Friday, August 25, 2006

Homos on the Range, Twins, -and- Bozos

Homos on the Range - Wal-Mart partners with gay-lesbian group
Twins - "pregnant" man delivers brother after 36 years
Bozos - police make arrests in clown robbery cases

On this day in history: August 25, 1835 - The New York Sun publishes stunning revelations that Sir John Hershel has observed little men living on the surface of the moon. The stories, now generally believed to be false, brings the paper record circulation.

Born on this day in history: August 25, 1927 - Althea Gibson (1927 - ____) tennis player. She was the first Afro-American player to win both the U.S. Open and Wimbledon championships, 1957.

Be certain to view this hilarious video! NagaFuki Surprise

The crisis over potentially flammable batteries deepened yesterday as Apple Computer announced the recall of 1.8 million batteries because they presented a fire hazard. The voluntary recall follows a similar move by Dell, which this month recalled more than 4 million Sony batteries amid reports that they could cause computers to overheat and, in rare cases, explode into flames.

Did Sony save all the "good" batteries for its own laptops?