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Taken from the album BAKTERIA - Defecate! Suffocate! Mutilate!, out November 13th 2009 on Anstalt Records!
2 Oct 2009
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UNICEF's Lopa Kothari reports on how a mobile cinema is changing minds about female genital mutilation/cutting in Mali.
7 Apr 2010
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Dark Comedic Short Film Starring Dito Montiel as the Amputee. Brilliant. Simple. Elegantly Retarded. Directed by Vince Blackhawk Aamodt. Written and Edited by Hayes Phillips. Music by HazardLosAngeles. Produced by BillyChuckfist and Partners.
13 Dec 2006
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Unnecessary, unfair and ill chosen censorship is MORE damaging than what the aim of censorship is in the first place! won't somebody think of the children!? we get so caught up in what we *think* is PROTECTING people from "bad" things, we horribly abuse the power of censorship, and in so doing we break it's very purpose of protection and make things worse!
2 Apr 2011
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Angry scenes badly beaten
4 Apr 2008
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The story Pete Hottelet, a man who liked a movie so much, he bought the rights to a fake product from that movie and made it real. Free Internet Superstar Daily and Weekly Video Podcast on iTunes: ******* Revision3 Facebook Fan Page: ******* For more visit: *******revision3****/internetsuperstar
19 Sep 2008
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This Hot Stamping machine collection spreads, drying, bonds to a body, the working procedure strongly, the ease of operation, the hot drum picks the oil used to heat up the negative pressure type, heats up stably even, after causes bronzed the end product, the quality is good, the reliability is high, the drying room then begins the production. Technical parameter: Voltage 380V (three-phase) electric current : 50HZ Print area: 1800mm Imprint speed : 5-80meter / min Main engine power: The 3kw frequency conversion velocity modulation Receives the volume power: The 1.5kw necessary magnetism sticks a coupling Minute exhausted power: 1.5kw frequency conversion velocity modulation thermal rating: The 1.2kw electricity heat pipe necessary is automatic warm controls the meter
18 Dec 2009
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15 Oct 2012
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BOORAMA, northwest Somalia, 27 February 2013 – Ten-year-old Kheiriya has a secret. The secret is that, unlike most girls her age in Boorama, she has not been circumcised. The soft-spoken girl is scared to let others know.
17 Mar 2013
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BOORAMA, northwest Somalia, 27 February 2013 – Ten-year-old Kheiriya has a secret. The secret is that, unlike most girls her age in Boorama, she has not been circumcised. The soft-spoken girl is scared to let others know.
17 Mar 2013
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Be louder, be clearer and bring the voices against female genital mutiliation or cutting into the public sphere, says a new UNICEF report. Priyanka Pruthi reports on the most comprehensive compilation of data and analysis on this issue to date.
23 Jul 2013
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Are there vampires? Who was actually Dracula?How did he die and where is his body? I shall try to answer these questions here because he originally was a man who lived and died just like anybody in the borders of the Ottoman Empire and hi shead was burried in Istanbul where I live.Briefly he was educated in the Ottoman empire to be a prince of Rumenia After he was sent to his country he had an unjust way of ruling and made very bad things to people around him including Romenians, Bulgarians and Turks like drinking their bloods.Finally he rebelled to Turks and he was killed in a war and his head was cut and brought to Istanbul and buried in the famous street of Karaköy named "the Street of Banks "or with old name "The prince street" . I decided to explain these facts to your esteemed side because may be some historicians who are interested with this case and have relations with Turkey may try to find his head . Vampires are mythological or folkloric creatures believed to subsist on human blood. In folklore, the term usually refers to the blood-drinking humans of Eastern European legends.Vampires are a frequent subject of fictional books and films, however, the main source for today's popular vampire belief seems to have originated in Transylvania, the home of Prince Vlad the Impaler. Vlad Tepes, the ruler of Carpatia is a historical figure who is very well known in Turkey for his murders against the Ottoman Turks. Dracula means "the son of the Devil' which is Dracul in Romanian. His way of o using long sticks to have prisoners killed , gave him the name "Vlad the Impaler" or "Kazıklı Voyvoda" in Turkish. Vlad Dracula when he was a small child firstly was brought to the Ottoman palace in Edirne --west Turkey- to be educated and to be sent as a governer to Romania .His best friend was the small Sultan Mehmet 2. who would conquer Istanbul later .Two genius children had language,sword,horse riding and leadership lessons for years together and they also became blood brothers.In 1451 he was sent back as a prince to rule Rumenia.In the beginning everything was going very good. He was very close to Ottoman Empire but later some noble Rumenian nationalists wanted to see him as their leader of free Rumenia .Meanwhile he began using alcohol ,lost his justice ruling to people and developed unbelievable persecution methods. His method of torture was a horse attached to each of the victim's legs while a sharpened stick was gradually forced into the body. The end of the stake was usually oiled, and