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Sunday, September 02, 2012

"We're stunningly vaginally ill-informed."



From the Independent:


Before Western religion introduced the pesky concept of shame, female genitalia were venerated in ancient mythology. Egyptian and Japanese goddesses would lift their skirts and give a flash of their privates to increase crop yields and ward off evil. There is a 17th-century drinking mug, referenced in The Story of V, which shows Satan being poleaxed by the sight of a vagina. ("Take that, devil!") The Munduruku tribe of Brazil's Amazon basin call it "the crocodile's mouth". And the early Christian theologian Tertullian wrote, circa 200AD, "Woman is the gate to hell and her gaping genitals the yawning mouth of hell." ("You're welcome!")
In the most olden of olden days, in prehistoric times before men's role in procreation was understood, it was women's genitalia – not men's – that were celebrated as symbols of fertility. This continued into the medieval ages with Sheela Na Gigs, figurative carvings of naked women displaying an exaggerated vulva pulled open. (Hooray! A mention of the vulva!) These are thought to have originated in France and Spain in the 11th century and can be found in medieval churches across Britain and Ireland.
The midwifery guru Ina May Gaskin, author of several bestselling home-birth bibles and recognised as the world's leading authority on natural childbirth, is obsessed with the figure of the Sheela Na Gig, which for centuries would have been the only context you would have seen a vagina depicted. Gaskin has written about how contemporary society's horror at the vagina – and the taboo of depicting one anywhere except in pornography – has contributed to women's fear of labour and the increasing medicalisation of childbirth.
"My idea is that this figure [the naked Sheela Na Gig] was probably meant to reassure young women about the capabilities of their bodies in birth. As you can see," she writes in Ina May's Guide to Childbirth, "the vulva of the crouching figure is open enough to accommodate her own head. Such a sight is quite encouraging to a woman in labour. I'd like to see a large rendition of a Sheela Na Gig as part of the d├ęcor of birth rooms in maternity units."
In fact, many of the carvings were destroyed as "obscene" by church leaders in the 19th century and most people have no idea what these strangely informative little gargoyle figures look like. Dozens still exist, though. There's one at Haddon Hall in Bakewell, Derbyshire; in the Castle Museum in Colchester; and one which was discovered near St Ives Priory, but has recently disappeared. If you wanted to track down your nearest medieval vulva, there's a UK map of them at sheelanagig.org. Naomi Wolf is probably perusing it right now.
Even through the 20th century, the vagina did not have a very high profile. In fact, things got worse. The American feminist Gloria Steinem tried to point out that it didn't matter what you had, it mattered who you were as a person: "There are really not many jobs that actually require a penis or a vagina, and all other occupations should be open to everyone." But elsewhere it was too late and the vagina was on its way to becoming an insult (and not just the usual four-lettered version, which feminists, including Greer, have also tried to champion). This quote comes from South Park: "Stan and Kyle are uncaring vagina-faces."
But times change. As Miranda once said in Sex and the City, "What's the big mystery? It's my vagina. Not the sphinx." Next year marks the 40th anniversary of the "Vaginal Revolution" Germaine Greer wrote about in 1973: "A woman's pleasure is not dependent on the presence of a penis in the vagina. Neither is a man's." And apart from Wolf's book there are already other signs that the vagina is undergoing some of a rebranding. Hopefully not as painful as it sounds.
Among both artists and activists, the vagina has become a source of inspiration. There is a vogue among young furniture designers to make prototypes of "vagina chairs", which enfold you when you sit in them. Several of the designs are like beautiful flowers. Others are like Venus Flytraps. In the US there is a vogue for subversive crochet as part of the "Knit Your Congressman a Vagina" campaign. Yes, this really exists. "To protest the attacks on women's health by the Republican Congress."
In response to healthcare cuts in Texas, the "Snatchel Project" is "encouraging craftswomen to send their congressmen knitted and crocheted bags, pouches and decorations in the shape of their favourite lady parts". One supporter writes: "Nothing scares a gynophobic congressman like when they open a box and discover what they think is a constituent's lovely hand-knit hat or scarf, only to pick it up and realise they've touched their hands upon the filthy, evil uterus they've been fighting so hard to destroy." Participants are urged to include the message: "Hands off my v-jj. Here's your own."
