Archive for January 10th, 2011

January 10, 2011

Piggy banks made from real piglets spark outrage

by Accidental Bear

A Big WTF?

Ah, the venerable piggy bank, home to the hopes and dreams of children everywhere. But in a sick twist on an old classic, one Canadian-based business is offering piggy banks made from real piglets.
“Designed for anyone who has far too much money and loose change, this is the piggy bank of all piggy banks,”says the site The banks, which take 12 months to create, cost $4,000.
Needless to say, animal rights advocates are incensed at the idea — especially when Vancouver Magazine included the concept in its recent Holiday Gift Guide.

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January 10, 2011

The Sad Death of Gun Control ( Squishy Face)

by Accidental Bear

I go back and forth on how I feel  gun ownership should happen. It’s way more easy for a moron to purchase a hand gun than to finish High School. Thats F***ed up! My own personal fear with owning a gun would be that it would be WAY to easy to use.

An obviously deranged man killed six people with a legally purchased and legally carried pistol on Saturday, and the only thing we’re arguing about is whether he was listening to Sarah Palin.
The debate over what caused Jared Lee Loughner to do what he did is a waste of time. He was obviously suffering from paranoid schizophrenia or a similarly destabilizing emotional disorder; parsing out the particular determinants of his apparent belief that grammar is mind control will not solve any puzzles. The thing about genuine craziness is that it rejects parsing, invents its own reasons, and resists explanation. Accusing Sarah Palin and assorted other teabaggers of somehow inspiring or abetting this action is like accusing Scooby Doo of inspiring Sam Berkowitz’s affection for his neighbor’s talking dog. The workings of a properly delusional mind are unfathomable.
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[Image, top, via Photo of Loughner via his MySpace page]
January 10, 2011

Porn Make Over Series #15

by Accidental Bear

Getting Aqcainted

January 10, 2011

Accidental Bear Blog is Expanding!

by Accidental Bear

It has been brought to our attention the FUN we could have if we had a Advice Column. We aim to please ( wink wink) Questions will be answered in a honest, respectful,  TOUGH LOVE type format with, like anything on Accidental Bear a healthy does of humor. Question and Answers will be transfered from here  and a few other sources to blog site.

So ask away. If you wish to remain anonymous you may send questions to :

Enter Accidental Advice in subject.

Happy Asking!

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January 10, 2011

I shave With Wood Chips and Aloe Vera

by Accidental Bear

Ok, thats not true. Even us beardies usually shave our cheeks and necks ( No, this doesn’t make you less rugged). Under the influence of peer pressure and my super hero ideas to save the world. I want to be the greeniest shaver that ever lived.

What’s the greenest way to shave?

By Brian Palmer @

Trimming Your Carbon Footprint

My friends are always arguing about the relative merits of electric and disposable razors. All the debate over closeness of shave, maintenance, and the ability to do one’s grooming while stuck in traffic is wearing me out, so I’m putting my decision in Mother Earth’s hands. Which kind of razor is better for the environment?

Ah, one of the great dude debates. Right up there with boxers vs. briefs and The Godfather vs. Billy Madison. Sure, grooming enthusiasts have a plethora of shaving options, from single-blade to safety razors, but for most men the choice comes down to disposables versus electric. After a column on menstruation and another declaring women the greener sex, it’s about time the Lantern tackled a male-centric conundrum.

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January 10, 2011

Gay Healers Guide: Castro SF CA

by Accidental Bear

Get A Tune up!

Chiropratic Care:

Dr. Gorman strives to make his office an open relaxed, casual and soothing space where patients can feel safe and relaxed. He firmly believes that you are an equal participant in the process and prefers that you call him by his first name, Greg.

Gregory J. Gorman, D.C.
540 Castro Street
San Francisco, CA 94114

Brian Rizzo

Dr. Rizzo believes that by building a relationship with you and your body, both the doctor and patient are invested in creating a system that can support a healthy and balanced life. This system is the cornerstone for health maintenance and preventive care. Dr. Rizzo will spend the time to develop a plan that works in concert with your goals. He will customize treatment options in a comfortable and professional healing environment while setting achievable milestones for recovery. His chiropractic office is located conveniently in the Castro district of San Francisco.

Rizzo Chiropractic Corp
Brian Rizzo, D.C.
540 Castro Street
San Francisco, CA 94114

voice: 415.621.5772

Therapeutic Massage:

Carlo Coletti:

Massage Therapist/Rosen Method Practitioner · Mar 2010 to present

Monday and Tuesday 2509 Milvia Street, Berkeley, CA 94704 Thursday thru Saturday 540 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114 510-910-4055

Matt Reynolds Massage & Bodywork

Providing a dynamic blend of deep tissue & Swedish techniques, trigger point work, gentle stretches, and subtle energetic holds.

Where to Find Matt:

Prana Urban Healing Lounge
Located in the Castro
4200 18th Street, Suite 204
San Francisco, CA 94114

Mike Enders/ LMT

I Rejuvenate your body, mind, and spirit with a relaxing and healing massage. My special massage techniques reverse the negative effects of stress, repair damaged muscle tissue, and remove pain throughout your body. I use a range of massage techniques that improve circulation, detoxify your body, relieve tension, improve digestion, enhance muscle tone, and increase mental alertness. My massages not only benefit the body, they benefit the mind as well. Experience mental and spiritual healing as your mind releases stress and worry, and allows a renewed sense to energy and emotional well-being to enter your spirit.

Call for an appointment:
Mike Enders / LMT
Diamondwood Medical Arts
4255 18th Street @ Diamond
SF CA 94110


January 10, 2011

All Eyes On: Iron and Wine

by Accidental Bear

Iron & Wine is the stage name of singer-songwriter Samuel Beam, a former film professor who has released mesmerizing indie-folk albums and EPs to critical acclaim since 2002. Tonight, Beam joins us with a full band in The Greene Space to perform Iron & Wine‘s upcoming album, “Kiss Each Other Clean,” in its entirety for NPR Music’s First Listen series. It will be the first time fans can hear the album before its release on January 25.

January 10, 2011

Pic of Day

by Accidental Bear

Iron and Wine

January 10, 2011

Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch on Mend from Cancer

by Accidental Bear

The Beastie Boys, my high school heros and my teen CRUSHES, taught me to fight for my right to PARRRRR-TY! Theses boy are going to out last Rolling Stones and keep on dropping the beat. Timeless yet not shielded from the evils of cancer. We are all pulling for you Adam!!

Eighteen months after being diagnosed with cancer, Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch is on the mend — and the hip-hop icons are forging ahead with their comeback album Hot Sauce Committee, Part 2, due out this Spring.



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