Cluck! Cluck! - woman eats 181 chicken wings in 12 minutes
You Are What You Eat - schools posting calorie counts in cafeterias
Matters of Life and Death - fraud charges plaguing Planned Parenthood
On this day in history: September 7, 1978 - Walking to the bus stop, BBC journalist Georgi Markov suddenly feels a sharp pain in his right calf. A KGB assassin had jabbed him with an umbrella tip, rigged to inject a tiny platinum sphere. The pellet is laden with ricin, a castor-based toxin with no known antidote. Markov dies in the hospital four agonizing days later.
Born on this day in history: September 7, 1936 - Buddy Holly (1936 - 1959) Born in Lubbock, Texas, singer-songwriter Buddy Holly was the first to add drums and a rhythm-and-blues beat to the country style. A cult figure remembered for "That'll Be The Day," and "Peggy Sue," Holly was killed in a plane crash.
Scripture of the Day: We proclaim him [Jesus], admonishing and teaching everyone with all wisdom, so that we present everyone perfect in Christ. — Colossians 1:28
Video of the Day: Driving School - Two-wheel Drifting - submitted by Darin
Imagine my surprise when I encountered this scene at Walmart while journeying to my office this morning! Click to enlarge.