Monday, September 30, 2013

Let's all sign this, shall we?

Petition :

Abandon des projets d'oléoducs et promotion des énergies vertes

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Petition text

CONSIDÉRANT QU’afin de faire transiter du pétrole des sables bitumineux albertains, la compagnie TransCanada Energy projette de construire un oléoduc traversant le Québec et que la compagnie Enbridge désire inverser et augmenter le flux d’un oléoduc reliant l’Ontario;

CONSIDÉRANT QUE le pétrole provenant des sables bitumineux est un des modes de production émettant le plus de gaz à effet de serre au monde et que le développement de cette industrie retarde une transition vers les énergies vertes;

CONSIDÉRANT QU’en raison des risques qu’ils présentaient, la Colombie-Britannique a refusé et les États-Unis hésitent à autoriser des projets d’oléoducs faisant transiter le pétrole des sables bitumineux;

CONSIDÉRANT QUE le débat entre le transport du pétrole par oléoduc et le transport ferroviaire est un faux débat, car tous deux présentent des risques inacceptables pour l'environnement et la sécurité publique;

CONSIDÉRANT QUE le Québec s’appauvrit en achetant pour près de 14 milliards $ en pétrole annuellement;

CONSIDÉRANT QUE le Québec possède un énorme potentiel de transition énergétique, notamment par l’économie d’énergie, l’électrification des transports, la production d'énergies vertes et l’amélioration des transports collectifs;

CONSIDÉRANT QUE cette transition créerait beaucoup plus d'emplois et serait plus bénéfique à long terme que le développement de l’industrie pétrolière;

Nous, soussignés, exigeons du gouvernement québécois:

De s’opposer à tout nouveau projet d’oléoduc (construction, inversion, conversion) qui ferait transiter au Québec du pétrole des sables bitumineux;

D’élaborer un véritable projet de société ayant comme buts de réduire drastiquement notre dépendance aux hydrocarbures et promouvoir notre transition vers les énergies vertes.

Signing deadline : December 3, 2013


Here, another reason why we need to be exterminated by giant japanese hornets shooting human tissue dissolving venom.

Remember The Tar Sands Leaks That No One Knew How To Stop In July? They’re Still Leaking.

I will not stand and watch those fuckers build that pipeline along the St-Lawrence.

Also, I couldn't take anymore. I had to destroy my facebook account after the nth self-censoring incident where I was about to tell everyone to die off and take their stupidity and fucking insane way of life to the grave with them. So anyways, if you still wanna invite me to some stupid event or something you can call me on my cellphone while I still have it. Or not. Fuck off.


This one made me feel better

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Brrrr..... brrr... .bBRRRRR... (SHIVERS)


Thursday, September 26, 2013

I always knew the planet would launch a swarm of killer bees at us from its mouth if threatened.

Hornet attacks kill dozens in China

(I replaced the original photo from this article with a more accurate one. The original photo of the hornet made it look like it shit rainbows into flowers. This is more like it.)

Hundreds of people stung in Shaanxi province by swarms of giant insects believed to have multiplied over warm summer

Tania Branigan in Beijing, Thursday 26 September 2013 09.27 BST

This year has been unusually severe for hornet attacks in Shaanxi province, possibly because of weather changes, says a local health official.

Twenty-eight people have died and hundreds have been injured in a wave of attacks by giant hornets in central China, according to reports.

Victims described being chased for hundreds of metres by the creatures and stung as many as 200 times.

Most of the attacks in the past three months were in remote, rural, wooded areas in southern Shaanxi, the province's China Business newspaper reported.

In the city of Ankang alone, 18 people have died from the stings, health official Zhou Yuanhong told Associated Press. People in the cities of Hanzhong and Shangluo have also been injured.

The insects' highly toxic stings can lead to anaphylactic shock and renal failure. An official from Ankang's disease control centre urged people to seek medical help if they received more than 10 stings, and warned that emergency treatment was required for those stung more than 30 times.

One woman in her 50s said she had spent almost a month in hospital and was still incontinent after receiving more than 200 stings. A man from her village died of kidney failure.

The hornet attacks are a recurring problem in the area from May to as late as November. According to Ankang police, 36 people died in the city and 715 were injured by the creatures between 2002 and 2005. But Zhou said the issue had been particularly severe this year, possibly because of weather changes.

Experts have suggested in the past that warmer temperatures in the area have led to hornets breeding more successfully, that labourers have been moving deeper into areas where they may disturb nests, and that the insects are sensitive to chemicals found in food and cosmetics.

Li Jiuzhou, deputy director of the Shaanxi Bee and Wasp Industry Association, said that hundreds or even thousands of hornets could live in a single nest. They attack humans only if disturbed, he added. But they are carnivorous and can quickly destroy bee colonies.

Ankang's fire service has removed over 300 hornet nests this summer, but experts said that the problem was unlikely to end entirely until the temperature drops.

Wang Zhengcai, an official from one of the affected villages, said authorities had warned people to be careful if they enter the woods. Local authorities have also promised to help patients pay for the treatment, because of the heavy cost for the rural poor.

The culprit appears to be the Asian giant hornet or Vespa mandarinia, which grows up to 5cm long with a 6mm sting, although the area is also home to the smaller Asian hornet, Vespa velutina nigrithorax.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

So How Was the Guat?

There is no picture.

In fact, I went to find a picture for my diminutive of Guatemala. I quickly found out that Urban Dictionnary defines it as racist.

You know what I'm tired of? Shortened versions of country names being considered racist. I really can't stand that shit. To me it screams ignorance. It's like a fucking ignorance cake with ignorance ice cream.

The problem isn't the word, it's how it's used. 

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Too Many Coincidences: Irony-rama!

Today, I found it ironic that on the anniversary of the World Trade Center thing, there was an uproar about civil servants not being allowed to jam their religion beliefs down our throats.

That was plenty enough for me to digest.

I was later informed that today was also the anniversary day for Slayer's appropriately-named 8th album, God Hates Us All. It literally came out on September 11th, 2001!

To commemorate this triple crown, I share with you God Send Death from that very album:

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Monday, September 9, 2013

Sunday, September 8, 2013

The Importance of Hockey in Dallas

Dallas, Texas... Dallas, fucking, texas. Some would say this is the birthplace of hockey, and of hockey tradition. It's a place where every child takes to the ice and plays hockey outside with their friends... I mean.. what kid from Texas hasn't dreamed of someday hoisting the Stanley Cup in the air and screaming: "Yeeeeeeeeeeee-haaaaaaaaaawwwww!!!"

I went to the website of the Dallas Stars and this is the first thing that popped up. It's a video that definitely has its place alongside Maurice Richard scoring 50 goals in a single season.

God Bless America.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

I thought this should be reported to the proper blogging authority. There.

Le premier parfum à l'odeur de vagin : Vulva by Spi0n Yes. Nowadays, for you, the people of our generations and the other degenerates yet to come, creeps are not only the norm, they are glorified in ads that aim to sell perfume smelling like genitalia. This is our world. I sincerely believe those who continue living in it are insane, and the ones ending their lives are the only ones showing any trace of good sense. I sincerely believe this.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013