Meanwhile, hip bakeries in London and New York have taken to making cupcakes and macaroons depicting the vulva and its adornments. Dawn French almost choked with laughter when she was presented with an anatomically correct sponge on the BBC's The One Show. The people behind The Pocket Book of Vagina Cakes ("2013 calendar available now!") were the caterers at the Kerrang! Awards. This all feels like the modern, more- graphic equivalent of the vulval cakes carried at the Ancient Greek fertility festival Blackledge mentions in The Story of V. Delicious!
There is a sense everywhere that young women are sick of not being allowed to talk about their vaginas or of the word somehow being taboo. There was a social-media outcry when it was revealed that the word "vagina" had been banned from a Kotex tampon advert in the US. (The ad was still rejected by two TV networks when the advert was re-shot using the expression "down there".) On the stand-up circuit you hear young women comics gleefully use terms such as "gash" and "love burger" like they're reclaiming them.
The events at the Michigan House of Representatives already represent some kind of turning point. Lisa Brown concluded her speech with the words, "Mr Speaker, I'm flattered that you're all so interested in my vagina, but 'no' means 'no'." She later said, "If I can't say the word vagina, why are we legislating [on] vaginas? What language should I use?" One of her Republican colleagues explained, "What she said was offensive. It was so offensive that I don't want to say it in front of women." Indeed. God forbid they find out they have a vagina!
The whole business is shaping up into a war of words in the US in which radio host Rush Limbaugh sent back the salvo that "women vote with their vaginas". And it was Limbaugh who recently agreed with a television sitcom writer who complained at a conference that: "We're approaching peak vagina on television."
The issue is increasingly political in the US where the Democrats are pushing the idea that the Republicans are waging a "war on women" by blocking proposals protecting women from domestic violence, cutting funding to preventative health schemes involving issues which disproportionately affect women (such as osteoporosis and arthritis) and by promoting anti-abortion measures. Online activists have resorted to the tactics of the Tom Jones fan club by setting up a "panty raid on Congress": "Send a pair of panties to [Republican and Speaker of the House of Representatives John] Boehner and other members of Congress who are waging war on women." Hard to know which is worse. Or better, depending on your point of view: a G-string in the post? Or a crocheted clitoris?
In the UK, our stunts are no less cunning. Jamie McCartney's Great Wall of Vagina is a uniquely British project and the only artwork of its kind in the world, featuring women of all ages, shapes and sizes (and possessing various terrifying piercings). Last year Harley Street saw the arrival of the Muff March, a campaign against "designer vagina" surgery, aimed at celebrating la femme au naturel. Consultant gynaecologist Dr Sarah Creighton has since reported girls as young as 11 asking for surgery. Last month, the medical research charity the Wellcome Trust released a documentary on labiaplasty (surgical reduction of the labia) and how it had affected the lives of three women, one of whom reported having dreams that her labia had turned into a scarf and were strangling her. Last year more than 2,000 labiaplasties were carried out on the NHS and in the past five years there has been a fivefold increase.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons is now calling for mandatory psychological screening ahead of cosmetic surgery. A recent report found that psychological checks were carried out in fewer than 35 per cent of clinics. Many doctors blame the rise in demand for labiaplasty on the trend for extreme pubic grooming in the shape of vajazzling and Brazilians. One beautician told me recently that she is regularly asked to vajazzle women's partner's initials on to the freshly waxed area. Maybe this makes people happy. It does not seem a particularly friendly thing to do your poor pudenda.
Good luck, then, to Naomi – and to vaginas everywhere, whether or not they bear a husband's initials in sparkling Swarovski crystals. For now Wolf is defending her decision to put her Vagina in the world's face: "In social settings when I say the title, there's always a bit of a double-take. Usually positive, but sometimes a bit alarmed. You could write this book with all kinds of other titles. But there is something important to me about just reclaiming that word." As the actress Loretta Swit, best known for her role as Major "Hot Lips" Houlihan in M*A*S*H, once put it: "It's time for us to grow up and discover our vaginas." For some, it's already too much. Which can only be a good sign. Shock DJ Limbaugh again: "It's vagina all the time. We get it! OK, women, let us alone." You wish it was vagina all the time, Rush. You wish.
'Vagina: A New Biography' by Naomi Wolf, published by Virago, priced £12.99, is out tomorrow

