Well, here’s a couple of thousand worth….
COLOR “BLIND?” The Crayola 64 Box is turning 50 this year, and Crayola has gone a bit “radical red” to mark the golden moment. The palette of eight colors, deemed by kids as the “hot hues” for 2008, illustrates how different colors tell a story about what is important to today’s kids, according to a press release. They do not, however, seem to have much to do with an actual description of the color of the crayon itself. MORE at http://www.plansponsor.com/pi_type10/?RECORD_ID=41036
The travails of TV journalism: MORE at http://gawker.com/377201/the-dangers-of-being-a-television-news-reporter
....and here's a couple of thousand MORE...
In Weber County, Utah , firefighters responded to a residential alarm - - - and while searching the house afterwards to make sure the fire was out - - - discovered $78,000 worth of mari.juana plants (130 of them) in the basement - - - you can see them with their "catch" at http://www.kutv.com/media/news/e/1/e/e1ec2f8f-5e79-4788-b2c6-796d65878ad3/Original.jpg
- - - In Southway, U.K. , Elizabeth Hingston, 27, had reportedly suffered an injury as a result of a garden wall falling on her leg - - - and had taken steps to sue the Plymouth City Council for her injury - - - but, in an apparently unrelated action, police executed a search warrant on Gordon Thomson, 22, who turned out to be an acquaintance of Elizabeth - - - and during that search, they seized a mobile phone - - - which, in their search for evidence of drug offenses, turned out to have a video - - - of Gordon - - - jumping with both feet onto Elizabeth's leg - - - which was propped up on house bricks as she lay on the floor - - - confronted with the evidence, Gordon confessed to his complicity - - - "I did break her leg, but only because she had kept on and on at me for days to do it," he said - - - you can see stills from the video at http://www.thisisplymouth.co.uk/displayNode.jsp?nodeId=181429&command=displayContent&sourceNode=229968&home=yes&more_nodeId1=133174&contentPK=20365922
Don't quit your day job....
There's a reason they call it "Secret Talents of the Stars." George Takei (Star Trek's Mr. Sulu) Goes Country at http://www.blinkx.com/video/CBS/Secret_Talents_of_the_Stars_-_George_Takei_Goes_Country~v0RXF7AgXLoiLG5pmZDU2Hw
And here's an interesting little "composition....
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