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Binro the Heretic

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A Message for the Anti-Vaccine Movement
02/28/15, 12:39

That was maybe a bit of hyperbole on RoUS' part, but I definitely remember seeing old promo material where they let kids frolic in DDT spray to show how safe it was for humans.

And then the book "Silent Spring" came out showing what disastrous consequences DDT had on the environment and birds in particular. It's use was banned in the US, but it was still legal to manufacture here and it was shipped overseas to Asia and Africa where it continued to curb the mosquito population and help keep malaria in check, at least for a while. More mosquitoes developed immunity to DDT and cheaper, more effective alternatives replaced it along with other measures to control mosquitoes.

Remember that the next time some right-wing asshole blathers on about how "outlawing DDT led to millions of deaths from malaria" because a lot of them still believe that bullshit and trot it out every time an environmentalist proves how bad pesticides are for everyone.
Condoleezza Rice with Excalibur, King Arthur's sword, at long last!
02/28/15, 09:35

When we got our first VCR, I begged my parents to rent "Excalibur."

When Percival threw Excalibur back to the Lady of the Lake, my mom asked, "Isn't he going to clean the blood off first?"

Probably one the top ten most "mom" things mom ever said.
A Message for the Anti-Vaccine Movement
02/28/15, 09:29

Monsanto seems like it would be way more vulnerable to a lawsuit, though.

Merck, after all, has decades of science saying vaccines aren't harmful. Any lawsuit brought against them would be dismissed.

Monsanto, on the other hand, is producing chemicals that are known to be toxic and dangerous to people. Sure, they can say "Our scientists can show they're not that dangerous in small amounts." but they probably don't test them as extensively as they should.

Big companies have a long sad history of not wanting to know if their products are harmful and not scrutinizing them as closely as they should then trying to cover it up when someone does take a closer look.
Shower Thoughts with Cookie Monster
02/28/15, 08:09

Yeah, that one and the "sliced bread" thing.
A Message for the Anti-Vaccine Movement
02/27/15, 20:16

Hey, did you know there's strong evidence of a link to pesticide exposure and autism?

You didn't? I wonder why that is?

You'd think with the way the media ran with that bullshit report about vaccinations causing autism, they wouldn't hesitate to report that women exposed to higher levels of pesticides while pregnant were two-thirds more likely to have an autistic child.

It's almost as if they're worried people might start suing Monsanto or something.
A scene from Invasion Of the Body Snatchers (1978) feat. Leonard Nimoy
02/27/15, 14:20

This movie was great for so many reasons, Nimoy not the least among them.
R.I.P. Leonard Nimoy
02/27/15, 14:14

What's left to say besides thank you and farewell.
Jerk Headcrab
02/26/15, 15:11

"...My phone charger was still in there."
Horses, Peacefully Farting and Snoring
02/25/15, 20:54

I grew up in farm country. Horses can sort of doze standing up. It's like a catnap, I suppose, or maybe akin to meditation. They can relax most everything except whatever mechanisms keep them from falling over. I guess it's a leftover instinct from their ancestors' days as herd animals in the wild.

But horses AND cows will lie down if they want a really good deep sleep. (cow-tipping is a myth, by the way) Again, it seems to be related to herd instincts. If you have a big group, individuals take turns sleeping in the middle of the group while the ones on the periphery continue to graze or whatever. That way, if anything unexpected happens, the noise of the awake & alert herd members will rouse the sleeping animals.
Game of Thrones Theme w/Cosplay - Theremin
02/25/15, 17:46

This made me smile.
Carrot
02/25/15, 17:40

Still tastes like a fucking carrot.
Horses, Peacefully Farting and Snoring
02/25/15, 03:30

Sounds like the living room after Thanksgiving dinner at grandma's.
Robin has a flashback.
02/24/15, 18:55

I'll bet the voice actors enjoy the Hell out of doing this.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Elected Judges
02/24/15, 08:05

Dill is like Tabasco Sauce in that it overwhelms anything you add it to.

So really, you're not adding dill flavor to a dish, you're adding a variety of textures to your dill.
Kangas Sound Editor demo
02/24/15, 07:43

AH! AGH! FUCK! I'M WEARING HEADPHONES!

Now I'm having a seizure. Great, just fucking great.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Elected Judges
02/24/15, 07:40

My tinfoil-hat theory is politicians have used a combination of legislation restricting voting rights and actively encouraging voter apathy to whittle down the voting pool to a few predictable crazies.

All they have to do is say "Brown people are lazy & scary! Abortions are bad! No more taxes! I LOVE JESUS!" and, bam, they've got the vote.

In few years, they'll just have to jingle car keys at them.
Cockatoo running on the floor yelling nonsense at everything
02/23/15, 19:30

In the 80s & 90s, we had a great used record shop here called "The Sound Box". I would go there practically every week.

The owner had a salmon-crested cockatoo, a caricature of whom appeared on the store's sign. The cockatoo would sit on a perch behind the counter, occasionally saying random stuff. Every now and then, it would hop off the perch and go outside where it had another perch by the door. It would sit there for about five minutes, like it was taking a break, then hop down and come back inside.

The guy sold the place in the late 90s. He and the bird packed up and moved to California.
Car de-icing via stereo
02/23/15, 19:21

Yeah, I was fine with it up until I saw that.
The Barry Sisters 'Chiribim Chiribom'
02/23/15, 19:18

Isn't that the same dress Lisa Marie wore in "Mars Attacks"?
Red Pandas playing in the snow
02/23/15, 14:05

CAVORT! CAVORT! CAVORT! CAPER! CAVORT!

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