Archive for March, 2007

Batman Gets Lego Treatment

2007, Mar 27th

Batman Logo

I find this totally cool. Being a fan of Legos most of my life I certainly enjoy it when the company decides to base their little Lego men on various themes. Usally the theme is quite interesting as they tend not to do just any old theme. Mostly they are based on movies, timelines, or on current culture. But when an enthusiast gets ahold of their own collections of Legos, their imaginations run rampant. I just found out from the SciFiWire article that the Lego pc game creators will be making their own creation of a Batman themed Lego pc game. I certainly did enjoy the Stars Wars themed games as they had a certain entertainment value to them and I hope their future themed video games are just as enjoyable. :)

“Warner Brothers has signed a licensing deal to produce a new game featuring Batman in Lego form, Variety reported. Lego Batman will be published by Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment and developed by TT Games, the company behind the two successful Lego Star Wars games.

Similar to Lego Star Wars and its sequel, which both sold several million units in the U.S. alone, Lego Batman will be a family-friendly game featuring the characters from DC’s Batman comics made out of the famous toy bricks. Warner will release it in 2008 on multiple consoles.”

It’s Been An ‘All Out War’ On Pot Smokers For 35 Years

2007, Mar 25th

Since 1972, U.S. taxpayers have spent well over $20 billion enforcing criminal marijuana laws and 16.5 million people have been arrested. It’s time to put an end to this waste.

Thirty-five years ago this month, a congressionally mandated commission on U.S. drug policy did something extraordinary: They told the truth about marijuana.

On March 22, 1972, the National Commission on Marihuana (sic) and Drug Abuse — chaired by former Pennsylvania Gov. Raymond P. Shafer — recommended Congress amend federal law so that the use and possession of pot would no longer be a criminal offense. State legislatures, the commission added, should do likewise.

“The criminal law is too harsh a tool to apply to personal possession even in the effort to discourage use,” concluded the commission, which included several conservative appointees of then-President Richard Nixon. “It implies an overwhelming indictment of the behavior, which we believe is not appropriate. The actual and potential harm of use of the drug is not great enough to justify intrusion by the criminal law into private behavior, a step which our society takes only with the greatest reluctance.

“… Therefore, the commission recommends … [that the] possession of marihuana for personal use no longer be an offense, [and that the] casual distribution of small amounts of marihuana for no remuneration, or insignificant remuneration, no longer be an offense.”

10 Things You Never Knew About Sex

2007, Mar 25th

1. The typical lovemaking session lasts around 15 minutes: roughly 10 to 12 minutes of foreplay and around 3 to 5 minutes of intercourse.

2. Humans aren’t the only horny members of the animal kingdom doing it just for fun. Dolphins and a type of chimpanzee called the bonobo have also been observed engaging in sexual activity when they are not in their natural reproductive cycles.

3. While Viagra has made erectile dysfunction (affecting 10 to 12 percent of men) a household phrase, the opposite problem — premature ejaculation — is more common (affecting 24 to 27 percent of men). The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is currently reviewing a drug called dapoxetine as a cure for this problem.

4. Crank up that thermostat… orgasms may be more intense in warmer conditions. The degree of vasocongestion, reddening or darkeing of the skin known as the “sex flush,” is both more common in warmer temperatures and an indication of how intense an orgasm may be.

5. If a woman experiences orgasm during sex, she is more likely to become pregnant, since orgasmic spasms in pelvic muscles help move sperm up the vaginal canal to the uterus.

6. Homosexuality is not unique to humans. Many species have been observed engaging in homosexual activity, and in fact male bats have the highest rate of homosexuality of all mammals.

7. On any given day 400,000,000 people around the world — 1 in 17 of us — will have sexual intercourse. Broken down further, 4,000 people are having sex at any given time.

8. Sex cures headaches. Endorphins released into our bloodstream when we have sex not only give us pleasure but also act as painkillers. Useful information to whip out the next time your partner uses a headache as a reason to say no.

9. Many elderly can and do have frequent sex. At age 70, 73% of males are still potent, and 30% of women 80 or older have still have sex.

10. 70% of women would rather eat choclate than have sex.


Assessing The Harm Of Illegal Drugs

2007, Mar 25th

Illegal drug use is here to stay. Human beings have used mind-altering chemicals for at least as long as we’ve cultivated crops, and if the US experiment with prohibition of alcohol in the 1920s taught us anything, it’s that criminalizing a product with such huge demand will do very little to stop people using it.

