Friday, June 30, 2006

italia advances to semi-finals to play germany

italian pussay for the win 3-0 over ukraine

3-0 italy

luca toni takes a great pass in the box for an easy tap in. ukrains defense has just come apart against the italianos
luca toni at 69'

italia scores a second

Luca TONI at the 59 minute
the battle has heated up after the ukraine put a few good shots on goal italy comes right back and slams one home on a fantastic cross and a header past a diving keeper

ZAMBROTTA Gianluca scores for italia 6'

italia takes on the ukraine at 21:00

a tittie salute to germany for advancing over argentina

germany takes the match 4-2 in penalty kicks



CRUZ Julio
Ayala misses jan lehman saves a slo roller
CAMBIASSO Esteban misses lehman comes up huge again match over

scoreless in overtime

germany-argentina go to penalty kicks after a scoreless extra time

all tied at the end of regulation time

germany-argentina will go into overtime now i think the germans still have the energy to take the game to the 'tinians the argentinians can strike fast but i think less crossing passes and more direct shots...............

germany ties the game at 1

in the 80' germany heads in the tying goal. i great play to keep the ball in argentinas zone the germans pass the ball inside and klosa heads it in . also a brand new keeper for argentina..........

argentina draws first blood

argentina 1 germany nil

a great corner kick headed in by Roberto ayala from Juan RIQUELME


it is better to perish than to live as slaves

"If you will not fight for the right, "when you can easily win without bloodshed, if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not so costly, you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance for survival. There may be a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no chance of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves."

Winston Churchill

Thursday, June 29, 2006

BP accused of price manipulation

BP is facing legal action in the US over charges that it tried to manipulate propane prices in 2004.

Regulators allege its BP Products North America subsidy artificially forced up prices by buying up huge propane stocks only to withhold them from the market.

BP has denied the civil charges and said it intended to defend itself, and added that staff had been dismissed.

On Wednesday, a former BP trader, Dennis Abbott, pleaded guilty to manipulating the propane my opinion this is standard operations. they are monopolies and are capable of price fixing at any time look at what enron was doing in california oregon and washington.......

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Paper Retracts Report that Murtha Called U.S. the Greatest Threat to World Peace

The South Florida Sun-Sentinel has retracted its false report that Rep. John Murtha (D-PA) called the United States the greatest threat to world peace:

Correction: An article in Sunday’s editions misinterpreted a comment from U.S. Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., at a town hall meeting in North Miami on Saturday. In his speech, Murtha said U.S. credibility was suffering because of continued U.S. military presence in Iraq ,and the perception that the U.S. is an occupying force. Murtha was citing a recent poll, by the Pew Global Attitudes Project, that indicates a greater percentage of people in 10 of 14 foreign countries consider the U.S. in Iraq a greater danger to world peace than any threats posed by Iran or North Korea.

The purported quote was seized upon by right-wing pundits, who claimed that Murtha had put “all Americans in danger” and was “in the thrall” of anti-American activists. Now they need to correct the record and let their viewers know that Murtha was quoted erroneously.

Email Bill O’Reilly, Brit Hume, Joe Scarborough, and Tucker Carlson —,,, — and urge them to correct the record for their viewers. (Feel free to repost your letters in the comments section, and let us know if you hear back.)

If slander and hate don't do the trick,

Bringing It All Back Home: The Bush War on Liberty Intensifies
Written by Chris Floyd

Tuesday, 27 June 2006
Glenn Greenwald has the goods on the all-out war that the Bush Regime and its bootlicking sycophants throughout the right-wing media are waging against the free
press. The recent "controversy" over the New York Times report on the Regime's surveillance of bank records is, as Greenwald astutely notes, based entirely on outright falsehoods. It is also being deliberately stoked by the White House, whose lies about the non-existent "damage" the NYT story has done to national security are exposed here -- by their own words. Greenwald turns up quote after quote, going back years, many of them from Bush himself, detailing the same kind of information relayed in the Times' story. Yet, as Greenwald and others report (Atrios has been good on this as well), the Regime's hate campaign has now burst into the media mainstream, where calls for Times editors to stand trial for the capital crime of treason are routinely being aired, along with scarcely veiled exhortations for mob violence against the press. (But only the so-called "liberal" press. The fact that the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times and other papers have also run stories on the banking records is ignored or dismissed by the hatemongers.)