58 comments:

  1. .

    An interesting post but I'm not sure where we take it from here given the makeup of the regulars.

    The Michigan legislature is an embarassment; however, cosmetic lapiaplasty in the absence of deformity? It seems the madness runs both ways. (But heck, what do I know. I'm not into tats or body piecings either.)

    Perhaps, we will need to wait for Sam, our resident metrosexual, to give us the skinny on body sculpting and expand our knowledge beyond the basics.

    Of course, there is a good chance Melody will show up and give us her perspective from the distaff side. Trish is off getting her shit together and who knows where T went. Max, other than a disgruntled "Don't be telling me what to do." probably wouldn't offer us much guidance.

    I'm sure Bob will offer up some mythological, Earth Mother imagery that we have all heard a dozen times before. Campbell probably has a lot to say about vaginas.

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      "...body piercings..."



      And don't anyone suggest it was a Freudian slip.


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    2. Campbell probably has a lot to say about vaginas.

      Not really, twat-o.

      Too far down the kundalini, only one chakra up from numero uno, where you hang out, when you are not squatting on my Detroit lot. Too far from that point where the sound is first heard of no two things clashing together: the beginning of the spiritual life, which he was trying to stir in his readers.

      ....

      Obamateurism of the Week



      Calls Special Ops commander Admiral McRaven a general 2.73% (64 votes)

      Uses his own picture in Neil Armstrong tribute 39.53% (927 votes)

      Next tough, hard-hitting interview: Glamour Magazine 2.73% (64 votes)

      Rips Romney for telling college students to shop around after giving same advice for mortgage seekers 1.28% (30 votes)

      Sends form letters to families of SEALs KIA, personal letter to family of rapper Heavy D 53.73% (1,260 votes)


      Total Votes: 2,345


      You too can vote at Hot Air.

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      The last point on Obamateurism is telling.

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      I have to agree with your recent post, Bob.

      Deuce is coming up with some pretty good streams lately. A little change of pace now and then only helps.

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  2. Down here in Redneck-land we have always been very "Pro-vagina."

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    1. of course, we tend to live the biggest part of our lives, confused, and in poverty, also. :)

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    2. Not implying any of dat "Post Hoc'ed" stuff, you understand.

      :)

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  3. First Pussy Riot and now vaginal awareness, what is the EB coming to?

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    My favorite of the new singers, Ed Sheeran.

    The Boys at the EB


    He released his debut album last year. Pretty good.

    Too Cold for Angels to Fly

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  6. Vaginal awareness? Sheesh. I wasn't going to mention it because of the propers, but what the hell, I found, after I acquired Souls that 3Q was running a 'select, members only' division out of the garage and basement, named Souls and Sex on Ice and Quiet About It, and I can tell you, my friends, this deal was Deeetroit sleezy, the reel deel. Only division of the company to turn a profit, it was Amsterdam, man. Anything you want, and more. There were no restrictions. If he'd a got caught on this one, he's a done hard time, and been dead by now, done in by the muzzie prison population, not to mention the bangers. I shudder when I think of some of the details, so I best not go any further, but, even you would be shocked, shocked, I tell ya.

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  7. In the previous thread gag mentioned the importance of relevance , as it relates to "winning" elections.

    By his method of thinking, voters for Mr Romney are irrelevant in California and New York. Mr Obama's supporters are just as irrelevant in Texas and Alabama.

    The ONLY relevant voters would be those that are in Florida, Ohio and Colorado.

    If one is going to cast an irrelevant vote, it may as well be for a candidate whose positions on policies the voter supports.

    Otherwise the vote is worse than irrelevant, it sends a message of support that is a false flag.

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    1. Oh I will, gag.

      And telling anyone else that does not want to be a pawn in the Federal Socialist gamesmanship that has been foisted upon US.

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  9. Reported at FOX News this morning, Gary Johnson is polling at 10% in Colorado.

    Hard to find any other reference to this number, though there are a few links to stories that he is polling at 7% in Colorado.

    This from a June story

    According to recent polls from PPP, a Democratic firm, Johnson draws 7 percent in Colorado and 9 percent in Arizona. In May, a poll done for the Democratic group Patriot Majority had Johnson at 12 percent in his home state of New Mexico.

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  10. Michael Krieger, Liberty Blitzkreig

    I haven’t endorsed anyone for President yet, but the guy that catches my eye more than any other at the moment is Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson.

    While people will say a vote for Gary Johnson is a “wasted vote” or a “vote for Obama,” neither of these claims are accurate.

    First of all, a “wasted vote” is to play the system’s rigged game and vote for the “lesser of two evils” between two awful candidates that fundamentally disagree with me on every single issue of importance.

