- A lady in New Mexico got an injury in a car crash that "left her with an insatiable sex drive." Hey, maybe we should go out on a date, lady! Ha.
- NYPD officers were found playing porn in the office. Protect and serve? Protect and perv! Ha.
- New York City wants the public's help to design the new NYC condom wrapper. Watch out, sounds like a job for me! Ha.
- Chinese police arrested more than 3,000 people in an online porn crackdown. Good thing we don't live in China, we too would be under arrest! Ha.
- A British woman was cited for "breaching an anti-social behaviour order by having noisy sex." Tell us about it—we already know about it. First-hand! Ha.
- An Irish company is marketing the first environmentally friendly vibrator. Hey baby, I was born with one of those, inside my pants! Ha.
Think tabloid wars are intense in America? This is part of a newspaper war in Germany! If I had a nickle for everytime I wanted to put a giant penis on someone's building.....
Spend your New Years with people you actually like... bring a friend and toast to another successful year... cause that's what we're doin!!
On a serious note, ladies and gents, we need your brains. Now generally, we got our cameras on the dicks, but after the recent removal of an important and widely used bike lane in Brooklyn a panty ride is scheduled tomorrow in protest. Candy Rain, your favorite source for life, is sponsoring the event, and, we need some stats. We're looking for some specific information to combat the claim that cyclists endanger the children in that area (though many speculate the removals motives... and I don't even know where to begin on that shit)
When was the bike lane removal approved?
How many children were injured by cyclists in that area in the past year?
Are any other bike lanes being removed for the same reason?
Are there any new bike lanes proposed?
How many cyclists in that area were hit on non-bike laned roads?
How many cyclists were hit in that area, in general?
Were there any prior complains about the bike lane? If so, what were the complaints?
Were there any complaints made by cyclists about harrasment from community members in that area?
Also, on a general note, in New York City:
Groups assembling must be kept to 50 people. If more than one group assembles, how far apart do they need to be?