August 2013
By Akira The Don on Saturday, August 31st, 2013


Man, they better do an MV for this shit.

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— By Akira The Don on Saturday, August 31st, 2013

By Akira The Don on Saturday, August 31st, 2013

Bam Ratatata! Tatatatata! BITCH!


This will be the first entry on my new DON APPROVED JAMS Youtube Playlist then.


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— By Akira The Don on Saturday, August 31st, 2013

By Akira The Don on Friday, August 30th, 2013

Goddamn Kells remains entirely unfuckwittable, this joint was instant earwormage, and the addition of Titty Boi doesn’t hurt a tad.

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— By Akira The Don on Friday, August 30th, 2013

By Akira The Don on Friday, August 30th, 2013

Screen Shot 2013-08-30 at 00.36.58From Haaretz:

Among the 105 tenders the Defense Ministry recently issued to procure items like tires, devices to warm the wounded, and sweet chili sauce, is a request for bids to supply the army with … Viagra.

Like other ministries, the Defense Ministry periodically publishes tenders in the daily press through the Government Advertising Bureau. One such tender recently published seeks 1,200 tablets of 100 mg. sildenafil citrate, the active ingredient in Viagra, to be used by Israel Defense Forces soldiers suffering from erectile dysfunction. The tender is signed by the Medical Corps, so the tablets are not meant for anyone other than IDF soldiers, such as Defense Ministry employees or people being served by the Rehabilitation Branch. Nor, apparently, is this the first time the ministry has sought price quotes for Viagra to be supplied to the military.

In 2005, an article appeared in the Hebrew journal Aviation and Space Medicine [Imma start reading that stat – ATD], published by the Aerospace Medicine Research Center, about a decision by the Israel Air Force to forbid their pilots from taking Viagra before flying, out of concern it could affect their color perception. The researchers recommended that no pilot should fly within six to eight hours after taking the drug.

The Defense Ministry responded that due to privacy issues, it could not comment.

Viagra was originally developed as a remedy for high blood pressure, but during tests conducted by the developers it was found to be effective in treating erectile dysfunction in men.

A previously published study by Israeli researches has demonstrated that the drug Cialis (from the same family of Viagra ) effectively deals with altitude sickness. According to results of a study conducted on 51 Israeli tourists climbing Mount Kenya or Kilimanjaro, those who incorporated Cialis in their treatment against altitude sickness reported suffering less from the effects of their high climb. According to details of the study, published in the Journal of Travel Medicine, more of those taking Cialis managed to reach the summit of the mountain.


— By Akira The Don on Friday, August 30th, 2013

Friday, August 30th, 2013


Kicking off my new weekly video series with a BANG ! And A BVVVVVVVVRMMMMMVVHHHVVVRMMM sort of a noise! Welcome to How To…. LIKE A DON! In which I impart my many knowledges upon thy ass, in the name of MANKIND’S BETTERMENT!

Let me know any topics you’d covering, skills you’d like divulging, esoteric techniques you’d like explaining, that sort of thing. I know a ferryload of super useful shit and am here for you and I live to serve.


— Friday, August 30th, 2013

By Akira The Don on Friday, August 30th, 2013

This goes out to Ravey Dave Cameron, who is apparently “disappointed” after losing a commons vote on his ace plan to bomb the shit out of Syria. Poor Ravey Davey, when will he get his Great War? Every Prime Mister gets one! It’s not FAIR!

Reports Ye Ole Beeb:

“MPs… rejected the government’s motion in support of military action in Syria if it was supported by evidence from United Nations weapons inspectors who are investigating claims President Bashar al-Assad’s regime had used chemical weapons against civilians.

Defence Secretary Philip Hammond confirmed that Britain would not be involved in any military action against the Assad regime – but said it would probably go ahead in any case.

“I expect that the US and other countries will continue to look at responses to the chemical attack.

“They will be disappointed that Britain will not be involved. I don’t expect that the lack of British participation will stop any action.”

He said he and the prime minister were “disappointed” with the result of the Commons vote which he said would harm Britain’s relationship with Washington.

“It’s certainly going to place some strain on the special relationship.

“The Americans understand the Parliamentary process. Perhaps they have been surprised by the scale of opposition.”

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— By Akira The Don on Friday, August 30th, 2013