Friday, November 22, 2013

No free hugs!

We’re No Better than the Terrorists

Penguins chasing a butterfly

Two men rescue moose-eating beached shark


Saudi men arrested for offering free hugs in Riyadh


Lazy man

Y chromosome: Why men contribute so little


Charles Manson Getting Married To 25-Year-Old Named 'Star,' According To Her


Endangered pangolins rescued in Thailand (cool creatures! Video)


China 'flies first stealth drone'


"Monster worm" found in Vietnam (Dubious)


Will Things Economic Soon Be Looking Up?! Sorry, I don’t see it…


Neutrino Detector Finds Elusive Extraterrestrial Particles in 'Major Breakthrough'

Today’s Video: Black Sabbath – Am I Going Insane (Radio)

Although common conception is that the suffix "Radio" was said to be added to the title because it was made for the purpose of being played on the radio, drummer Bill Ward said that it was Cockney rhyming slang for "mental"; radio-rental. Critics also have said it was ironic that all the members of Black Sabbath except for Tony Iommi later suffered from clinical depression.

Although happy with most of the songs on Sabotage, lead singer, Ozzy Osbourne did not like the responses he got with "Am I Going Insane (Radio)" or "Supertzar." Due to Osbourne's implication that the two tracks in particular were distractions on what would otherwise be a perfect album. AllMusic reviewers claimed that the song was unrecognizable for Black Sabbath and that it was a reckless attempt to change the band's identity. Despite Osbourne's feeling towards the song and negative reviews its popularity caused it to appear as the only track from Sabotage on Sabbath's greatest hits album We Sold Our Soul for Rock 'n' Roll.--wiki

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