The UK leads Europe when it comes to the use of illegal drugs, topping the charts for cocaine, ecstasy, amphetamines and LSD, and coming second for cannabis use. As in most countries, there is a classification system for illegal drugs, from class A to class C. Class A drugs are supposedly the most dangerous and carry with them the harshest penalties for possession or distribution. Heroin and cocaine are both class A, barbiturates are class B and cannabis and steroids are class C. But as with many countries’ classification schemes, the harm that these drugs can do to users and societies doesn’t often match up with their legal status.

Now, a new paper published in The Lancet has looked at this issue and has put together a more rational scale to assess the relative levels of harm from drugs, both legal and illegal. The work was carried out by a cross-disciplinary group of rather eminent scientists, including Prof. Colin Blakemore, the head of the Medical Research Council (equivalent to the NIH). The study involved surveying two groups; a national group of leading psychiatrists, and a more general group made up of experts from a range of disciplines including forensics, pharmacology, the police and legal services, chemistry, and epidemiology.

The surveys were designed to rate drugs for harm for three different categories, on a scale of 0-3, with 3 being most harmful. Then an overall mean was taken. The categories were physical harm, dependence, and social harm. The first group of psychiatrists assessed the following drugs; heroin, cocaine, alcohol, barbiturates, amphetamine, methadone, benzodiazepines, solvents, buprenorphine, tobacco, ecstasy, cannabis, LSD, and steroids. You’ll note both tobacco and alcohol on that list. In the words of the authors’ “Tobacco and alcohol were included because their extensive use has provided reliable data on their risks and harms, providing familiar benchmarks against which the absolute harms of other drugs can be judged. However, direct comparison of the scores for tobacco and alcohol with those of the other drugs is not possible since the fact that they are legal could affect their harms in various ways, especially through easier availability.”

The second group looked at the same drugs, and also khat, 4-methylthio- amphetamine (4-MTA), gamma 4-hydroxybutyric acid (GHB), ketamine, methyl phenidate, and alkyl nitrites, some of which are not illegal in the UK but are still misused. As you can see from the graph, in the opinion of these experts, some of the drug classifications are spot on, such as cocaine and heroin, but others are a surprise. Alchohol ranks number 5, despite being perfectly legal, whereas ecstasy, currently a class A drug, is one of the least harmful.

The paper highlights the failings of the current Misuse of Drugs Act, and although they do not suggest that alcohol or tobacco ought to be criminalized, from a scientific perspective they “saw no clear distinction between socially acceptable and illicit substances. The fact that the two most widely used legal drugs lie in the upper half of the ranking of harm is surely important information that should be taken into account in public debate on illegal drug use.”

The fact that the UK home office did downgrade cannabis from class B to C recently suggests that the UK government is at least open to the idea that their drugs policies might not have been working. Whether or not the same message will get through to US lawmakers seems unlikely to me. Although the “war on drugs” in the US is having devastating consequences on certain sections of US society, its also very big business for law enforcement, private prisons and other associated interest groups.


Weekly Paper Fills Mug Shot Hunger

2007, Mar 25th

Orlando – America loves a good mug shot. The more frizzed, frazzled and frantic, the better.

An Orlando entrepreneur has seized on that fascination, recently starting Jail, a weekly newspaper filled with nothing but the unflattering thumbnails. Page after page, with only a few ads in between.

“A mug shot is a couple notches below your driver’s license picture,” said Devin James, 41, dressed casually in sweat pants, sneakers and a ball cap. “And everyone takes a messed up driver’s license picture.”

Mug shots have gained popularity online thanks to sites like The Smoking Gun, which feature arrest photos of professional athletes, musicians and Hollywood A-, B- and C-listers — Nick Nolte, Glen Campbell and Mel Gibson, among them. Some mug shots beg for more detail, like the bare-chested man arrested and charged with burglary. Perhaps a shirt was one of the items he hoped to steal.

James carefully chooses the mug shots on the front page — issues with attractive women on the front move fastest.

“Sex sells,” James said.


