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On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin goes over the ongoing nuclear crisis in Fukushima, Japan, the dangers of nuclear energy and remarks on the anniversary of the atomic bombs that…








Oculolinctus is the latest sex play technique to alarm doctors and prudes everywhere. From Medical News Today: Eyeball-licking fetishism, also known as “oculolinctus” or “worming”, has become a popular way of expressing…



Is the breathtaking stone structure the work of a 10,000-year-old civilization, or is it somehow an illusion? Atlas Obscura explains: The Yonaguni-jima Kaitei Chikei, literally translated as “Yonaguni Island Submarine Topography,” is…


Surprise, surprise. Something creepy this way cometh: Here is a 3D printed doll, cloned from a real human’s head, that you can never unsee. Still want to see more? Article from messynessychick.






The best late-night console game of all time? Lovely Sweet Dream (LSD) Dream Emulator was released in Japan in 1998 by Playstation. There is no way to win or lose, and no defined tasks  — except to explore one’s subconscious, set to a trip-hop-jazz soundtrack:

There are many strange environments in this world, and one way to travel through them is by foot. Bumping into people, animals, or special objects usually results in a stranger dream. The number of “days” are kept track of. As the player progresses, the pattern on walls and the form of the player may transmute. Occasionally the player may come across a man in a gray trench coat, commonly referred to as the “Gray Man” or the “Shadow Man”. He walks in one direction only. Getting too close to him will make the screen flash, the man will disappear.