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After being up for over a year, 1 Baby 1 Tub was removed by YouTube/Google, sighting inappropriate content. Theresa seems to think it's the title that raised a brow. I think it's because you see an anaconda sized shit slide outta my 8-month-old daughter's ass 2/3 of the way in. Either way it doesn't matter because the decision was ultimately Google's. But it would have been nice if...

a) I had been notified.

b) I was able to retrieve a copy of the video.

c) I was simply told why without having to slog through the user agreement (which I never did...for the principle of it of course).

d) We weren't talking about a video that been live for over a year averaging a handful of hits an hour.

You guys suck.



Was hoping for something a bit racier. Link via Blockquote via Monster-Munch...
I had to look at a couple of these before i realised what was going on. And then when i did, i realised there was a genius at work. When Cookie clapped eyes on them he said ... "If spammers hired people to make their spam look like that. Then i'd quite happily subscribe to it!". Do you hear that spammers? It's not the content we object to, it's the graphic design :) I'm pretty sure that this is the only spam on planet earth that you wouldn’t mind having framed on your wall.





Click to enlarge (also on Flickr). See also, The Greatest Generation, Kuzmak Home Movies (Part1), Kuzmak Home Movies (Part2), Pop, and Pop (Reprise).







Not Photoshopped. Link via



...for a rainy day. Link & blockquote via Noupe...
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Sound bite I captured from last night's Weird Creatures w/ Nick Baker, who came to this revelation while handling a pink, mummified armadillo a local Argentinian farmer had preserved...

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