Dumb Laws… In Canada

2007, Mar 25th

Found this website just a short while ago and found it rather humorous, and insightful. Some of these laws I knew existed, while some are new and surprising to me. Here is a list of dumb laws from Canada. Some seem to be from previous centuries that were just never fixed. You can then peruse the site for other dumb laws from the US and around the world. I like how all the ones from Canada fit on one page, while the ones from the US are sorted by state. :P

Comic books which depict any illegal acts are banned.

35% of a radio stations content must be “Canadian Content”.

You may not pay for a fifty-cent item with only pennies.

Citizens may not publicly remove bandages.

It is illegal for clear or non-dark sodas to contain caffeine.

Businesses must provide rails for tying up horses.

Wooden logs may not be painted.

You may never use dice to play craps.

If you are released from prison, it is required that you are given a handgun with bullets and a horse, so you can ride out of town.

When raining, a person may not water his/her lawn.

It is illegal to turn right on a red light at any time.

Margarine producers can’t make their margarine yellow.

All business signs in the province of Quebec must be in French.

If you have a water trough in your front yard it must be filled by 5:00 a.

Homeowners are responsible for clearing snow off of municipal sidewalks.

The city is classified as a no-pee zone.

The color of house and garage doors is regulated by city bylaws (a purple door get you a fine).

You can’t work on your car in the street.

It’s illegal to climb trees.

Read more Dumb Laws!

13-Year-Old Girl Is Rotten Sneakers Queen

2007, Mar 25th

Montpelier, Vermont – Thirteen-year-old Katharine Tuck’s sneakers smell as bad as they look. Now, at least, the Utah seventh-grader can afford some new ones.

On Tuesday, she out-ranked six other children to win $2,500 in the 32nd annual National Odor-Eaters Rotten Sneaker Contest, stinking up the joint with a pair of well-worn 1½-year-old Nikes so noxious they had the judges wincing.

“I’m so proud of the little stinker,” said her mother, Paula Tuck.

Ah, the foul smell of success.

Katharine has used the sneakers to play soccer and basketball, hiked in them, even waded into the Great Salt Lake, where they were infiltrated by brine shrimp.

The contest, founded in 1975 as a sporting goods store promotion and now sponsored by the manufacturer of anti-foot odor products, pits children from around the United States who have won state-level competitions for the generally cruddy condition of their footwear.

Michael Nduka, 9, of White Plains, New York, sported ratty black-and-white low-cuts, which — like the others — were passed from judge to judge for inspection. Judge William Fraser held one up using the tip of a pen.

Contestants had to jump in place once and make one full turn in place before taking off their shoes and handing them to the judges. It was 24 degrees outside, but only one of the kids wore socks — foot sweat is a boon, not a bane, in this game.

Katharine and her father missed a connecting flight and had to drive part of the way to Vermont. Their luggage still had not arrived Tuesday.

Her mother had the foresight to warn her not to ship her prized shoes in her checked baggage. Mercifully for airport security screeners, she did not wear them, either, opting to carry them in her purse.


Automakers Say: Look At Cars Not Women

2007, Mar 25th

Seoul – South Korean carmakers plan to cut down on the number of scantily clad models at the Seoul Motor Show hoping people will look at the cars instead.

The show, which starts in April, usually attracts thousands of camera-wielding men snapping pictures of young women models in revealing costumes whose images quickly make their way to Web sites in the world’s most-wired country.

“We would rather have the spectators’ attention on our cars than the attractive ladies,” said Hyundai Motor Company spokesman Jake Jang.

Hyundai, which is unveiling several new models and a concept car called QarmaQ that uses lightweight plastics, will hire fewer models for the event. Its affiliate Kia will do the same.

Hyundai, with Kia, is the world’s sixth-largest car maker.

Renault Samsung Motors, starting last year, changed the attire of its models from miniskirts to more modest business suits and gave them handheld computers to help answer questions, a company official said.

“When we look at motor shows overseas, the foreign brands did not have models with provocative clothing,” the official said.

“It only seems to commercialize women and we want the car to shine, not the women.”


Burglar Pays Dearly For Credit Card Trick

2007, Mar 25th

Berlin – A hapless German thief snapped his credit card in two while prying open a lock, inadvertently leaving behind his name and account details for police.

“He tried to copy what he’d seen them do on television, but the flat-owner woke up and the criminal ran away,” a police spokesman said Wednesday. “The victim called up and read us the details off the card.”

