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“Mind Your Own Business”

(REPOSTED AS A COURTESY AND IN SUPPORT OF THIS EFFORT BY ANEMIC ROYALTY, GOOD LUCK, AND THANK YOU, – OuteasY)

Have you seen this? Unbelievable! PETA, The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has jumped on the “Bash Britney Spears” wagon and is calling for estranged husband, Kevin Federline to petition the California Family Court for him to take custody of Britney’s Yorkshire Terrier; “London.” Listen, nobody is a bigger animal fan than me, and most particularly with dogs, but this is way over the top! It is totally inexcusable for PETA to glum onto the publicity of two dubious Hollywood “stars” in the midst of obvious personal strife to advance an agenda beyond the non-profit’s recognized Mission Statement. If PETA really cares about the welfare of London, and if concern is warranted, tact and existing law is the due course of action, well known to PETA, and not a shameful and scandalous “blast fax” around the universe via the Internet. I am truly ashamed of my past dealings with PETA, and urge all to read and sign, if you will, my petition titled and located here: “PETA, Mind Your Own Business.”

I am no big Britney Spears or Kevin Federline fan, but I believe there is far too much intrusion to our personal lives of late, and surely PETA is loose from the belfry in this regard. Grow up, PETA, and get a life.

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Click to Enlarge – PETA’s letter of October 4 to Kevin Federline:

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***ANEMIC ROYALTY MOST CERTAINLY ASCRIBES TO THE PREMISE OF “EQUAL TIME,” ALTHOUGH, THIS COMMON COURTESY HAS NOT BEEN RECIPROCATED AT “THE PETA FILES BLOG.” NOTWITHSTANDING, HERE IS A LINK TO THEIR SITE, AND ARTICLE OF POSITION TITLED; “HELP US OUT K-FED”

“EVERYBODY IS UP TO SOMETHING, heY!”

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Click this Pic for the PETA, MYOB Documentation and Petition.

Thank you,

~ X Anemi

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Official Republican Party Ornament

The symbol of the Republican Party is the elephant. In the spring of 1874, the New York Herald printed an editorial raising the cry of Caesarism against President Ulysses S. Grant. The Herald falsely believed that Grant would attempt to run for an unprecedented third term in 1876.

Herald editorial writers apparently felt this would have overthrown the unwritten rule that presidents served only two terms, making Grant a dictator. Despite its falseness and rumors that the Herald had printed the editorial only to gain publicity, the idea was used by Democrats that year to scare Republican voters away from the party in Congressional elections.

About the same time, the New York Herald concocted another scheme to increase its circulation. The paper printed a fabricated story that wild animals had escaped from the Central Park Zoo and were roaming the city looking for prey.

Seeing an opportunity to use both the Caesarism charge and the animal scare, cartoonist Thomas Nast produced a cartoon which appeared in Harper’s Weekly on November 7, 1874. Nast drew a donkey (the symbol of the Democratic Party for which Nast was also responsible) clothed in a lion’s skin, scaring away the other animals in the park.

Among the animals in the cartoon is an elephant, labeled “The Republican Vote.” Nast chose the elephant because it was believed that elephants were clever, steadfast, and easily controlled, but unmanageable when frightened.

This year, OuteasY and Anemi are pleased to present for consideration to The Official Republican National Committee our Senator Larry Craig commemorative ornament, sure to provide a festive reminder of all Gay Old Pedophiles. You can display your Republican sentiments on a desktop, mantle, holiday decoration, or get the Pine-Sol scented unit, and hang from the mirror in your car.

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It’s always right around the corner ya know, heY!

“TRUST ME, TRUST NO ONE – EVERYBODY IS UP TO SOMETHING”

wOw! Thanks so much Ian and guys, this is amazing, heY! Smack landed in my permanent favorites!

