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 on: January 14, 2013, 02:07:03 am 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™
Cissey Twaddling-duckfart happens to be one of THE MOST USELESS handles to ever grace flame boards. I mean to say, who actually makes arrangements for matches and then cannot be bothered showing up for their daily arse thrashing? It’s a huge effort signing in and out of alters, innit?

We all know where KH is. She’s scanning literotica.com for the next bout of ineffectual gay **** **** to write her 20 page scroll bomb to blitz the final minutes of the match.

I found a place where she gets her inspiration from. (see letters below in quotes)

The serial board raider missed some though.  Yes she missed some from none other than one of Goats ancestral relatives. Insanity runs in families, it’s claimed and Poms sure do have their notorious history for and/of the bizarre! ( Goats once posted up an article about having sex with a dolphin, I **** you not ).  KH brags about sexy murder and systematically raping us all. Both these dweebs come from the same polluted Spring… they are related to the Werewolf of Wisteria.

Are you now wondering who this person is? No? Well, I will inform you in any case. The Werewolf of Wisteria was the son of a 75 yr old Englishman, ( otherwise known as an unwashed Pom), and an Irish mother. The Werewolf of Wisteria was  Hamilton Howard Fish, born in Washington, D.C. on May 19, 1870. He was the murderer of small children, but more than that, he ate them. He was a cannibal. If you have the stomach for it, then you can research him on the net.

The Werewolf of Wisteria liked to be known as Albert Fish. He liked to harass his victims relatives and his lawyer with the confessions of his crimes. Below are two examples, verbatim, including spelling and grammar errors, -

“Dear Mrs. Budd.

In 1894 a friend of mine shipped as a deck hand on the Steamer Tacoma, Capt. John Davis. They sailed from San Francisco for Hong Kong, China. On arriving there he and two others went ashore and got drunk. When they returned the boat was gone. At that time there was famine in China. Meat of any kind was from $1–3 per pound. So great was the suffering among the very poor that all children under 12 were sold for food in order to keep others from starving. A boy or girl under 14 was not safe in the street. You could go in any shop and ask for steak—chops—or stew meat. Part of the naked body of a boy or girl would be brought out and just what you wanted cut from it. A boy or girl's behind which is the sweetest part of the body and sold as veal cutlet brought the highest price. John staid there so long he acquired a taste for human flesh. On his return to N.Y. he stole two boys, one 7 and one 11. Took them to his home stripped them naked tied them in a closet. Then burned everything they had on. Several times every day and night he spanked them – tortured them – to make their meat good and tender. First he killed the 11 year old boy, because he had the fattest ass and of course the most meat on it. Every part of his body was cooked and eaten except the head—bones and guts. He was roasted in the oven (all of his ass), boiled, broiled, fried and stewed. The little boy was next, went the same way. At that time, I was living at 409 E 100 St. near—right side. He told me so often how good human flesh was I made up my mind to taste it. On Sunday June the 3, 1928 I called on you at 406 W 15 St. Brought you pot cheese—strawberries. We had lunch. Grace sat in my lap and kissed me. I made up my mind to eat her. On the pretense of taking her to a party. You said yes she could go. I took her to an empty house in Westchester I had already picked out. When we got there, I told her to remain outside. She picked wildflowers. I went upstairs and stripped all my clothes off. I knew if I did not I would get her blood on them. When all was ready I went to the window and called her. Then I hid in a closet until she was in the room. When she saw me all naked she began to cry and tried to run down the stairs. I grabbed her and she said she would tell her mamma. First I stripped her naked. How she did kick – bite and scratch. I choked her to death, then cut her in small pieces so I could take my meat to my rooms. Cook and eat it. How sweet and tender her little ass was roasted in the oven. It took me 9 days to eat her entire body. I did not **** her tho I could of had I wished. She died a virgin.”

