And this is different from bear night, how?
Oooh boy. We told you about 'furries' before. These are people who have a fetish for anthropomorphic cartoon animals. This fetish includes not only pen and ink drawings and animation, but that guy in the Sylvester suit at Great America better watch his tail too. This site specializes the fetish ( sort of fetish2 ) by focusing on 'buxom, plump, fat, full, or overstuffed' furries.
Ummm, Take two?
Shades of Capricorn One. There have long been whispers that we never really went to the moon, that the whole lunar program was actually faked on some soundstage. Well, if you wait long enough, the truth will always find its way to the surface.
Absolutely shocking. Now if that footage of Elvis and JFK's gay porno would just get released...
It almost makes you want to actually snail mail a letter
Waaay back in September of '04 we told you about a pilot program over at Stamps.com where you could have stamps made from your own photographs. We also suggested that perhaps some folk might be inclined to use the service to order stamps that were not 'appropriate.' We of course, being upright and virtuous members of society, frown on such behavior, and we'd never, ever suggest that you order a sheet of Eric Rudolph stamps. Or that you drop us a line c/o this mag using them. That would be very, very wrong, and very, very, very cool.
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Despite the fact that the User Agreement for Stamps.com clearly states that you won't use the service to make stamps that have famous or notorious people, or that are scandalous or pornographic, the folks at TheSmokingGun.com got these beauties through the trial run last year. Surely our readers could do better ( if they weren't such upright and virtuous members of society who would never, ever engage in such behavior ) . If Stamps.com decides your stamps are scandalous, they'll charge you $10 and you don't get the stamps. Subtlety, my children, subtlety.