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Archive for July, 2009

Moblin 2.0 Beta for Netbooks and Nettops Introduction

The future… looking friendly 🙂

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1God1Jesus | God loves a fat ass!

American women are fat, and they can thank the Lord for that, as he has provided these good Christians with a healthy appetite and bountiful crops.  The portion sizes in that country spill over their plates, causing their portly bellies to spill over their pants.
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CZECH it out | What hides behind the seven locks?

In contrast to the crown jewels of many other European empires or royalty, the Czech crown jewels cannot be found on public display in a museum. On the contrary, for much of the time they are kept in a carefully protected room deep in the bowels of Prague’s St. Vitus Cathedral. The remains of Czech kings are kept inside as well as valuable Christian relics, all stored in a treasury secured with seven locks. In fact, they only rarely see the light of day, and only for short periods of time.

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Book Excerpt | Louis Jaennette

Tequila Sunrise Recipe

If you have been following this blog for any length of time, you have undoubtedly been both shocked and delighted by one of our most prolific and talented contributors, Louis P. Jaennette

Seems he’s decided to write a book!! Here is a small excerpt, EXCLUSIVE to this space, a preview that may be competely different by the time it’s printed:-) Comments are most welcome. Enjoy!

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SUNDAY Series | the U.S. has a 45-year history of torture

President Obama thinks suppressing prisoner abuse photos will make rainbows and sunshine suddenly beam from America’s butt.

As President Obama grapples with accusations of torture by U.S. agents, I suggest he consult the former Senate majority leader, Tom Daschle.

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100 years ago today: Blériot’s English Channel Crossing

One hundred years ago today, pilot Louis Blériot became the first person to cross a ‘large body of water’ in a ‘heavier than air’ aircraft.

The successful aircraft was the Blériot XI, a replica is shown below.
Blériot XI Plane

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Just for Laughs! | Hilarity ensues :-)


Summer Series UPDATE

YES! – WE are STILL in Montreal (yay!) MAYBE when summer gets here (it’s been fucking RAINing for the whole time we’re here (although I’m told this is unusual, I can’t help wondering if i should call Al Gore and ask where the fuck the GLOBAL WARMING is !!!)

We decided to stay (and NO, I WON’T tell you her name 🙂 for Montreal’s second festival – JUST FOR LAUGHS!

Our Favorites are, MARTIN SHORT, JOHN CLEESE and Tommy Tiernan! (love his style!!)

Already tweeted a few pix for you over on twittpic and looking forward to going home soon.

SPAIN has been cancelled due to raging wildfires. Our hearts go out to our friends there and hope the rains here make their way there !!!

ps: a big shout-out to our talented Comedienne friend AMY ANDERSON (and cutie-pie Aubrey!)

Amy mentioned this event a few years ago when we interviewed her and it’s been a great experience!  ThanX Amy!

2010 | a Snow Leopard on skis!

It isn’t often you see an African man in a leopard-print ski jacket on Blackcomb’s Horstman Glacier.

We’ve all seen the movie Cool Runnings, which tells the story of the Jamaican Bobsleigh team and their quest for the 1988 Olympic Winter Games in Calgary. This winter, the eyes of the world will be on Kwame Nkrumah-Acheampong, Ghana’s first and only Olympic skier.

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Children and the death penalty: Executions worldwide since 1990

Stop Child Executions

The attached document gives details of cases of child offenders executed since 1990 and cites the relevant international standards. Two tables are appended: a list of cases and a table of the 113 countries which provide for the death penalty but exclude its use of the death penalty against child offenders. There are also appendices giving the text of the resolution on “The death penalty in relation to child offenders” adopted by the UN Sub-Commission on the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights in August 2000 and extracts from the resolution on “The question of the death penalty” adopted by the UN Commission on Human Rights in April 2002
Amnesty Report

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Susie Arioli | Montreal Jazz Artiste


We got lucky at the Montreal International Jazz Festival, and discovered an award winning talented artist poised to conquer the world stage! – be sure to follow Susie and her bandmates across the globe on their next tour! This gurl transports you back in time !

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1969 Apollo 11 Moon Landing

BIG Brother | Google’s Eyeball Counting Camera

The Eyebox is a camera designed by a company called Xuuk that’s working in partnership with Google to count eyeballs. This small palm-sized camera is designed to register the number of people of that look at billboards by counting the amount of eyeballs.


The Eyebox uses multiple infrared sensors to shine beams that can track redeye in people’s eyeballs as they look at any particular hoarding or billboard. Billboards will simply have to be equipped by this device that connects to a computer via USB interface.

Earlier devices ranged close to Rs. 1,02,5000. It wasn’t just the price though, it also required people to stay still and was effective only if they were approximately 2 feet away. So the range was not too far. But the Eyebox cost just Rs. 41,000 ($1000), which is a drastic drop in the price obviously. It is capable of working from around 32 feet away and it doesn’t require viewers to look directly at the device.

England | Category: Fed up

Where shall i Start???????


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Some E-Books Are More Equal Than Others

Amazon's Kindle Reader

This morning, hundreds of Amazon Kindle owners awoke to discover that books by a certain famous author had mysteriously disappeared from their e-book readers. These were books that they had bought and paid for—thought they owned.
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