D/T with Doctor: Japanese Mentorship [audio]

November 14, 2008

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Downtime with the Doctor. Dr. Lickalottapus of Foreskin Radio mentors Japanese students on English and North America culture. In turn, he learns about the culture and language of Japan. http://www.foreskinradio.com

Impotency: Blame Women!

May 12, 2008

According to the following Russian article, women in western society are to blame for male impotency issue because their too damn sexy! Apparently, whenever a man sees a provocatively dressed woman he becomes aroused but is unable to satisfy that desire so he feels he’s been rejected thus giving him a limp dick. One way to resolve this problem is for women to dress more conservatively. Of course, they’d probably tell men to go fuck themselves. A solution to relieve women’s stalwart opposition to that old style misogyny would be for the courts to once again except the rape change defense: “Did you see what she was wearing? She was asking for it!” However, let’s not react to this report in a regressive manner. Other countries in the world may still practice such archaic oppression of women and sexuality. I won’t name an names *cough* Iran *cough* but clearly it is unfair to punishment women for evolution’s evil trick on modern men. Science can help alleviate the some of the problem with expensive impotency pills. Maybe women could step up and give their men a break once and while. After all, if they weren’t so damn sexy, we’d be hard all the time.       

Men become impotent because of women’s low-cut dresses and bare legs


Russian physiologist Leonid Kitaev-Smyk has stated that most male diseases are caused by women who adhere to provocative clothes and behaviour. As a result, the Western civilization gradually turns into the society of sexually unsatisfied men and eventually unsuccessful and physically unhealthy men, the scientist considers.

Since the start of the sexual revolution women of the developed world took to wearing revealing clothes, while Oriental women still wear gowns and yashmaks, said Leonid Kitaev-Smyk, the senior research officer of the Russian Research Institute of Culturology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In the street men cannot satisfy all desires they have. They see naked parts of the body – miniskirts and transparent tops. The modern fashion gives rise to male lust. So there is much lust, but little satisfaction. What does it have to do with the disease? We can draw an analogy with the fauna. If a male is weak, a female will see it and reject the male. This male cannot win a female, for there is a defensive mechanism in nature – this male suffers from prostatitis and impotency.


Nowadays, 70 percent of impotency is a natural defensive reaction to stresses caused by constant unsatisfied arousal. But this reaction is rather long-standing.

Thus, women dig a grave for men’s health with their bare legs and low-cut dresses. Every nice girl going on a date with a sexy top on will make only one man happy and a dozen men on her way will suffer from her revealing looks. In this case strippers are weapons of mass destruction; they have already turned the Western civilization into the society with limited erection.


Sexologists made up the list of impotency-causing activities:


  • Scrutinizing internet pornography 
  • Watching erotica and pornography on video 
  • Staring at scantily-clad girls in the street 
  • Reading erotic magazines
  • Going to striptease clubs

Copyright and the future of creativity

November 7, 2007

As a podcast, new media producer, user generated content provider — however you want to label it — I’ve always felt driven to create a free alternative to the copyright controlled world of Big Media companies, such as Viacom. It has been my intent to entertain without selling anything more than a keyhole view of my life experiences or the vanity of my creative expression. I tend lean toward an ideology of open source culture. It is my belief that money is not the paramount motivational factor that drives an artist to create works of art. The contrary has been the argument of major media companies for the escalating inforcement and strengthing of copyright laws. They say musicians would stop playing music if pirates plundered away all their potential income. Then what of history’s “starving artists”? Why did Van Gogh continue to paint when he could barely afford bread? Why do rock bands continue their cross-country bar gigs in a rickety old van? So that one day the powerful star-makers might give them their lucky breaks; fame and fortune in the courts of the media kings. This is why Van Gogh cut his ear off. The madness of it all. Our culture has become the property of fat landlords and we the peasant serfs of copyright feudalism. Revolution is on the rise. The consumers now have the means of production at their fingertips. This is the modern battle between the proletariat and the bourgeois. Hopefully no blood will be shed. The future of creativity is now. Will it become a complete dystopia? Watch this presentation…
Larry Lessig: How creativity is being strangled by the law

About this Talk

Larry Lessig gets TEDsters to their feet, whooping and whistling, following this elegant presentation of “three stories and an argument.” The Net’s most adored lawyer brings together John Philip Sousa, celestial copyrights, and the “ASCAP cartel” to build a case for creative freedom. He pins down the key shortcomings of our dusty, pre-digital intellectual property laws, and reveals how bad laws beget bad code. Then, in an homage to cutting-edge artistry, he throws in some of the most hilarious remixes you’ve ever seen.

About Larry Lessig

Stanford professor Larry Lessig is one of our foremost authorities on copyright issues. In a time when “content” is not confined to a film canister, Lessig has a vision for reconciling creative freedom with marketplace competition.