Throughout history and all over the world hundreds of giant skeletons have been discovered, unearthed, recorded, and in recent times photographed and preserved for posterity. Thanks to suppression and censorship by the Smithsonian and other establishment organizations, however, most people are completely unaware of these amazing discoveries: http://www.atlanteanconspiracy.com/20…
Published on Oct 18, 2016 by Moby
Thanks to ZG for sending this…Sad but so true. Please take heed!
WHO WILL PAY THE PECKER CHECKER?There are important questions to be answered about this LGBT bathroom legislation and transgenders being able to use a restroom of the gender that they “identify” with.Will public restrooms be required to have a Genital Inspection Station posted at the entrance to all public restrooms?Who will have to pay these Pecker Checkers and Vaginal Badgers, the people using the restroom, or the entity that owns the restroom?And how much money will a Pecker Checker be paid to check peckers?Or, do we pay a Pecker Checker by the number of peckers checked by each Pecker Checker?How many peckers can a Pecker Checker check if a Pecker Checker could check peckers?And will women be able to wear a Vaginal Badge that certifies their gender so they may bypass repeated inspections by the Vaginal Badgers?What has this country come to when the U.S. Department of Labor has to create a new job description of Politically Correct RestroomService Inspectors?Want to guess their motto………..???“If you gotta pee – We gotta see!”
This video was a parody that opened a talk at the Church Leaders Conference encouraging people to see past the stereotypes and recognizing the unique potential that millennials have!
If you are going through these times with your eyes open, there is always reason to have a good laugh.
Created entirely with stock footage, This Is a Generic Presidential Campaign Ad reunites the team behind This Is a Generic Brand Video.
As the 2016 presidential election cycle has progressed, dozens of candidates have released their campaign ads. And though there are a few differences from the left wing to the right, they have a lot in common. In fact, these predictable, formulaic approaches to video editing have drawn comparisons to our own all-purpose corporate promo, This Is a Generic Brand Video, written by Kendra Eash:https://www.dissolve.com/generic.
We didn’t think it fair that media commentators had to reference our corporate video — why not give them an actual generic campaign ad? So we asked Kendra to provide her wry, absurdist take on presidential promotion. The result is a blatantly pandering, verbally vacuous piece of political parody.
At the end of each year, National Geographic rounds up its best photos – and here we will take a look at 20 of them. Every day throughout the year, National Geographic releases a Photo of the Day – some classic, others quirky, but they always select an image with a story to tell. In their pick for 20 of the best photos, this year, they selected photographs with the most shares, likes and comments from the social sphere. 1. Cracking the Surface, Lake Baikal Photographer Alexey Trofimov, captured quite an unusual picture of the ice, here. He writes that the ‘ice on Lake Baikal is a very interesting phenomenon.’ 2. The Village, Hungary This photograph was taken by Gabor Dvornik, who lives half a mile from The Village, which is set on a natural reserve in Sződliget Hungary. While the air in this place is special every season, it is especially rare to have a nice, mist day. ‘It was utterly ghostly and very moody out there’ he writes.