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"Dirty energy" threatens health of 2 billion Posted: 4 years ago by DrNothing
Dangerous levels of indoor air pollutants from badly ventilated cooking fires are a common hazard, while lack of electricity deprives many of the benefits of refrigeration.
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Movie Body Counts Posted: 4 years ago by TheStep
Which film has the most on-screen deaths?
Who is the most bloodthirsty director?
How many goats get killed in Team America?
Find out all these and many more morbid celluloid statistics!
Comments: 4 Score: [-] 263 [+].
Google sponsors moon landing prize Posted: 4 years ago by DrNothing
Like the Ansari X Prize, which was claimed in 2004 by aircraft designer Burt Rutan and financier Paul Allen for a pair of flights by SpaceShipOne, the Google Lunar X Prize is open to private industry and non-government entities worldwide
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Christian Bale in the running to play Solid Snake? Posted: 4 years ago by punthe
Looks like Christian Bale is in the running to become Solid Snake in the live-action film adaptation of Metal Gear Solid.
Comments: 5 Score: [-] 128 [+].
Oil breaks $80 a barrel Posted: 4 years ago by DrNothing
Though quadruple the levels of 2002, the price of oil when adjusted for inflation is below the $90-a-barrel peaks of the Iranian Revolution in 1979 and the start of the Iran-Iraq War the following year.
Comments: 0 Score: [-] 102 [+].
World Series of Video Games Gets PWNED Posted: 4 years ago by punthe
Surprise, surprise, the sporting league based on an activity that’s not really a sport, The World Series of Video Games has shut down.
Comments: 0 Score: [-] 90 [+].
Ric Flair Finance Posted: 4 years ago by misswinkle
"We Compete So You Don't Have To" Wooooooooo!
Comments: 3 Score: [-] 79 [+].
Spooky Premonitions of 9/11 Posted: 4 years ago by Bandit
All of the images were created prior to September 11, 2001.
Comments: 2 Score: [-] 218 [+].
The Top 10 Secret Celebrity Scientologists Posted: 4 years ago by misswinkle
Hollywood types can be pretty flaky. But while some of the famous faces of Scientology make sense, there are a surprising amount of celebs that honestly, we expected better from.
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English language campaigners blast public signs Posted: 4 years ago by spocksmyhomeboy
Campaigners for the English language on Thursday attacked a growing tendency for "obvious" public information posters, such as a police sign urging people: "Don't Commit Crime."
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List of The Most Unusual Restaurants in the World Posted: 4 years ago by Ulaa
some examples : waitstuff are twins, kids, dwarfs, deaf, blind, have mental disorder, robots, 'entertainingly rude', etc; or guests may decide how much to pay, 'release anger', cook, catch fish, harvest vegetables, etc; most expensive, oldest, highest/deepest, biggest/smallest, north/southernmost restaurants, & restaurants with unusual food, location or entertainment.
Comments: 4 Score: [-] 116 [+].
I-pod Nano Has cell phone capabilities Posted: 4 years ago by nesbyniccolo
This should be under the PLIME believe it or not category.
It appears that this guy is actually calling a cell phone with his Ipod nano. Can somebody tell me if this is true? ACTUAL LINK IS HERE:
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Top chef fights tongue cancer Posted: 4 years ago by buddha
So is this why Tyler Florence is "cooking" for Applebees?
Comments: 1 Score: [-] 73 [+].
Don't pay a penne more for pasta! Posted: 4 years ago by buddha
"It is the government's fault, they've eaten everything."
Comments: 0 Score: [-] 159 [+].
Hey, big boy! Any interest? Posted: 4 years ago by buddha
Nigerian banks are using attractive women to persuade customers to open accounts.
Comments: 0 Score: [-] 106 [+].
Grub, chow, mystery meat -- combat food 2.0 Posted: 4 years ago by buddha
"Meals Rejected by Everyone"
Comments: 7 Score: [-] 138 [+].
Meowlingual: Japanese Cat Translation Device Posted: 4 years ago by mitzuzake
Hold Takara Tomy’s Meowlingual cat-langauge electronic interpretation device next to your cat as it meows. The palm-sized gadget will then interpret what your cat's meows and purrs really mean.
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Blind People Help Sighted to Discover the Unseen Posted: 4 years ago by maxriter
An exhibition called "Dialogue in the Dark 2007 Tokyo" is the place where sighted people are guided by blind people through several specially constructed darkened rooms to help dicover the unseen.
Comments: 2 Score: [-] 73 [+].
74-year-old fights off robber at mall Posted: 4 years ago by maxriter
A tire iron-wielding man who police said was looking to rob a senior citizen probably thought he had found an easy target — that is, until the 74-year-old fought back.
Comments: 2 Score: [-] 87 [+].
Wonders Of Dubai Posted: 4 years ago by maxriter
Interesting projects to turn to life in Dubai, These include: Hydropolis - Luxury Underwater Hotel, Burj Dubai - The Tallest Building In The World and Dubai Mall - the largest mall on the planet.
Comments: 1 Score: [-] 96 [+].
Dog attack, infant killed Posted: 4 years ago by Maven
A 4-month-old girl was mauled and killed by a rottweiler at a Warren home Wednesday evening, police said.
What I can't figure out is why they had a dog that was aggressive at a party. If you know an animal is aggressive towards children, you don't let the dog be around kids!
Comments: 7 Score: [-] 257 [+].
New York Times gives Moveon.org $116,000.00 discount to slam decorated General Posted: 4 years ago by Hoosker
The New York Times dramatically slashed its normal rates for a full-page advertisement for MoveOn.org's ad questioning the integrity of Gen. David Petraeus, the commander of U.S. forces in Iraq.
Comments: 9 Score: [-] 261 [+].
Architects of Angkor’s downfall Posted: 4 years ago by AutumnLotus
The architects of Cambodia’s famed Angkor – the world's most extensive medieval "hydraulic city" – unwittingly engineered its environmental collapse, says research by UNSW scientists and a team of international scholars.
Comments: 0 Score: [-] 76 [+].
2nd passenger says Southwest made her cover up Posted: 4 years ago by icepigs
A second young woman has come forward to claim that Southwest Airlines employees made her cover up on a recent flight, leading jet-setters to ask: Will my outfit fly?
(link to first story)
Comments: 10 Score: [-] 256 [+].
The Icelandic Phallological Museum Posted: 4 years ago by misswinkle
The Icelandic Phallological Museum is probably the only museum in the world to contain a collection of phallic specimens belonging to all the various types of mammal found in a single country. *NSFW*
Comments: 3 Score: [-] 141 [+].
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