    To the second point, there is a lot of evidence that suggests Johnson pulls from both parties, and in fact mostly from Independent voters (who probably wouldn’t vote anyway), with him pulling more away from Obama in my home state of Colorado where he is polling at 7% as of late!

    I don’t like labels and I prefer not to attach myself to any. While I agree more with the Libertarian platform than the other options, no political philosophy is perfect. The point is that the Democrats and Republicans are two big party elite shams that pit the populace purposely against one another on emotional social issues so as to never debate what really matters.

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      This is of course true.

      Why is it all we hear from the GOP and Dems with regard to what is relevant, jobs, the economy, is all couched in generalities? Why do they offer no specifics? The answer is also obvious. Because they don't have to. They are the only game in town and the game is rigged.
      The process has devolved into an unpopularity contest. I despise that candidate so I will vote for this one even though it is against my own self-interest if he happens to win. It's the only sane thing to do. Why vote for someone who hasn't a chance of winning?

      And so the dance goes on.

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  11. Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson polling at 8% in Montana. The new number reinforces the perception that Johnson’s candidacy will have legs throughout the western states.

    The poll asked: “If the candidates for President this fall were Democrat Barack Obama, Republican Mitt Romney, and Libertarian Gary Johnson, who would you vote for?”

    Mitt Romney…………………………….. 43%
    Barack Obama…………………………… 41%
    Gary Johnson ………………………….. 8%
    Undecided…………………………….. 7%

    When the data is broken down further, Johnson appears to be capturing 4% of Democrats and 5% of Republicans. Among self-described independents, Johnson surges to 15%.

    The former New Mexico governor is also polling at 13% among voters under the age of 30.

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  12. The fact that Crockett, Jim Bowie and Colonel Travis knew they were going to lose the Alamo made their stand there irrelevant, aye?

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  13. John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry, another historical irrelevancy?

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  14. The Battle of Bunker Hill, where the rebel insurgents of Boston lost to the British regulars, another irrelevant historical event.

    Wining is everything, if one desires to be relevant in modern society.

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    1. Not only is winning all that counts in our modern society, it must be immediate.

      No losing today, building towards a victory in the future.

      No, even if your beliefs are not represented, being on todays "winning" side is all that matter in the modern whirled.

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  15. Colorado is particularly interesting. Legalization of Marijuana is on the ballot, there, and the pro-maryjane crowd claims Gary Johnson (who is very pro-mj) will cost Obama the state.

    That, actually, sounds very reasonable, considering that it's unlikely that many pro-mj voters would otherwise vote Republican.

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    1. The same initiative is on the ballot in Wa, and Oregon, I believe.

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    2. (Nate?) Silver at 538 Blog called the Romney convention bounce at a little less than 4, and that's looking pretty close right now.

      He figures that with the conventions so close together, Obama will be held to about a two point bounce.

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  16. That would keep them "even" in the national polls.

    To bad it is not a national election.
    No, it is fifty State elections.

    Fifty elections, with all the tabulations done on the same day, though the voting period is not identical in each State.

    Rasmussen Reports ...

    Electoral College
    Obama: 247 - Romney: 196 - Toss-up: 95

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  17. Just saw 2012.

    Vote For Obama!

    George Obama.

    Who proclaimed from the plush luxury of his 8' by 8' tin hut in Nairobi, what this country (Kenya) needs is another 400 years of white colonialism.

    This socialism stuff doesn't work. Mentioned South Korea. And look at us, he says.

    Look at what South Africa is becoming, he says.

    There's more good sense in the head of George Obama than in that of three or four posters taken together here that I could name, but won't.

    George Obama/Habu 2012 -the dream ticket.

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    1. Yep, Socialist Massachusetts is almost unbearable, I understand.

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  18. Just saw 2012.


    George Obama interview in 2012 --

    Just saw 2012.

    Vote For Obama!

    George Obama.

    Who proclaimed from the plush luxury of his 8' by 8' tin hut in Nairobi, what this country (Kenya) needs is more of white colonialism.

    This socialism stuff doesn't work. Mentioned South Korea. And look at us, he says.

    Look at what South Africa is becoming, he says.

    There's more good sense in the head of George Obama than in that of three or four posters taken together here that I could name, but won't.

    George Obama/Habu 2012 -the dream ticket.


    George Obama interview from 2012 -

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-DHh5gm0Zw

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    1. That's what I was going to mention, then thought I might be speaking out of turn.

