Daily Archives: 25 July 25, 2006

What Superhero are you?

Find out here. Here are my results:

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It’s a photo finish

For some reason I was really interested in what my viewership thought of my latest poll, and was quite surprised at the outcome.  I was expecting for a clear cut winner, but after three business days of voting, Keira Knightley … Continue reading

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Football Season Is Almost Here

Please consider joining the BagOfNothing Fantasy Football League  

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Interesting Stats

Found these screen grabs off ABC World News Tonight from Skattershooting.  Not trying to send out a message, but just found the stats surprising and interesting.   

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In case you ever wanted to drive someone nuts

The Mind Molester Just connect this device to a 9-volt battery and plant it in an appropriate location. It produces a one-second electronic chirp about once every 3 minutes.

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Top overall searches at Yahoo!

I don’t know why, but this kind of stuff always interest me.

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Equalizer Ladder – Eliminates uneven ground

Product info here.

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Video Game Cakes

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The Middle East Buddy List

This clears it all up.  Slate‘s Middle East Buddy List breaks down the relationships between the countries, terrorist organizations, and political factions who are fighting it out in the current conflict. Who likes whom? Who are the bitterest of enemies? … Continue reading

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Sen. Jim Inhofe compares global warming to the Third Reich

In an interview, he heaped criticism on what he saw as the strategy used by those on the other side of the debate and offered a historical comparison. “It kind of reminds . . . I could use the Third … Continue reading

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The Love Toaster

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Writing on Water

Japanese researches in Akishima Laboratories working with Osaka University made great strides in the field of writing on water.

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