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Sep 1 - Google Images hacked? Searches fill with morbid image

By 52:1 - 11 minutes ago

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Google Images hacked? Searches fill with morbid image
BY ROB WAUGH POSTED 26 AUG 2014 - 02:58PM


An image of a Russian car crash has piled up in Google Images, regardless of what users search for. Time magazine searched for ‘puppy” and instead saw multiple images of the crash – leading to speculation that the service has been hacked. What’s less clear is why, or who might have done it.

One user says that regardless of what he searches for, he sees dozens of images of the same car crash, “Every time I search something in Google images, these creepy images are appearing. It’s apparently a crashed truck or something, but I didn’t look it up. People could say that it had something to do with what I was searching, but if I click on it, a different image appears. I have some screenshots attached.”

Google Images: ‘Creepy images appearing’

The issue is not affecting all users, but Google product forums are full of complaints about the image, which shows a fatal car crash from several years ago.

Time magazine reports that the images vary – Google’s own support forums tracked back and found the image came from a report on a Ukrainian news site. We’ve not linked to the report as it contains many more grisly images of the crash.

Time also reported that a related Reddit chain say that images of basketball player and occasional actor Kevin Durant have also been reported by some user.

Hours of glitches

Jalopnik says, “In the meantime, Reddit user anvile noticed that the original photos stem from a story about a car crash in Moscow that killed three people. The driver, a 28-year-old woman, was reported to be intoxicated.”

“Weirder still, the crash occurred in November of 2012, according to this Pravda article, so it isn’t recent.”

Google has as yet not offered comment on the images, or their origin.

Author Rob Waugh, We Live Security
Article Source: http://www.welivesecurity.com/2014/08/26/google-images/

 
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Image inside Sep 2 - cleveland couple steals s3x t0ys from walmart

By messy marv stan - 12 minutes ago

caught by walmart rent-a-cop security guard







http://www.thesmokinggun.com/buster/...y-theft-785413



Two Ohioans are facing theft charges after they allegedly swiped four “sexual pleasure aids” from a Walmart during a 1:45 AM shopping trip, police report.

Yes, Walmart sells “sexual pleasure aids.”

According to cops, Walmart security guards detained Kia Porter, 23, and Geoffrey Greene, 20, after the Cleveland residents were spotted last week stashing the merchandise into PorterÂ’s purse as they moved through the store in South Euclid, a Cleveland suburb.

When later confronted, Porter was “initially verbally combative,” and the pair refused to cooperate with security guards. But when cops arrived, Porter (seen at right) turned over her purse, which contained two Trojan Intense Pleasure vibrating rings and two LifeStyles a:muse “his and hers vibrating ring and massager.”

The devices were valued at a combined $30.52.

Cited for theft, Porter and Greene are scheduled for a September 11 court appearance on the misdemeanor charge

 
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Sep 2 - 32 teens escape from Nashville detention center

By phantomnation - 12 minutes ago


Police work in front of the Woodland Hills Youth Development Center Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn. Thirty-two teens escaped from a Nashville youth detention center by crawling through a weak spot in a fence late Monday, and more than half of them were still on the run Tuesday, a spokesman said. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)



NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Thirty-two teens escaped from a Nashville youth detention center by crawling under a weak spot in a fence late Monday, and nine of them were still on the run Tuesday, a spokesman said.

The teens - ages 14 to 19 - left their rooms at Woodland Hills Youth Development Center and went into a common area, where they overwhelmed 16 to 18 staff members, Tennessee Department of Children's Services spokesman Rob Johnson said.

The group then kicked out a metal panel under a window to get out of the building and into a yard, Johnson said. The teens were running in the yard for a few minutes, and then they realized they could lift part of the chain-link fence and crawl out, Johnson said.

He said the fence is buried 8 inches deep into the ground, but the teens managed to pull up a weak portion and get out underneath. Once staff members saw some of the group escaping, they called the police, Johnson said.

Two teens were captured immediately and others were found overnight, Johnson said. Some were found by authorities, others turned themselves in, and others were turned in by their parents, he said.

No staff members were hurt in the incident, officials said. On Tuesday morning, local police and the Tennessee Highway Patrol were still searching for nine of the teens.

The 23 who were found or turned back in to the center were taken to Metro Nashville Juvenile court and could face escape charges, officials said in a news release.

The state-owned center in northwest Nashville held 78 teens at the time of the escape, and most had committed at least three felonies, Johnson said. The center has a school, offers vocational training and career counseling, and works to move teens to less restrictive settings, according to a state website. It holds teens until their 19th birthdays, and all have been charged as juveniles, not adults. Their records are sealed.

At the center, the teens stay in single rooms that are not locked from the inside, officials said. The teens wear blue pants with white or light gray T-shirts. The clothing has no markings.

The detention center was calm and back under control Tuesday morning, Johnson said. Police cars were on the scene, but there was little activity at the center or its neighbors - a women's prison, several offices for trucking companies and other businesses.

On the western edge of the facility, the spot where the teens escaped, the closest neighbors are a frozen pizza plant and a liquor distributor. Officials said the fence has been fixed.