“When we got round to the burglars house, the other half of his credit card was sitting on his kitchen table.”

The 29-year-old burglar was trying to open the door to his neighbor’s apartment in Moenchengladbach in western Germany, police said.


New Jersey Thieves Snatch $12,000 In Underwear

2007, Mar 25th

New York – Three brazen New Jersey shoplifters made off with nearly $12,000 in women’s underwear by stuffing the goods into bags designed to foil anti-theft equipment at a Victoria’s Secret store while the shop was open for business, police said.

Surveillance cameras captured two men and one woman jamming undergarments into large bags and walking past customers and staff into the Newport Center Mall in Jersey City.

Police said the thieves took over $6,900 in panties and more than $4,900 in bras. Victoria’s Secret bras retail from $30 to over $50. Panties cost between $5 and $20, according to the company’s website.

No arrests have been made since the crime was reported Tuesday night, said Lt. Edgar Martinez, spokesman for the Jersey City police department.

“This isn’t something we’ve seen before. It’s a lot of underwear to take,” said Martinez.


No Clean Slate For Teachers; Chalk It Up To Lust

2007, Mar 25th

Tirana – Four Albanian teachers have been censured for drunken and lewd behavior in a remote village school after they had sexual intercourse behind a classroom blackboard, local reports said Friday.

The Education Ministry sacked two male teachers, replaced the headmaster and put a female teacher on probation after incensed parents in Xhyre, near the Macedonia border, locked the schoolhouse to stop the drinking and fornication in class.

“I saw them acting shamefully through the window and I told my friends and parents,” fourth-grader Elton Cuka told the Shqip daily. “They saw me and threatened to expel me from school.”

Xhevahir Hohxa, father of another pupil, was indignant. “Would you call someone a teacher who drinks raki at ten in the morning and gets drunk and chases the schoolgirls?” he demanded on Albanian television.


More Men Taking Wives’ Last Names

2007, Mar 25th

The newlyweds knew it would be surprising, but they never expected it to go quite so badly.

As Donna and Mike entered their wedding reception, an unwitting announcer told the expectant crowd, “Ladies and gentleman, put your hands together for the new Mr. and Mrs. Salinger!”

Some guests clapped, some chuckled at what they presumed was a joke and most looked at one another in confusion. The couple spent the entire reception and some of their honeymoon explaining to people what they had done.

The groom, you see, had started his day as Mike Davis and ended it by doing something precious few of his brothers-in-arms do: He took his wife’s last name instead of her taking his.

“Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought it would have caused as much of a stir as it did,” says Mike Salinger, 27, of Seattle, who was married in November. “We knew people might be surprised, but we figured they’d say ‘Huh’ and get on with it.

“Three months later, I’m still taking (flak) from one of my college roommates.”

Breaking with the ‘norm’

The Salingers broke a patriarchal tradition so ingrained in American society that many women’s studies researchers have yet to study it.

“I’m sure somewhere there’s some anthropologist or someone who has looked at this, but I don’t know of any,” says Nancy Lutkehaus, chair of the Gender Studies program at the University of Southern California. “It hasn’t been a large enough social phenomenon that it’s hit the radar as something to be studied.”

That may be coming. The California Legislature is set to consider a bill this month that would allow men to change their surnames upon marriage as seamlessly as women now can. Only seven states now allow a man who wishes to alter his name after his wedding to do so without going through the laborious, frequently expensive legal process set out by the courts for any name change. Women don’t have to do so.

The bill is co-sponsored by the ACLU of California as a follow-up to a federal lawsuit the civil rights group filed in December on behalf of Michael Buday, a Los Angeles man who wants to take on his wife’s surname, Bijon, to show his affinity for his father-in-law. He accuses the state of gender discrimination for forcing him into the more complex process.

“We have the perfect marriage application for the 17th century,” says ACLU attorney Mark Rosenbaum, who is litigating the case. Buday did not respond to requests for an interview. “Every place Michael went, he had the door shut in his face or he was ridiculed.”

Mike Salinger, who said it cost him about $350 to change his name legally, concedes he changed his name “because I’m a big ole granola liberal and I wanted to tweak the tradition while showing my wife I love her.”


Unusual Alliance Fights .xxx Creation

2007, Mar 25th

New York – Online pornographers and religious groups are in a rare alliance as a key Internet oversight agency nears a decision on creating a virtual red-light district through a “.xxx” Internet address.

