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Originally Posted by walkingcarpet
Atheists throw red paint on sistine chapel ceiling

Could easily do a chop, make a nice story out of it. Believable too.

Throwing paint 65 feet into the air?
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Old 12-05-2004, 11:56 PM Exhibit is offline  
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A new government study has revealed that 3 in 5 children under 13 receive anywhere from ten to fifty pieces of pornographic email per month, and that eleven percent of all porn-related 'spam' messages are sent to underage youth. Authorites warn that parents should not allow children that young access to email, for their own protection.

An anonomous marketing representative of PMO productions, an adult video company said, "The fact is, the porn industry is determined to addict children to pornography while they are still under the legal age of adulthood, similar to the tobacco company's campaigns in the 70's and 80's."

Companies that provide E-mail services such as MSN, AOL, and Yahoo!, as well as local internet providers with similar services such as Verizon and Comcast all know of these tactics, yet have done little to alleviate the amount of underage childeren exposed to pornography.

In fact, AOL, dispite their recent ads showing parents relieved that AOL protects their children better than ever, a recent study showed that adult websites pay AOL tens of thousands of dollars per year to allow various messages through to users of all ages.

However, some parents have decided to take things a step farthur than the government's warning to keep children under thirteen away from e-mail.

"I couldn't believe it when I found my son's inbox had messages like one from "Charmaine Benitez". It's subject was "Would you send me a thank you card? " but inside were pictures and links to pornography." said Annette Bryson from Boulder, Colorado. "This kind of behavior is inexcusable even for large corporations, and to that end I have formed PAUPE - Parents Against Underage Pornography Exposure."

More information on PAUPE can be found at <fake mailing adress> or <website>.


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ok - so for this one to be done, someone needs to make a BS website. We could remove the mailing address, but yeah.

Who's good at web design who would wanna make MAVV 2.0

best idea so far
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Old 12-05-2004, 11:59 PM Ender17 is offline  
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Throwing paint 65 feet into the air?

Anyone crazy enogh to do that wouldn't just throw it up, I just used the verb throw in the sense of "introduced red paint onto object". They could use a propulsion method, be creative.
Old 12-06-2004, 12:12 AM walkingcarpet is offline  
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lol this is bad ass
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Old 12-06-2004, 12:14 AM camelmix is offline  
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best idea so far
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all credit to g for the original idea. I just wrote it up ^_^.

someone needs to create a website now :-D
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Old 12-06-2004, 12:16 AM snow_bored is offline  
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Internet chat services – The basis for most teenage depression

British researchers have reported that teenagers using internet chat services such as MSN Messenger and AOL instant messenger are at a higher risk of developing severe depression. American reports show that two out of three teens are logging into onto one of the internets every day to access these free services. Alan Buald has been teaching psychology at the University of Oxford for 14 years. Alan and his team of researchers have found that instant messaging services are often overlooked when diagnosing depression. The study shows that more and more teens are hiding in their bedrooms, chatting with instant messages rather than interacting face to face. Buald and his colleagues would like to warn the public of the dangers of instant messaging. Of the depressed teens surveyed almost 90% had masturbated at least 6 times a day over the course of the past 6 months. Alan attributes this increase in personal pleasure to the boredom that these teens experience while hiding behind the computer screens. Many of these teens said that pornography is one of the few things that helps ease their troubles. Unfortunately adult material is so readily available on the internets these days, Mr. Buald is very concerned that many other teens are falling into the internets’ addictive traps. Parents should make conscious efforts to monitor their children’s internet chatting habits and restrict them if needed.


meh, i started writing and then realized i didn't know where i was going with it.. but i'll post it anyways so someone can re-write it
dude... one problem...
THIS SHIT IS TRUE
seriously, it's true
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Old 12-06-2004, 12:20 AM The Count is offline  
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dude... one problem...
THIS SHIT IS TRUE
seriously, it's true
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Old 12-06-2004, 12:23 AM ScArE2100 is offline  
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Damn I can't wait to see some of this shit, great idea.
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Old 12-06-2004, 12:26 AM Slacker is offline  
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Brilliant idea, great work so far people.

Some small errors and suggestions for the first sample:

- The words "behavioral", "deficit", "initially" and "surroundings" are misspelled

- there should be a comma after "not computer use" in the second paragraph. That's a lot of commas, maybe a long dash instead of a comma after "negligible risk elevation" would look better.

- "These devices have conclusively shown to be not safe" should really be "These devices have been conclusively shown to be unsafe" or maybe "These devices have been conclusively found unsafe" or maybe reworked a bit more. Gotta be "have been (something) shown" though, you can't leave out the "been" in that construction



Just trying to help, maybe I'll have some actual content tomorrow.
Old 12-06-2004, 12:40 AM HeatMiser is offline  
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Brilliant idea, great work so far people.

