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The New World Order (Brought To You By Rap News)

The New World Order: They control the world’s governments; THEY rule over all of us from the top of the pyramid. While WE suffer at the bottom. Right? Today we blow open the truth about the NWO in order to shed light on this widespread conspiracy which has frequently been invoked to explain the state of our world. Join intrepid host Robert Foster as he takes control of the lever of critical inquiry, alongside special guests Russell Brand, conspiracy guru Terrence Moonseed, and NWO representative William De Berg, in order to ask: who is the New World Order? And how can we stop it?

Warning: This episode of Rap News has been in the making since we started the show, 5 years ago. No punches will be pulled, no quarter will be given, and no depth will be left unplumbed on this arduous quest for the harsh truth. Welcome to the New World Order, bitches.… Read the rest

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The World Is Flatulence: The Enduring Appeal of the Tasteless

A scene from "He-Gassen, or "The Fart War," from Japan's Edo period (Waseda University/Wikimedia)

A scene from “He-Gassen, or “The Fart War,” from Japan’s Edo period (Waseda University/Wikimedia)

via The Atlantic:

In the ruins of Pompeii, among crumbling walls charred, centuries ago, by the heat of Vesuvius, archaeologists found the remnants of ancient graffiti. Here are some of the age-old etches that beckon us, lyrically, from past:

“Restituta, take off your tunic, please, and show us your hairy privates.”

And:

“Apollinaris, the doctor of the emperor Titus, defecated well here.”

And:

“I screwed the barmaid.”

One suspects the messages might have read a tad differently in the original Latin—rare is the graffiti artist who prefaces his commentary with “please”—but you get the idea: The scatological, the stuff of defecation and hairy privates, has an extremely long, if not an extremely proud, history. It’s turds all the way down, basically, and that’s especially true when it comes to humor. Approximately 65 percent of Shakespeare’s poetry features phallic puns.

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Coach Rudkowski’s Brass Balls Shoe Throwing Academy

Coach Rudkowski’s Brass Balls Shoe Throwing Academy

Are you tired of seeing people throw their shoes at politicians only to miss their target? (ie: George W. Bush, Hillary Clinton). With Coach Rudkowski’s Brass Balls Shoe Throwing Video you’ll learn the amazing training secrets of America’s ballsiest shoe throwing academy. Order now… Operators are standing by.

(Disclaimer: To any Government officials watching… this is a joke. Please do not arrest us and ship us off to Guantanamo).

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This ‘Bubble Porn’ Video Is Probably Safe For Work (But Not Your Filthy Mind)

Ever heard the saying “less is more”? The “Bubble Porn” video is only as lurid as your preconceptions. It’s like that scene in The Empire Strikes Back where Luke is about to enter that spooky tree and asks what’s inside. Yoda replies, “Only what you take with you.”

Well, I suspect that most of us will be taking a good bit of redtube into this particular tree.

An aside – remember when you were a kid and actually had to hunt for pornography? Kids these days will never know the thrill of uncovering “wood porn“, unless it’s in a discarded thumb drive. (Hint: Leave it the hell alone.)

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Twelve Undeniable Signs That The Illuminati Are EVERYWHERE

A photo gallery from College Humor finds signs of the Illuminati everywhere and in everything. A fun way to start your weekend…

No one is safe, but especially you (I don’t know why, you just seem sort of fragile and suspesctible to accidents). At any rate, the Illuminati grows stronger every day, and it is only a matter of time before they control every aspect of your life — no detail too small. It would be too dangerous to overlook the evidence. Let this carefully curated list of Illuminati hotspots guide you, strike fear into your heart, and who knows, maybe even protect you. God speed.

Source: WhatTheFhtagn

Source: WhatTheFhtagn

[See the rest of the Illuminati photo gallery at College Humor]

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Ban Questions

Ban Questions

We were SO inspired by Beyonce and Condoleezza Rice’s campaign to ban the word bossy, we decided to come up with a ban of our own; on questions! Join us in this monumental crusade. With your help we can finally BAN QUESTIONS once and for all. Who, what, when, where, why, NO! Spread the word today.

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Happy Saturnalia To All!

SaturnaliaA celebration dear to the hearts of the Disinformation team at this time of year is Saturnalia, one of the most popular Roman festivals. It was marked by tomfoolery and reversal of social roles, in which slaves and masters ostensibly switched places, with expectantly humorous results. Saturnalia was introduced around 217 BC to raise citizen morale after a crushing military defeat. Originally celebrated for a day, on December 17th, its popularity saw it grow until it became a week-long extravaganza, ending on the 23rd. Our favorite exposition of Saturnalia has long been the Electric Sheep comic strip, no longer easily available on the web, but we dug in the crates and are pleased to bring it to you. We did find it here and in a video created from the original website posted to Funny or Die:
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Io Saturnalia!

dinopartyYesterday marked the beginning of the ancient Roman holiday of Saturnalia.

Via Suvudu.

Today marks the beginning of Saturnalia, an ancient Roman holiday dedicated to the pagan god Saturn. Ever heard of it? No? You might actually be celebrating some part of it and not even know it. Hold that thought.

On December 17, the Romans would go to the temples and unbind the feet of their statues of Saturn (Normally they were adorned with felt shoes) and even move their idols to tables for banquets in honor of the god. Government shut down to some degree. It was forbidden to declare war or sentence criminals during Saturnalia.

In the public, the normally rigid Roman class structure was thrown out of the window. Everyone let down their hair a little bit and spoke their minds – even Roman slaves! During Saturnalia, slaves were allowed to criticize their masters without rebuke. Some scholars say that masters and slaves dined together.

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