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George Zimmerman to give Speech in Ferguson, MO.

Written By Bill Hourly on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 | 12:59 AM

Recent events in Ferguson, MO have inspired many people from around the US to travel to the "Show Me State."  One of the most recent and surprising  announcements is that George Zimmerman would also be traveling to Ferguson to give a speech and help improve the situation.

Despite numerous attempts, the OHD staff was unable to get a hold of Zimmerman for an interview, but did confirm that he would be traveling to Missouri.  The staff was able to get a hold of one of Zimmerman's representatives for a Skype interview.

Shooting Spree in Desert Hot Springs, CA - Man Mistakes Meth Addicts for Zombies

Written By Bill Hourly on Saturday, August 23, 2014 | 1:34 PM

Desert Hot Springs, CA - Known for it's skin-searing heat, history of UFO lore, and high concentration of meth addicts, DHS was recently the scene of an unfortunate accident.

Anti-Obama KKK Member Tired of "Racist" Label

Written By Bill Hourly on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 | 7:08 AM

James Kisten, a 47-year-old Texas native and proud member of the Kux Klux Klan has recently decided to go public with his outcry against unfair racist labeling.

"So the other day I got a reply to the 7th "look Obama is a monkey" chain email I sent that day and my liberal sister replied, calling me a racist.  But why am I a racist?  Because I love America?  Because I believe in the Constitution? Really, I just think she's bitter because I would never let her date a black guy.

"I would in fact say that the N****rs I work with are the racists because they don't laugh when I throw the N word around.  For one, I don't exactly say it everyday and if these guys ever listened to rap they'd know that N****r rappers sorta use this word too, so why can't I?  So really, all this "racist" accusation is nonsense.  I'm just a good American boy whose objectively tired Obama's policies, and I wish N****rs didn't think I was racist just because I don't like Obama.

When asked if he felt that the confederate flag shirt, hat and tattoos might also give the impression that he was a racist he replied,  "The Southern States aren't racist at all and the Civil War was really about States' Rights not slavery.  People lose focus on that.  The South simply wanted more sovereignty for the States and less federal involvement.  And take this situation with illegals coming here from South America and other parts of Mexico. They think they can come here just because their ancestors crossed the Asian-American border 13,000 years before Europeans arrived here and enlightened them.

"But in fact, Southern states like Texas worked hard to get the federal government to act on behalf of the States and earning the Southwestern states by taking it from the B*****s and increasing the number of slave-owning states.  In fact, I'd say Mexicans still owe us reparations for the cost of that war."

Fox News Anchor Megyn Kelly and Dick Cheney Exchange Insults Over Iraq War

Written By Bradley J. Berger on Friday, June 20, 2014 | 9:54 AM

Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly took on Dick Cheney in a heated debate in her show on Wednesday.  The debate centered around a recent column by Cheney,  published in the New York Post.  The column was critical of President Obama's handling of the Iraq War, which Cheney feels like fed into the current uprising of the militant group Isis.  The debate surprised many industry insiders because of Fox New's long standing policy to blindly supporting conservative values and candidates. 

Here are some excepts from the interview:  

Kelly: You said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. You said we would be greeted as liberators. You said the insurgency was in the last throes, back in 2005. And you said after our intervention that extremists would have to 'rethink their strategy of jihad.' Now with almost $1 trillion spent there, with 4,500 American lives lost there, what do you say to those who say, "You were so wrong about so much at the expense of so many?"

Cheney: Yeah, sorry about all that.  I was pissed off at the time.  It was all pillow talk, like when you're really drunk and trying to get a girl into bed.  With a stiff dick you're liable to say anything.  We had a real hard-on for Saddam so we did what we had to.  But wait a minute, you guys made up just as much insane bullshit as we did.  Half time I'd flip on Fox News and be like, 'Goddamn. I wish I would have thought of that.' 

Kelly:  You mentioned the Status Forces Agreement and Obama has taken a lot of heat for not negotiating that...however critics point out that it was President Bush that did sign the deal that said we would get troops out by 2011.

Cheney: Bullshit and lies.  Why would Bushy do something like that?  Do you know how much Halliburton made off this war?  I was like Scrooge McDuck for awhile there?  Sure there was some collateral damage but Iraq was pure profit.  I'd do it again in a heart beat just for the oil reserves.  I'm sure you make a good living but you can't possibly imagine the kind of green I'm talking about. 