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers — ICANN — which has already rejected similar proposals twice since 2000, planned to vote as early as next week on whether to approve the domain name for voluntary use by porn sites.

The decision ultimately could hinge on whether “.xxx” has the support of the adult-entertainment industry — and many porn sites have been strongly opposed.

“One of the criteria is that it (must) have general support among the industry it’s supposed to serve, and it does not,” said Mark Kernes, a board member with the industry trade group Free Speech Coalition. “I have not met one single webmaster or adult video producer that is in favor of ‘.xxx,’ and I’ve met a lot of them.”

Porn sites are largely concerned that the domain name, while billed as voluntary, would make it easier for governments to later mandate its use and “essentially ghettoize sexual information on the Web,” Kernes said.

ICM Registry Inc., the company behind the proposal, has vowed to fight any government efforts to compel its use and cited preregistrations of some 76,000 names as evidence of support. Kernes said many Web sites reserved names simply to prevent someone else from having it.

The Free Speech Coalition believes a domain name for kids-friendly sites would be more appropriate.

Given its voluntary nature, “.xxx” is unlikely to have much effect on parents’ ability to block porn sites.

And because a domain name serves merely as an easy-to-remember moniker for a site’s actual numeric Internet address, even if a government were to mandate its use, a child could simply punch in the numeric address of any blocked “.xxx” name.


Religious groups worry that “.xxx” would legitimize and expand the number of adults sites, which more than a third of U.S. Internet users visit each month, according to comScore Media Metrix. The Web site measurement firm said 4 percent of all Web traffic and 2 percent of all time spent Web surfing involved an adult site.”They will keep their ‘.com’ domains, and I have no doubt they will buy their ‘.xxx’ as well,” said Patrick Trueman, special counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund, a Christian public-interest law firm. “There will be twice as much pornography on the Internet.”

Trueman and other critics say ICM will be the only beneficiaries.

Continue reading the article over at SeattlePI.

Pair Sentenced For Sex In Front Of Girl

2007, Mar 21st

Providence, R.I. – A mother and her boyfriend were sentenced to three years probation on Monday for having intercourse in front of the woman’s 9-year-old daughter to teach the girl about sex.

Chief Family Court Judge Jeremiah S. Jeremiah Jr. sentenced Rebecca Arnold of Woonsocket, and her boyfriend, David Prata, to probation and a three-year suspended sentence after they pleaded no contest to a felony child neglect charge.

The judge said he wanted to spare the young girl, now 11, from testifying, according to Michael Healey, a spokesman for Attorney General Patrick Lynch.

During an investigation by the state child welfare authorities, Prata, 33, said he and Arnold, 36, had sex “all the time” in front of the child and that “we don’t believe in hiding anything.” He told an investigator that they did not force the girl to watch.

The allegations surfaced in December 2004 after the girl went to live with her father in North Adams, Mass., after spending the summer with her mother in Woonsocket.

A teacher called a child abuse hotline to report that the girl said her mother and her boyfriend had sex in front of her. Woonsocket police arrested the couple February 2005.


Cop’s Internet Breasts Prompt Investigation

2007, Mar 20th

Sydney – A photograph of a young Australian policewoman’s breasts, sent to her boyfriend as a get well message on her mobile phone, has sparked an investigation after it was circulated on internal police e-mail.

The Victoria state police constable was in her police uniform with her name badge visible, her shirt undone and her breasts exposed when she was photographed, Australian Associated Press (AAP) reported Monday.

The image was circulated widely through the force’s internal e-mail, landing in the inboxes of top-ranking officers and ethical standards department detectives.

“She has sent an image to her boyfriend and obviously he has done the wrong thing and forwarded it on,” a Victoria Police spokeswoman told AAP.

“The ethical standards department has been notified. They are aware of the incident, which involved the circulation of a photograph, and they are examining it to see if an offence has been committed.”


Where can I get a copy of this photo? She can arrest me with her top open anyday.  :P

Man Charged In Arson Of 6 Million Wine Bottles

2007, Mar 20th

Sacramento, California – U.S. prosecutors charged a California man Monday with stealing fine wine he stored for upscale clients and then burning down a warehouse holding 6 million bottles worth $200 million to $250 million to hide the scam.

