Tuesday, 30 September 2008

Sony Bravia

Monday, 29 September 2008

Top Gear fan buys the Stig number plate

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Marbles from Glenn Marshall on Vimeo.

Wednesday, 24 September 2008

Wario Land - Shake It!

YouTube: Wario Land - Shake It!

Info 24.09.08

Imaginary Friends
New Google Mobile Takes On IPhone
Solar Powered Bra: Turning Lingerie Green
Thieves steal hood from ice cream delivery truck
10 Trailblazing Scientists About to Change Your Future
Whatever Happened With That 4th Dimension Experiment?
Siamese cars
Power shower suit invented
Construction workers complain about nude skater
Son's advice becomes dad's sentence for stealing
10 Hidden Paradise in the Desert Revealed
World’s Largest-ever Study of Near-Death Experiences
3 legged man?
10 Stunningly Misleading NES Box Art Covers
The Most Notable 'Firsts' in Sports
Top 5 Most Attractive, Non-sexualized Women in Games
NYC Trade Center dig exposes Ice Age landscape
Ten Unforgettable Evil Twins
New Writing Assignment: Write About The Sex Life of Your Inanimate Objects
Top 10 Countries To Meet A Girl When Personality Doesn’t Matter
Sausage causes alarm at Stockholm airport
Food That Texts You When It Spoils - Mold Alerts
Woman named Bacon wins hog-calling contest
Vets Cure Elephant of Drug Addiction
Pony-sized pig terrorizes pensioner
Extinct Galapagos tortoises may live again
Lamb-eating sea eagles upset Scottish farmers
Cow Lands On Car
Horse found on 12th floor
Big bird is recaptured after running free
Banksy in New Orleans
Marilyn Monroe Portrait Made With Letters In MS Word (VID)
The Scottish Highlands [PHOTOS]
Josh Groban Sings 30 Years of TV Themes at the 2008 Emmys
11 Helpful Nightlife Caution Signs(pics)
Geographical Oddities You Probably Don’t Know
World's Most Bizarre Magazines
Trampoline Coffee Tables - Fun-ctional Furniture by Alberto Bonomi
23 Extraordinary Uses for Tea
Top 10 80’s Cartoons
LHC damage was worse than it first thought
8 hacks to make Firefox ridiculously fast
Mating Pigs Interrupt Japanese News Broadcast
8 Food Myths Busted!
Incredible Rolling Bridge in London
25 Beautiful Macro Photography Shots
A Tour of Etsy, An Online Marketplace For Handmade Goods
Mannequin Photo Caption Contest
Corsets for Men - In or Out?
5 Hilarious Anti Car Theft Measures [PICs]
Website Collects All the Best Street Art From Around the World
Houseboats of the Rich and Famous
Bizarre Celebrity Merchandise
Post-90s Kids Do Not Take Military Training Seriously

Friday, 19 September 2008

Fridays Doctor Who

Doctor Who - Who Wants To Live Forever

Original: Queen - Who wants to live forever

Doctor Who - I Like The Way You Move

Original: Bodyrockers - I Like The Way You Move

What is going on!

Everything seems to be getting more intelligent. A few years back I read about how bacteria is getting more advanced and how the friendly bacteria that you can buy today will be so much more friendly in years to come that’ll you’ll actually be able to have a chat with it.

When I was younger, all bacteria was bad, but that isn’t the case anymore. I’m sure it’s just cos we live in a time where political correctness says you can’t tar everyone with the same brush, even bacteria, so we call some of them friendly. Maybe scientists are thinking by getting the friendly ones on our side , they’ll fight the bad bacteria like a germ version of Star Wars.

Anyway, I’m telling you all this cos I looked at some of the facts you’ve sent and I read the one about broccoli having an IQ of 2. I had a Mensa test last year where I found I’ve got an IQ of 83 which I thought was alright until today when I was in Sainsburys supermarket in the vegetable aisle faced with a big pile of broccoli. There must have been about 100 chunks of the stuff in total, which meant I was looking at something as a gang, had a better IQ than me. It was no longer just a pile of broccoli, it was more a broccoli university. I got back home and looked on the internet to check if the fact was true, to find that some chunks have since been found to have an IQ of 10. Now either the tests have got easier or they are advancing way to quick. It’s gonna get to a point when you can’t call a vegetable a vegetable.

All of this has made me think, maybe this is why we are advised to eat five pieces of fruit and veg a day. It’s so the stuff doesn’t takeover.

