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Look Out! It’s Loaded!!!

March 16, 2010 Leave a comment

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A man who assaulted a female police officer with his penis has been fined.

Marium Varinauskas, 28, tried to strike the officer on the head with his penis when she was called out to his flat, but she got out of the way.

Lithuanian Varinauskas admitted a charge of assault at Aberdeen Sheriff Court and was fined £600.

The court heard he had been drinking heavily and could not remember committing the offence at his home in Aberdeen.

Police were called to his home by his girlfriend, who had complained about him being drunk last November.

They arrived to find the self-employed engineer sitting on the sofa wearing a pair of underpants.

Elaine Lynch said: "The accused got to his feet and was standing over the police officer exposing his penis and thrusting it in her face, forcing her to take evasive action to avoid getting struck."

I’m not sure what is funnier.  That the cops were called way back in November and were finally showing up, or that she actually had to say she was taking evasive action.

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If The Boobs Don’t Fit

March 16, 2010 Leave a comment

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A bikini model in Japan has been cleared of property destruction after an appeal court heard that her large breasts meant she couldn’t have committed the crime.

Serena Kozakura – her professional name – was convicted in 2007 of kicking a hole in a man’s door and crawling inside, supposedly because she was angry that he was with another woman.

However, in her defence, her counsel asked the court to compare the size of the hole in the door with Kozakura’s 110cm bust – and suggested that she couldn’t possibly have made it through the gap. Kozakura maintains that the man made the hole himself.

The presiding judge agreed that Kozakura’s bosom made her alleged crime an impossibility, and quashed her conviction.

After the verdict, Kozakura credited her breasts with the victory.

Release Party

March 13, 2010 Leave a comment

imageThirteen Autumn Rituals is releasing a new album and are inviting you to the party in Atlanta.

Bubblegum Crisis – Live Action 2012

March 3, 2010 1 comment

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Bubblegum is no longer just a chewable treat, it’s officially a crisis. Well, it’s been a crisis since the 1980s in the form of the much-beloved Japanese anime and manga series "Bubblegum Crisis" — and that crisis is about to head overseas in a big way.

A live-action feature film adaptation of "Bubblegum Crisis" is officially in the works, says The Hollywood Reporter. Six different production companies are teaming together to bring the movie to life, spearheaded by Singapore’s Axxis International — whose Benjamin Toh will executive produce — and including Tokyo’s Anime International Company, Australia’s Arclight Films, Canada’s Wizzfilms, China’s Infotainment China Media Co. and the U.K.’s Latex International.

 

As a long-time fan of the future cyber-punk BGC universe, I’ll admit that I’m rather excited about this project.  The 2012 release date won’t be able to come quick enough for me.  The original anime and the Tokyo 2040 remake have left some rather big shoes to fill… so I hope the production company is equal to the task.

So please, don’t let it be lame!  Oh, who am I kidding… it could be 100% cheese, and I’d still dig it.

BTW, you can check out the initial movie poster at the bottom of this post…

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Olympic Pole Dancing

March 2, 2010 Leave a comment

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TOKYO – For Japan’s Mai Sato, watching all those gold medals being handed out in Vancouver is a bittersweet experience.

Sato knows the demands of being the best. In her world, blisters are the rule, bruises a way of life. And the training — five hours a day, five days a week.

The world champion in her sport, Sato is as athletic, dedicated and competitive as the Olympians representing their nations. And she thinks it’s high time her discipline, too, got some real recognition.

 

Believe it or not, I am actually AGAINST making Pole Dancing an available sport for the Olympic Hopefuls.  Mind you, I wouldn’t mind watching some athletic lovelies from various countries demonstrate their art, but I’m against it for one BIG reason.  Why?!

Because eventually, someone somewhere will insist upon establishing a Men’s division… and I I shudder at the mere thought.