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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Quick Update

Back from the west coast! And I only had to reschedules my flights twice!

I know you've all missed me, so let's get to it.


The Nicolas Cage Matrix:
How can one actor be in so many awesome movies, and yet, be in an equal number of terrible movies?
(via The Daily What)


True Grit: 1969 vs 2010

(thanks to Dave C)


Another frivolous lawsuit, anyone?
Who wants to visit Hillsboro, Oregon and give him another black eye?
(failblog)

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I want this game: Angry Turds
"Ever wish Angry Birds had more poop in it? Well look no further than the App Store today, as Apps Genius has launched Angry Turds. As a monkey in Angry Turds, you get to battle evil island explorers who have stolen your monkey babies with various projectile weapons."
(via TechCrunch)


I want this charger:
"This is a portable spring driven power generator design concept by designer Satoshi Yanagisawa, one that says you’ll be able to recharge your daily portable gadgets anytime anywhere without further negative impact to the environment. Sounds alright! The name of this project is “Cyclus,” and it’s a spring driven personal electricity generator. A hand held device that, when its bottom is twisted, provides 30 minutes of energy via the inner located spring via “rotation energy.”"


(via Yanko Design)


I want this gun: The Raging Judge
"Brazilian armsmaker Taurus caused a stir when it released “The Judge” — a revolver that fires shotguns shells in addition to handgun cartridges. The Judge shoots .410 gauge shells as well as .45 Long Colt cartridges. “The Raging Judge”, pictured above, goes even further in this approach, firing the much larger 28 gauge shell."
(via Neatorama)


Parenting Fail

(via failblog)


Extremely Bad Parenting (about to fail?)
(link thanks to Audrey)


Immigration officer fired after putting wife on list of terrorists to stop her flying home
Genius.
"An immigration officer tried to rid himself of his wife by adding her name to a list of terrorist suspects.

He used his access to security databases to include his wife on a watch list of people banned from boarding flights into Britain because their presence in the country is 'not conducive to the public good'.

As a result the woman was unable for three years to return from Pakistan after travelling to the county to visit family.

The tampering went undetected until the immigration officer was selected for promotion and his wife name was found on the suspects' list during a vetting inquiry.

The Home Office confirmed today that the officer has been sacked for gross misconduct.
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(via Barstool)


And a way cool interactive Inflation Comparison Chart:
(link via Chart Porn)

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