Some small errors and suggestions for the first sample:

- The words "behavioral", "deficit", "initially" and "surroundings" are misspelled

- there should be a comma after "not computer use" in the second paragraph. That's a lot of commas, maybe a long dash instead of a comma after "negligible risk elevation" would look better.

- "These devices have conclusively shown to be not safe" should really be "These devices have been conclusively shown to be unsafe" or maybe "These devices have been conclusively found unsafe" or maybe reworked a bit more. Gotta be "have been (something) shown" though, you can't leave out the "been" in that construction



Just trying to help, maybe I'll have some actual content tomorrow.
i personally feel this story isn't , and my doctor actually agrees ()
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ASHLEE SIMPSON > ALL YUO FGTS
Old 12-06-2004, 12:43 AM The Count is offline  
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Moar checking, now that I see there is a second example up.

misspelled: synthesis, occurrence, catalyst

The word "the" is repeated toward the end of the first paragraph.



Again, for the great stuff. And maybe somebody was going to look these over again anyway, but I thought I'd jump on it after a couple typos lept out at me.
Old 12-06-2004, 12:47 AM HeatMiser is offline  
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Early reports from scientists returning from an expedition to the Tassili n'Ajjer mountains in Algeria suggest that a painting in a cave allegedly depicts Earth as it would be viewed from space. The Tassili n'Ajjer range, which consists of primarily heavily-eroded sandstone, contains many deep and complex cave systems which scientists are only just now beginning to explore in full. While simple paintings and markings on the interior of caves have previously been discovered, the painting which scientists have recently stumbled upon is far more advanced. Using only shades of black, thought to be created with manganese dioxide, and white from kaolin, a primitive society living four thousand years ago somehow sketched the startlingly accurate image of the earth suspended in space, complete with white speckles that Scientists presume to be stars and even islands and continents that, from Algeria, they should have no knowledge of. Researchers were immediately suspicious of fraud, yet numerous tests, ranging from standard carbon-14 dating testing to advanced x-ray and DNA analysis of the paint materials, lead the scientists involved in the study to unanimously agree that the painting is genuine. An announcement is expected to be made in an upcoming edition of a prominent scientific journal, yet UFO enthusiasts are already hailing the discovery as proof that mankind once soared above our planet with extraterrestrial help. Others see it as an elaborate but inexplicably created hoax or as a sign that celestial forces, such as God or spirits, bestowed knowledge upon mankind in earlier times.


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this one took a LOT of research
Old 12-06-2004, 01:29 AM synaesthesia is offline  
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Keep this bumped. I'd like some more constructive critsizm
Old 12-06-2004, 01:44 AM TheJesus is offline  
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Repost from a "front page" creation i cooked up:

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"Scientists discover direct link between internet discussion boards and homoerotic tendencies"
REUTERS (EU) – Dr. Beemah Sterbatin

Earlier this week at the Heileg Centre for Psychiatric Study, a small group of scientists have come to a shocking conclusion. Their claim, now corroborated by other international institutions, is that increased occurrences homoerotic fantasies and personal characteristics can be attributed to rise of internet communications – primarily those communications in the form of online discussion boards.

Although these discussion boards offer a wide range of intended topics – from Home Decorating (Link: http://ths.gardenweb.com/forums/decor/), to Personal Fitness and Leisure (Link: http://www.bcrpa.bc.ca/forum/), to Off Topic forums (Link: www.offtopic.com) where, literally, anything goes – they all offer one thing in common: anonymity. Users can often post anonymously, but even when a sign-up is required it can be had with a mere email address, which can be just as anonymous. “The point is,” Sterbatin offers, “users can safely speak their mind, and no one knows who they are.”

The implications of the anonymity are what is truly astounding. The group claims that there is a significant portion of the global population with suppressed homoerotic tendencies. These discussion boards allow people to speak their minds, openly and freely. Various homoerotic websites are references frequently, including the now defunct www.goatse.cx, and users get a taste of the graphic version of their inner selves. Despite the fact that “flaming” may be frequent in certain situation, homosexuality certainly being no exception, the simple act of letting the words come out is enough for most people. “It just start to flow, and they catch on thinking: ‘Hey… it really is ok to be gay!’” said Sterbatin, holding back a faint smile.

“The evolution of the [internal] psyche begins, and the person starts to accept themselves and their feelings, and eventually will be ready to express those sorts of though outside of the walls of the internet.” Subjects, both male and female, studied over long periods of time eventually started to post pictures of themselves and ‘companions’ playing out their own individual fantasies. Sterbatin leaves us with a final message, “It was truly an amazing development we saw in our subjects – I couldn’t have asked for better results. I can only hope that the world become more involved, anonymously at first, for better general acceptance of those who like to drive the Hershey Highway.”

November 28th, 2004


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Old 12-06-2004, 02:19 AM TheRequiem is offline  
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^ the link should point to SA or something, if it leads back to us that'd kill the whole scheme
otherwise, very good
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