Eleven forms of evil that eats America from within, like cancer

In modern-day America, one can find unimaginable forms of evil growing with new, previously unknown forms of evil appearing. The recent looting of Baltimore pales in comparison with what has been happening to the American society recently. 

The foundations of the American society are rotting and decaying in thousands of different ways. Below you can find eleven examples of how evil is growing in America like a malignant tumor. 

No. 1: Arterial tapping

This is a fetish practice, in which a dominant partner taps a submissive partner's artery, controlling his or her blood flow. It appears that very blood is sometimes sprayed over a canvas as art.

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"Some people just do blood play where they just get some kind of rush out of releasing blood from their arteries," said the fetish party insider, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

No. 2: Sexist prom posters

Students at a Wisconsin high school have been left outraged after 'sexist' prom posters appeared on the school's walls the week before the event, suggesting that the night should be seen as an opportunity 'to protect her character'.

The posters, which were put up on the walls of Lincoln High School in Manitowoc, depict the silhouette of a woman wearing a gown which is made up of words such as 'charming', 'fearless' and 'ambitious', while a banner printed above her head reads: 'A night to protect her character.'

'It's basically just saying your character depends on whether or not you have sex,' senior Kelsey Schindl told Mashable. 'And if you have sex, you won't have any character.'

No. 3: Flakka drug

A synthetic designer drug known as "flakka" is causing massive problems down in Florida. This drug is very cheap, very easy to get, and it causes many of those that take it to behave like zombies...

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One man, Kenneth Crowder, ran naked through a Florida neighborhood, tried to have sex with a tree and told police he was the mythical god Thor.

Two others tried separately to break into the Fort Lauderdale Police Department. They said they thought people were chasing them; one wound up impaled on a fence.

The common element to these and other bizarre incidents in Florida in the last few months is flakka, an increasingly popular synthetic designer drug. 

No. 4: Hackers breaking into webcams

Hackers break into webcams, emails and social networks to gain access to intimate images. They then threaten to make the images public, and share them with the victim's friends and family, if she does not comply.

No. 5: Federal government employees watch porn at work for hours

There is an epidemic of porn watching among employees of the federal government. But even though they get caught, thanks to endless red tape it is extremely difficult to ever fire them. A top level employee at the EPA is still on the payroll even though he would watch porn at work between two and six hours a day, CBS News said. 

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No. 6: Obesity 

Americans never stop putting on weight. In today's America, obesity has more than just doubled in the past 24 years.  Nearly a quarter of people report doing no physical activity or exercise in the last 30 days.

Obesity is also closely tied to chronic, costly diseases including diabetes and high blood pressure.

No. 7: Stealing cookies from the Girl Scouts

Across the country, several incidences of cookie theft have been reported. In St. Louis, Missouri, $1,200 worth of Girl Scout cookies were stolen from a 6-year-old girl and her Army veteran father. The cookies were stolen from the family's SUV when it was parked in a downtown garage during a weekend trip to the city. In Bloomington, Indiana, $400 worth of Thin Mints and Samoas were stolen from the SUV of a kindergartner and her troop leader mom. The young girl's mom had been driving all over town delivering cookies over the last week, so she's not exactly sure when or where the theft took place - she just knows the cookies are missing.

No. 8: Credit card skimmers on gas station pumps 

Florida consumers filling up at the gas pump may have had their credit card information stolen.

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Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam said Thursday that a sweep of more than 6,000 gas stations led to the discovery of "skimmers" in 81 locations. The devices enable someone to illegally obtain credit card and debit card information.

No. 9: Naming new restaurants after reproductive organs 

A new restaurant named "Tallywackers" is going to open up in Dallas, Texas, on May 30th. This is a male version of Hooters with scantily-clad men in abundance. Such names for restaurants would have been unthinkable years ago. The eatery in Dallas will feature guy eye candy with its appetizers, hot dogs, pasta dishes and what its owner called "comfort foods."

No. 10: Family crisis

The following comes from a recent article by Dennis Prager...

Nearly half (48 percent) of American children are born to a mother who is not married. Forty-three percent of American children live without a father in the home. About 50 percent of Americans over 18 are married, compared to 72 percent in 1960. Americans are having so few children that the fertility rate fell to a record low 62.9 births per 1,000 women in 2013. And in an increasing number of states, there are now more deaths than births. 

No. 11: Irresponsible sex life, promiscuous behavior

A recent experiment for a YouTube video revealed that 30 out of 100 men that were approached by a lady asking them to have sex with her were ready to have sex with the woman within moments of meeting her...

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