In the movie “Crazy, Stupid Love,” Cal (Steve Carell) is dumped by his wife who has had sex with someone else (Kevin Bacon – always up to no good). So, they split up. Cal then gets lessons in picking up girls from a talented pick-up artist (Ryan Gosling), who gets him ready for the single’s […]
An Open Letter to Elloa Atkinson on Why Her Cheating Heart May Not Be Such a Bad Thing by Liam Scheff Writer and speaker Elloa Atkinson wrote an article, published on the Huffington Post, in which she admitted her attraction to a man she met while dog-walking – a man not her husband. She convinced […]
by Liam Scheff Jack Reacher It opens with an assassin scoping civilians through a marksman’s rifle. He’s on a bridge, they’re walking along a riverside park in Pittsburgh. The scene unfolds without mercy, for them or us. The rest is a who-and-why-done-it, and despite its bleak and brutal premise, it’s a spry, well-photographed, smartly observed […]
- BonoBama! by Liam Scheff Headline: Monsanto Excited to Destroy Africa (as they have India and the United States). Crowds Cheer! Degrees of Joy and Sorrow… Bono Vox, once Paul Hewson, lead iPod salesman from the U2 Corporation, International, wants YOU to help HIM put Monsanto in charge of…Africa! Which part? All of it, I […]
Oh, Romantics, please listen to Stephanie Coontz’s brilliant observations in the first half of this lecture (before she starts giving measures of ‘remedies’ for our culture, which I find less convincing): Her founding thesis, which I think is entirely correct: Marriage was never for love. It was always, in the Judeo-Christian, Greco-Roman, Assyrian-Babylonian world… for […]
by Liam Scheff A friend was asking me about this notion of not being ‘married’ to strict monogamy. He was saying that he understood – and had even had a ‘slip’ here or there, but worried it would disrupt his long-term relationship. Still, he said, when given the chance, he enjoyed the little fling, and […]
by Liam Scheff Americans love to watch people suffer humiliating break-ups. At least, the circulation of People, US, and the National Enquirer would make us think so. They reflect tales of ‘cheating’ on a daily basis for our ‘schadenfreude‘ – our happiness at the expense of the pain of others. But why do we ‘get […]
by Liam Scheff – The American Anti-Role Model (But Secret Role Model) I’m reading “Sex at Dawn,” by Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jethá (Link ), and it’s cracking open a long thought I’ve had for about 24 years (or all my life), and settling a bet or question I’ve had that long time. Monogamy. “One […]
by Liam Scheff This week, the Yakuza and debt-asylum otherwise known as TEPCO has begun, in full force, its destruction of the world, via an increasingly dangerous and heavy radiological spill and run-off in coastal Japan (which is attached to every other Pacific coast by virtue of the salty pond between America, Hawaii, China and […]
by Liam Scheff Get into a debate about the make-believe sciences of today, and you’ll meet one of the self-appointed internet or journal attack dogs, whose trade it is to puke on reality and call it a ham sandwich. (I’m a vegetarian, myself, so neither is a happy place.) They’ll describe their process as “debunking,” […]
by Liam Scheff Note: This conversation may or may not have taken place, yesterday, soon or tomorrow. This “Argument Review” is a story in the Fragments series. Jeff is stalling – still. Still waiting for me to say it for him. “How is it possible that you can’t just say it? It…?” Jeff looks at […]
The Dividing Line by Liam Scheff The Choice Will Be Yours, Mine and Ours. Divided We Stand, United We Fall: Solar, Wind, Oil, Coal, Nuclear. The arguments pile up in disorganized, swaying towers, in colonies and countries of data – kilowatt hours and gigawatt years, energy returns and investments, environmental damage done and reversed, savings […]
by Liam Scheff How much oil is in the ground in the Middle East? Good question! Answer: they never quite tell the truth about it. Question: Do they “not quite tell the truth” by claiming less – or more? Have a look at what happened in the ’80s, as OPEC companies changed their rules about […]
Do Michael Douglas’s Wife and Girlfriends have Carcinogenic Vaginas? by Liam Scheff for RobertScottBell.com The internet is popping with reports that Michael Douglas’ love of cunning linguistics caused the throat cancer he underwent radioactive chemotherapy for in 2011. But, is it so? Did this Lothario of legend truly lick cancer from the gleaming thighs of […]
by Liam Scheff I always enjoy it when the culture becomes self-righteously vexed, because it lets us see what a bunch of cunts we all really are. The Onion called a young actress a ‘cunt’ in an online thread, and then apologized. The response has been the usual hailstorm or self-righteous recrimination. So, for the […]
The Conspiracy Realist versus Conspiracy Theorists! It’s a hot time on the PsoNick Aitchison show (Type 1 Radio Lounge) out of sunny Brighton, England battling out the Judy Woods concept of 9/11. Liam Scheff isn’t buying it – he’s detailed the 9/11 story in “Official Stories” Ch 4. But the crowd battles back with their […]
by Liam Scheff Do you stop yourself from writing complete, unabbreviated words, even when using a full-sized keyboard? If so, you may be unintentionally making yourself less intelligent. Do you find that you forget words that you are certain you used to know? It’s because you don’t use them anymore. You’ve ceased. Stopped. You don’t […]
A short treatise on what is right and wrong with some aspects of the current “paleo/primal” and Sally Fallon (anti-soy) movements. I’ve done this in two languages, so those who eat a great deal of pork and beef, and those who don’t can both follow along. In three parts. First, for the boeuf crowd: 1. […]
Yesterday I was attacked by… Weston Pricers! Oh, it wasn’t that bad – just an FBI social network blow-up; but it’s happened so many times, I think I need to be public about it. Weston Price was a dentist who found that healthy people tend to eat locally-grown, seasonally-appropriate food, with an emphasis on grains, […]
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By Liam Scheff theintelhub.com September 26, 2012 “The Avengers” is out on video this week. Youtube is already full of clips, and you can own your very own digital disk for between twenty and forty or fifty dollars, depending on how many “branded” pieces of plastic you want to accompany your purchase. The film is directed […]
Catch me in a jumbo interview with Vinny Eastwood, New Zealand’s top independent journalist-provocateur… “live” on Youtube!
