Daily Archives: 01 August 1, 2006

What if the moon landing was a disaster?

Though the July 1969 mission proved a success, President Richard Nixon’s aides devised a contingency plan in case astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin (and their lunar module) were somehow stranded on the moon. In the below memo, drafted two … Continue reading

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My Christian Summer Camp Never Was Like This

JENNERSTOWN — Two counselors at a popular Jenner Township Christian camp are accused of swinging naked from the rafters and playing sexually explicit games with young boys in a cabin. Article

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Pray For George W Bush

I may have linked to this before. Prayforgeorgewbush.com is a non-denominational, non-partisan ministry dedicated to lifting up President George W. Bush in Prayer as he serves this country as President of the United States. For over four years, God-fearing Americans … Continue reading

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Sleeping Poll Results

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Hello Vader

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Team Owner Earns $15 Million a Year from an NBA TV Contract but His Team Hasn’t Played in 30 Years

Roughly once a month, the NBA cuts 31 checks to NBA teams as revenue from its multibillion-dollar national television contract. There are only 30 NBA franchises, so who gets the extra check?

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Pop vs Soda

Generic Names For Soft Drinks By County It’s an interactive map.

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What’s on the radio in U.S. right now

I could watch this for hours. When a radio station plays a new song, the title pops up.

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Would you delete a distored dog?

An interesting commercial from Olympus Cameras. I’m sure some of you are scratching your head on this one.  

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I thought this was a pretty neat commercial for a washing machine

Watch it here

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Need to make a restaurant reservation?

Try OpenTable.com And you can book a table for KRLD Restaurant Week here. And here on the Dallas link, you can see the Top 10 Booked Restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth, below are the top five:   III Forks Texas de … Continue reading

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Hi-tech ink perfects egg boiling

After cooking begins, an invisible, temperature-sensitive thermochromic print appears in black to indicate when an egg is soft, medium or hard-boiled. Article

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