Monthly Archives: April 2006

Contradiction Part II?

“I think people who want to be citizens of this country ought to learn English,” Bush said Personally, I agree with the above statement.  If my mother and sister could do it, I know others can as well. However, why … Continue reading

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D.C. prayer rally to seek lower gas prices

WASHINGTON, April 26 (UPI) — A U.S. Christian group has grown tired of escalating gasoline prices and is set to stage a national prayer rally to lower the numbers at the pumps. Various Christian clergy from around the country will … Continue reading

1 Comment I was visiting India in October to celebrate my birthday with my grandmother and noticed several cool styles and colours of turbans in Delhi.  I wanted to showcase turbans as an art form and try to revive the majestic … Continue reading

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Easily mispronounced domain names

Some of these really crack me up. For example: – An Italian power company. – Find a therapist.  

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Explosive chocolate bomb

Our advice would be to place the bomb on a tray or solid plate in the centre of a cleared table, place the safety guard (included) around the bomb with further clear space around that. Light the wick and stand … Continue reading

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Chocpix is the fantastic, new, exciting, fun, chocolate innovation. In every bar of tasty white chocolate is a hidden, detailed picture – revealed by simply holding it up to any bright light.


Yet another teacher having ‘relations’ with a student

McMINNVILLE, Tenn. — The former elementary school teacher convicted of sleeping with a student and now accused of sending him sex videos of herself by cell phone is “sick” and should leave the boy alone, his mother told The Tennessean … Continue reading

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ESPN: The 100 Worst Draft Picks Ever

How can you make such a list and not include Quincy Carter?      

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