Viagra

This guy needs to harden up…oh wait

People are stupid, but this guy really is a?finalist for the world’s most stupid people

A 35-year-old British man landed himself a hospital after he took 35 Viagra pills in an hour, resulting in constant erections for five days.

Daniel Medforth, from Withernsea in East Yorkshire, was dared to take the pills and did so ‘for a laugh’, The Sun reported.

The father-of-two began to feel ill, and confided in his wife who called an ambulance.

“I ended up feeling sick, dizzy and hallucinating, everything I saw was green. And I had a massive erection that would not go away,” he told The Sun. ? Read more »

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[EXCLUSIVE] Problem with your erection? Not to worry, NZ On Air to the rescue!

While blogs like this one stand on its own two feet with the help of commercial arrangements, private sponsorship and donations, others can’t survive unless they get to suck on the public money tit.

Blogs like?The?Pantograph Punch have been sidling up to the Air NZ trough for some easy money.

Innovation in arts, history and story-telling attracts NZ On Air support

16 October 2013

Five boundary-pushing digital media projects that between them will make history and street art accessible, develop young story-tellers, and entertain children, have been selected for funding from NZ On Air’s Ignite Digital Media Fund.

This was the second Ignite funding round, attracting 63 applications. The fund supports innovative and creative online content targeted to special interest audiences that are rarely well-served by mainstream media.

A project based in Nelson,?HEART?(Heritage Education Augmented Reality Tours),?will develop a tablet and smart phone app to bring to life historic photos from the Nelson Provincial Museum. Users will be guided to the photo locations, and through their device, can compare the views of past and present, and access audio, video and text stories about the locations. It is likely to be a useful pilot for other regions.

Lovely idea. ?But why are you and I being asked to pay for it?

Anyway, what does Viagra have to do with NZ On Air and The P… whatever… (who?)

Art and culture will be further supported by the inclusion of a stream of multimedia content to be integrated into the fresh journalism site?The Pantograph Punch.

Journalism you say? ?*sigh*

How much did they get?

Funding details

HEART – Heritage Education Augmented Reality Tours, tablet and smart phone app, Kiwi AR,?$45,000

If These Walls Could Talk, mini-documentary webseries, Trustme Ltd,?$42,523

Little Legends, app development, Luke Nola & Friends,?$44,080

Nia’s Extra Ordinary Life, 12 x 3.5 min webisodes, Brown Sugar Apple Grunt Productions,$45,000

The Pantograph Punch, multimedia content stream, The Pantograph Punch Trust,?$30,715

Perhaps Cam Slater and friends should enter the next funding round?
Anyway, if someone, like me I suppose, were to tell you about?The Pantograph Punch, and the fact that they do “journalism”, and they received a cool $30k of of our money to do it, you might very well go…

Who they hell is/are?The Pantograph Punch?

And what do you do next?

Google it?

The Pantograph Punch Google search result 10 January 2014 / whaleoil.co.nz

The Pantograph Punch Google search result 10 January 2014 / whaleoil.co.nz

Your tax dollars at work producing top shelf “journalism”.

PPTA selling Viagra? Are times that tough?

Good to see the PPTA is both security conscious (not) and moving into erectile dysfunction pharmaceuticals. Afterall, the? latter is one way to keep student numbers up.

Google PPTA Charter Schools and see for yourself.

Good of Google to warn us that?the?PPTA site is compromised…but then the whole organisation has been compromised for quite some time.

PPTA Charter Schools

Does Trev have the same excuse?

? Foreign Policy

I think this explains Trevor’s need to run one up every piece of skirt he can find.

Also, he explained that Moammar Qaddafi was a sex addict whose heavy use of Viagra badly affected his decision-making — which could complicate the ICC’s efforts to convict Saif al-Islam (FP’s web editors wanted that to be the lead, for some reason).

“Most people don’t know, he was almost addicted, he had sexual addiction, consumed enormous amounts of viagra and other similar pills, which had a very serious negative effect when combined with his other medication.”

Why do politicians break the no rooting rule?

An article in the Sydney Morning Herald investigates why politicians are inveterate rooters:

Richard Nixon’s secretary of state, Henry Kissinger, said: ”Power is the great aphrodisiac.” (Although it has to be said his planned seduction of the B-grade movie actor Mamie van Doren went awry when she was repelled by his smelly socks.) He regretted saying that famous bon mot but it’s true. Because political leaders are the alpha males in the community, women are attracted to them, even though the men may be ugly and much older, as was Bill Clinton when he and Monica Lewinsky indulged in kinky cigar sex in the White House.

It’s the same with the recently resigned Italian prime minster, Silvio Berlusconi, whose orgies, or bunga-bunga parties, have become notorious. What repelled many people was the thought of this plump former cruise singer in his 70s, with a rigid, shiny face courtesy of plastic surgery and Botox, bedding teenagers.

But, as I know from my own past, the allure of the dominant male is strong.

A relative of mine was a prim and proper woman and a fanatical Labor supporter. Although she was married, she had flings with a charismatic prime minister and an unappealing but highly intelligent state premier. She not only admired these men but justified her behaviour as a feminine way of supporting the Labor Party.

Many political leaders have had enormous sexual appetites. Chairman Mao Zedong was a legendary sleaze and the recently murdered Libyan dictator Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, fuelled by dangerous amounts of Viagra, had sex five times a day with any women his aides could find for him. Mussolini and Napoleon were just as voracious.

The thing is that we might be shocked by the amount of sexual excess but not surprised, which is why it’s strange that we continue to have politicians’ careers ruined or besmirched by sexual allegations.

So it appears that politicians break the no rooting rule because they can.

What appears common to most of these politicians is the risks they take, whether it’s sex in the Oval Office or mooching around for hookers in a Paris park. But then it could be said that most politicians succeed by taking risks.

It’s the nature of politics to gamble on making a grasp for leadership or to outfox one’s opponents with a risky strategy. Fuelled by a lust for power and driven by vast reserves of testosterone, which he needs to make it to the top, the alpha politician regards women as a just and proper reward for someone in his position.

Politics is about power and with it comes the exhilaration of being the dominant male. The risks of discovery these men take in their private lives is a part of the allure of such adventures. The excitement of the risk of being caught is underpinned by their arrogance and feelings of invulnerability, something that was clearly evident in Clinton’s dangerous fling.

But there’s more to it. The art of politics is being able to seduce your backers and the public to vote for you. It’s only a short step to these men thinking it’s only natural that they can also seduce any woman they want. If you believe Tiffanie – and there are many reasons for doing so – then Macdonald said to her: ”If you knew who I was, you would be very surprised.” It sums up both a politician’s massive ego and the thrill of being a powerful man.

 

 

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