Sep 1, 2001

Texas arresting people in bars for being drunk

Texas arresting people in bars for being drunkSAN ANTONIO, Texas (Reuters) - Texas has begun sending undercover agents into bars to arrest drinkers for being drunk, a spokeswoman for the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission said on Wednesday.

The first sting operation was conducted recently in a Dallas suburb where agents infiltrated 36 bars and arrested 30 people for public intoxication, said the commission's Carolyn Beck.

Texas arresting people in bars for being drunk

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Mega Nipple Slip Compilation

Mega Nipple Slip Compilation
Nipple slips compilation ft. Tara Reid, Sophie Marceau, Nicole Ritchie, Paris Hilton, Adriana Lima, Federica Fellini, Letitia Lezza, Naomi Campbell, Lucy Lawless, Sabrina, Miss Venezuela, Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkings and many other less famous but funny slips..
Mega Nipple Slip Compilation

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Naked Dining

Naked Dining

Organisers specify no hot soup.

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Play Your Cards Right

Play Your Cards Right

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Boy Assaulted With Hot Potato

Hot Potato

Just an excuse to use this picture, really.

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Man to man attraction scent

Man to man attraction scentGay Love Spray

How to Find Gay and Lesbian Love booklet with every purchase of Gay Attraction Spray

MAN TO MAN Magical Attraction spray brings people to you. Spray it, go out & have fun. Can be sprayed on you or where you want Men to come to. Close your eyes, breathe deep, and image what you want, spray and then go out and do things to help bring the guys to you. Use on clothes or skin to get the Men.
Great as a pick up in clubs, bars, meeting places. Wear it daily and you will be surprised the number of Gay Men you meet and where you start picking up other men.
Warning: It will attract all types of people and you have to choose the ones you want to keep around. Use it, go out and have fun.
This scent is designed specifically for Gay Men. It was created after years of study to naturally help Gay Men Attract other Gay Men. It can be hard to find gay men and the man that you want. This will help attract Gay Men to you. Made from pure essential oils, plants, and delicate flowers in a pure spring water. No chemicals added. Created with love for enjoyment .
It is hard to find the perfect match or other Gay and Lesbians that you are compatible with. “How to Find Gay and Lesbian Love” Booklet was created to give ways different men and women have successfully found love and friendship. The booklet is filled with practical proven ways to find gay friends and lovers. It is most important to open yourself up and be who you want to be to find people that are similar to the great person that is inside of you. Do not change to be what others want or hide yourself away but enjoy what you like and you will find others that enjoy that too—just look around and express the wonderful unique person that is in you and you will find great friends.
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Catproof Your Computer With PawSense

cat surfing the Web?

PawSense is a software utility that helps protect your computer from cats. It quickly detects and blocks cat typing, and also helps train your cat to stay off the computer keyboard.

When cats walk or climb on your keyboard, they can enter random commands and data, damage your files, and even crash your computer. This can happen whether you are near the computer or have suddenly been called away from it.

This is for real.

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Long-term marijuana use may fog the brain

Long-term marijuana use may fog the brain
  • 21:00 13 March 2006
  • news service
  • Andy Coghlan

Long-term users of marijuana gradually become worse at learning and remembering things, a new study suggests.

“It definitely fogs your brain,” says Lambros Messinis, who led the study at the University Hospital of Patras in Greece.

Messinis and colleagues tested the mental abilities of 20 long-term users who had taken marijuana heavily – smoking at least four joints a week – for an average of 15 years. Their brains were rustier than those of 20 short-term users – who had averaged seven years of use – and 24 controls who had used the drug sporadically or not at all.

Long-term users performed worse in tests to measure memory, learning ability and the capacity to recall information. Asked to recall lists of 15 words that they had seen earlier, for example, the long-term users averaged seven, compared with nine recalled by short-term users and 12 by controls.

Long-term users found it very difficult to learn through new information given verbally,” says Messinis. “It’s not to do with lack of attention but more the encoding process of memory.” Separate tests to probe attention span found that long-term users were able to pick up information immediately, without trouble.

Initial ability

Although the study is retrospective – that is, the subjects were not tested on their cognitive abilities before they took up marijuana – the researchers are confident that the long-term users’ abilities were not significantly different from the other groups from the beginning. They used a standard test to estimate the long-term users’ original intellectual abilities.

Messinis gave subjects the tests at least 24 hours after they had last taken the drug, to make sure they were not still under the influence. “It wasn’t while they were high,” he says.

“Importantly, we don’t know if it’s reversible,” he says. To find out, he and his colleague plan to re-test the same subjects after abstinence periods of at least a month.

Nadia Solowij, at the University of Wollongong in Australia, says the new findings back previous work by her and colleagues, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2002.

“The authors appear to have used the same rigorous criteria for inclusion in their study and confirm that the duration of cannabis use progressively impacts upon cognitive functions,” she told New Scientist.

Journal reference: Neurology (vol 66, p 737)

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Cow urine touted as cure-all in India

NEW DELHI - Alongside life-size posters of Hindu nationalist leaders, Indian political activists can now buy lotions, potions and pills to cure anything from cancer to hysteria to piles — all made from cow urine or dung.

A new goratna (cow products) stall at the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) souvenir shop is rapidly outselling dry political tracts, badges, flags and saffron-and-green plastic wall clocks with the face of former prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee.

“You won’t believe how quickly some of the products sold out,” says Manoj Kumar, who runs the souvenir shop along with his brother, Sanjeev, at the BJP headquarters in a plush central New Delhi neighborhood. “The constipation medicine is a hot seller.”

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A Word In Your Eye

Well hello ladies

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