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

"Our country's unique because our dissidents have a voice," said Sen. Daniel Inouye,

"While I take offense at disrespect to the flag," he said, "I nonetheless believe it is my continued duty as a veteran, as an American citizen, and as a United States senator to defend the constitutional right of protesters to use the flag in nonviolent speech." to ban flag desecration died

Monday, June 26, 2006

rush "pills" limbaugh detained

(CBS4 News) WEST PALM BEACH Sources have confirmed to CBS4 News that conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh has been detained at Palm Beach International Airport for the possible possession of illegal prescription drugs Monday evening.

Limbaugh was returning on a flight from the Dominican Republic when officials found the drugs, among them Viagra.

Limbaugh entered a plea deal back in April in a previous case where his charge of fraud to conceal information to obtain prescriptions was dropped under the condition he continue undergoing treatment for addiction.

Limbaugh had admitted to being addicted to pain killers on his radio program and had entered a rehabilitation program prior to that arrest.

Fox News - 911 The Israeli Connection

Posted Jun 26, 2006 12:13 PM PST

These are the videos AIPAC lobbied FOX News to remove from their website. Since then,. AIPAC has found itself embroiled in yet another espionage case, this time involving an operative inside the very Pentagon office from which many of the now discredited claims abut Iraq's WMD.

FOX News threatened this website to force the removal of these videos, but they appear here at this outside website for those of you unaware that on 9-11, the largest foreign spy ring ever uncovered in the US was in the process of being rounded up, and that evidence linking these arrested Israeli spies to 9-11 has been classified by the US Government

socceroose ousted,one last look

soccerooose lose today but dayum i hate to waste such a purdy girl. just because your team lost doesn't mean oscar throws the great cheerleader pics away.......


An injury-time penalty from substitute Francesco Totti took ten-man Italy past Australia and into the last eight of the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ in Kaiserslautern. More...

Saturday, June 24, 2006

extra time winners get extra looks

extra time winner and beautiful cheerleaders

argentina wins in extra time 2-1



Argentine Mexico up next

Usually Argentina has some good tittie shots trying to compete with the brasilian babes for air time..............

a clean sheet for Goalkeeper Jens Lehmann

two goals in first twelve minutes sealed swedens fate. sweden played a man down also after a red card to teddy lucic. germany had 25 shots to swedens 5 they sucked did the swedes and i hope they all get drunk and come play poker with me......

its good to have goals.................

germany 2 sweden nil

the home team is just blowing the swedes up here i think the swedes all playing ace 4 off soot is finnaly getting their karmic returns assholes!

20. PODOLSKI Lukas (12')

germany 1 sweden nil

four minutes into game germany scores a goal it did go off a swedes head but i'm not sure if its an own goal because of it.........

the real tourney starts now!

We're not afraid of anybody - Ballack

There is no margin for error as the FIFA World Cup™ enters its knockout stage but Germany coach Jurgen Klinsmann and his players are raring for the chance to prove themselves against Sweden. More...

Friday, June 23, 2006

The theory was eugenics, and its history is so dreadful

Why Politicized Science is Dangerous
(Excerpted from State of Fear)

Imagine that there is a new scientific theory that warns of an impending crisis, and points to a way out.

This theory quickly draws support from leading scientists, politicians and celebrities around the world. Research is funded by distinguished philanthropies, and carried out at prestigious universities. The crisis is reported frequently in the media. The science is taught in college and high school classrooms.

I don't mean global warming. I'm talking about another theory, which rose to prominence a century ago.