      Where do you off calling SAM a metrosexual? The guys kills crocs with a knife, boxes with kangaroos, floats the Frazer on a kayak, and you.....project????

      jeez

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      Bob, go back to reading your Playgirl Magazines you little pansy.

      :)

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      That's what I was going to mention, then thought I might be speaking out of turn.

      When has that ever stopped you?

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  20. Australia's central bank policy makers are grappling with a new economic challenge for the resource-rich country: plummeting commodity prices.

    The decline in the value of a ton of iron ore to levels last seen in October 2009 has caught the attention of the Reserve Bank of Australia, or RBA, but it's still unlikely to prompt the bank into unexpectedly cutting rates at its meeting on Tuesday. But the effect that an unchecked slide in export revenue could have on the Australian economy will become a more important factor in the board's thinking in the months ahead.

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  21. Hours after Milan's former Archbishop, Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, died on Friday at the age of 85, the leading daily paper Corriere della Sera printed his final interview, in which he attacks the Church – and by implication its current leadership – for being "200 years out of date".

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    Robert Mickens, the Rome correspondent of The Tablet, called for Cardinal Martini's deathbed comments to be taken very seriously.

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    Mr Mickens said that although Cardinal Martini's ideas had "zero support" in the Vatican, he was revered by rank and file members. "The people in the trenches looked up to him.

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  22. The case against a Pakistani Christian girl potentially facing a death sentence for allegedly burning sacred Islamic texts has been thrown into doubt after her local mullah was arrested on accusations of tampering with evidence in order to frame her.

    Hafiz Mohammed Khalid Chishti appeared in court on Sunday after witnesses claimed to have seen him adding pages of the Qur'an to a bag of ashes Rimsha Masih had been carrying away for disposal last month in order to strengthen the case against her.

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  23. A few years ago, a leading Democratic thinker said, "The only way my life makes sense is if regardless of culture, race, religion, tribe, there is this commonality, these essential human truths and passions and hope and moral precepts that we can reach out beyond our differences. If that is not the case, then it is pretty hard for me to make sense of my life.

    So that is the core of who I am." That was Barack Obama, of course, in an interview with the author David Maraniss, reminiscing about his own struggle for identity, expressing the American Dream as purely as it can be done.

    Obama's election as President, in itself, moved us down the road toward the fruition of that dream. But there is another step to be taken now, and that is for him to lead his party past the politics of identity into a new era of American unity.

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  24. As we Silver Surfers know, sometimes we have trouble with our computers. I had a problem yesterday, so I called Eric, the 11 year old next door, whose bedroom looks like Mission Control and asked him to come over.
    Eric clicked a couple of buttons and solved the problem.
    As he was walking away, I called after him, 'So, what was wrong ?
    He replied, 'It was an ID ten T error.'

    I didn't want to appear stupid, but nonetheless enquired,


    'An, ID ten T error ? What's that? In case I need to fix it again.'


    Eric grinned .... 'Haven't you ever heard of an ID ten T error before ?


    'No,' I replied.


    'Write it down,' he said, 'and I think you'll figure it out.' ?
    So I wrote down:


    ID10T


    I used to like Eric, the little bastard.

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      Speaking of which, given the stream Deuce put up today, I'm wondering why Ash hasn't showed up to bemoan the discrimination the distaff suffers in the US.

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      Distaff side? Women, chicks, the ladies,...

      I'll have to lay off using Old English. Sorry.

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    2. Ash is worried about his putter, which has a dog leg left.

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    3. And that's Middle English, pardner, or my middle name isn't Falstaff.

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      Man convicted of sex with dead deer charged with assault of police officer at Walmart

      Duluth News Tribune says: "Bryan James Hathaway aka Bob Petersen, current address unknown, was arraigned Wednesday in St. Louis County District Court in Duluth charged with four crimes - including assaulting a police officer - during an incident at the Hermantown Walmart on Monday night. ... [Previously] Hathaway received a probationary sentence and was ordered to undergo psychological treatment after he was convicted of having sex with a dead deer that he found while biking along Stinson Avenue in Superior, Wis., on Oct. 11, 2006." At the time the man in question was on a road trip with his buddy Dale in a beat up old Mustang with no back window.

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      Man sets his house ablaze while killing spiders with a blowtorch

      Chico Enterprise-Record says: "Eiliya Maida used a propane blowtorch to clear cobwebs in the backyard ... before dry plants ignited and started an attic fire, said George Basbous, Maida's brother-in-law. While Maida went into the front yard unaware, Basbous noticed smoke rising from the top of the house. 'And that's when I went crazy,' Basbous said."

