Why Everyone Hates The Press

July 27, 2010

Gel that can help decayed teeth grow back could end fillings

This is the second paragraph:

Researchers say in lab studies it took just four weeks to restore teeth back to their original healthy state.

Four weeks to get teeth restored without drilling! Sign me up!

But it’s not until near the end we find out this:

In a separate experiment, the French scientists applied the gel to the teeth of mice with dental cavities. In just one month, the cavities had disappeared.

The teeth of mice?! Human beings have cavities larger than an entire mouse tooth!

So this article is really nothing but hype to get people to buy the paper or hit the website page.

You whores. This is why we hate you.

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July 27, 2010

Do Some Damage: The Kindle Problem


July 27, 2010

The idea of travelling across the country only to feel like shit gets old really quickly, especially when you’re doing it on your own time.

Do Some Damage: The Eventful Writer


July 27, 2010

Personal Health – What Do You Lack? Probably Vitamin D – NYTimes.com


July 27, 2010

Stieg Larsson Passes 1 Million Kindle Books Sold

Larsson is the first author to join the new “Kindle Million Club”

Amazon Media Room: News Release


July 27, 2010

The wiretap law being used to charge Anthony Graber is intended to protect private communication between two parties. According to David Rocah, the ACLU attorney handling Mr. Graber’s case, “To charge Graber with violating the law, you would have to conclude that a police officer on a public road, wearing a badge and a uniform, performing his official duty, pulling someone over, somehow has a right to privacy when it comes to the conversation he has with the motorist.

Sixteen Years in Prison for Videotaping the Police? | MAINE CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION


July 27, 2010

But when language is stolen and poisoned, the poison works its way backwards through time and sideways into the reputations of innocent men.

From Salman Rushdie’s novel ‘The Ground Beneath Her Feet’ (via artistikem)

Wow, that applies perfectly to the BBC’s Sherlock as well as comic book panels and book titles I’ve seen posted that now have different meanings due to the poison of our day.