Thursday, July 12, 2007

I pray these don’t become popular. Can you imagine people walking down the street with these things on?

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Wow, holy jeez -- this guy is lucky to be alive!

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Woman rides on hood of car with 4-month-old baby

A woman holding her 4-month-old baby allegedly threw herself on the hood of her car to stop an ex-boyfriend from taking it, and stayed there for a wild 1 1/2-mile ride, police said.

The driver drove through a red light, swerved through traffic, jumped a curb and drove over a small tree with the woman and child on the hood before police pulled the car over and arrested both adults. » Article here

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Dramatic Chipmunk Vs. Angry German Kid

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Watch out Grandma, incoming.

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Chick knits her own Ferrari.

Art graduate Lauren Porter knitted a Ferrari sportscar for her honours degree at Bath Spa University. The classic red bodywork consists of 250 squares of garter stitch made by Lauren and 20 family members and friends. The windows are V-shaped stocking stitch, while the details are crochet and the badge is embroidered. It's all supported by a steel frame which Lauren, 22, of Greatham, Hants, welded herself. » Article here

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Study says, Women are in charge when it comes to the home.

Men might throw their weight around at the office, but at home, women are the bosses. A study, which was just released, finds that wives have more power than their husbands in making decisions and dominating discussions.

"The study at least suggests that the marriage is a place where women can exert some power," said lead author David Vogel, a psychologist at Iowa State University (ISU). "Whether or not it's because of changing societal roles, we don't know.”

Wives were more demanding—asking for changes in the relationship or in their partner—and were more likely to get their way than the husbands. This held regardless of who had chosen the issue. » Article here

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Hmm... slightly embarrasing.

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Patton Oswalt makes some good points about Harry Potter

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Cops break up fight between bar patron, dude in eagle suit

Seattle's top law dog helped break up a sidewalk fight between a bar patron and a man in an eagle suit.

Lt. Kenneth Hicks, was leading Kerlikowske on a closing-time tour of the club district when the senior officers witnessed a man-on-eagle fracas. The officers watched as a 30-year-old Seattle man shoved the eagle to the curb and then stomped on the costumed man's back as the eagle's costumed confederate -- a man dressed as a beaver -- looked on.

Witnesses told police the costumed men had been jumping into traffic and harassing people on the sidewalk. The costume-clad men admitted to police that they had been jumping around the bar patron, but disputed the other man's claim that the eagle had landed on his back. » Article here

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