It's made me lazy. I clip, I write a few words, I paste into blog and presto, nothing new. No, I shall have to reserve it for special occasions. Now if I could get it to embed video without autoplay that would be something.
Scott Adams picks up on a story about a man having sex with a dead deer. The man's defence in court was that a dead animal is no longer an animal and therefore the sex was lawful. The judge didn't buy it. clipped from dilbertblog.typepad.com I’m trying to picture the cop arriving on the scene. The deer-humper looks up from the ditch, sees the cop looking down at him, and asks himself this question: “Is there any point in stopping?” It seems to me that the legal punishment for man-on-deer sex would be exactly the same whether you finish or not. I picture him holding up two fingers and saying to the cop, “Just two minutes. Almost done.”
Ah, the dear BPI (a British RIAA) and Europe. Together they make living in the UK such a fine mix of fairness, good value and moral rectitude - the story below concerns the court case taken up by the BPI to force CD Wow to charge more for CDs (you couldn't make it up): clipped from www.tiscali.co.uk CD-WOW fined over illegal imports They had accused CD-WOW of breaching their copyright by importing CDs from countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA), a grouping of countries that began operating as a unit in 2004.
Not sure whether to use allofmp3.com or not? Consider this short morality tale: clipped from news.bbc.co.uk Bay City Rollers sue record label In the documents, the group said they had sold at least 70 million albums around the world but received only a single royalty payment of about $254,000 (£129,000) in more than 25 years.
Or, where not to live. Map shows how nine territories account for 70% of war deaths in 2002. Check the website (sorry it's the Daily Middle England but just goes to show it isn't completely full of the worst press reporting anywhere on earth) for more such as toy imports vs toy exports (surprisingly interesting) and alcohol consumption. clipped from www.dailymail.co.uk
Mmm, not sure about this. Hairy babies unattractive therefore left behind in case they were eaten and thereby were a waste of childrearing? It's a thought. Wouldn't hairy babies be less pleasant to eat though? Easier to kill something ugly but it still doesn't seem quite right somehow.... clipped from www.medicalnewstoday.com Why Aren't Humans Furry? Stone-Age Moms Could Be The Answer Medical Hypotheses, an Elsevier publication, has announced the winner of the 2006 David Horrobin Prize for medical theory. Written by Judith Rich-Harris, author of The Nurture Assumption and No Two Alike, the article, "Parental selection: a third selection process in the evolution of human hairlessness and skin color" was judged to best embody the spirit of the journal. The £1,000 prize, launched in 2004, is awarded annually and named in honour of Dr. David Horrobin, the renowned researcher, biotechnology expert and founder of Medical Hypotheses, who died in 2003. Harris' pap…
So you're sat there enjoying your salmon and champagne when in comes the stewardess with a corpse plus grief-stricken relative. Mourning ensues. You might think twice about using that particular airline again: clipped from www.timesonline.co.uk BA sat corpse in first class The body of a woman in her seventies, who died after the plane left Delhi for Heathrow, was carried by cabin staff from economy to first class, where there was more space. Her body was propped up in a seat, using pillows. The woman’s daughter accompanied the corpse, and spent the rest of the journey wailing in grief. Paul Trinder, who awoke to see the body at the end of his row, last week described the journey as “deeply disturbing”, and complained that the airline dismissed his concerns by telling him to “get over it”.
No one is being paid! Think of the health and safety implications! I bet they haven't got permission to perform the song! My god, what is society coming to? clipped from www.dailymotion.com Concert sauvage dans le métro ! Duration: 05:12| Taken: 01 décembre 2006| Location: Paris, France
And he's rocking! Special offer from email@example.com (Crystal Holdings? Of course!). What has he got to say? Why, here it is, a Special Offer in all its glory:
Peter Smith,Managing director Smith Holdings,Ltd Office Address:Mermoz Rue Mz-77 Q18 Dakar,Senegal.
Crystal Holdings Ltd, is in search of a book-keeper/company representatives in the United States,UK,Europe and Asia.This project has been developed in a way not to affect your present job not bring you any form of stress but in order to help take care of those extra costs while you work for us. We are manufacturer and supplier of Batik,Assorted African fabrics,various clothing materials,African art materials and all kinds of furniture's for exports.Our website is under construction and should be ready soon.
Recently, It came to my knowledge that there are lots' of lapses in handling funds coming from our clients in the USA,UK,Europe and Asia which come in forms of cashier's cheque,Company cheque,Mo…
Thanks Google and Oscar. clipped from www.google.co.uk Disobedience, in the eyes of anyone who has read history, is man's original virtue. It is through disobedience and rebellion that progress has been made. - Oscar Wilde
Six months of torture and god knows what sort of exposure to mind-bending techniques and the CIA want us to think they have a key Al! Kaieeeda! operative? Yeah, like that's the truth. He beheaded Daniel Pearl, brought down the twin towers, shot JFK and apparently was behind the Great Train Robbery. We're waiting with baited breath to hear about the Diana car crash, Shergar and the Marie Celeste. clipped from news.bbc.co.uk Key 9/11 figure 'beheaded Pearl' Alleged al-Qaeda mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed has confessed to the killing of US journalist Daniel Pearl in Pakistan in 2002, the Pentagon says.
Hurrah for Orange and hurrah for Samsung - possibly the worst sounding mobile phone in the world has arrived and it is getting a basting from Charlie Brooker at the Grauniad today. Marvellous stuff. clipped from www.guardian.co.uk My new mobile is lumbered with a bewildering array of unnecessary features aimed at idiots