Monthly Archives: November 2007

Outrageously politically incorrect adverts from the time equality forgot

Outrageously politically incorrect adverts from the time equality forgot

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Brazen Thief Robs 180 Kegs of Guinness

Brazen Thief Robs 180 Kegs of Guinness

DUBLIN – A thief made off with 180 kegs of Guinness beer after smoothly driving into the Dublin brewery which makes the black stout and snatching a trailer load of drink, police said on Thursday. The incident took place on Wednesday at the Guinness brewery on the banks of Dublin's River Liffey where Ireland's trademark(…)

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‘Transparent’ billboard

‘Transparent’ billboard

Artist Cayetano Ferrer posts an image of what’s hidden behind the billbooard onto it, then takes a chunk of it and posts on an adjacent building. Link

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www.extremepumpkins.com

www.extremepumpkins.com

Gene Simmons pumpkin with ham tongue, from the 2006 winners list. Link

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Elaborate prank leaves Oregon officers in custody of gnomes

Elaborate prank leaves Oregon officers in custody of gnomes

found image Clip:  SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — A number of gnomes have taken sanctuary at the Springfield police station. Somebody apparently collected 75 lawn ornaments from around town and then, on the night of Oct. 17, placed them meticulously on and around the lawn of one house. Among the plastic and porcelain geese, deer and frogs(…)

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Lorry driver had to sleep in cab for three nights after sat-nav blunder left him wedged in country lane

Lorry driver had to sleep in cab for three nights after sat-nav blunder left him wedged in country lane

  Clip:  A lorry driver who was led off course by his sat nav got his HGV so tightly wedged in a narrow country lane he had to spend three nights sleeping in his cab before being rescued. Residents living near the scene in Ivybridge, near Plymouth, Devon, were astonished when the LGV became wedged(…)

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Cal physicists make a radio 10,000 times thinner than a human hair

Physicists at UC Berkeley say they have produced the world's smallest radio out of a single carbon nanotube that is 10,000 times thinner than a human hair. Professor Alex Zettl led a team that developed the minuscule filament, which can be tuned to receive AM or FM transmissions. The first song it played? "Layla" by(…)

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