Ban Plastic Bags? Not in China – Mick Raven
Woman drives car into lake after following GPS directions
Tyrion Lannister’s doppelganger from Game of Thrones is a Pakistani waiter who wants to ‘work in movies’
United Australia Party…Made in China? – Mick Raven
Drivers texting risk death
I Love D*ck! – Australian Banned Dick Smith Ad Uncensored
Honest Government Ad |Anti Encryption Law
Honest Government Ad | My Police State!
Recent ‘Subscription Popup’ for ‘The Australian’ 2017
Something funny that the ‘Terrible Telegraph’ printed..you will have to sub$cribe if the want the whole ‘Fake News’ article – Mick Raven
All the links to those great Stories about Nostradamus’s predictions for the US Election..Ugh! – Mick Raven
TRANSformers Parody Obliterates PC Culture
Clint X sent these pix to amuse us…hang on i’ve got a message!! – Mick Raven
George Carlin biography
BabyMetal – The One
Sent in by Winston – Mick Raven
Sent in by James – Mick Raven
Sent in by James – Mick Raven
Thx to Winston Smth for this Article – Mick Raven
Maybe its Time? (Jokes) – Mick Raven
Love this Comment…Mick Raven
LMAO Bearded Hitler Haircut Fashion 2015 – Mick Raven
Before and After
Gorsicle – Haha – Mick Raven
Probably Left his Phone at Home LMAO – Mick Raven
Let the Eggspert Speak… Ha!
Lmao Gatesy You Devil You, we’ve got our EYE on you – ConspiracyOz
(We thought this was very Funny, enjoy…..ConspiracyOz)
The PM will announce that she is ordering the Immigration Department to start deporting old people
(instead of illegals) in order to lower Age Pension and Medicare costs.
Old people are easier to catch, and most will not remember how to get back home!
I started crying when I thought of you.
RUN, YOU OLD BUGGER, RUN!!
Scientologists investigated South Park creators
TV’s most controversial cartoon continues to be controversial
In 2005 the South Park episode ‘Trapped in the Closet’ generated buzz because of its ruthless send-up of Scientology. The church, shockingly, didn’t respond well to the parody, reportedly launching an investigation into the cartoon’s creators Trey Parker and Matt Stoneafter it aired.
Ex-Scientologist Marty Rathbun leaked documents on his blog which apparently show that the church’s Office of Special Affairs, the department dedicated to “intelligence and covert affairs”, kept a very close eye on Parker and Stone in 2006: sending private investigators to watch their offices, root through their rubbish and probe the public records of their friends.
When that didn’t turn up anything good, the Church tried to “find a young filmmaker who would make an effective mole at the South Park offices“. Dun!
According to the Village Voice, the church has a history of investigations and “retaliation operations” against its perceived enemies.
‘Trapped in the Closet’ is one of the most controversial episodes of South Park: in the instalment Stan is thought to be the reincarnation of Scientology’s founder L. Ron Hubbard, attracting the attention of high-profile Scientologists including Tom Cruise and John Travolta. After Stan learns about Scientologists’ beliefs, he concludes the religion is “just a big fat global scam”.
The episode had a huge fallout: Cruise allegedly threatened to back out of promotional duties for Mission: Impossible III if reruns weren’t pulled from TV, while South Park voice actor and Scientologist Isaac Hayes — aka Chef — later quit the show because of how it treated his religion.
The Audi “Green Police” ad is more true than it realizes.
http://www.americannation.info. Check the sidebar for the links to these real laws and stories in the annotations.
The Audi “Green Police” ad is more true than it realizes. There are real laws that are being put in place that are putting our freedom in peril.
A 25 cent “plastic carryout bag impact fee” failed 2009.
Now they want to ban plastic and tax paper bags:
Oregon Senate Bill 320: Prohibits persons from knowingly disposing of rechargeable batteries as solid waste.
In San Francisco, a new recycling law sets a $100 fine for homes that don’t recycle properly.
Ireland banned traditional light bulbs in favor of energy-saving alternatives in 2009-
Plastic Bottles Banned In San Francisco Offices:
Greenpeace welcomes electric hot water ban
Roadside Emissions & Remote Smog Test Checkpoints:
California Statewide Styrofoam Ban Sought: