So once upon a time I was a Satanist! No, not the kind of satanist that kills cats and bites the head off of a chicken as a sacrifice to the Devil! No, I mean the GOOD, wholesome kind of Satanist! One that subscribes to the tenets of Anton LaVey and the Church of Satan.
One of the things LaVey talked about was the development and production of artificial human companions, or in other words... SEX DOLLS! A lot of people thought this was some pretty fucked up shit, and I personally thought it was silly because I'd rather have a real life sex doll instead of an artificial one, but apparently the Japanese have taken sex dolls to a whole new level!
Meet the Japanese sex doll! Some of these dolls sell for tens of thousands of dollars and are relatively lifelike, in a Heidi Montag sort of way.
I think Anton LaVey would have totally flipped out and locked himself in his house if he had come across RealDoll.com
and some of the fine works of art available for purchase... at a price!
Every once in a while we get a brilliant idea about something that will either get us thrown in jail or make for a great blog post. This time around we decided to post an ad to the local Lawrence, Kansas craigslist looking for some action! What's so brilliant about this, you ask? Well we pretended to be a double amputee chick that needed some cock! Here's what we wrote:
Hi boys! I'm a special needs kinda gal (double amputee) looking for some fun here in Larryville. Because of my situation, I need a small cock, so you boys with monster cocks please move on. I'm a 36D and really good with my hands, since I use them to get around a lot with my wheelchair! Send a face pic and cock pic and tell me what your fave restaurant in Lawrence is so I know you're real! Mine is Mad Greek! I'll send you a few pics in return if I like what i see!
Within 5 minutes of posting this we started receiving a ton of emails with cock pics! After 10 minutes we had exactly 20 emails and decided to call the experiment a success. Here are some of the responses we received:
Hello! How are you doing? I read your post on craigslist and am very interested. I am hoping you haven't found someone yet. I imagine you've received many responses...but if you are still looking I hope you'll consider me. Let's see..I like Papa Keno's on Mass street..and Freddy's right off Iowa and 23rd. I've actually never eaten at the Mad Greek. Here are the basics about me: 43, 5'7", 183# black hair and brown eyes, d&d free. I live just east of Lawrence and work for a local company as an analyst. Sexually I am not the wham bam type...I prefer to make things last! I would respect any limits you might have. I enjoy most things but not pain or stuff like that. I am not pushy or a jerk..just a guy who loves life and loves sex. I do want you to know that if you pick me I'll take my time and proceed with care and respect and will always respect your wishes and protect your privacy. I am attaching a basic picture for your consideration. Take care and thanks.
hi, Sandy, im ******...am a 45 y/o single black professional male living in Kansas City...
i saw your ad on CL a few minutes ago and was frankly...intrigued...
since im answering away from my home computer, i have a face pic, but not an organ pic available...if this is a deal-killer, i understand, but i wanted to answer your ad before you got swamped or deleted...
just for your infomation, im just under 7 inches long...and somewhat thick...not huge, but not small either...
i went to school in Lawrence back in the 80's, so the restaurant scene has changed a bit, but one of my favorites was and is the Free State Brewery...
again, im answering your ad to establish contact and see if we can "connect" initially...i can be reached here on email, on Yahoo (*************) or by cellphone ***************
hope to hear from you soon...take care…******
Hey girl, your post grabbed my eye, and I am interested.
I'm in town for work for a few days and looking for some FUN ass for a bit while I'm here.
I'm 5'10" 185lbs brown hair/eyes 7" cock... not TOO big (I guess, but could work for ya)
I'm going to attach my pic, hopefully you like.
Let me know what you think, and hopefully I can fullfill your special needs ;)
26 5'9 hwp ddf you won't be disappointed. I live in olathe but can come to you. I really like cheesecake factory. I'm 5 inches
We'll spare you the tiny cock pics, but it's hilarious how much of a difference there is when you post as a woman seeking a man vs. posting as a man seeking a woman! And oh, for the record, the most popular restaurant in Lawrence based on the emails we received is Freestate!
A lot of people have never thought about what goes on inside their iPhone when they use the device. They just use the beautiful GUI (Graphical User Interface) that Apple created and go about their merry way. Then there are some of us that want to look inside the guts of the system, to go where Steve Jobs doesn't want you to go! Using a jailbroken iPhone 3GS, we used a program called Fugu to look inside the inner workings of iOS 4. Here's what we found, in pictures...
Curiosity got the best of me and I started looking for a real-time Twitter photo feed app. The first thing I found was an iPhone app called Pingwire
. The app claims that it'll display nearly every photo added to Twitter in real-time. I downloaded the app from the App Store for 99 cents and it worked quite well. But I wasn't happy enough. I wanted to find a web app that could do the same thing!
After searching around on Google I finally came across a web app called Twitcaps
! The Twitcaps website displays photos posted on Twitter from TwitPic, TweetPhoto, yFrog, and a whole bunch of other photo hosting services.
The website also allows you to search by location, keyword, hashtag, user, and almost any other official Twitter search operator!
One of the really cool features of the Twitcaps website is that you can capture photos that you like. Even if the original poster deletes the photo they tweeted, the captured image will be saved under your Twitter account at Twitpic.com
One last thing that I should mention is that Twitcaps will also display videos from YouTube, TwitVid, and other supported photo sharing site that also support video uploads.
After playing around with Twitcaps for a few minutes, I can safely say that this website is something some folks may get addicted to. Being able to play the part of voyeur and check out the thousands of photos that stream through Twitter daily is quite exciting!
Mrs. Geekbauchery and I stopped by this fun, geek friendly dance party held by Astrokitty Comics & More
at the Granada
in beautiful Lawrence, Kansas.
Our first stop was the classic video game setup. There were a few classic video games available to play, but the wife and I decided to play Mario Kart because racing games are our favorite. After putting her in her place by placing 2nd (she placed 8th), we moved on to the bar where the lovely bartender was kind enough to serve us up some of the best rum and Cokes we've ever had!
We meandered around for a bit at the Granada, taking in all the sights of the event, and then we stopped by the artists' tables where local artists were drawing up some of our favorite comic book and video game characters. A donation would get you an original work of art and the proceeds went to the Lawrence Humane Society
, which is pretty badass!
Since my kid loves the character Tails from Sonic the Hedgehog, we asked that one of the artists draw him. Low and behold, the artist was none other than Joel from Astrokitty! I've tweeted
with him a few times, and it was great to finally meet him in person. There was chitchat about geek babes, comic books, and Twitter, which always makes for an interesting night! Joel whipped up an awesome drawing of Tails and then, unfortunately, the wife and I had to go run some errands before heading home for the night.
Here are some of the highlights, in photos, from our excursion to The LEVEL GRIND! Thanks for putting on such a kick-ass event, guys! We hope to do it again next year! And oh, by the way, no one ever came up to me and said, "Show me your boner!" so I could give them the $1 bill with the word BONER written on it! Maybe next time!
Created by Samuel Morse in 1844, Morse Code can be sent at great speeds over telegraphs. 166 years later, Morse Code is still used today – mainly by ham radio operators. It can also be useful for emergency communications. Morse Code can be sent with a mirror, a flashlight, or a radio, and you can probably send Morse Code faster than you can send a text message!
Here’s how to get started learning Morse Code.
1. Start listening to Morse Code.
When you listen to Morse Code, what you hear is a series of long and short beeps – more commonly referred to as a “dit” (short) or a “dah” (long). Every letter is separated by a short pause, and every word is separated with a longer pause.
Hint: You can find an online Morse Code translator, search around for practice recordings, or buy a shortwave receiver to listen to some real Morse Code.
You can search or shop for practice recordings, or use a shortwave receiver to listen to the real thing. Some people use the Farnsworth method, which entails listening to Morse code characters at high speeds but with long spaces in between; as you become more proficient, the spacing is reduced.
2. Study a visual copy of the Morse Code alphabet.
A visual chart like the one seen here can certainly help. Try writing down the Morse Code alphabet by hand, and then writing sentences with it. This is one of the best ways to learn Morse Code fast. Once you memorize the Morse Code alphabet, its then an easy task to translate what you heard into what you saw visually. Like anything else worth doing, it takes practice!
Morse Code Chart
Translating Morse Code is a skill that just about any person can learn, but it absolutely takes practice. When you first start, you can write it down and sound it out, but eventually you’ll need to just hear it. The words “Learn Morse Code” are seen here:
.-... .- .-. -. -- --- .-. … . -.-. --- -...
4. Transmit often!
One thing that you need to get used to is actually transmitting your Morse Code into audible signals. You can practice with the buttons on a mobile phone, beep vocally, or buy a Morse Code trainer. Whatever works best with you and your budget! To speak Morse Code while you learn, a small sound is pronounced “dit” and a long sound is pronounced “dah.”
5. To Learn Morse Code, don’t bite off more than you can chew.
Start learning Morse Code by memorizing the easiest letters first. One dit is an (E) and one dah is a (T). An (M) is “dah-dah” and an (I) is “dit-dit.” Leave the more complex letters for last, like a J, a B, an L and an F (which I still get confused upon!)
6. Invite your friends!
Learn Morse Code, and then spread it around to your friends! You can then communicate with Morse Code through blinking your eyes, a flashlight, a mirror, or even by tapping your fingers at the dinner table!
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If you think that gold is only for earrings and diamond only for rings, then think twice and look around again. Believe it or not, the presence of these two famous gems has already reached the territory of technological gadgets—mobile phones to be more specific.
About 1% of the population can afford expensive gadgets. Here is a good list of 10 of the most expensive phones in the planet:
1. Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition – $8 million
Stuart Hughes is the most intriguing name in the field of luxury devices. iPhones to be more specific, never had the chance to escape from the designer’s impressive hands. The latest iPhone from Stuart is the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition, which comes in an imperial pink 7-kilogram chest cut from a single block of granite and lined with nubuck top-grain leather. Also, it comes with an 8-carat diamond which can be used instead of the pink one. The phone’s antenna band and backplate are also remade by Stuart using rose gold. The band is adorned with 100 carats of sparkling diamonds and the Apple logo is formed with fifty-three more diamonds. What makes this iPhone more dashing is that its home button is made of platinum and a rare 7.4 carat pink diamond.
2. Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme – $3.2 million
If Stuart’s Diamond iPhone is way too expensive for you, then you can always choose the designer’s Number 2. The iPhone 3GS Supreme took 10 months to create and was commissioned by an anonymous Australian gold mining magnate. The whole casing of this iPhone is made of 271 grams of 22ct solid gold while the front bezel is housed with 136 flawless diamonds, all totaling to a massive hit of 68 cts. The phone’s home button is covered with a single 7.1 carat diamond, too.
3. Peter Aloisson’s Kings Button iPhone - $2.4 million
The Kings Button iPhone is a jewel-bedecked iPhone 3G, the sides of which are adorned with one hundred and thirty-eight brilliant-cut diamonds. But the winning element of this phone lies not on its sides but on its home button, which is a rare 6.6 carat white diamond.
4. Goldvish ‘Le Million’ Pièce Unique - $1.3 million
Emmanuel Gueit designed the most expensive mobile phone of a Geneva-based luxury communications company. The Goldvish “Le Million’ Piece Unique is made of 18k white gold and is set with 20 carats of VVS1 diamonds, which are only microscopically flawed. The phone’s technical features include Bluetooth, 2 GB storage, FM radio, digital camera and MP3 playback. This mobile phone is available by special order only. Dreaming of when you can ever make that one special order?
5. The Diamond Crypto Smartphone – $1.3 million
The Diamond Crypto Smartphone is created by the luxury accessory producer, Peter Aloisson. The cover of this smartphone is adorned with 50 diamonds, including eight that are rare blue diamonds. Also, the Ancort logo and navigation key are made of 18k rose gold. The phone is built on Windows CE, featuring a high-resolution color TFT display and a 256 bit cryptographic algorithm. Its other features include SMS, MMS, e-mail and internet capability, WAP, Java support and a media player.
6. Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot – $1 million
The famous line “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” did not work quite well with this phone. The Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot phone is an ultra-exclusive phone which is limited to only three units. The phone’s bezel is made of 45.5 carats of black diamond and the back panel is made from 200-year-old African blackwood, which is the most expensive wood in the world. What’s more alluring is that each key of this phone is cut from a hand-polished sapphire crystal. All of these plush materials are set in a 180-gram solid gold frame. This Jackpot phone has surely lived up to its name, you agree?7. Vertu Signature Cobra - $310,000
The Signature Cobra, designed by French jeweler Boucheron, is made with two diamonds, two emeralds and 439 rubies. For the record, only eight will ever be made of this exclusive phone. For the rich, however, who cannot afford this flashy phone, another edition is made available for only $115,000. This phone is still the same with the Signature Cobra but now, it’s minus the rubies. Only 26 of this will ever be made. What makes this phone more captivating is its signature logo—the cobra snake.8. Sony Ericsson Black Diamond – $300,000
Sony Ericsson’s Black Diamond is the only phone hailed as one of the most expensive not because of the presence of shiny and dazzling rocks but because of the existence of real state-of-the-art technology. The entire face of the phone is covered with polycarbonate skin and underlying beneath this skin is the OLED Technology, which gives the phone’s 4-megapixel screen a borderless look. Additionally, its mirror finish gives it a stylish and modern look.9. Peter Aloisson’s iPhone Princess Plus - $176,400
Why Princess Plus for a name? Well, this is because of the Princess cut used on 138 of the 318 diamonds on the phone’s surface. The remaining 180 diamonds were brilliant-cut. This phone, designed by Peter Aloisson, has a total of 17.75 carats of diamonds set in 18k white gold around its rim. This model costs $176,700 but the ‘Brilliants only’ version is sold for a lesser price of $66,150.10. Nokia 8800 Arte with pink diamonds - $134,000
The Nokia 8800 Arte is a solid 18k white gold phone which features over 680 pink and white brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling over 21.5 carats. The phone’s technical features are a 3.15 megapixel camera with autofocus and video, a music player, a voice memo and a Bluetooth. This phone is designed by Peter Aloisson.
We don’t know what is yet to come from the future generation. We don’t know how much the affluent few will be willing to pay for the design of future phones. Either luxury or technology itself will make future phones more expensive. This is indeed a very lucrative business to dive for when you’re in dire need of money—if and only if your design passes the taste of the affluent 1% of the population.
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