Source: AP

 
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Video inside Sep 2 - Japan Creates Worlds Fastest Robot (2.6 mph)

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Sep 2 - Why the Federal Government Spent $3 Million to Study Lesbian Obesity

By KFrizzle - 14 minutes ago

The federal government spent millions of dollars in recent years researching why lesbians have a higher obesity rate than heterosexual women and gay men, according to funding records.


The ongoing National Institutes of Health study, now in its fourth year and scheduled to last another two, has cost about $3 million to date, the Washington Free Beacon reported in a recent article.

A summary of the research project said that nearly three-quarters of lesbians are overweight or obese. The rate is 25 percent higher than heterosexual females and almost “double the obesity risk of gay men,” the summary said.

The researchers, led by an epidemiologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, have already concluded that lower athletic self-esteem among lesbiansmay lead to higher rates of obesity and that lesbians are more likely to see themselves at a healthy weight when they are not, according to the Free Beacon report.

Researchers have also determined that gay and bisexual males had a “greater desire for toned muscles” than straight men. This supposedly helps explain why gay men are generally more fit than lesbians.

By now, you’re probably wondering why the government is funding a study that, so far, has largely reinforced stereotypes of gays and lesbians. The project summary says that “racial and socioeconomic disparities are receiving increasing attention” and lesbian obesity is “of high public-health significance.”

The study of lesbian obesity has grabbed the attention of budget watchers, but it’s perhaps an easier sell than many of the federal government’s other science projects, since it directly involves a public health concern.

Every now and then, budget hawks highlight federally funded research projects that seem to have no clear benefit except to satisfy scientific curiosity.

Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) last year questioned the usefulness of a government-subsidized study of duck genitals in his annual “Wastebook.” Funding for the $385,000 research project came from the 2009 economic-stimulus bill.

One key finding from the duck study, titled “Conflict, Social Behavior and Evolution,” revealed that duck vaginas run clockwise in a corkscrew, while the penises run counterclockwise. That difference of anatomy prevents ducks from successfully mating until the females are ready, in which case their vaginas dilate and expand to negate the difference. :laughing5:

“The females are enormously, amazingly successful at preventing fertilization by forced copulation,” said Richard Prum, one of the Yale University researchers, who explained the study for a Politifact article.

Another researcher for the project, Patricia Brennan, argued in a Slate editorial that critics had misunderstood the purpose of the study, saying it was not intended to solve an immediate practical problem. “Basic science is an integral part of scientific progress, but individual projects may sound meaningless when taken out of context,” she said.

Brennan said federal funding is critical to advancing basic science, but she acknowledged that the question of whether the government should fund such research in times of economic crisis “deserves well-informed discourse comparing all governmental expenses.”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...sbian-obesity/

Only an ignorant liberal would find value in spending millions on this study...
This is your Stimulus money at work people.. You voted for this, twice!!

 
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Sep 2 - Awful: Wages Dropped for Almost All American Workers in First Half of 2014

By RAZAH CUTS - 15 minutes ago

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Think your money's not going very far this year? It's not your imagination. According to new research by the Economic Policy Institute, real hourly wages declined for almost everybody in the U.S. workforce in the first half of 2014. Thanks, so-called recovery.

Economist Elise Gould pored over data from the governmentÂ’s Current Population Survey and determined that workers at the 20th, 30th, 40th, 50th, 60th, 70th, 80th, 90th, and 95th percentiles all saw declines in their real wages in the first half of 2014 compared with the same period last year. This was true whether you had no high school degree, a high school diploma, some college, a college degree, or an advanced degree. In fact, people with advanced degrees saw the biggest drop (2.7 percent).

EPI reveals this isn't just a blip. Real wages dropped 4.9 percent for workers with a high school degree and 2.5 percent for workers with a college degree from the first half of 2007 to the first half of this year.

Gould explains in the report that "the last year has been a poor one for American workers’ wages." She states that “on the whole, the broad wage trends by education level over the last decade and a half make clear that wage inequality cannot be readily explained by stories about educational credentials and technology; wage inequality has increased steadily, yet even those with a college diploma or advanced degree have experienced lackluster wage growth.”

Gould adds, “It’s an indication of the fact that no one — not even educated workers — is able to bargain for anything.” Employers have the power and they are using it to pay their workers less.

The only workers who saw real wages go up over the past year were workers at the10th percentile of income, but only two cents an hour, from $8.36 an hour to $8.38. Two pennies! Don't spend it all in one place. That paltry increase happened because of minimum wage increases in 13 states. The lack of wage growth harms society and the economy in a whole host of ways. When workers don't have enough money in their pockets to spend on goods and services, businesses can't hire and they fail, which increases unemployment. Unable to keep up with the growing expenses of things like healthcare and college tuition, the middle class shrinks. For those less well off, life becomes a daily struggle for survival. The increasing gap between the very rich and everyone else produces a wide range of social ills, from mental illness to addiction to chronic diseases. The social fabric becomes unraveled.

Not a very promising reflection for Labor Day, is it?
http://www.alternet.org/labor/awful-...irst-half-2014

 
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Sep 2 - Israeli forces abduct 6 palestinians in west bank

By Armen87 - 15 minutes ago

Israeli forces have abducted at least six Palestinians from two villages and a refugee camp in the occupied West Bank.

