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12:34 and 56 seconds on July 8th 2009. Of course, if we did our dates like the rest of the world, we'd have another shot at this on the 7th of August.
Here's an article (NY City Mystery Odor
) about the discovery of the source of a mysterious odor infiltrating NYC. It's apparently some processing plants in NJ causing it. Now, I ain't no scientist or brain surgeon (could be, but I ain't), but was there ever any doubt that the smell was coming from New Jersey?
Mark my words. The beard revolution has begun. Anyone notice how beards seem to have proliferated over the past 2 months? Take a look around and notice the beards!
"Weather is here, wish you were beautiful."
Your homepage vid should really be titled, One Republic feat. Timbaland.
Gotta love how these Rap artists add a little "hey, hey" in the background and a few synths to a song that is otherwise wholly written by another artist, and all their fans presume they're the genius behind it.
P.S. check out One Republic's "Stop and Stare" I'm sure you can youtube it. It's a phenomenal song.
There is a Yahoo article
with the headline: Harvard gets record $100 million gift from Rockefeller.
I happen to have the transcript of the call that initiated the donation:
[caller]: Hi, my name is Mindy and I'm a student here at Harvard. Would you like to contribute a hundred towards senior class opportunities to study culture?
[Rockefeller]: Sure why not. 100 million. I'm not the first today to donate 100 million, am I? *cough* *hack!* - Where Are My Pills?! ... (unintelligible)... I'll send you a check.
[Mindy to herself]: I'm working on commission, right?
LAKELAND, Fla. (UPI) -- The co-owner of a wildlife preserve north of Lakeland, Fla., said a dozen monkeys who pulled off a daring escape from the facility are evading capture.
Lex Salisbury, co-owner of wildlife preserve Safari Wild and president of Lowry Park Zoo, said the monkeys escaped en masse Saturday by swimming the 8-foot-deep, 60-foot wide moat that surrounded the island they were taken to Thursday, the Tampa (Fla.) Tribune reported Tuesday.
He said the patas monkeys, considered among the fastest primates, have evaded capture but are not considered dangerous. Salisbury said the monkeys, which are native to Africa, have predator-evading experience that will likely keep them safe from Florida wildlife.
"These guys are pretty smart," he said. "They'll be fine."
Salisbury said the current plan for catching the monkeys involves leaving food for them at the same place every day until they are lured into a routine and a trap can be set.
Copyright 2008 by United Press International
"Online video traffic choking Internet service providers" is a headline on Yahoo, that's not a text article, but an online video. How ironic.