This video has a kid almost falling out of his harness during a roller coaster ride while his mom/aunt/guardian is laughing uncontrollably as carnie music plays in the background. Best video ever?
LiveScience has a gallery of some freaky lab animals like the mouse with three ears:
Bush’s failures now appearing in the form of facial hair.
Nor has Weddle, 46, who expected the al Qaeda leader to be caught within a month or so, trimmed his facial hair in the succeeding five years as he went from substitute teacher to science instructor at Ephrata Middle School.
At the start of each school year he gives students a brief explanation of his beard, which stretches more than a foot and has started turning gray.
City Pages with a look into the pizza delivery world:
As with so many stereotypes, there are nuggets of truth embedded in all of the above. Last month, City Pages sat down with six of Minneapolis’s most prolific pizza drivers to talk about their livelihood: the day-to-day realities of the work, the legendary customers, the rank indignities and, of course, drugs and sex.
At GayHarmony of course:
This is weird. If there’s one thing that the bible is quite clear about is that it is anti-homosexual. If you were gay, why would you want to be a part of a religion which hates you?
Glad to see that there isn’t anything more important going on in the world than a movie for these guys to talk about.
Cohen, 35, creator of Ali G, has infuriated the Kazakhstan government with his portrayal of Borat, a bumbling Kazakh TV presenter.
And now a movie of Borat’s adventures in the US has caused a diplomatic incident…
But the film, which has just premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, has prompted a swift reaction from the Kazakhstan government, which is launching a PR blitz in the States.
Kazakhstan president Nursultan Nazarbayev is to fly to the US to meet President Bush in the coming weeks and on the agenda will be his country’s image.
President Nazarbayev has confirmed his government will buy “educational” TV spots and print advertisements about the “real Kazakhstan” in a bid to save the country’s reputation before the film is released in the US in November.
I may have posted this before or similar websites but Chernobyl is always fascinating to me.