care was taken that the stake not be too sharp; else the victim might die too rapidly from shock. There are claims that thousands of people were killed by sticks at a single time. One such claim says 30,000 were sticked The list of tortures made by him are :nails in heads, cutting off of limbs, blinding, burning, cutting off of noses and ears, mutilation of sexual organs (especially in the case of women), scalping, skinning, exposure to the elements or to animals, and boiling alive. The people also believed that he used to drink human blood to gain devilish powers.E.G. he would have lunch in front of a thousand impaled and slowly dying prisoners Lastly he had the hats of the Ottoman ambassadors nailed on to their heads and Sultan Mehmet 2 decided to get rid of him. Finally Vlad III the Impaler was killed in battle against the Ottoman near Bucharest in December of 1476. Vlad's head was cut off by the Turks .His head was sent to Istanbul and preserved in honey, where the sultan had it displayed on a stick as proof that Dracula was dead. He was reportedly buried at a monastery located near Bucharest, yet the exact place of his burial remains unknown, as excavations at Snagov monastery, usually mentioned as his final resting place, have found no human remains. Now as I told in the beginning there is a street in the famous district of Istanbul named "Bankalar Caddesi"(The street of banks").Its old name was Voyvoda(voievode or prince ) street.Voyvoda was the name given to Romanian princes and it is believed that his head is burried here. So if some historicians are interested with this case and have relations with Turkey may try to find his head and seek it here .For your information. Best Regards
10 May 2007
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A twisted serial killer mutilates his victims so that their corpses appear as characters in classic fairy tales. MERCILESS is a unique and chilling novel of suspense by Richard Montanari.
31 Jul 2007
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A most unusual monster movie! Taking after American drive-in delights, Terror in the Midnight Sun is a Swedish made giant creature flick that has everything one would expect and a little more: aliens, mutilated livestock, scantily clad girls. But also: skiing, Laplanders, and Swedes. A tour of beautiful Sweden above the arctic circle, Terror in the Midnight Sun is at first a romp through chilly winter sports and then a meteor strikes bringing a terrifyingly funny (and unforgettable) monster that’s out to kill everyone. Echoing Frankenstein, a Laplander lynch mob is formed to tackle the colossal beast in a smashing climax! Terror in the Midnight Sun was also chopped and ruined by American filmmakers and renamed Invasion of the Animal People. This is the original Swedish version.
20 Nov 2007
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Northern Uganda has endured 20 years of brutal civil war – a conflict that enslaved thousands of child soldiers and created 1.6 million refugees. A fragile ceasefire has existed since the summer of 2006 and the country is now looking to the international community to help solve the many problems created by war: the cult-like Lord’s Resistance Army perpetrated massacres and mutilations, forcing girls to be sex slaves and brainwashing the boys to become brutal killers. Aid agencies such as Plan Canada are now helping to rebuild the communities and infrastructure destroyed by 2 decades of turmoil and unrest.
8 Mar 2008
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(1853-1890) Vincent van Gogh was born near Brabant, the son of a minister. In 1869, he got a position at the art dealers, Goupil and Co. in The Hague, through his uncle, and worked with them until he was dismissed from the London office in 1873. He worked as a schoolmaster in England (1876), before training for the ministry at Amsterdam University (1877). After he failed to get a post in the Church, he went to live as an independent missionary among the Borinage miners. He was largely self-taught as an artist, although he received help from his cousin, Mauve. His first works were heavily painted, mud-colored and clumsy attempts to represent the life of the poor (e.g. Potato-Eaters, 1885, Amsterdam), influenced by one of his artistic heroes, Millet. He moved to Paris in 1886, living with his devoted brother, Theo, who as a dealer introduced him to artists like Gauguin, Pissarro, Seurat and Toulouse-Lautrec. In Paris, he discovered color as well as the divisionist ideas which helped to create the distinctive dashed brushstrokes of his later work (e.g. Pere Tanguy, 1887, Paris). He moved to Arles, in the south of France, in 1888, hoping to establish an artists' colony there, and was immediately struck by the hot reds and yellows of the Mediterranean, which he increasingly used symbolically to represent his own moods (e.g. Sunflowers, 1888, London, National Gallery). He was joined briefly by Gauguin in October 1888, and managed in some works to combine his own ideas with the latter's Synthetism (e.g. The Sower, 1888, Amsterdam), but the visit was not a success. A final argument led to the infamous episode in which Van Gogh mutilated his ear. In 1889, he became a voluntary patient at the St. Remy asylum, where he continued to paint, often making copies of artists he admired. His palette softened to mauves and pinks, but his brushwork was increasingly agitated, the dashes constructed into swirling, twisted shapes, often seen as symbolic of his mental state (e.g. Ravine, 1889, Otterlo). He moved to Auvers, to be closer to Theo in 1890 - his last 70 days spent in a hectic program of painting. He died, having sold only one work, following a botched suicide attempt. His life is detailed in a series of letters to his brother (published 1959).
2 May 2008
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