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Woman driver caught flossing teeth at 70mph on...
A woman driver was caught flossing her teeth at 70mph on a motorway. Traffic police spotted the driver, 36, on the M4 motorway using dental floss to clean her teeth in her rear view mirror. She was pulled over, lectured about careless driving and given a fixed penalty notice of £60. Police say it is the latest example of people risking lives for a moment of high-speed vanity. A spokesman...
These things eat everything!!
It’s not a real volcano, look a little closer to some of Matthew Albanese’s work.
Cities Shortening Yellow Traffic Lights for Deadly...
Some cities have been shortening yellow lights to nab drivers with a ticket. But studies show that they’re raking in the bucks at the expense of public safety.
I can’t wait until they release this!
“Synchronized disobedience is fun.” Via.
Zombies Have Free Speech Rights
“Court rules that horror-movie style zombies have the right to free speech after a group of protesters dressed as zombies were arrested by Minnesota police. A court has allowed a group of protesters dressed as zombies to continue with a lawsuit against police who arrested them for disorderly conduct. The appeal court overturned a previous finding that the group had correctly been arrested over a...
I can really feel how this guy will get himself killed in a car crash!
Tunes 4u2 Mike Oldfield : Moonlight shadow ...
Trustocorp Guerilla signs
Seen via Osocio, guerilla signs that have been sprouting up around the U.S. Nice work! These signs are spotted in the streets of Manhattan, Miami, Los Angeles, Detroit, Philadelphia and Williamsburg USA. They are made by TrustoCorp, but who the people are behind this name is unknown. Very clever, some are hardhitting, others are hilarious. At least it will give passers something to think...
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furtivelungs: theinspirationtree: (via idothattoo)
Jesse Balmer art
More of it here.
Numbers.... are combined in words and letters
In English, the name of each integer shares a letter with each of its neighbors. ONE shares an O with TWO, TWO shares a T with THREE … and so on to infinity.
Evolution, Emotion, and Reason: Love (Guest Lecture by Professor Peter Salovey)
Check out the pants on the guy standing in the wagon, in the bottom center. A great photo of Baltimore, taken in 1906 Via (J-walk) Of course better “High rez” here.
The final season of "LOST" as seen by someone who...
Lollyphile - Caffeinated Maple-bacon lollipops!
The difference of being a pirate or a legal movie...
Better resolution here.
What do the kids think about thier Moms?
I would take a sneak.
The first copy of “Superman” has been sold for $1,000,000 on the internet. The 1938 edition of “Action comics No’1 - that was originally sold for ten cents - Was sold by an anonymous seller and an anonymous buyer of which both didn’t tell their names.
Motorcycles of WWII
Bunch of pictures at this place.
Great photos of skydiving
Here’s something for those who are interested.
Teddy Roosevelt riding a moose
Koala bear fight
aha hm..... I have a question!
Female inmate uses spoon to dig out of prison
Plain and slouchy? You need a pair of posture earrings, patented by Peter Badovinac in 1972. Each earring contains a small ball in a horizontal chamber. If you’re sitting up straight, the ball rests at the rear end of the chamber. If your “posture becomes slumped,” the ball rolls to the front, “thus giving a sharp clicking sound so to warn the wearer to hold her head erect.” “Much simpler and...
I can’t understand why people are afraid of new ideas. I’m frightened of the old...– John Cage
The cardboard box as national toy
This is inspiring: In 2005 the National Toy Hall of Fame inducted the cardboard box. “I think every adult has had that disillusioning experience of picking what they think is a wonderful toy for a child, and then finding the kid playing with the box,” said chief curator Christopher Bensch. “It’s that empty box full of possibilities that the kids can sense and the adults don’t always see.” In...
Marumage hairstyle for married women
Photos of Sakurajima volcano
The rest at this place.
In 1978, Baptist minister Hans Mullikin arrived at the White House after crawling 1,600 miles from Marshall, Texas. An aide told him that President Carter was too busy to see him. “I just wanted to show America that we need to get on our knees and repent,” Mullikin told reporters. “This is something I had in my heart and wanted to do for my country.” He added, “A lot of people tell me I’m...
Babel Fish from google?
[Google] is developing software for the first phone capable of translating foreign languages almost instantly – like the Babel Fish in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
Don't go near that.....
You'll ain't got much choice
Pinch Away the Pain: Scorpion Venom Could Be an...
“— Scorpion venom is notoriously poisonous — but it might be used as an alternative to dangerous and addictive painkillers like morphine, a Tel Aviv University researcher claims.” More at this place.