Kelly:  Do you think President Obama is Dangerous?

Cheney: Holy fuck.  Is this still Fox News?  You're really busting my balls here.  You guys usually have my back on everything so I'm not prepared for this bullshit. Glen Beck used to draw Swastikas on a chalkboard for fuck's sake.  I shot someone in the face and no one gave two shits.  Now I come on and you're riding me like a $2 Taiwanese hooker during mating season.  What gives?

Kelly: There is a new election coming up Mr. Cheney.  We need to position ourselves as moderate for now. The polls show that people forget everything.  They'll forget that we blindly supported the war.  They'll forget that we gave you and Bush our full support and lied and manipulated information to sway public opinion.  They'll only remember that we stood up for what's right when our ratings needed it most.  

Cheney:  So it's just 'fuck you Cheney and Bush' then?  

Kelly:  Pretty much.  Don't blame me.  I barely even know what's going on.  I just read the teleprompter.  

Cheney:  Well shiiiiit.

The full interview can be seen courtesy of Fox News at the link below:

Nation in Shock as Facebook Outage Forces Human Interaction

Written By Bradley J. Berger on Thursday, June 19, 2014 | 9:49 AM

San Francisco, CA: Panic set in this morning as Facebook users across America attempted to log in, and were greeted with a message stating that the social media giant was unavailable.   The outage only lasted 20 minutes, but many found it difficult to cope with the realities of a world without social media.  Many upset users were forced to find alternate means of communications.

Lexus, a 20-year-old college Junior, says that the outage made her life unnecessarily difficult and that Facebook owes its users an apology.

"I had to like, call my mom today to wish her a happy birthday," said Lexus.  "It was literally, like, an absolute nightmare.  She wanted to talk forever about how things were going in school and she like, kept asking me about my professors and if I was doing alright and blah, blah blah.  She told me she loved me.  O-M-G!  It was like I fell asleep and woke up in the 90's.  Yuck!  Talking to people is so overrated.  That's what Facebook is for!  Facebook really pissed me off this time."

Micheal Di Carlo also struggled to adjust during the outage.  He says his morning routine was ruined because of the difficulties he had trying to communicate with his friends.

"I worked out this morning and couldn't exaggerate the results and post them to my wall.  What a wasted workout.  Facebook really let me down.  How else am I going to feed my ego and try to get people to like me?  I had an inspirational quote by some dead philosopher I never heard of, and a picture of my new spray-tan all ready to go.  I had to call all of my friends one-by-one and tell them how awesome my massive biceps are.  It really sucks that Facebook can't get it's shit together."

At least one user doesn't believe Facebook is responsible for the outage.  Terry Dale says that there may be more at work than a downed server.

"Do you really expect me to believe that Obama is not behind this?  I guess my constant stream of anti-Obama posts finally got to him."  


Top Ten Most Effective Birth Control Methods for Men 2014

Written By Bradley J. Berger on Wednesday, June 18, 2014 | 12:08 PM

The San Fernando Valley School of Medicine has released the findings of a year long study regarding the effectiveness of various forms of contraception.  The study involved 300 men, ages 18-35, from all income levels and ethnic backgrounds.  The research involved extensive field testing of the most popular birth control methods and statistical analysis of national heath records. 

Top 10 Most Effective Forms of Birth Control 2014:

1. Rear entry 
2. Pulling out at the last possible second
3. Being an asshole that no one wants to have sex with
4. Oral sex 
5. Hand jobs
6. Sex with other men
7. Sex with women over 75
8. Sex with a vacuum
9. Binge drinking and passing out
10. Warcraft T-Shirts

Lead researcher Martin Henry feels the public needs to be aware of the all the risks before deciding on a method of contraception.  He hopes this study will be a useful tool for those looking to prevent unwanted pregnancies.

"We hope that this study will help to reduce the growing number of unwanted children being born everyday in the US," said Henry.  "The more informed people are, the easier it will be to curb the issues at hand.  Take me for example.  I've done it in dark allies, the back seat of a stranger's car and in the bathroom at Denny's.  Hell, I even once made love to six hookers and a homeless man in Vegas.  I've always felt that condoms are too expensive, and take away from the overall experience. That's why I've never used one. Yet I feel safe. Why? Because I chose the back door.  I hope that this study opens people's eyes and helps to reduce some of the high risk behaviors they may be currently involved in.  Anal sex is safe, clean and every bit as effective of giving you a quality orgasm."

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