Category Archives: fuck the police

Really hate somebody? Send them some elephant shit through the mail

1 Elephant shit sent through mail

Yes, that’s right, ship them a big box of elephant poop, right to their front door. The site also offers cow dung or gorilla dung too, if you’re feeling spicy. I don’t know whether I would be more upset or just impressed that somebody hates me enough to pay 15$ for a literal piece of shit.

Send some shit HERE

1 when somebody asks me something i like

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I can barely watch it

No, not because of the awful song; because it’s horrifyingly stupid.

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NYC weed delivery services see huge spike in business in Hurricane Sandy aftermath

In the after effects of Hurricane Sandy, pot dealers throughout NYC, especially Brooklyn, are reporting huge spikes in sales. Apparently, when public transportation is down, electricity is off, and the cops have much better things to do, people in dark apartments who have nothing to do tend to want to get high. Who would have thought?

“I did 34 calls today,” said a salesperson from a popular weed delivery service — who we’ll call Sam — to ANIMAL last night in Bushwick. “That might be a record.” The herbal courier attributed the uptick in business to a daily exodus of pot-seeking Manhattanites.

With power still out in neighborhoods like the East Village and Lower East Side and absolutely no outages right across the river in Williamsburg and Bushwick, Brooklyn has become an important staging area.”A lot of people from Manhattan are going to their friends’ apartments in Brooklyn to buy their weed. We’re almost sold out.”

“You should probably stock up,” said Sam, as he displayed the “medium” (5.2 grams for $120) and “large” (7 grams for $200) glass jars with names like “Sister Chem” and “OG Kush.” Note: These are normal prices for this particular service and since weed delivery services engage in price gouging as a matter of routine business, they didn’t tack on any storm-related costs.

While shuffling through the various strains for the four or so minutes that the transaction took place, his phone rang two times from two different customers.

“This is crazy,” he while shuffling out the door to make another delivery. “I’ve never seen it like this.”


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This monkey wants out

Unscrew the bolts and lets run away together!

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In Sweden, File Sharing is essentially a religion, introducing Kopimism.

In Sweden this year a government agency registered a new religion, Kopimism. At the core beliefs and values of this new religion is one very important and interesting belief, the holy belief in file sharing. For those who don’t know Sweden is kind of the center of illegal downloads and file sharing, as many websites that allow worldwide file sharing are based out of Sweden where copyright laws are rarely enforced. This new religion, which already has over 8,000 members on it’s website, should be an interested curveball thrown to legislators and production companies who attempt to utilize copyright laws.

STOCKHOLM — People almost everywhere are file sharing these days, using computers to download music, films, books or other materials, often ignoring copyrights. In Sweden, however, it is a religion. Really.

Even as this Scandinavian country, like other nations across Europe, bows to pressure from big media concerns to stop file sharing, a Swedish government agency this year registered as a bona fide religion a church whose central dogma is that file sharing is sacred.

“For me it is a kind of believing in deeper values than worldly values,” said Isak Gerson, a philosophy student at Uppsala University who helped found the church in 2010 and bears the title chief missionary. “You have it in your backbone.”

Kopimism — the name comes from a Swedish spelling of the words “copy me” — claims more than 8,000 faithful who have signed up on the church’s Web site. It has applied for the right to perform marriages and to receive subsidies awarded to religious organizations by the state, and it has bid, thus far unsuccessfully, to buy a church building, even though most church activities are conducted online.

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