Its supporters included Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and Winston Churchill. It was approved by Supreme Court justices Oliver Wendell Holmes and Louis Brandeis, who ruled in its favor. The famous names who supported it included Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone; activist Margaret Sanger; botanist Luther Burbank; Leland Stanford, founder of Stanford University; the novelist H. G. Wells; the playwright George Bernard Shaw; and hundreds of others. Nobel Prize winners gave support. Research was backed by the Carnegie and Rockefeller Foundations. The Cold Springs Harbor Institute was built to carry out this research, but important work was also done at Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford and Johns Hopkins. Legislation to address the crisis was passed in states from New York to California.

These efforts had the support of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Medical Association, and the National Research Council. It was said that if Jesus were alive, he would have supported this effort.

All in all, the research, legislation and molding of public opinion surrounding the theory went on for almost half a century. Those who opposed the theory were shouted down and called reactionary, blind to reality, or just plain ignorant. But in hindsight, what is surprising is that so few people objected.

Today, we know that this famous theory that gained so much support was actually pseudoscience. The crisis it claimed was nonexistent. And the actions taken in the name of theory were morally and criminally wrong. Ultimately, they led to the deaths of millions of people.

The theory was eugenics, and its history is so dreadful --- and, to those who were caught up in it, so embarrassing --- that it is now rarely discussed. But it is a story that should be well know to every citizen, so that its horrors are not repeated.

The theory of eugenics postulated a crisis of the gene pool leading to the deterioration of the human race. The best human beings were not breeding as rapidly as the inferior ones --- the foreigners, immigrants, Jews, degenerates, the.......more

"The Dark Side"

full frontline video off the dark lord of the underworlds quest to conquer the planet can be seen here....

Thursday, June 22, 2006

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Don't feel like blogging wc today

I'm not a zealot for futbol and I don't feel like even putting another nekkid tittie up in honor of any countries teams tie today.
soccer is ok but not a feast to live and die for. No sport has my undivided attention for more than a few games in a row. I don't have a stake in it, no horse I own is in the race. Sure a state team or a national team is a diversion to monitor. But its not a thing I want to really spend too much emotion on.
I spend my emotion it seems only on my work. One of the few things in my mundane life that I do expel and extend any amount of emotional capitol on. That and the traffic I must endure to get to my work.
outwardly I spend it there inwardly I have all kinds of pent up emotions waiting to be explored in the future when I get tired of complete mundanity............

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

impermanence and the absence of life

To practice wabi-sabi means to accept nature's process, including impermanence and the absence of life. You can start by taking notice of the details in your everyday life. A spiderweb full of dead bugs in the window frame. An old chair with chipped paint. A yellowed newspaper. These things could be dismissed as ugly and without value, but wabi-sabi teaches us that we are in a constant state of change and we must value that which is in the moment. ~ Wish Jar Journal, Keri Smith


Avedon Carol presents:The Sideshow

Specialist Mike Moriarty is filming his squad leader, Staff Sgt. Kevin Shangraw, as they bounce along in a Humvee. He asks his leader for his take on the broader mission, and Sergeant Shangraw comes straight off the dome with a government-issue rationale.

"Well, I think it's a fantastic opportunity for the Iraqis to establish a new history in the country and be able to be a free and democratic society, which in turn should stabilize the whole Middle East and create a freer and more stable earth as we know it."

"Tell me how you really feel," an unseen Specialist Moriarty prompts.

Sergeant. Shangraw waits a beat as the bleak landscape flies by in the window before answering.

"Then, after that happens, maybe we can buy everybody in the world a puppy."

if it weren't for wimmins, the wheels would come right off the cart of humanity: (skip 2006)

a tie and a huge pair

England and Sweden drew 2-2 in Cologne on Tuesday, a result that sends both teams through to the Round of 16 from Group B. Group winners England will face Ecuador while Sweden must play hosts Germany... More...

Monday, June 19, 2006

With 1.2 billion page views it is the largest one-week total in the history of the site.

A record-breaking kick-off for
18 June 2006

With fans around the world excitedly cheering on their teams, FIFA today announced another record in visiting In 2002, the Official Website attracted just over two billion page views for the entire tournament and this time is already halfway to that mark after only one week.

