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Saturday, May 14, 2005

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Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Nothing like a little nude art

Almost 2,000 people braved frigid weather early Saturday but didn't get cold feet when they all went naked in the center of gothic Bruges in an art "happening" organized by photographer Spencer Tunick.

With temperatures closing in on freezing, winds lashing the turrets of the city and rain putting a shine on the ancient cobblestones, 1,950 people shed their clothes at dawn, with many posing in a street close to the medieval Belfry or touring the canals on boats.

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Kill the tweety bird

Tweety Gets OWNED hard

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Italian robbers on scooters get owned

If you can't beat them, ban their getaway vehicles.

So goes the logic of the latest attempt to curb crime in the southern Italian city of Naples – a scooter ban to aid police chasing common crooks who famously rob pedestrians and speed away through the historic centre's narrow alleyways.

'Our goal is to give tourists and citizens more security,' said Nicola Oddati, Naples' counsellor on traffic.

From Tuesday, non-residents of the picturesque but often unruly area will be required to either leave their scooters behind, or walk them through the historic centre, motors off. Sanctions include a fine of about 35 euros ($45) and possible confiscation of the vehicle.

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Houses for the samurai

Chief Executive Larry Ellison recently put his Japanese-inspired samurai Atherton estate on the market for $25 million, according to the San Jose Mercury News.

The 8,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom house on the peninsula between the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean sits on nearly three acres.

"I think it's a very fair price because of the value of the land, the location . . . and the house has good karma,'' Mary Gullixson of Alain Pinel Realtors, who is listing the property, told the paper.

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Frank Sinatra fucked a lot of women

Frank Sinatra was famously well-endowed and a voracious womaniser. A new biography details his string of lovers.

Nancy Venturi, barely into her teens, was one of those who fell. “He had sex on the brain,” she recalled. “He would make love to anyone who came along . . . There was something unusually intensive about his lovemaking. At least it was with me.” She remembered Frank’s seduction technique, his sexually direct lines. Other guys, she thought, “didn’t talk like that back then”.

Venturi contributed to the legend that Sinatra was hugely well endowed sexually. “There’s only ten pounds of Frank, but there’s 110 pounds of cock,” Ava Gardner once told a British diplomat at a social function.

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Clothing is optional

Demonstrators go topless to protest safety of clothing
A topless protest in Chicago was a THONG thing.

A group calling itself Topless Humans Organized for Natural Genetics, or THONG, gave shoppers an eyeful over the weekend. They stripped to their skivvies as the protesters questioned the safety of clothing that's chemically treated to resist stains and wrinkling.

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Britney spears dumbass

Some people have a hard time trying to park their car. But most of them don't have the extra difficulty of having cameras around them everywhere they go. Someone who has both of those problems is Britney Spears.

In favour of her: she has a car you probably cannot afford....

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Looks like a scene right out of a porno movie

You see this photo. I am not interested in what happened that led to this scene. I am interested in what will happen next.

Let your imagination hang loose in the comments....

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Hunting over the internet banned

California to ban hunting over Internet

Wildlife regulators took the first step Tuesday to bar hunters from using the Internet to shoot animals, responding to a Texas Web site that planned to let users fire at real game with the click of a mouse.

The Fish and Game Commission ordered wildlife officials to prepare emergency regulations to ban the practice. A period of public comment will follow.

"We don't think Californians should be able to hunt sitting at their computers at home," said Steve Martarano, a spokesman for the state Department of Fish and Game.

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