Dec
10
2007
0

Pole Dancers on NYC Subway in an effort to win $10,000

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From Daily News:

The N train may need to be changed to the NC-17 and the L could be dubbed the lap dance express.

That's because commuters on the lines got their two bucks worth – and then some – when four leggy New Yorkers set out to turn the subway cars into strip-club Champagne lounges.

On a dare from a Web site promising $10,000 for the best pole dancing in public, the quartet took a ride on the wild side and their winning video has become a rage on the Internet.

"It was literally get on the train and go," said Laura Lee Anderson, 24, of Queens, one of the vivacious vixens videotaped performing Scores-type moves on a Manhattan-bound N train.

Link to article

Dec
07
2007
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A judge in India has summoned two Hindu gods, Ram and Hanuman, to help resolve a property dispute.

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From article: 

Judge Sunil Kumar Singh in the eastern state of Jharkhand has issued adverts in newspapers asking the gods to "appear before the court personally".

The gods have been asked to appear before the court on Tuesday, after the judge said that letters addressed to them had gone unanswered.

Ram and Hanuman are among the most popular Indian Hindu gods.

Link to BBC article

Written by Peter C in: Hmmn. Interesting.,Weird News |
Dec
04
2007
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Banksy returns to Bethlehem

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Link to 8 more images 

Previously about Banksy on P&F 

Written by Peter C in: Arts,Events,History,Hmmn. Interesting.,Humor |
Dec
04
2007
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Puppies and Flowers : The Daily Coyote

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Shreve Stocktons’ daily photographs of her Montana coyote, ‘Charlie‘.

She also has this interesting site, Vespa Vagabond, which documents her cross country Vespa trip from San Francisco to New York City.

Originally posted 2007-12-04 11:15:51.

Written by Peter C in: *Puppies & Flowers |
Dec
03
2007
0

Gibson shows new self-tuning guitar

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From article: 

TOKYO – Musicians of the world are getting a new kind of artistic freedom with technology that eliminates the challenging chore of tuning.

Robotics technology developed by German company Tronical Gmbh in partnership with Gibson Guitar Corp. enables Gibson's newest Les Paul model to tune itself in about two seconds.

For users who purchase the add-on technology, the guitar recognizes pitch. Then, its processor directs motors on its six tuning pegs to tighten or loosen the strings accordingly. Tronical has offered its "Powertune System" online and through retailers in Germany since March, according to the company's Web site.

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Written by Peter C in: Hmmn. Interesting.,Music,Tech |

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