And the letter to his lawyer:

“I brought him to the Riker Ave. dumps. There is a house that stands alone, not far from where I took him ... I took the boy there. Stripped him naked and tied his hands and feet and gagged him with a piece of dirty rag I picked out of the dump. Then I burned his clothes. Threw his shoes in the dump. Then I walked back and took trolley to 59 St. at 2 A.M. and walked from there home. Next day about 2 P.M., I took tools, a good heavy cat-of-nine tails. Home made. Short handle. Cut one of my belts in half, slit these half in six strips about 8 in. long. I whipped his bare behind till the blood ran from his legs. I cut off his ears – nose – slit his mouth from ear to ear. Gouged out his eyes. He was dead then. I stuck the knife in his belly and held my mouth to his body and drank his blood. I picked up four old potato sacks and gathered a pile of stones. Then I cut him up. I had a grip with me. I put his nose, ears and a few slices of his belly in the grip. Then I cut him thru the middle of his body. Just below his belly button. Then thru his legs about 2 in. below his behind. I put this in my grip with a lot of paper. I cut off the head – feet – arms – hands and the legs below the knee. This I put in sacks weighed with stones, tied the ends and threw them into the pools of slimy water you will see all along the road going to North Beach. Water is 3 to 4 ft. deep. They sank at once. I came home with my meat. I had the front of his body I liked best. His monkey and pee wees and a nice little fat behind to roast in the oven and eat. I made a stew out of his ears – nose – pieces of his face and belly. I put onions, carrots, turnips, celery, salt and pepper. It was good. Then I split the cheeks of his behind open, cut off his monkey and pee wees and washed them first. I put strips of bacon on each cheek of his behind and put in the oven. Then I picked 4 onions and when meat had roasted about 1/4 hr., I poured about a pint of water over it for gravy and put in the onions. At frequent intervals I basted his behind with a wooden spoon. So the meat would be nice and juicy. In about 2 hr., it was nice and brown, cooked thru. I never ate any roast turkey that tasted half as good as his sweet fat little behind did. I ate every bit of the meat in about four days. His little monkey was as sweet as a nut, but his pee-wees I could not chew. Threw them in the toilet.”

Now if anyone has read through all that and got this far, you are indeed a net addict or one truly blessed with a caste iron gut. 

Albert Fish, The Werewolf of Wisteria spent time in an orphanage because his father naturally died being **** 75 when he fathered young Albert.. Albert was bullied in that orphanage turning out to be one of the most horrific serial killers ever.

Bullying people on the internet has the same effect on young minds and daily the evidence of that is unfolding and reported on the news.

There are quite a few morals to the story in this analogy of the KH and the Goats of these forums.

1. They’re both bullies.
2. They’re both Poms (English)
3. They both write pure crap.
4. They should be given the electric chair like Albert Fish was.

Cissey Twiddle did a piddle

She was fat in the middle

Her old man played his fiddle

While she stroked, while she diddled

Cissey Twiddle did more piddle

There’s no story, There’s no riddle

She’s just fat, in the middle.

Her hair is gray and it’s brittle

And her flame posts hold no dribble

But her gob is soured spittle

She’s too fat, in the middle

She too slow to solve this jingle

Blackmuse would’ve been better shizzle

And Cissey Twiddle's, still fat in the middle
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 on: July 13, 2012, 02:16:48 am 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™
NASA lost the moon footage… 700 boxes just disappeared into thin air.


One giant blunder for mankind: how NASA lost moon pictures

Richard Macey
August 5, 2006

THE heart-stopping moments when Neil Armstrong took his first tentative steps onto another world are defining images of the 20th century: grainy, fuzzy, unforgettable.

But just 37 years after Apollo 11, it is feared the magnetic tapes that recorded the first moon walk - beamed to the world via three tracking stations, including Parkes's famous "Dish" - have gone missing at NASA's Goddard Space Centre in Maryland.

A desperate search has begun amid concerns the tapes will disintegrate to dust before they can be found.

It is not widely known that the Apollo 11 television broadcast from the moon was a high-quality transmission, far sharper than the blurry version relayed instantly to the world on that July day in 1969.