Monday, 15 September 2008

Info 15.09.08

Tate, Simm and Cribbins to be back on Doctor Who
Giant penis man needs 're-chalkers'
Speeding hamster overtakes rush-hour traffic
Mom allegedly uses daughter's ID to be cheerleader
13 Cool Sports You will Never Play
Detention Report [PIC]
Counter Strike Lego Style
What really happened at the first LHC experiment
Firefighter gives cat mouth-to-mouth
Lego My Bible - The Brick Testament
20 Beautiful but Threatened Forests of the World (pics)
Family Guy Inspired Series Rocks YouTube!
Drugged drinking water worse than previously thought
Missing Cat Came Back … Nine Years Later!
Digital Dress Up - Celebrity Photoshopping Contest (pics)
‘1 Out of 3 People Believe in Fortune Telling’
A New Field Guide to Zombies
RAF radar chief: I saw UFO fleet
How to be a blud* with your child
Things You Didn’t Know the Ancients Had
Anti-Theft Lunch Bag
'Butt Bandit' terrorises town
Shipbreaking Yard: Where Ships Go to Die
10 coolest small towns
Real Life Pikachus Auctioned for $925 Million
Snail kidnap scare
17 More Unexplained Phenomena
Lingerie bowl kicks off in in Tampa
ABBA Museum Plans Postponed
Internet Explorer error
Woman swallows screwdriver after dentist's fumble
Iceberg Penis
Is this the world’s worst hangover?
Human waste to be 'alternative' fuel
Church of England’s Apology to Darwin
Find the nuclear warhead, Whiskers!
Man suspected of sausage and spice attack set free
Sharing a bed 'drains men's brains'
10 reasons why you should use the Opera browser
10 things we would like to see in Firefox and Chrome
Top 10 Movie Battle Scenes (Videos)
Dad chases nude boy from daughter's room with pipe
'Underpants' minister forced to quit
Feel-good story of the month…
‘Extinct’ frog found, now it's a rare frog
Train breakfast was a steal for tramp
Power Tools and Household Item Racing
The world's most filthy flat
Mysterious Stellar Blast in the 1840s Was a “Supernova
10 Gadgets For Instant Portable Partying
Is a Keyboard Dishwasher Safe?
Can 365 Nights Of Sex Bolster A Marriage?
Credit crunch greetings cards go on sale
Kylie to play £2 million private gig
20 Unique Eating Utensils
Rover, call me an ambulance dog calls 911
Top 15 Creative Cakes + Instructables Contest (pics)

Tuesday, 9 September 2008

Info Bits

Dog back home after cell phone surgery
Thief breaks in, slaps man with sausage
7 Hilarious School Projects
Cucumber Pickers of Belarus
Amazing 70-year-old color photos
World's Wackiest Coffins
Dutch Harvest Chicken Manure to power 90,000 Homes!
Biologists on the Verge of Creating New Form of Life
Clouds just resting (pic)
Google Chrome: The Power User's Guide to Google Chrome
Texas UPS driver goes 1 million miles, no crashes
I Fly First Class (pic)
The Ford Nucleon: A Miniature Nuclear Reactor in the Trunk
Gamers fight back against lackluster Spore gameplay, bad DRM
Duck hunters call sex line by mistake
5 Real World Criminals Who Were Certified Super-Villains
New satellite to give Google Maps unprecedented resolution
The Complete History of Nintendo
Oregon man captures 6-foot-long lizard in his yard
29 Crazy Facts About Everything
Algae-dyed polar bears puzzle Japan zoo visitors
'Water bears' are first animal to survive vacuum of space
Asian elephant kicks heroin addiction
Organist told to pipe down
70 Creative Advertisements That Make You Look Twice
Guns, Drugs, and the CIA
Whale Leap Gives Twitchers a Surprise
Bear chases pot growers away
Boy doles out hundreds of fake $20 bills at school
Massive Takedown of 4,000 Anti-Scientology Videos on YouTube
Good with numbers? It's in your genes
10 Sex Festivals Around The World
The Horror of 24 Hours without Google
Golden eagles rear two chicks close to 46 wind turbines
The 11 Lamest Supervillains in History
Parrot fools police into shining armour-style rescue
Hey! You Have A Snake Hanging From Your Car
German architects swell ranks of upside-down home owners
Russia tries to ban 'extremist' South Park
Oldest dog Bella the Labrador dies aged 29
Tired of Inspiration Posters ? Top 9 Demotivational Posters
Plumber wanted for Antarctic call-out
The 10 Commandments of Public Transportation
Parrots wreak havoc at New Zealand bird sanctuary
Boy faces Asbo for missing cat poster
50 Poisonous Snakes Found in Man’s Condo
13-pint' driver drove 120 miles
Basil could help fight anti-ageing
Flying fish breaks teenager's jaw
Super Human Black Men From Other Planets to be Summoned to Las Vegas
Sweaty people less likely to get asthma
Top 10 Amazing Physics Videos
Secrets of flirting revealed
Polish cleaner demands compensation claiming lack of English is disability
Rat Meat Rises in Popularity as Inflation Hits Locals
35 Brilliant Examples Of Rain Photography
Undercover Cop Never Knew Selling Drugs Was Such Hard Work
Roller Blading at over 256 km/h
Silent film actress Anita Page dies at age 98
5 Sites For Old-School Gaming in Your Browser
Man Offers Resident $100 For Hiding Spot
Angry Argentine commuters torch train in rush hour
Trend virus update freezes some PCs
Man in Wheelchair Robs 7-Eleven for Condoms
A bad case of post door-matic stress...
iRobot buys underwater minisub-droid firm
Wanted: Ride to Mojave Desert for wayward tortoise
Rowling wins book copyright claim
15 Strange Moments In Anti-Theft
Vienna's dancing horses get first female riders
2016 Olympic Logos
Tongue Tattoos - More Unusual Areas to Get Inked
Are you Geek 1.0 or Geek 2.0?

