Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Drive My Car, Stupid Criminals, -and- Are We There Yet?

In the News Today:
  • Drive My Car - "Worst Driver" contestant runs over show's host
  • Stupid Criminals - thief documents armed robbery in his diary
  • Are We There Yet? - Google Maps mistake brings hordes of vacationers to New Jersey woman’s home

    Technology in the News Today:
  • Google+ Users: 20 Million by the Weekend?
  • Anonymous Releases 90,000 Military Emails
  • DHS: Imported Gadgets Possibly Include Malicious Software

    On this Day in History:
    July 12, 1979 - It is "Disco Demolition Night" at Chicago's Comiskey Park, where baseball tickets cost only $.98 if the purchaser brings along a disco record for the bonfire. During the second game of the doubleheader, thousands of vinyl LPs fly onto the field, generating enough chaos that the White Sox are forced to forfeit.

    Born on this Day in History: July 12, 1937 - Bill Cosby (1937 - ) Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, comedian, writer and producer Bill Cosby began performing at New York's Gaslight Café in 1962. He was the first African-American actor to star in a weekly TV dramatic series, "I Spy" (1965-8), and later headlined "The Bill Cosby Show" (1969-71). In 2003, Cosby was honored with the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award.

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    Video of the Day: - Submitted by Jeremy

    Fishing Spider Eats Frogs

    Imagine my surprise when I encountered this scene at Walmart while journeying to my office this morning! Click to enlarge.