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March 1, 2006

Microsoft Sending People Free Stuff

I'm sure there is a catch to this, some evil microsoft trick that this will secretly install on your computer when you plug it in.. but I can't resist free stuff.. click here for yours.

March 5, 2006

Jermaine Jackson Book Says Michael Guilty (Maybe)

Augh. In the Daily News:

Jermaine Jackson Book Dishes Dirt on Michael
Unpublished Manuscript from Jermaine Jackson Says His Family Fears He is Guilty

Jermaine Jackson feared his kid brother Michael might be guilty of child molestation, but backed him at trial because he thought the pop star would commit suicide in prison, according to a bombshell book proposal obtained by the Daily News.

In a tell-all outline shopped to publishers just weeks after Michael's arrest in November 2003, Jermaine described the Pop King as a sometimes out-of-control drug and booze abuser with a calculating mean streak and "a thing for young children."

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The Simpsons come to life (VIDEO)

The makers of The Simpsons have a filmed the show's opening titles using real actors.

See the Video here.

March 10, 2006

The Story of Ctrl Alt Delete

I love Bill Gates face at the end...haha

March 14, 2006

Pac-Man in a field caught by Google Maps

This stuff always cracks me up..


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March 16, 2006

Halo 3 may not be called Halo 3

from xboxic.com

Halo 3 may not be Halo 3 claims magazine

A user on the official Xbox.com forums got his sweaty hands on the latest Game Informer magazine and found lots and lots of interesting stuff in there on Halo 3, the game many consider to be inevitable and which is almost certainly going to be the Xbox 360 killer app. Indeed, almost certainly, because the article supposedly states the game is so different it’s not even being called Halo anymore.

Since Xbox.com does not allow scanned magazines to be posted because of copyright reasons, the friendly topicstarter typed it all out for our pleasure. For the quick readers we have the highlights:

* Halo 3 isn't currently called Halo 3. In fact, it doesn't even have halo in the name - it is called Forerunner
* It will include HUGE environments.
* It will be somewhat open - i.e. A mission where you have to go invade/destroy an armory will determine how much weaponry you have for the next mission and how much the opposing forces will have.
* Will have a definite mission structure - but still be somewhat open.
* 4 Player Co-Op
* A gameinformer source (not named) HAS SEEN THE GAME IN ACTION. He also explains that the reason Bungie says there is no Halo 3 is because it will most likely be called “Forerunner”

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March 21, 2006

Carlos Boozer Suing Prince for Messing Up His House

I guess Carlos is not hip 2 the rare housequake:

"Claiming that his $70,000-a-month tenant Prince undertook an extremely tacky makeover of his Los Angeles mansion, an NBA star recently sued the mercurial singer over the purple-hued alterations. In a January complaint, Carlos Boozer, a forward with the Utah Jazz, sued Prince/MPG Music over unauthorized work done on the West Hollywood property, which is owned by the C Booz Multifamily I LLC. According to the lawsuit, Prince/MPG Music violated its eight-month lease by "painting the exterior of the [house] with purple striping, 'prince' symbol, and numbers 3121." Prince's new album, "3121," is scheduled for release tomorrow. Inside the home, among other renovations, a purple monogrammed carpet was installed in the master bedroom and plumbing and piping was added in the downstairs bedroom "for water transfer for beauty salon chairs." As part of a promotion, Prince is expected to hold a private concert at the Hollywood property for album purchasers who find a Wonkaesque "purple ticket" inside their CD cases."

Battlefield 2142 Trailer

Apparently "Battlefield" is one of these home video games, that are so popular with the young folk? I am on old, old man.

March 22, 2006

Another mysterious "hovering car" is spotted in Perth.

A second "hovering car" has been spotted on Google's satellite imaging service near a suburban carpark on the outskirts Perth.

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Animal Rights Groups Decry Bear Wrestling

from yahoo.com:

Animal Rights Groups Decry Bear Wrestling

CLEVELAND - Lance Palmer, a 140-pound high school wrestler and four-time state champ, taps into his substantial skills whenever he takes on Ceaser Jr. Skill comes in handy when your opponent is a 650-pound black bear.

Palmer recently wrestled Ceaser at the annual Cleveland Sport, Travel & Outdoor Show, pinning the animal on its back.

Although he says he never hurts the bear, Palmer and the bear's owner have been criticized by animal rights groups.

Yo, forget the bear, if someone wants to wrestle a 650lb bear take a picture and send it to a Creationist.

March 23, 2006

Coca-Cola Blak | New Coffee Drink from Coke

Caffiene has long been a very good friend to computer and technology geeks! Now it appears Coca-Cola has developed a new fusion beverage that promises to satisfy both coffee and cola addictions - at the same time...

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March 29, 2006

MySpace Graveyard

This is creepy

MySpace Graveyard

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Stacked can art

This guy has an impressive collection of stacked can art. Site is here

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