Among those battling to unscramble the mystery is John Sarkissian, a CSIRO scientist stationed at Parkes for a decade. "We are working on the assumption they still exist," Mr Sarkissian told the Herald.

"Your guess is a good as mine as to where they are."

Mr Sarkissian began researching the role of Parkes in Apollo 11's mission in 1997, before the movie The Dish was made. However, when he later contacted NASA colleagues to ask about the tapes, they could not be found.

"People may have thought 'we have tapes of the moon walk, we don't need these'," said the scientist who hopes a new, intensive hunt will locate them.

If they can be found, he proposes making digitalised copies to treat the world to a very different view of history.

But the searchers may be running out of time. The only known equipment on which the original analogue tapes can be decoded is at a Goddard centre set to close in October, raising fears that even if they are found before they deteriorate, copying them may be impossible.

"We want the public to see it the way the moon walk was meant to be seen," Mr Sarkissian said.

"There will only ever be one first moon walk."

Originally stored at Goddard, the tapes were moved in 1970 to the US National Archives. No one knows why, but in 1984 about 700 boxes of space flight tapes there were returned to Goddard.

"We have the documents to say they were withdrawn, but no one knows exactly where they went," Mr Sarkissian said.

Many people involved had retired or died.

Also among tapes feared missing are the original recordings of the other five Apollo moon landings. The format used by the original pictures beamed from the moon was not compatible with commercial technology used by television networks. So the images received at Parkes, and at tracking stations near Canberra and in California, were played on screens mounted in front of conventional television cameras.

"The quality of what you saw on TV at home was substantially degraded" in the process, Mr Sarkissian said, creating the ghostly images of Armstrong and Aldrin that strained the eyes of hundreds of millions of people watching around the world.

Even Polaroid photographs of the screen that showed the original images received by Parkes are significantly sharper than what the public saw. While the technique looks primitive today, Mr Sarkissian said it was the best solution that 1969 technology offered.

Among the few who saw the original high-quality broadcast was David Cooke, a Parkes control room engineer in 1969.

"I can still see the screen," Mr Cook, 74, said. "I was amazed, the quality was fairly good."

The only other original copy was sitting 20 minutes from me and we just handed over our copies to the fraudsters to photoshop.


Curtin finds 'lost' Moon tapes
The West Australian July 18, 2009, 11:00 am

Curtin University staff have a special reason to remember the 40th anniversary of man's historic Moon landing on Monday.

Emeritus professor of physics John de Laeter said the university had last year found 100 tapes from the Apollo 11 mission that NASA feared had been lost for ever.

A NASA scientist had brought duplicate copies of tapes to Perth in about 1970 and had asked Professor de Laeter to store them at the university so they could be used later.

The big, old-fashioned tapes had recorded information from two experiments and had been forgotten about until the US space agency revealed it had lost the original footage from the Moon landing.

A shortage of tapes in the 1970s and 80s had led to about 200,000 tapes being erased and reused.

"Fortunately, the lab manager had sort of disobeyed orders — he was told to get rid of the tapes, but he put them in the basement under one of our lecture theatres, which is cool and dark," Professor de Laeter said.

"We went down and, sure enough, we found them in very good condition. It is wonderful to see that a local university played a part."

The tapes have been returned to NASA for use in the 40th anniversary celebrations.

Associate Professor Alex Nemchin, from Curtin University's department of applied geology, said the university had accumulated about 30 samples of Moon rock during the past five years.

Researchers had examined chemicals and isotopes from the samples and had found some minerals to be as old as 4.42 billion years.

"With techniques we are developing, in the future we will be able to do more things with the samples," he said.

In New York, a navigational chart used by the Apollo 11 astronauts has become the unexpected star of an auction marking the lunar landing anniversary.

Bonhams New York says the lunar surface star chart sold on Thursday for a staggering $US218,000 ($A270,840). The chart had been expected to bring in between $US70,000 and $US90,000.

The historic landing of astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin was on July 20, 1969.

Among the highlights of the 350-item auction were three checklists from the landing's descent.

