Thursday, August 29, 2013

Crucify me, I'm growing my own brain

How right wing conspiracy theories found a home in Egypt

No, Obama isn’t botching the debt negotiations again

Largest ice sheet 'vulnerable'

Paraguayans in crucifixion protest

Earth life 'may have come from Mars'  


Iron age tunic thaws out of ice

Miniature 'human brain' grown in lab

A Cooler Pacific May Be Behind Recent Pause In Global Warming

Today’s Video: Bee Gees - Children of the World

Because their manager Robert Stigwood had ended his U.S. distribution arrangement with Atlantic Records, Atlantic producer Arif Mardin, who had produced the Bee Gees' prior two albums, was no longer permitted to work with the group. In an effort to retain the same sound, the Bee Gees recorded at the same studios (Criteria Studios in Miami), used the same engineer (Karl Richardson) and co-produced the album themselves with Richardson and his friend, session musician Albhy Galuten. –wiki

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Vladimir Putin twerking in his underwear

Boa Constrictor Seen Eating Howler Monkey in a First

Pat Robertson: “Vicious” gay people use “special rings” to give people HIV/AIDS

50 Years After March On Washington, John Lewis Still Fighting

Scientists Say They've Confirmed A New Element

'Twerking' makes Oxford dictionary

Bacteria reproduces once in 10,000 years

Putin 'underwear' painting seized

Moon Water Discovery Hints at Mystery Source Deep Underground

Today’s Video: Bee Gees - Boogie Child

"Boogie Child" is the third hit single from The Bee Gees 1976 platinum album Children of the World, released in the U.S. in early 1977. The song peaked at #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 as an A-side and was then used as the B-side of the single "Children of the World" in the U.K. It was the last song recorded by the Bee Gees for their album Children of the World. –wiki

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Tortellini in danger! Madonna strikes!

Why Is Ben Affleck Playing Batman? Because He Still Wants to Be a Huge Movie Star

Frank Rich Activate!

China hit by 'biggest ever' cyber-attack

Krugman Activate! 

Iran nuclear: 'Uranium shoe' man arrested in US

Chris Kirkpatrick: 'N Sync VMAs Reunion Reminded Me Why We Hate Each Other

The right is wrong about rights

23 signs you’re a secret narcissist

American workers deserve a raise

The Replacements reunite after 22 years

Vandal sets free “at least” 1 million cockroaches

Julian Assange stars in parody rap video

Engage! Warp Drive Could Become Reality with Quantum-Thruster Physics

US to reach debt ceiling in October

MadonnaMadonna is highest-earning celebrity

US 'ready' to launch Syria strike

A College Kid, A Single Mom, And The Problem With The Poverty Line

Tortellini, The Dumpling Inspired By Venus' Navel

Today’s Video: The Bee Gees - Love So Right

"Love So Right" is an R&B/pop ballad by the Bee Gees in 1976. It was the first Bee Gees single to feature Barry's falsetto exclusively as the lead vocal. The previous two singles, "Fanny (Be Tender with My Love)" and "You Should Be Dancing", contained both falsetto and normal register leads. The question of how much falsetto is enough has caused much friendly argument among fans. -wiki

Wednesday, August 21, 2013