Friday, January 20, 2012

You Are What You Eat, If I Were a Carpenter, -and- Crime and Punishment

In the News Today
  • You Are What You Eat - 6,700-year-old popcorn found in Peru
  • If I Were a Carpenter - Man shoots 3.5" nail into brain and survives
  • Crime and Punishment - Man arrested for spitting on sidewalk in Daytona Beach

    Technology in the News Today
  • This Is What the Megaupload Million-Dollar Car Seize Looks Like
  • Anonymous Downs Government, Music Industry Sites in Largest Attack Ever
  • Jailed MegaUpload Employees Denied Bail

    Born on this Day in History: January 20, 1896 - George Burns was an American comedian and actor, popular in vaudeville, radio, film and television for over 70 years. He's remembered as always smoking a cigar and wearing big, round eyeglasses. He was especially known for as part of a comedy team with his wife, Gracie Allen. After Allen's death in 1964, Burns made an unexpected comeback with a new persona as a wise, witty old-man.

    On this Day in History: January 20, 1998 - Nepalese police seized a shipment of 272 human skulls in Kathmandu, stashed atop a bus, apparently destined for sale to tourists as curios.

    Scripture of the Day

    Video of the Day - Submitted by Frank

    Walmart People - Click to enlarge