Not that you asked, but. Klimt – A surrealist time-bending tale of the life of the truly great artist Gustav Klimt; the narrative structure will drive most people to distraction. The whole thing seemed true to me. John Malkovich is as perverse as he can possibly be, and it’s so wonderfully effective. And damn it, […]
by Liam Scheff It’s been said that if a lie is told often enough, it begins to sound true. And so, you can bet that a fib that has been repeated for four hundred years may be hard to shake off. On Thursday’s Robert Scott Bell Show (10/20/11), RSB and Liam Scheff speak with Mark […]
What is in a vaccine!?
Gun-toting ‘peace officers’ invade private raw-foods/raw-dairy buying co-op in Venice, California. Arrests, dumping and destruction of produce, private property, and seizing of assets follow….A judge issues a gag order on those arrested… “But I don’t drink raw milk,” you say… Well, I don’t drink milk at all. But so what? The issue at stake is […]
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What is in a Vaccine? “formaldehyde, aluminum hydroxide, aluminum phosphate, thimerosal, and polysorbate 80 (Tween-80), gelatin, ammonium sulfate, formalin, and sucrose, sorbitol, hydrolized gelatin, chick embryo, hydrolized gelatin, human diploid cells from aborted fetal tissue, aluminum hydroxide, benzethonium chloride, and formaldehyde, formaldehyde, aluminum phosphate, ammonium sulfate, and thimerosal, washed sheep RBCs, glycerin, and phenol -a […]
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It’s June, not April, so pinch your nose and pray this is a joke: Somehow this feels like a Vonnegut plotline: population boom equals food shortage. Solution? Synthesize food from human waste matter. Absurd yes, but Japanese scientists have actually discovered a way to create edible steaks from human feces. Mitsuyuki Ikeda, a researcher from […]
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Radio Breakdown – The World is Illusion… Your Cereal Box is Lying to You… Everyone and Everything is Fakin’ it… Tune in to hear the antidote at the Intel Hub.
Sometimes the greatest act of rebellion is to acknowledge a pervasive lie. Don’t be afraid to let your friends, co-workers, cashiers, and mothers-in-law know: “I Do Not Believe Official Stories. Official Stories Exist To Protect Officials.”
Report: Iran kills terrorist Dick-al-bin-Cheney, in undisclosed location in unknown region of unheard of country. TNN News: Iranian commandos have apprehended and killed long-sought terrorist mastermind, O-Dick-al-bin-Cheney, in an undisclosed location in an unknown region of an unheard of country in the Middle East. Details of the raid are being kept secret “to keep Iranians […]
Ideas to Protect Yourself from Harmful Radiation by John Kozinski As the crisis in Japan unfolds, there is uncertainty about possible radiation that may affect Japan and the world. Potassium iodide pills have been sold out at many of the American distributors. Potassium iodide helps protect a person from the harmful effects of radioactive iodine […]
By Jonathan Campbell http://cqs.com The Japanese nuclear emergency has taken a turn for the worse. There are now at least five nuclear reactors that are in jeopardy, and three of them are assumed to have had partial meltdowns as a result of loss of coolant as a result of earthquake damage to the main pumping […]
by Liam Scheff Today’s astronomers ask us to believe that the universe emerged, by accident, from a null point – a nothing – which expanded or exploded, and slowed, and sped up, and now is doing something confusing… They call this the ‘Big Bang': “First there was nothing, which exploded.”* (How Biblical!) The model continues […]
by Liam Scheff Tommy Morrison, former world champion heavyweight boxer, this year seeking a license to box in the State of Washington, asked the WA. State Dept of Labor to find him a test that would test for “actual HIV virus” that would prove “100% accurately” that he was “infected” with one particular thing. The […]
Join Liam and guests as he delves into questions and answers about nuclear power – is it the answer to our problems? Nuclear has grown “cleaner” and now promises greater delivery of energy for less cost. We look at the pros and cons and the hidden realities of becoming a nuclear nation? Saturday 7 PM […]