Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Dress for Success, Nothing Original, -and- It's Alive!

Dress for Success - Texas sheriff makes inmates wear pink
Nothing Original - Web sites helps students cheat
It's Alive! - Bigfoot in Malaysia?

On this day in history: October 10, 1962 - The British Broadcasting Company bans "Monster Mash"—the Halloween-themed novelty tune by Bobby "Boris" Pickett—for being "offensive." The BBC never specifies precisely what it is about the song that is problematic.

Born on this day in history: October 10, 1900 - Helen Hayes (1900 - 1993) actress. She was the "First Lady of the American Theater," whose films included "A Farewell to Arms," 1932 and "Airport," 1970.

Be certain to watch this painful video! Submitted by Laura Olympics Oops #2

NEW FEATURE: The videos are now available via the link "Amazing and Amusing Videos" in the Links section, below the visitor counter.

Imagine the shock my friend received this morning when we returned from a fishing trip and this view of his garage presented itself! His wife had called his cell phone earlier and said she had a "small accident" with the pickup. She did not mention the damage to the garage door and his Ferrari! Click to enlarge.