Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Censorship? In 2009?

I still have trouble believing that the main search engines are censoring search results, but that is exactly what Google and Yahoo are doing. For a long time, after Google was doing it, Yahoo was still feeding up the Blogger "Former Naval Person" in search results, but now they have stopped. To get there, you have to follow a Boxxet.com link or a link from one of my blogs. A good number of people also have bookmarked the blog.

Where can you see my fakes of naked women?

Someone asked me yesterday if I had any fake pictures of naked women. The answer is "yes" and they can be found at the Blogger version of "Former Naval Person" blog. I got into the business of making fake pictures in early 2007. I started putting pictures of naked women on my blog as far back as June 2006, when Heather Mills first made a big splash. You can also find that content at the "Original Former Naval Person" blog. This has different new content than the Blogger version, but shares some content from farther back.

Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart, with Kari Anne Peniche

Guess what I will being tonight? I will look on the UseNet for the video of Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart, with Kari Anne Peniche. "It's not a sex tape, just three naked people maybe wanting to have sex".

Two Minutes of Hate

Roger Kimball, of the New Criterion magazine, writes about the similarities between the Obama operation and 1984. In the Obama universe, George W Bush takes the place of Emmanuel Goldstein in 1984.

Monday, August 10, 2009


RAR files are commonly used on Usenet to compress large video files or large collections of smaller video or jpg files. The best binary file Usenet readers support extracting RAR files, at least to a point. NewsRover would not extract this one 1.5GB RAR files (combined split files). I needed to get WinRAR, from the inventor of the format. I had not realized that an individual has the right, under the license, to install WinRAR on all the computers that they own. A business needs a license for each computer, but there are volume discounts to ease the burden. I certainly am going to take advantage of the license and install WinRAR on my second desktop computer.