The U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of California charged Mark Anderson with 19 criminal counts including arson, transporting fraudulently obtained property, mail fraud and tax evasion following the 2005 fire of the Wines Central warehouse in Vallejo.

The warehouse was south of Napa, one of the nation’s best known and most expensive wine-growing regions, and the crime shocked the area where wine is big business.

Anderson, 58, of Sausalito, California, owned a business called Sausalito Cellars which leased a small part of a massive climate-controlled warehouse and charged clients to store bottles of wine there.

“As high as it sounds, a conservative estimate is $200 to $250 million and insurance estimates put it even higher than that,” prosecutor Steven Lapham, who is leading the case, said in an interview. “It does seem staggering, but that’s a lot of wine.”

“The allegations are that he was embezzling his clients’ wine and that to cover up the embezzlement he destroyed the wine of his that was still in there along with the rest of the warehouse.”

The warehouse stored wine for 92 different wineries, including from elite Napa Valley wineries.


This man should get life in prison. There is nothing worse than wasting alcohol, especially the amount he did. If he didn’t want them anymore I would of certainly taken them off his hands, and then we could of said they were still in the building. :P

Hooters Heading For Holy Land

2007, Mar 20th

Jerusalem – U.S. restaurant chain Hooters, known for waitresses in low-cut blouses and short skirts, will open its first branch in Israel this summer, in the Mediterranean seaside city of Tel Aviv.

“I strongly believe that the Hooters concept is something that Israelis are looking for,” Ofer Ahiraz, who bought the Hooters franchise for Israel, told Reuters Monday. “Hooters can suit the Israeli entertainment culture.”

At Hooters, waitresses the company calls Hooters Girls serve spicy chicken wings, sandwiches, seafood and drinks.

Ahiraz said a specific location in Tel Aviv, Israel’s most cosmopolitan city, had yet to be chosen, but he said it would not open restaurants near large religious populations, and they would not be kosher.

He said his plan was to open as many as five Hooters restaurants in the next few years, including one in the southern resort city of Eilat.

The Tel Aviv version of Hooters is expected to mimic most of the chain’s other 430 restaurants in the United States and in 23 countries including China, Switzerland, Australia and Brazil.

Ahiraz said, however, he expected some minor modifications to meet Israeli tastes since U.S. chains have had a mixed response in Israel.

Food chains such as Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts and Hard Rock Cafe failed, Kentucky Fried Chicken closed many locations, while others such as Burger King and McDonalds have thrived by altering their offerings to suit the Israeli market.

“It shows that if you are flexible and listen to your customers you can be a success story,” Ahiraz said.

The opening of Hooters in Israel is part of the chain’s global expansion. Privately held Hooters said it planned to open 17 restaurants in Colombia, Dubai, Guam, New Zealand and India in the next two years.

“International expansion is a major focus for our company, and we are very excited to add Israel to our family,” John Weber, executive vice president of franchise operations for Hooters of America, said in a statement.


Singapore Woman Jailed For Online Dating Scam

2007, Mar 20th

Singapore – A married Singaporean woman who met a man in an online chatroom and conned him into giving her about $45,000 after she promised to marry him, was jailed for six months on Monday, court documents showed.

Maliha Ramu, 36, used a false name and photographs of Bollywood actress Gayatri Joshi when she began an online relationship with Bharani Indran, an Indian national living in the United States, according to the Straits Times newspaper.

After Ramu promised in 2004 to marry Indran, she asked him to send her a total of about $45,000 for her mother’s funeral expenses and for a friend’s wedding, according to the court documents.

Indran eventually grew suspicious of Ramu when she asked for more money and filed a police report in Singapore, the Straits Times said. The paper added that Ramu’s husband had no idea she had struck up an online relationship until the police came to their apartment to arrest her in August.

“No sensible man will — without seeing her in person first — send so much money to a woman who claims she loves him and wants to marry him,” Ramu’s husband was quoted as saying in the Straits Times.


Grindhouse trailer 2

2007, Mar 20th

Yes, this trailer is a bit old now but it definately looks good and I wanted to share it with you for those who haven’t seen it. One of the few movies this year I am definately looking forward to seeing.

Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End trailer

2007, Mar 20th

No explanation needed here. Title says it all. Enjoy! :)

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