This is incredible. First off, most people wouldn't even care about some dead snakes, but this guy did.   Second off,

Who says one person can't make a difference?

I've built some boats myself, but this, this  is just ....  impressive.
a kayak that's a submarine!

Does your car have a pup holder?

The plot thickens.  Way long ago all the dinosaurs died, and just before that, all the bees died, just like they're doing now.   

Hooray for the Red Brigade. Sometimes a good ass-kicking is what people need.  These ladies bring it.

Judges in Iran are devout Muslims have shit for brains so they sentenced some guys to dress up like women. That, y'unnerstand, will humiliate them unbearably.  ROFL, didn't work. Check it out, some of these guys are hot!

Here's a song I like
Somebody claimed there aren't many good protest songs now, like back in the day, when the women and children 'we' killed were in Vietnam. He could be right, I don't get out much. Half the songs then were protest songs and they gave a lot of momentum to the antiwar movement. That was before our Sith Lords figured out to get control of the media.


Yeh, this one's for the workers who toil night and day
By hand and by brain to earn your pay
Who for centuries long past for no more than your bread
Have bled for your countries and counted your dead

In the factories and mills, in the shipyards and mines
We've often been told to keep up with the times
For our skills are not needed, they've streamlined the job
And with sliderule and stopwatch our pride they have robbed

We're the first ones to starve, we're the first ones to die
The first ones in line for that pie-in-the-sky
And we're always the last when the cream is shared out
For the worker is working when the fat cat's about

And when the sky darkens and the prospect is war
Who's given a gun and then pushed to the fore
And expected to die for the land of our birth
Though we've never owned one lousy handful of earth?

All of these things the worker has done
From tilling the fields to carrying the gun
We've been yoked to the plough since time first began
And always expected to carry the can

-Dropkick Murphys

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