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This time Russian photoshop artists decided to touch the traditional masterpieces to imagine how they could look like when some more life was added to them to open up the motion behind the classic stills

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Passive Aggressive Note Protects Pregnant Wife from Stoners

Poor John in 3A. His East Village tenement is a pretty hip place to raise a family, but gosh diddly darn it, his reefer-toking neighbors sure are harshing his pregnant wife's vibe. So he drew this thorough note to let these burnouts know that when they're watching Dark Side of the Oz pulling bong rips through the night, they're also giving his unborn son emphysema. Of course, from their point of view, they're actually helping that little fetus mellow out inside his mother's already uptight womb. Not that anyone ever leaves them a thank you note for sharing their dank buzz! After receiving this missive, we somehow envision them kneeling down with the bong to shotgun their domesticated neighbors through the crack under the door. [The Luxury Spot via Animal]

Could math help communities manage sex offenders?

A new mathematical model could help communities that are in the midst of passing or reforming sex offender laws quantify risk and address issues of special concern. The model is designed to help policymakers focus on the spatial management of sex offenders and not mere punitive measures.
"A lot of local policies are knee-jerk reactions," says Tony Grubesic, a geographer at Indiana University who helped develop the model. "As a result, communities may actually expose themselves to a net-greater risk than in the absence of a law."
Full story at Futurity.

NY woman awarded $3.5m after doc gives her ‘four boobs’

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NEW YORK - A woman in the US has been awarded 3.5 million dollars after a botched boob job ruined her life.
Forty six year old Maria Alaimo, from Staten Island, had undergone a plastic surgery in 2003, but it turned out to be disastrous.
Dr. Keith Berman botched the breast lift and augmentation leaving Alaimo in an embarrassing condition known as “double bubble deformities.”
“It appears like there’s two breasts [on each side] stacked on top of each other,” the New York Post quoted Alaimo’s lawyer Michael Kuharski as saying.
The botched surgery had a negative impact on her marriage.
Kuharski added: “She slept in a different room, she’s depressed, she lost her self-esteem. She ultimately pushed her husband away to the extent that he filed for divorce.”
However, Alaimo hopes she will be able to inspire other women like her to come forward.
She said: “I hope this will give other women in the same position the courage to come forward.”

101-year-old woman sprouts horns

Whether she’s nicknamed the “unicorn lady” or “devil woman” (although, unicorn sounds far more desirable), Zhang Ruifang of Linlou, China has created quite a stir because of the horns growing out of her head. A strange growth began developing on the 101-year-old woman’s forehead last year and eventually sprouted into a six centimeter long horn. Now, another growth seems to be developing on the other side of her head. Doctors believe the abnormal growths could be cutaneous horns, funnel-shaped tumors that are most common in elderly people.
Full story and more info at and BuzzFeed.

Woman crashes car while shaving bikini line

Forget texting and driving, the latest danger on U.S. highways is groin grooming while behind the wheel. Cops in Florida busted a 37-year-old woman for shaving her bikini area from the driver’s seat after she crashed into the back of another car while traveling at 45 mph. Eeks, talk about razor burn!
Full story at Florida Keys News.

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Man Wages Guerrilla Warfare Against Credit Card Industry

John Clinton Tuttle of Seattle, Wash. is waging guerrilla warfare against high interest rates and other depredations of the credit card industry. He's literally sticking it to 'em -- he's launched a campaign to encourage angry consumers to put bank-bashing stickers on ATMs.

"The credit card business is unethical," said Tuttle, 60, who told HuffPost he put 40 stickers on ATMs in Seattle last Thursday. The stickers say "Stand up to the rich bankers!" and direct ATM customers to Tuttle's website,, where he makes the case for five basic reforms for the credit card industry, including a 15 percent interest rate cap, better disclosure of rates and fees, and clearer contracts.

Tuttle enlisted the support of Georgie Bright Kunkel, who stars in three YouTube videos promoting the site. In one video, Kunkel, 89, swings a baseball bat, saying, "We can put an end to these evil, evil lending practices!" In another, she posts a flier on a Bank of America ATM.

"I've never posted a flier in my entire life. It's my first time!" says Kunkel in the video. "That makes me a flier-posting virgin!"

Tuttle, a retired public transit supervisor and former bus driver, told HuffPost that his antipathy for credit cards started 20 years ago when his wife was fighting a brain tumor.

"She was off work so we got into credit card debt," said Tuttle. "I had kids who were three years old and five years old...It was just that I was in debt and I was sinking and they wouldn't help me out on the interest."

The PBS series "The Secret History of the Credit Card" crystallized his view that somebody needed to take a stand against the industry. But Tuttle said he didn't take action until after the president signed credit card reform into law last year.

"I thought when Obama won, that would be the end of it. I thought there would be real credit card reform," he said. "When the law passed in May, I saw that it was another joke. They pretended like it was reform but they were just tweaking the fine print. The real sign is the vote in the Senate -- 90 to 5. That's total baloney."

The credit card reform law will take effect on Feb. 22. While it prohibits things like arbitrary interest-rate hikes on existing balances, it doesn't cap interest rates, and it won't necessarily make credit card contracts much easier to read. And there are other sneaky things credit card issuers can do despite the new law.
Tuttle said that he has climbed out of credit card debt and is in the process of moving his money out of Chase bank to a local credit union.

The 7 Weirdest Things Women Do to Their Vaginas

Andy Wright has a fascinating, and disturbing piece up at AlterNet detailing the "6 weirdest things women do to their vaginas:"
What's wrong with your vagina? If you answered "nothing," you're probably wrong. According to the beauty-industrial complex, it's ugly, and it smells bad. But don't worry-- there's nothing that money can't fix.
She runs through six potential "problems," and the radical lengths some women go to "fix" their vaginas. They range from the cheap and cosmetic (vaginal deodorant, $3.99) to expensive surgical alterations (vaginal rejuvenation, $20,000.)
The procedures Wright lists are bizarre and troubling, but she leaves off one of the weirdest approaches to vaginal beauty I've heard of recently: gluing shiny things on your vadge.
In Jennifer Love Hewitt's new dating book, she apparently devotes a whole chapter to the subject. Here's Hewitt on 'Lopez Tonight':
"After a breakup, a friend of mine Swarovski-crystalled my precious lady," she said. "It shined like a disco ball so I have a whole chapter in there on how women should vagazzle their vajayjays."

How do you carry an iPad? [comic]

With a size somewhere between an iPhone and a netbook, the iPad doesn’t exactly slip into your back pocket, so figuring out where to stick your latest gadget can be a tricky endeavor. Luckily, The Joy of Tech has envisioned some creative options that don’t require sewing a giant pocket on to the front of your Fruit of the Looms.

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You Know You’re Getting Old When…


…going bra-less pulls all the wrinkles out of your face.

…your lover mentions going up stairs to have sex and you reply, “I can’t do both sweet-cheeks.”

…it’s the doctor and not the cops telling you to slow down.

…a hot chick walks by your house wearing a bikini and your pace maker opens the garage door.

…”getting lucky” means no accidents on the way to the bathroom.

…you don’t care where your spouse goes, just so long as you don’t have to go with.

…people check for a pulse when you take a nap while watching a movie.

…you are dating someone half your age and you aren’t breaking any laws.

…you sing along with elevator music.

…your ears are heavier than your head.

…you enjoy hearing about your friends operations.

…you bought the “extended cable package” for the weather channel.

…you get in a heated argument about your pension plan.