Billy's death actually came as a huge surprise as Pitchmen is actually one of the only shows I enjoy watching on Television.
This episode just aired two days ago, I was shocked that they showed a clip of an inventor telling them about his extremely efficient water as fuel cell, Anthony told Billy "I am worried if you did this, someone would take you out, someone from 'The Big Three', it would be 'Pitchman' not 'Pitchmen'."
Billy gasped and stumbling told the man apologetically, "this is uh, this is kind of out of our league."
Anthony tells the man we are just looking to solve common household problems and Billy tells the man "you're solving the worlds problems..."
I thought that they would air this segment was bizarre in itself, but then to have Billy turn up dead 2 days later, you'd think you were living in the twilight zone. I am not saying this is related but it is bizarre as hell. - Chris, IL
Mays, 50, was found unresponsive by his wife inside his Tampa, Fla., home at 7:45 a.m. on Sunday, according to the Tampa Police Department.
Police said there were no signs of forced entry to Mays' residence and foul play is not suspected. Authorities said an autopsy should be complete by Monday afternoon. ... (more)
New World Order Rams Through Sham Cap & Trade Bill
posted 06/28/2009, 12:46 AM (Infowars) [Category: Commentary] The U.S. House of Representatives are nothing more than prostitutes for the international banking cartel. Brothels in Washington D.C. were packed Friday afternoon with eager congressman who sold Americans out 219-212 in favor of The American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 (ACES). Also dubbed “Waxman- Markey” the bill will implement the infamous cap-and-trade system on greenhouse gas emissions, signaling the NWO’s final moves towards total financial bondage.
June 19th saw the end of a three-month consultation by the government’s broadcasting standards watchdog, the BCAP, on a proposal to allow abortion clinics to advertise on TV before 9pm. Condom ads, currently confined to one channel, would also be sho... (more)
"Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed? Like you just can't handle any more responsibility? (crying baby sounds in background) Well, you can solve all that (sky opens, birds start flying, empowering music begins) with an abortion from Abby's Abortion Clinic, the only abortion clinic which is good for your acne as well! So stop on by and get rid of your acne and that "extra baggage" as well!"
"I was afraid of the responsibility I was going to have to take on, I was only 17 and I was pregnant, what do I know about changing diapers? All I know about is Justin Timberlake!
Well, that's when my doctor told me about Aborto-Inc, a "clinic" which could cure me of my new found disease called childbirth, I stopped by for a "visit" and sure enough they cured me of my "little problem." I even learned how I was helping to save the environment by reducing my carbon footprint! Now I am free as a bird to be the person I've always wanted to be! Thanks Aborto-Inc!
Experts predict that consumer demand, already growing at 60 per cent a year, will start to exceed supply from as early as next year because of more people working online and the soaring popularity of bandwidth-hungry websites such as YouTube and services such as the BBC’s iPlayer.
This is fearmongering and an excuse to get everyone to switch over to Internet 2, a highly regulated, taxed, and heavily controlled internet where all traffic goes through one single central hub "for our security." If you want to have your own website you need to register to have a subdomain of some university's website, IE, infolib.umd.edu. Obviously a site like this will be deemed "hate speech" because we are "anti-government." All hail the free internet of the future. - Chris, IL
Nathan Mayer Rothschild, the banking family's 19th-century patriarch, and James William Freshfield, founder of Freshfields, the top City law firm, benefited financially from slavery, records from the National Archives show, even though both have often been portrayed as opponents of slavery.
Aurora police confirmed the CBS4 investigation saying the incident occurred May 21 at the McDonald's at 18181 East Hampden Avenue.
A spokesperson for the Aurora Police Department said they plan to present the case -- now classified as a felony menacing incident -- to the Arapahoe County Distr... (more)
Protect and serve...
Feds To Get Power To Target Websites Making "False Claims"
posted 06/28/2009, 12:46 AM (PrisonPlanet) [Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
The Federal Reserve refuses to disclose where trillions of dollars in bailout money went and yet the FTC is more concerned about snooping into the financial affairs of bloggers who make a few bucks off affiliate relationships, according to new guidelines set to be introduced later this year that would give the government a foot in the door to regulate and shut down blogs for making “false claims”.
“New guidelines, expected to be approved late this summer with possible modification... (more)
Such an order would embrace claims by former president George W. Bush that certain people can be detained without trial for lon... (more)
Robert Fisk's World: The jury is out on the Iranian model of religion and politics
posted 06/28/2009, 12:46 AM (The Independent) [Category: Commentary] The most nauseous photograph to come out of the Iran tragedy was not the bloodied demonstrators in Tehran, but a Reuters picture of former Iranian Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi, "fighting back tears" in Washington as he declared that Neda Agha Sultan, the young woman shot dead by Ahmadinejad's thugs a week ago, "was now for ever in my pocket". I bet she is, by God! "I have added her to the list of my daughters," the son of the brutal and merciless late Shah, told the world.
Auto-ban: German town goes car-free
posted 06/28/2009, 12:32 AM (The Independent) [Category: General] The Germans may have given the world the Audi and the autobahn, but they have banished everything with four wheels and an engine from the streets of Vauban – a model brave new world of a community in the country's south-west, next to the borders with Switzerland and France.
In Vauban, a suburb of the university town of Freiburg, luxuriant beds of brilliant flowers replace what would normally be parking outside its neat, middle- class homes. Instead of the roar of traffic, the resi... (more)
"A model brave new world"... That just about sums it up. - Chris
Key Line: Being virtually car-free is only the start of what has been hailed as one of Europe's most successful experiments in green living and one which is viewed increasingly as a blueprint for a future and perhaps essential way of living in an age of climate change.