Saturday, 29 December 2012

Tactical Bacon

Tactical Bacon, wtf?!

Well it's pretty straightforward... keeps for 10 years, tastes good and comes in a can. Fuck yeah! Tac Bac. Get er inta ya. Plus the video has

"Shotgun" Max Beavins (aka

Stephen McHattie)

from "A little bit Zombie"

also the Bacon Mascot that can shoot like Rambo, lmao! And folks this is a real and tasty product!

Also a real life hands on review at a gun show last year

Found it on ThinkGeek but shop around might be better deals out there.

Linky to "A little bit zombie" site

Wednesday, 26 December 2012

The Automatons Are Coming!!!


Mechanical object, either functional (such as a clock) or decorative (such as a miniature singing bird), that is self-operating. Devices set in motion by water, falling weights, and steam were in use in the 1st century. Decorative mechanical objects were made for ecclesiastical use and table ornaments in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Spectacular fountains and waterworks can be seen in 16th-century Italian gardens; elaborate mechanical devices (such as the chess-playing Turk) were popular in the 18th–19th century. Except for some works by Carl FabergĂ©, the production of expensive automatons virtually ceased by the 20th century.

I recently saw a video which I found slightly disturbing, yet fascinating.....

An almost lost artform, automatons are now seeing a resurgence. While some of it is creepy as hell, I am amazed at the craftsmanship that goes into them. I'll post a few links and videos so you can see for yourself.

Thursday, 20 December 2012

5 Petitions For Things Less Important To National Prosperity Than A Death Star

So much is less important, obviously. But these things especially.

Death Star
Death Star YouTube
The people have spoken. A White House petition to begin construction of a Death Star by 2016has reached the 25,000-signature threshold, meaning the White House now has to respond.
President Obama: We've entreated you to tackle some significant science and tech issues before, but now we really need your help. And, anyhow, look at all of these things that are way, WAY less important than the construction of a Death Star.
Texas wants to secede, for example.
First of all, Texas, cut it out. Second of all, go ahead and secede, and when we have a Death Star, surely you will reconsider your position.
A lot of other states, actually.
Secession Petitions
Secession Petitions:
Nationalizing the Twinkie industry has been proposed, too, and while that's clearly an endeavor worthy of presidential consideration, there is still no way that deserves the attention of a Death Star. Why are we bailing out the confection industry one-percenters when so many jobs would be created by the construction of a Death Star?
And Anna Wintour is being considered for the position of ambassador to somewhere, which more than 4,000 people apparently do not like. Not even close to Death Star worthiness.
Folks against mandatory vaccinations are also making a petition, but even they must agree that a Death Star is a great improvement to Homeland Security.
Mr. President: We recognize the naysayers who claim this project will cost 13,000 times the world's GDP, and find their lack of faith disturbing. We patiently await word on the government's progress.

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

U.S.S. Deathstar, American petition for a Death Star

Believe it or not there is an actual petition to the U.S. Government to build it's own Death Star ala Star Wars style.

Found the following article about it on the Huffington Post 

So for shits and giggles checked it out on CBC, apparently with over 25,000 signatories it (here is the petition) requires an official response! -EvS (pics and vid added by myself)

Online proposal passes 25,000 signatures, requiring official response

Posted: Dec 13, 2012 10:06 PM ET

Last Updated: Dec 13, 2012 11:30 PM ET

"An online petition on a White House website to secure resources and funding to build a Star Wars-like "Death Star" by 2016 has gathered 26,447 signatures and will spark a response from the Obama administration.
The government website We the People was created to allow people to petition the U.S. federal government to take action on a range of issues.
The authors of the petition began their quest on Nov. 14 and passed the goal of 25,000 signatures on Thursday. Any petition that surpasses the 25,000 mark will be reviewed by the White House staff and will receive an official response.
(video from RT News)
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“We the People helps the White House understand the views of the American people and have a focused and civil conversation with them,” explains the White House website.
The authors of the petition rationalized the strange request for a Death Star — a doomsday weapon capable of destroying planets, which featured in the film Star Wars — by stating that the benefits of such a craft would boost job numbers and aid in national defence.
“By focusing our defence resources into a space-superiority platform and weapon system such as a Death Star, the government can spur job creation in the fields of construction, engineering, space exploration, and more, and strengthen our national defence,” said the petition.
Each petition must cross two critical thresholds in order to be effective. First, it must meet a minimum number of signatures for it to be publicly listed and searchable, and second it must meet the 25,000-signature mark within a month in order to garner a White House response.
“From time to time President Obama may respond directly to petitions, but we expect most of responses to come from other administration officials,” says the website.
According to the website, anyone 13 years or older with an email can start a petition seeking federal government action.
Many other petitions on the website fall short of the 25,000 signatures.
A petition for Obama to approve the Keystone XL pipeline raised 1,674 signatures.
Medical marijuana petitions were dwarfed by the Death Star, as a petition to have the plant used for medical purposes in all 50 states received 4,345 signatures.
A proposal to investigate and publicly condemn organ harvesting from Falun Gong believers in China had 10,054 votes.
In the 2001 census, 21,000 Canadians put down their religion as Jedi Knight"

Sunday, 9 December 2012

A Little bit Zombie quick review

 Wow, I was pleasantly surprised at this zombie comedy.. well written, acted, and directed..I laughed the whole way through. The synopsis is: Infected by a zombie mosquito during a weekend away, a mild mannered HR manager attempts to fulfill his overwhelming desire for brains and avoid Max, the obsessed Zombie Hunter hot on his trail. All while keeping it together so as not to incur the wrath of his Bridezilla-to-be. 

 This one will definitely will be added to the Kreepy Library. Get out there a watch it! Oh and it's Canadian, so ya know it's going to be funny! BRAAIIINNNSSS!!