Signed by Aldrin, the lot had been estimated to fetch $US125,000 to $US175,000 but it failed to sell.
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 on: December 10, 2011, 01:29:02 pm 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™

Full Lunar eclipse..

From Perth WA ..10 30 pm 10/12/2011


Its really tiny in the sky...

but of course... the 2 tools who posted after me have much, much smaller balls..

It was awesome alright... There were many people with cameras.

half-way through it some clouds came...  I took plenty of pictures but only a few turned out... the moon is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO bright... where I am... I am not going to complain too much though... I was able to capture pictures of a moon 240,000 + miles away on a $400 camera.

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 on: July 18, 2011, 04:28:30 am 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™
In my state at least, and in my corner of the world aborigines, are housed in 3-5 bedrooms, double brick and tiled houses. They are issued brand new houses at the time a key is handed over. They are landscaped and fenced with wrought iron for the indigenous tenants and rent is only ever charged at 25% of income. Sounds good, doesn’t it?

The only reason this place is green is because it has winter weeds and not one bit of grass grows on the usual sandpit spot, (they never watered in summer so only sand was left after the roll on lawn died YEARS ago). And there was 1 murder in this house.

For anyone from overseas staying in my suburb, like overseas students attending close by Universities and renting rooms, they get to see how aborigines are treated in my part of the country and how their treatment is reciprocated.

These homes go for around 600,000 to 700,000 thousand dollars on the private market.

Finally, on moving out, I can take its picture as normally, there are plenty of people parked in the front.

The poor neighbour next door who bought an aging fibro house in neat as a pin condition, had to build a wall.. <shakes head>.

And people here who are ignorant of aboriginal affairs keep perpetuating the myth that aborigines are hard done by. In my corner of the world, that is simply far from the truth. I am too scared to photograph the inside condition and I am glad they’ve left..

The big social experiment of having one aborigine family per street was a major flop. The idea was to teach aborigines to mix in society and that everyone else’s behaviour would rub off on them and they could be model tenants …… What a slap in the face to everyone the condition they left this once cute modern home in… Sth African indigenous keep their shacks respectable.. So why don’t ours?
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 on: July 06, 2011, 04:18:33 am 
Started by zerotolerance - Last post by caskur
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 on: July 04, 2011, 10:39:25 am 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™
The Brown Honey Eater in my Silver Princess Eucalypt.

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 on: July 04, 2011, 06:35:15 am 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™
well now there is Vdubya...

I picture I snapped yesterday at Fremantle St Patricks Church..

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 on: July 04, 2011, 06:24:29 am 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™

Tonight was beautiful at Port Beach Fremantle… it was cold though… it will be about 32 Fahrenheit in Perth tonight… brrr, brrr,….brrrrrr
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 on: July 02, 2011, 12:49:35 pm 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™
From Wiki..

"Western Australia (commonly abbreviated as WA) is a state of Australia, occupying the entire western third of the Australian continent. (the size of 5 Texas sized States) It is bordered by the Indian Ocean to the north and west, the Great Australian Bight and Indian Ocean to the south, the Northern Territory to the north-east and South Australia to the south-east. Western Australia is Australia's largest state and the second largest subnational entity in the world. It has 2.3 million inhabitants (10% of the national total), 85% of whom live in the south-west corner of the state."
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 on: July 02, 2011, 12:28:57 pm 
Started by caskur™ - Last post by caskur™
I thought of a great place for you to stay when you come to Freo (Fremantle)

There isn’t anything finer than the Esplanade Hotel….

Or walking a few hundred metres across the park to fine dining at Cicerellos Sea food and fish and chip shop where you can watch the seagulls crapping all over ACDC’s Bon Scott Statue….

Then head a hundred metres to the Little Creature’s Brewery to get merry… or plastered

Watch a romantic sunset over the Indian Ocean.. at the same spot

And greet the local wildlife

Before you view the wonderful and uniquely Fremantle limestone architecture or go for a trip up the Swan River on a ferry and kick up your heels in the capital City Perth…

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