~ X anemi

GRAZIN’ IN THE GRASS ~ THE MONITORS

Anemi – This is the title track of our album by The Monitors, released in 1990. This song is one of my own personal favourite songs of all time, and I cut it twice, first on The Monitors, and later on Paul Young. It originally came out as a jazz instrumental by Hugh Masekela, and then the utterly timeless fabulous vocal version by The Friends Of Distinction, on RCA, a soul record that’s also synonymous with the whole late 1960s flower power movement. I just had to cut it on The Monitors. To my mind, it seemed the perfect song to showcase the amazing harmony abilities of this wonderful Motown group. The original line up of the Monitors at Motown consisted of Richard Street as lead singer, with Warren Harris, Maurice Fagin, Sandra Fagin, and Hershel Hunter. When we got them reformed for Motorcity, Richard Street was with The Temptations, and Sandra Fagin had passed away, but we succeeded in getting the other three back together. They brought in Smokey Robinson’s nephew, Darryl Littlejohn, as lead singer and added a girl singer called Cathy, who was a Detroit policewoman. One of my treasured memories was getting Wanda Rogers of The Marvelettes back to performing live, at the Pontchartrain concert in Detroit, with the Monitors backing her up, all dressed in sharp white tuxedos. Warren Harris, who has now passed away, was the comedian of the Motorcity Project, and had us all in stitches constantly… “Heyyyyyyyyyy – Come into my office” Treasured memories of a wonderful vocal group with the best harmonies ever, as they show on this breathtaking classic.

~ Ian Levine, Motorcity

GRAZIN’ IN THE GRASS ~ LYRICS

It sure is mellow grazin’ in the grass
(Grazin’ in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)
What a trip just watchin’ as the world goes past
(Grazin’ in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)
There are so many good things to see
While grazin’ in the grass
(Grazin’ in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)
Flowers with colours for takin’
Everything outta sight in the grass
(Grazin’ in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)
The sun beaming down between the leaves
(Grazin’ in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)
And the bir-ir-ir-irds dartin’ in and out of the trees
(Grazin’ in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)

Everything here is so clear, you can see it
And everything here is so real, you can feel it
And it’s real, so real, so real, so real, so real, so real
Can you dig it
Whooo-oooh

I can dig it, he can dig it
She can dig it, we can dig it
They can dig it, you can dig it
Oh, let’s dig it
Can you dig it, baby
I can dig it, he can dig it
She can dig it, we can dig it
They can dig it, you can dig it
Oh, let’s dig it
Can you dig it, baby

The sun beaming down between the leaves
(Grazin’ in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)
And the bir-ir-ir-irds dartin’ in and out of the trees
(Grazin’ in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)
Everything here is so clear, you can see it
And everything here is so real, you can feel it
And it’s real, so real, so real, so real, so real, so real
Can you dig it
Whooo-oooh, yeah
I can dig it, he can dig it
She can dig it, we can dig it
They can dig it, you can dig it
Oh, let’s dig it
Can you dig it, baby
I can dig it, he can dig it
She can dig it, we can dig it
They can dig it, you can dig it
Oh, let’s dig it
Can you dig it, baby

I can dig it, he can dig it
She can dig it, we can dig it
They can dig it, you can dig it
Oh, let’s dig it
Can you dig it, baby

I can dig it, he can dig it
(Grazin’ in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)
She can dig it, we can dig it
They can dig it, you can dig it
(Grazin’ in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)
Oh, let’s dig it….

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WHAT’S ON TAP?

A shocking 43% of deaths in working-age Russian men result from drinking alcohol not meant for human consumption, such as cologne and cleaning agents, according to a new study.

The findings help explain why Russian men have the lowest life expectancy among industrialised nations, at just 59 years, say the researchers.

David Leon at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK, and colleagues travelled to western Russia, where they interviewed the housemates and family members of 1750 men, aged 25-54, who died in the industrial city of Izhevsk.

They also interviewed 1750 similarly aged men in the same city. The aim was to find out how much both groups of men drank, and what types of alcohol they consumed.

Extreme binges

Leon’s group classified men as having a “hazardous pattern of drinking” if they had a hangover more than twice a week, engaged in a bout of extreme binge drinking known as zapoї – resulting in drunkenness that lasts at least two days – or if they consumed non-beverage alcohols, such as eau de cologne at least once a year.

Many Russian men who fall on hard times start drinking non-beverage alcohols because they are cheaper and have a high alcohol content, Leon says.

For example, a 100 millilitre bottle of 190-proof eau de cologne might cost about 15 rubles, roughly equivalent to 29 pence ($0.60). By comparison, the smallest volume bottle of 80-proof vodka on sale is 0.75 litres, and costs about 70 rubles, about £1.40 ($2.70).

The consumption of non-beverage alcohol products is widespread, the researchers say. Even 8% of the men in the control group drank them, they found.

Economic hardship

An analysis of the Izhevsk survey suggests that Russian men who drink non-beverage alcohol have a five-times greater risk of alcohol-related death (such as liver cirrhosis and alcohol poisoning) than those who do not consume these products.