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      And that's Middle English, pardner, or my middle name isn't Falstaff.

      You're not entirely wrong but you apparently lack the knowledge to provide the words complete etymology, Middle English distaf, Old English distaef. Pretty good. Just no cigar.

      Keep trying.

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    Interesting.

    Joe Biden's secret service team showed up in Detroit today ahead of the Veep's visit tomorrow. They parked the U-Haul containing all their equipment down by Cobo Hall and someone stole it.

    Raises a number of questions.

    1. What were the agents doing while their van was being stolen?

    2. A U-Haul van?

    3. Where do these guys think they are? Idaho?

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    1. That van is now in Idaho.

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  27. The guys told me all the van contained was a set of wigs, a joke book, two pair of alligator elevator shoes, and a case of Scotch. They keep the Scotch, paid for by a government credit card, according to the receipt, and land filled the rest. Said the trip really wasn't worth it. The van not being 4-wheel drive, they dropped that off at a local U-Haul.

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  28. "Korea's manufacturing sector remains weak, even if conditions aren't deteriorating as sharply as before. Demand from home and abroad continues to contract, prompting local firms to reduce output further," HSBC economist Ronald Man said in a report.

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    Mr. Man said he expects the Bank of Korea to deliver one more quarter-percentage-point rate cut this month after a similar cut in July.

    Korea's Consumer Price Index rose 1.2% on year in August, the slowest pace since May 2000, Statistics Korea said. The August reading was also slower than a 1.5% rise in July and a 1.35% increase forecast for August by a Dow Jones Newswires poll.

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  29. Ok, I got tired of looking at that fucked up comment of mine. As for vaginas, about the only thing I know about 'em is they look bad but feel good.

    It is entirely possible that I watch too much porn.

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      Hell, Sam, that's the only thing any guy knows about them.

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  30. New Zealand chicks are fucking ugly.

    They wonder why they only get fucked doggy style. They'll figure it out one day.

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  31. Hey some good news on the terror front they are beginning to eat themselves----

    September 2, 2012
    When Evil Collides With Itself
    Jeff Treesh

    Sometimes in the fog of war things happen that you least expect. President Obama dithers on what to do about Syria and the civil war enveloping it, a new front is emerging, one that is threatening to pull in its neighbor Lebanon. Everyone's favorite terrorists, Al-Qaida recently published a harsh attack on Hezbollah, in which it calls on Shi'ites to renounce the organization "if they do not wish to be the target of Al-Qaida attacks." From Haaretz:

    In a recording broadcasted on Al-Qaida websites, the commander of the Abdullah Azzam Shaheed Brigade in Syria, Majd al-Majd, stated that "the claim that of the Shiite leaders that Israel and the United States are responsible for the murder of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Al-Hariri and for sparking the rebellion in Syria are baseless. The ones behind the murder were the leaders of Hezbollah, the keepers of the border with Israel."

    l-Majd tells the Lebanese Shi'ites that "sending your sons from Lebanon so that they fight on the side of the criminal regime in Syria, kill our sons and frighten our wives, is considered support for the oppressor against the oppressed, and fully participating in a crime...Hassan Nasarallah's characterization of the members of the regime who were killed as martyrs is an insult to millions of Muslims."

    Al-Qaida is a Sunni organization, and its leaders see Hezbollah's rule in Lebanon and the minority Alawite rule in Syria as a reality that must be forever changed. Al-Majd does not hesitate to threaten all of Lebanon, should Hezbollah continue to support the Assad regime. "Hezbollah's existence is a threat to Lebanon's security and tourism industry," he said, hinting that his organization would not think twice before planning an attack on tourists in Lebanon, should the state continue to strengthen Hezbollah and its leaders.

    With the UN deadlocked by Russia and China, Obama asleep at the wheel of his campaign bus, Turkey spewing hot but empty rhetoric , and fighters and weapons pouring in from Iraq, Yemen, Saudi Arabia and elsewhere, this is going to be really messy..

    That's not even including the Mullahs little science project.

    Jeff Treesh is IranAware.com

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  32. Good long look back at the Lewis and Clark Expedition -

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/09/looking_back_at_lewis_and_clark.html

    Thankfully free of politics, but lots of info. Only one prominent vagina, Sacajawea, well formed.

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