Wednesday, September 11, 2013

$@** it.

Vampire Weekend Become Vampire Daily, Set to Edit 'Metro' Newspapers in New York, Philly and Boston...


Beware of capitalist tools 


Country singer Vince Gill slams Westboro Baptist protesters 


Political polarization affects economic views 


Let's bring democracy to Washington DC before Damascus 


For Most Job Seekers, Personal Websites Are a Waste of Time


Monkeys understand basic forms of wealth


Walmart’s sales are down: What does that say about the economy? 


  Woolly Mammoth

Neil Young on tar sands: “It’s like Hiroshima” 


The key out of this mess is Samantha Power 

Arctic winter ice volume 'hits new low'

'Climate change' killed off mammoths

Kenya discovers huge water source

Japan: 'No dispute' over islands

Koreas agree date to reopen joint zone

What The $@** Is Up On Cable These Days?

Today’s Video: Bee Gees - Tragedy

The song knocked "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor off the top spot in the U.S. for two weeks before that song again returned to number one for an additional week. In 1998 the song again reached the top of the UK singles chart, this time in the form of a cover version by Steps. In 1979, NBC aired The Bee Gees Special which showed how the sound effect for the explosion was created. Barry cupped his hands over a microphone and made an exploding sound. Several of these sounds were then mixed together creating one large boom heard on the record. -wiki


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