With 1.2 billion page views it is the largest one-week total in the history of the site. The most successful day to date was Monday, 12 June with 226 million page views by 6.2 million visitors. Overall an average of five million fans have visited each day during the tournament....more


A second-half turnaround saw Spain come from behind to register a 3-1 over Tunisia in Stuttgart and consequently book their place in the Round of 16... More...


Sunday, June 18, 2006

a tie goes to the titties

Cerberus) from guardian :
Cerberus) 77 min People often say that 1-0 is a dangerous lead, for reasons so obvious I can't be bothered to explain them, but I will run naked round GU Towers singing Swing Out Sister's 1986 pop classic 'Breakout' if Korea equalise here.

Cerberus) 81 min: GOAL! France 1 Korea 1 (Park 81) Unbelievable! Ji-sung Park scores! It was a shambolic goal - it started with a wonderful deep cross to the far post, which was headed back across by Cho Jae-jin and Park, four yards out, somehow lobbed it over Barthez and in. Amazing! I don't know how much Park meant that - I'm guessing not at all - but it drifted over Barthez and escaped Gallas's desperate to clear off the line.

{cerberus is the itwassooted soccer expert}

france 1 kor 1

henry has a goal for france and then in second half a goal by sung ji park ties it up. no help for henry france goes to sleep with no attack lets korea back into the match

brasil has the most beautiful soccer fans

still lookin for brasilian titties come back often

fred makes it 2-nil full time

a goal by late substitute fred makes it 2-0 brasil is a tough team with so many great ball handlers socceroose really had no chance here. brasil will record its 9th in a row in wc games

brasil strikes first

a goal by brasil at 49' by ADRIANO from ronaldo seys the early second half pace...18-2-2 record for teams that score first in '06 wc

socceroos 0 brasil 0 halftime

aussie defense has been solid, brasils playmakers are coming up short.

i think about 4 yellow cards no reds yet this could get ugly as the aussie defense stiffles the brasilian showboaters.

nice ass to make up for tie

a scoreless tie japan croatia( where's the titties?)

no blood no goals 4th 0-0 tie of this wc i think the announcer said. i'm not here for ties i'm here for the titties

japan 0 croatia 0

couple yellow cards not a lot to yell about, but the fookun crowd seems to think there is. a constant din of some freekish chanting going on. i don't know who the chanting is for or why i think its to keep the fans awake

Saturday, June 17, 2006

the player of the game

no not number 4 the guy holding the red card, Jorge LARRIONDA
he likes to breed animals i call him the dawg fucker.....

ITAlia 1 USA 1 a draw and still in it

red cards galore

the u.s.a players are the worst tacklers on the world stage. nobody has taught them how to act infront of the rigged W.C. officials.

another red card for usa pope is out its 10 on 9 now two minutes into second half


first 10 on 10 in this world cup.
no tackles in front of referees is the rule i'm told by our itwassooted's soccer experts

ITA : USA 1:1

usa playing a man up 11 on 10 and they are still lame looking. a red card for italia and an own goal keeps usa in this bloody match...jeeezuz a red card on usa to make up the game back to even. a late tackle that hardly looked red cardable.....fuck experts on soccer tell me its a 100% red if tackled from behind i say its rigged

Ghana whips up on Czech republic 2-nil

first ever wc win
first win against a European team since 1964 go go Ghana

ghana up 2-nil

great passing by the ghana team. great preasure on the czechs. after a missed penatly kick it hit a post ghana keeps the heat on hapless czechs........

MUNTARI Sulley (82')

at the half its ghana 1 czech republic nil

shocker so far . i like the looks of this ghana team, of course i'm an underdawg lover. do ghana wimin fans show titties? the real test of my soccer affection....

todays favorite is argentina!

left foot volley ghana up 1-nil

ghana gets on scoresheet in first minute and a half 02'

GYAN Asamoah

will koller play?

Czechs take on ghana next koller the giant head is a maybe....

jan kollers "most wanted" picture

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