Daily Archives: 08 December 8, 2006

For anyone upset about outsourcing to India

Turns out they aren’t fit for the global economy. Actually, that line was sent to me in an email.  

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USS Arizona Thoughts

I’m a day late in posting this, but found some great info here: Out of a crew of 1,511 only 334 survived.  Due to the immense fire, only 107 crewmen were positively identified.  In total, 319 sailors and 15 Marines … Continue reading

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Parents Dead or Alive Poll Results

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Manliness is next to godliness

NASHVILLE — The strobe lights pulse and the air vibrates to a killer rock beat. Giant screens show mayhem and gross-out pranks: a car wreck, a sucker punch, a flabby (and naked) rear end, sealed with duct tape. Brad Stine … Continue reading

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MP3Realm

Mp3Realm is an evolving search engine focused distinctively on audio in Mp3 format. Mp3Realm allows you to search for your favorite songs and clips, and filter them out by file duration. Your searches can be based on artist, title, genre … Continue reading

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Children See, Children Do

This YouTube video illustrates how impressionable our actions are to children.  Some of it might be a little distrubing.

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Boy Survives “Internal Decapitation”

BOY of 12 stunned doctors by cheating death after his head was ripped from his neck in a car crash. Chris Stewart, a junior racing driver, suffered “internal decapitation” – which kills most people – when his 1000cc Mini slammed … Continue reading

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Intellicot

The Intellicot Cot from Cencio truly breaks the mould. Featuring unique, practical features and striking modern design, no longer is a cot simply a wooden cage with a mattress. Develop a regular sleeping pattern with automatic rocking Help keep your … Continue reading

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Repost from last year

Buy your own Charlie Brown Christmas Tree here.

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Mountain Dew Christmas tree

Build photos here.

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National Toy Hall of Fame

The National Toy Hall of Fame® was established in 1998 by A.C. Gilbert’s Discovery Village, a children’s museum in Salem, Oregon, to recognize toys that have achieved longevity and national significance in the world of play and imagination. Link

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The INTERROBANG: A twentieth century punctuation mark

The INTERROBANG was created to fill a gap in our punctuation system where writers often used typographically cumbersome and unattractive combinations of the question mark and exclamation mark to punctuate rhetorical statements where neither the question nor an exclamation alone … Continue reading

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