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2017’s Controversial Costumes

2017’s Controversial Costumes

Move over Zombie Castro, the results are in for what the mainstream media has dubbed the most...

Memory Lane Monday: Tajikistan Texts

Memory Lane Monday: Tajikistan Texts

In keeping up with our Creepy October Mondays, this week PD (using our best Crypt Keeper...

Genius Idea: Cemetery Sex

Genius Idea: Cemetery Sex

If you ever read Fox News, where it’s all female teachers having sex with under-aged students all...

Digital Graves

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Well, it has finally happened, PDers. Welcome to the age of digital graves!

UN: Vampires in Malawi

UN: Vampires in Malawi

Here at PD, we’ve often joked about the United Nations being a useless organization (unless of...

Memory Lane Monday: Overpopulation and the UN

Exactly.The lesser known and more creepy Olsen.Next up for our Halloween Memory Lane Mondays, our staff goes back to the United Nations---hey, they’re always saying creepy stuff.

Costa Rica’s Christiana Figueres Olsen, both the Queen of under-eyeliner and Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (Weirding?), might as well have shined a flashlight under her chin as she said back in April of 2015, “We can definitely change those (population) numbers and really should make every effort to change the numbers, because we are already today exceeding the planetary carrying capacity.”The cure for over-population? Death and lots of it.

Exceeding planetary carrying capacity ? Jeez, and you thought Easyjet was bad it when comes to the size of your carry-on tote!

So, Christiana, how exactly does one make every effort to change those numbers? Oh---riiiight. Well, that’s pretty ghoulish. 

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    I never understood how those ppl were seen as the more "tolerant" ones.

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