Palestinian media outlets reported on Monday that the Israeli forces attacked the villages of Beit Ummar and Halhul near the city of al-Khalil (Hebron) and kidnapped five Palestinians aged between 17 and 20 years.

Separately, Israeli troops kidnapped a 20-year-old Palestinian in Dheisheh Refugee Camp located south of Bethlehem. At least four Palestinians were injured during the raid on the camp.

Also in Beit Ummar, three Palestinians - a father along with his two sons - were summoned by Israeli intelligence services.

The Israeli forces also assaulted two Palestinian teenagers near the separation barrier in the West Bank town of Idhna, beating them with their rifle butts.

Meanwhile, the Israeli army destroyed seven residential and agricultural structures in Khirbet al-Rahwa village.

The abductions came a week after a truce took effect between the Israeli regime and the Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas, in the Gaza Strip to end a 50-day war.

More than 2,100 Palestinians, mostly women, children and the elderly, were killed in the Israeli onslaught on Gaza. Around 11,000 others were injured.

Tel Aviv says 69 Israelis were killed in the conflict, but Hamas puts the Israeli fatalities at a much higher figure.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/09...-palestinians/

 
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Sep 2 - 7-Year-Old Boy Shoots Himself in the Chest at Family's Homemade Shooting Range

By RAZAH CUTS - 16 minutes ago

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Family fun for one California family—firing at targets at their homemade shooting range—turned scary when their 7-year-old son suddenly clutched his chest and his Dad noticed he was bleeding. The boy was reportedly firing a single-shot, .22 bolt action youth rifle under his father's supervision. When the boy cried out, his father noticed there was a small hole in his shirt, then blood.

The boy's father rushed him to the local fire station, from which he was airlifted to UC Davis Medical Center. According to Sacramento TV station KCRA, he is expected to survive.

El Dorado County Sheriff's Department deputies told KCRA they suspected the bullet richocheted off something, and it looks like the boy was hit by fragments. They do not think anyone was aiming guns at each other, or suspect any foul play. Lt. Tim Becker told KCRA that the boy appeared properly supervised and the shooting range complied with safety standards. He saw nothing unusual about the incident at all. "Firearms are tools, and people get hurt by tools. Sometimes accidents happen," he said.

No mention of the fact that firearms are tools for killing, and that gun accidents all-too frequently kill or involve children.

Last week, a 9-year-old Arizona girl accidentally killed her shooting instructor with an Uzi.
http://www.alternet.org/news-amp-pol...shooting-range

 
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Sep 2 - Labor Day exhausted: 40-hour work week grows to 47-60 hours

By messy marv stan - 16 minutes ago

:ppsad:







http://washingtonexaminer.com/americ...rticle/2552623




The old “9 to 5” work week is becoming about as obsolete as the American Dream.

A new Gallup poll finds that economically-stressed Americans are now working an “average” of 47 hours, with a growing number clocking 60 hours or more.

“Adults employed full time in the U.S. report working an average of 47 hours per week, almost a full workday longer than what a standard five-day, 9-to-5 schedule entails. In fact, half of all full-time workers indicate they typically work more than 40 hours, and nearly four in 10 say they work at least 50 hours,” said Gallup, based on their 2014 Work and Education survey.

Full time workers:

— Less than 40 hours per week, 8 percent.

— 40 hours, 42 percent.

— 41-49 hours, 11 percent.

— 50-59 hours, 21 percent.

— 60 hours or more, 18 percent.

Gallup said that salaried workers are putting in more hours, on average five hours more per week, 49 vs. 44 for hourly workers.

That comes with a cost. “While workers earning a salary may enjoy greater income than their counterparts who are paid hourly, they do pay a price in lost personal time,” said Gallup

 
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Image inside Sep 2 - Peru police display record 7.7-ton cocaine haul

By timdog - 16 minutes ago






Peruvian police displayed in a Lima airport police hangar on Monday what officials called the largest cocaine haul ever in the Andean nation, 7.7 metric tons (8.5 tons).

Seized in a raid last week, the drugs were flown to the capital Monday and unloaded in boxes from an Antonov police transport plane by officers wearing white jackets and surgical masks.

Interior Minister Daniel Urresti, flanked by the police chief and counternarcotics commander, touted the seizure from a stage set up in the hangar, a banner behind him proclaiming "Historic Blow to Illegal Drug Trafficking."

Authorities last week found the plastic-wrapped cocaine bricks inserted and sealed inside chunks of coal in a rural home near the northern port of Trujillo. Six Peruvians and two Mexicans were arrested.

Police said the drugs had been destined for Spain and Belgium and said agents of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration were involved in the operation.

Previously, Peru's top cocaine seizure was 6 metric tons discovered in January 2002 in a truck in the southern state of Arequipa bound for a fishing vessel at the port of Ilo, from where it was to sail to Mexico, the counternarcotics police said in response to an Associated Press query.

Since 2012, Peru has been the world's top producer of cocaine.

http://news.yahoo.com/peru-police-di...200704919.html

 
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