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Found at biggeekdaddy The Princes are practical jokers, here's one they played on the Queen when she asked for help with her new answering machine: From FoxNews: Princely pranksters William and Harry have been accused of recording a bogus message on Queen Elizabeth II's answering machine.
On a spring day in 1971, Charles Simonds packed several pounds of red clay into the steel box on his delivery bike and set out through New York City’s SoHo district. He had spotted a gutter curbstone there that he thought would make the perfect site for one of the tiny clay villages he had(…)
Mr. Brainwash aka MBW is a movie maker and street artist. With an art show funded by himself in the once abandoned CBS studio on Sunset, he created a sanitarium for the artistically inclined…and hipsters? Anywho, the show was packed up the A-hole as the lined curved around the building with the first(…)
I like that Ted Kennedy is 'Sunburn'! Secret Service codenames are a throwback to the period before electronic transmissions were encrypted. Although they serve no practical security function today, the US Army Signal Corps still assigns codenames (mostly out of tradition). John Anderson Miracle, Starburst, Stardust Keke Anderson Scarlet Howard Baker Snapshot (…)
Paula Abdul broke her nose over the weekend after she fell while trying to avoid stepping on her Chihuahua, her publicist said Monday. Abdul was recovering from the mishap and will appear on "American Idol" Tuesday and its season finale Wednesday, publicist David Brokaw said. "She's a little sore, but is doing fine," he said.(…)
Hemingway once wrote a story in just six words ("For sale: baby shoes, never worn.") and is said to have called it his best work. Wired Magazine asked sci-fi, fantasy, and horror writers from the realms of books, TV, movies, and games to take a shot themselves. Computer, did we bring batteries? Computer? – Eileen(…)