Friday, August 9, 2013

Surviving lightning, Chernobyl, and four decades in the Vietnam jungle

Paul Rudd defines “bromance”

If you’re an undercover police officer, don’t tweet about your job

Burglars return stolen goods to group that helps sexual assault survivors

America’s green energy future is a pipe dream

Florida cop saves 100 baby sea turtles

 All the News That’s Fit to Buy

Supermarket standoff: Pancake mixes

 The Changing Story Of Teens And Cars

How do you recover from being struck by lightning?

Vietnam pair coaxed out of jungle

Snowden link as email services close

Chernobyl's legacy recorded in trees

China sacks top economic official

Today’s Video: Bee Gees - Saw a New Morning

"Saw a New Morning" was the Bee Gees first single released on Robert Stigwood's newly created records label RSO Records. The single did not fare well and stalled at #94 in the US, while it did not chart at all in the UK. Ironically, while the single flopped in most of the world, it reached #1 in Hong Kong, as did their next single "Wouldn't I Be Someone", which also flopped in both the US and UK.

Despite its low sales and poor chart performance, Life In A Tin Can was awarded "Album of the Year" by Record World magazine. It was the first Bee Gees album to bear the RSO label in the US. -wiki

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