Tuesday, 2 September 2008

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Info 02.09.08

Chemical coat to mean drier socks
This ain't no jive, particle physics rap is a hit
Harrods to sell sausage and mash ice cream
Last Passenger Pigeon Dies in Captivity (1914)
Something Wild Is Happening On Christmas Island
Google Chrome, Google's Browser Project
Is Sex Addiction Real?
Simulation of large asteroid hitting the Earth. Terrifying.
Tesco learns every bit of grammar helps
Blueprint For The 2012 London Olympic Venues
Woman Claims "Vampire" Assaulted Her
Cyberwar fears grow after Georgia websites attacked
What do our dreams mean?
Eiffel Tower to lose its sparkle
Nine medieval ships found in Oslo mud
Is Jack the Ripper buried in Australia?
Welder in DIY penis enhancement nut mishap
35 Places To Download Free, Legal MP3s
Doctors manage to halt 7ft 12-year-old from growing bigger
Photos of London From Above at Night by Jason Hawkes
8 Animals With Real Superpowers
Internet Explorer gets makeover
10 Bad Things That Are Good For You
The World’s First MP3 Player (c. 1998)
Man says he found dead shark in Lake Michigan
A Curious 1920’s Spirit Photograph
Pre-Web Version of YouTube in 1985
Watercooler Stories
Organic wine is twice as good for the planet
Experts poised for rare frog hunt
Jockstrip: The world as we know it.
They're watching you watch porn!
Navy is no place for a jolly roger
World's Most Powerful Magnet Under Construction
Disturbing Snow Globes - Thomas Doyle’s Reclamation Series
Ditch the Joystick and Go Voice Commando With Tom Clancy's EndWar
11 Cool Nintendo DS Mods
5 Lies You Were Taught In History Class
The New Sheriff In Town
Baby Bugs Bully Parents for Food, Protection
Reckless cow rescued from washing machine head-trap nightmare
Amazing Clouds - Not Photoshopped
This gallery is a load of rubbish
Subliminal Messages Work, at Least Sometimes
Today's Cry - Monkey and Polar Bear Frolic, Downhill From There
Residents: Beagle Stealing Shoes
Eyes Evolved for X-Ray Vision
Ex-girlfriend strips for YouTube revenge
Raft of Junk Lands
The 10 Worst Job Tips Ever
10 Greatest Office Pranks... reloaded!
Fed-up neighborhood passes one-dog rule
World's Geekiest Weddings
In China, It’s All About the Numbers
Star Wars Landspeeder by Daniel Deutsch
Secret Behind Indian Guru Levitation Revealed
Pampers to the Rescue
Fireflies Going Dark
New master switch found in brain that regulates appetite
Japan to Build Massive Floating Generators for Food & Power
Internet Traffic Begins To Bypass The U.S.
Ordering from the 'secret' menu at fast food restaurants
Divine lightning reaction?
Virtual Mirror Makes Trying on Clothes a Snap
Scientists Unlocking Mysteries of Intuition
‘Lost World’ Beneath The Caribbean