Moreover, men who drank only non-beverage alcohols had up to a 20-times greater risk of death. And the researchers think these numbers represent underestimates, since the study did not include men who lived alone or on the streets.

Non-beverage alcohols are particularly dangerous because of their high-alcohol concentration, which can strip the airways that deliver oxygen to the lungs, Leon explains.

Economic hardship following the dissolution of the Soviet Union has contributed to problem drinking in Russia, says David Cutler at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, US, who has studied the impact of alcoholism in the country.

“For a lot of people in Russia the bottom just fell out,” he says. “And they don’t have a social safety net.”

Alcohol is linked to 72% of murders and 42% of suicides in Russia, according to 2005 figures.

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UN-BREAKING NEWS?

Are you following the story about the guy who had a sports drink, went to bed for the night and woke up with a “woody?” So, maybe no “big deal,” but somehow he managed to maintain the thing for two years, and now he’s suing the beverage manufacturer. I dunno, for me, there’s just some things which are tough enough to discuss with your kids or doctor, let alone going postal in public. Like, “Daddy, what’s a Dick for?” Answer: “Exactly!” Or; “Doc, what is Priapism?” Answer: “You’ll know if you have it.” And; “Well, what are the symptoms?” Answer: “You’ll know if you have it.” I reckon I’m the “fuddy-dud,” when confronted with “hard” issues, but am coming to “grasp” the whole thing in a worldly perspective.

IN NEW YORK – Christopher Woods (irony) charges he got too much of a “boost” — from an energy drink called Boost Plus. (more irony)

He is suing the maker of the health drink Boost Plus, claiming the vitamin-enriched beverage gave him an erection that would not go away, and caused him to be hospitalized. The lawsuit said Woods, 29, drank the nutrition beverage, which is made by the Novartis pharmaceutical company, on June 5, 2004. Woods’ court papers said he woke up the next morning “with an erection that would not subside,” and sought treatment for the condition. (mixed blessings) According to court documents, Woods had surgery to relieve the condition known as severe priapism. He was implanted with a Winter shunt, which moves blood from one area to another. The lawsuit, filed late Monday, said Woods had problems that required a hospital visit and medical procedures to close blood vessels on his penis. Woods’ lawsuit seeks unspecified damages. A spokeswoman for the drug company said the company did not comment on pending litigation. Novartis’ Boost Plus Web site describes the drink as “a great tasting, high calorie, nutritionally complete oral supplement for people who require extra energy and protein in a limited volume.” This is hardly false advertising, and if I were counsel for the defendant, I’d argue Caveat Emptor.

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Nikki

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This fresco is painted in the entrance-way of a wealthy ancient Pompeian home. Yes, he does have an untouched-up huge “shlong.” Here is why this is culture rather than meriting a “Mature Content” sticker. Priapus, whence “Priapism” got its name, was an ancient, but minor, god of fertility for the Romans. His over-sized manhood represents abundance, fertility, and good fortune. This picture depicts his member being weighed in scales against bags of gold. The man who owned this house was displaying his piety, rather than potency, by saying something like; “look, we are rich, but this is nothing without being balanced by good fortune.” That takes the gold – probably introduced the notion of theft to the nefarious Neapolitans.

Contrary to what you might have thought, “Pay-to-Play” was not coined in Vegas.

If you have these in your garden, let ’em be. They are good for it. Hence; “Priapus” in the name. These snakes have a reputation for being feisty when cornered, and are quick to flee when threatened, which proves evolution is a myth, considering John Wayne Bobbitt.

I’m no Pliny “the Younger,” rich Pompeian, and cannot afford to decorate my home in their magnificence, so, I hope the neighbors appreciate my “pop-art” creation displaying “piety.”

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AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

Here’s some cool stuff to do. For you MySpacers, go to the Instant Karma space and add yourself. While you’re there, make friends and listen to music with some of the best artists in the world. Then, starting tomorrow, June 6 at 8:30 AM EST, check out the Amnesty International satellite keeping photographic tabs on Darfur. Pass the word. These people need the help!

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“Amnesty International USA’s unprecedented Eyes on Darfur project leverages the power of high-resolution satellite imagery to provide unimpeachable evidence of the atrocities being committed in Darfur – enabling action by private citizens, policy makers and international courts. Eyes on Darfur also breaks new ground in protecting human rights by allowing people around the world to literally “watch over” and protect twelve intact, but highly vulnerable, villages using commercially available satellite imagery. ”

~ AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL

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