1 devil picture of a evil baby = 7 even better photoshopped pictures
Chick #1: Oh, you're wearing your hair open today!
A motorist was trapped in his car driving at almost 130 MPH for 60 miles after the accelerator jammed.
Reports are saying that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have arranged to get married on a boat next week. Close friends of the couple say that the two are going to get married in the middle of Lake Como in northern Italy.
· A sealed envelope - Put in the freezer for a few hours, then slide a knife under the flap. The envelope can then be resealed. (hmmmmmm...)
A couple were recovering separately after a marital spat got out of control and saw them firing guns, throwing knives and hurling homemade bombs, Mexican daily Milenio said yesterday.
People who regularly smoke marijuana may find their memories growing hazy over time, a study published Monday suggests.
In a study of long-term and shorter-term marijuana users, researchers in Greece found that both groups performed more poorly on tests of memory, attention and other cognitive abilities than a comparison group who'd only occasionally used the drug.
Long-term users - who'd smoked four or more joints per week for at least 10 years - showed the greatest deficits.
The findings, published in the journal Neurology, add to the conflicting body of research on the effects of marijuana on the brain. While many studies have suggested that long-time pot smoking dulls memory, attention span and mental acuity, some have found no large differences in these skills between marijuana users and non-users.
Overall, both long- and shorter-term marijuana users performed more poorly on tests of memory, attention and mental-processing speed. The proportion of study participants deemed "impaired," according to the researchers, was highest in the long-term group and lowest in the comparison group.
Is anyone else not surprised by the results of this test? I mean, why is it that people waste their time and money researching things like this. Pot is bad. By no means is it generally good for you. People actually think otherwise? Those people were probably high when they thought that. Read the full article here.
A woman says she has grown the world's heaviest mango, a more than 5-pound tropical fruit that is roughly the size of a human head.
Colleen Porter has a certificate from the Guinness Book of World Records for her 5-pound, 7-ounce mango. The fruit is a Keitt mango, which typically reach 2 to 3 pounds.
Virginia Easton-Smith, West Hawaii agricultural extension agent for the University of Hawaii, who helped with the submission to Guinness, confirmed the record.
The mango was picked in mid-October and still sits in Porter's refrigerator. Porter, who tends a small avocado and mango orchard, covered the fruit with a bag to prevent insects, birds and rodents from gnawing on it and kept vigil for two months.
A motorcyclist was booked for reckless operation of a vehicle after state troopers clocked him zooming down a highway going 155 mph.