Daily Archives: 13 July 13, 2007

It was a bit surreal

I’ve been listening to a certain sports radio station in the DFW area for about six or seven years now.  I guess you can really call it more ‘guy radio’ than ‘sports radio’.  It’s sports and all that may apply. … Continue reading


Duct Tape Bible

Durable enough to take anywhere, the Duct Tape Bible is tough enough to use in real life. You can take the Duct Tape Bible anywhere you want to go – (on any of your fun-filled trips, or even to school … Continue reading


Hot Dog Mailed Between Sisters for 54 Years

Flora Zimbelman says it all started 54 years ago when she put an uncooked hot dog in her sister’s suitcase. “I don’t know what made me do it. The devil I guess,” she said. Flora’s sister, Rose, found the hot … Continue reading

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Bat-Style Tube Train Boots

A shoemaker has created bat-style boots that allow travellers to hang upside down on the London Underground. Dutch-born Eelko Moorer’s footwear can latch on to hand strap rails inside Tube trains. Mr Moorer, from east London, got his girlfriend Alice … Continue reading

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WingClips.com – Movie Clips That Illustrate and Inspire

Now you can view inspirational movie clips from many of your favorite films. These WingClipsâ„¢ can also be downloaded to use in your church, school or other non-profit organization for FREE. Link

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World’s Fastest Internet Connection

A 75 year old woman from Karlstad in central Sweden has been thrust into the IT history books – with the world’s fastest internet connection. Sigbritt Löthberg’s home has been supplied with a blistering 40 Gigabits per second connection, many … Continue reading

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Shuttle’s Name Misspelled On NASA Launch Pad Sign

The first NASA sign at launch pad 39A encouraging the next launch of space shuttle Endeavour at Kennedy Space Center was misspelled and noticed by someone looking at the craft. When the shuttle rolled out from the Vehicle Assembly Building … Continue reading

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UK Schools told to dump Churchill and Hitler from history lessons

Secondary schools will strip back the traditional curriculum in favour of lessons on debt management, the environment and healthy eating, ministers revealed. Even Winston Churchill no longer merits a mention after a drastic slimming-down of the syllabus to create more … Continue reading


Prince Charles ‘greating’ the troops

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I was not aware . . .

That Hitler had a dog named Blondi. Wikipedia  FindAGrave And I found this interesting: During the Fall of Berlin, before Hitler committed suicide, he ordered his physician Dr. Stumpfegger to test his cyanide pills on Blondi to ensure they worked … Continue reading

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The fans of Dirty Jobs

Know that the host of the show is Mike Row. Here’s a video of him trying to sell a cat toy on QVC back in 1992. 

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A blog about donuts

Blognut  And they even have their own Flickr page – Link

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