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Wednesday, March 08, 2006

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At the start of the game you will receive a manila envelope containing the following: 1) A picture of your intended target(s); 2) The home address of your intended target(s); 3) The work address of your intended target(s); 4) The name of your intended target(s); 5) Contact information of your intended target(s). Upon receipt of these items, your (or your team's) mission is to find and kill your target. If you are successful in your assassination attempt, the person you killed will give you their envelope and the person they were supposed to kill becomes your new target. This continues until you work yourself through all the players and retrieve the envelope with your (or your team's) picture and name. Then you win. Cash. But first live in fear

Loose Change 2nd Edition
The truth behind 9/11, what the government doesn't want you to know.
A one hour analysis of 9/11 and how it is more likely than not that the government was actually behind the attacks. Next to the work of Alex Jones, this is ranks up against the best of documentaries in the 9/11 Truth Movement


On April 25th -26th, 1986 the World's worst nuclear power accident occurred at Chernobyl in the former USSR (now Ukraine). The Chernobyl nuclear power plant located 80 miles north of Kiev had 4 reactors and whilst testing reactor number 4 numerous safety procedures were disregarded. At 1:23am the chain reaction in the reactor became out of control creating explosions and a fireball which blew off the reactor's heavy steel and concrete lid. The Chernobyl accident killed more than 30 people immediately, and as a result of the high radiation levels in the surrounding 20-mile radius, 135,00 people had to be evacuated.

The Pain Station
After 1 year of development, the original "PainStation" was completed in 2001 by Volker Morawe and Tilman Reiff while studying at the Academy of Media Arts Cologne. Exhibitions on several occasions quickly showed that the concept of inflicting pain in a videogame worked well and the installation became a success not only within the media art world.

Passport Control [Weird News]
You might have the best forgery skills in the world, but it is not much use if you cannot spell.


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