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Saturday, July 21, 2007

Manuel Uribe Guinness Books Fattest Man Could Also Be Worlds Largest Weight Loss Record Holder !!!

Manuel Uribe, tipping the scales at 560 kilograms (1,234 pounds) and seen here at his home in 2006, will be listed as the world's fattest man by the Guinness Book of Records, while a loss of 200 kilos (440 pounds) may make him the man who lost the most weight.(AFP/Alejandro Acosta)
Guinness World Records

Guinness World Records: Primetime- Worlds Worst Mouse Plague

Guiness World Record for most T-Shirts worn at one time.

Guinness World Records:Man Takes Off Half His Face

Guinness World Records:Primetime-Werewolf Syndrome

1010Lb World Record Bench Press

World Record Trampoline Jump

World record with Trackmania Nation: 1500 Replays

Hot Dog Eating World Record- Joey Chestnut

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Friday, July 20, 2007

Another Air Quality Problem Fron Steam Pipe Explosion In NYC / Between 9/11 And The Latest Explosion Is It Safe To Breath In NYC Anymore ?

Air OK, but asbestos in debris from N.Y. steam pipe blast

NEW YORK (CNN) -- The air was declared clean, but the carcinogen asbestos was found in dust and debris hurled into midtown Manhattan by a steam pipe explosion the day before, New York City announced Thursday.
The city's Department of Emergency Management will continue to test the debris after finding asbestos in six of 10 samples, according to a statement from the city's Office of Emergency Management.

"People who may (have come) into contact with the steam or debris should take a shower and place their clothes in plastic bags for cleaning or disposal," the statement said.

Asbestos is a fibrous mineral used to insulate pipes. Longterm exposure can cause allergies, skin problems and cancer.

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Never Smash A WD40 Can / There's Never A Shortage Of Idiots In This World !!!

This is What Happens when you smash a WD40 Can with a stick.

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Thursday, July 19, 2007

The Day The Music Died / Now The RIAA Wants To Kill The Webcasters Too !!!

Small internet radio stations face being wiped out by a change in the way royalties are calculated. But stay tuned - the fight is far from over, says Danny Bradbury

Tim Westergren never thought he'd run a dotcom startup. He was a musician, sleeping in tour vans on the road and recording the occasional film score. When he did decide to start a business, he put six years of his life into it. This week, he is preparing to shut down his nascent UK operation and mulling the future of the US one, as legislators on both sides of the Atlantic threaten to kill his business.

Web radio faces its death knell

The SaveNetRadio Coalition

Congress and SoundExchange have heard loud and clear the amazing outpouring of support for Internet radio from webcasters, listeners and the thousands of artists they support. A commitment has been made to negotiate reasonable royalties, recognizing the industry’s long-term value and its still-developing revenue potential.

During negotiations SoundExchange committed temporarily not to enforce the new royalty rates so webcasters can stay online as new rates are agreed upon.

This development is due in great part to the millions of people who have let their Congressional representatives know about their support of Internet radio. Over 125 representatives have cosponsored the bill to this point.

We urge listeners to continue calling their Senators and Representative to ask them to co-sponsor the Internet Radio Equality Act. Thank you.


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Superman - An Update From Michael Yon In Iraq's Frontlines !!!


Route Tampa is the major supply route for Coalition forces in Iraq. Billions of dollars’ worth of gear and supplies are pumped up the northbound artery, while rumbling down the southbound vein back to Kuwait are damaged vehicles, units returning from a year or longer at war and convoys of empty trucks. Along the way, thousands of blue, black and clear plastic bags twirl, swirl and skitter in the hot dusty winds. The bags ramble about like so much plastic tumbleweed; aligning along the wind, drifting along the desert currents until they catch on nettles, concertina or the shards of wreckage. On those summer days so hot machines and bodies begin to falter, the air inside the bags is heated just a few degrees more, enough that some bags spontaneously buoy and drift away.

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Sunday, July 15, 2007

Did text-messaging lead to N.Y. crash? / Canandaigua NY Head-on Crash Kills 5 Students

This story hit's close to me because it happened in the area that I live in. It is the worst accident that we have had in along time and it is just such a tragedy that all five kids lost their lives.
Anyway, if it is true that text messaging was a factor in the cause then it could be a wake-up call to "Everyone, Not just young people" not to "Text and Drive"... BJC

By BEN DOBBIN, Associated Press Writer

CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. - Text messages were sent and received on a 17-year-old driver's cell phone moments before the sport utility vehicle slammed head-on into a truck, killing her and four other recent high school graduates, police said.

Bailey Goodman was driving her friends to her parents' vacation home when her SUV, which had just passed a car, swerved back into oncoming traffic, hit a tractor-trailer and burst into flames. Five days earlier, the five teenagers had graduated together from high school in Fairport, a Rochester suburb.

Goodman's inexperience at the wheel; evidence she was driving above the speed limit at night on a winding, two-lane highway; and a succession of calls and text messages on her phone were cited Friday by Sheriff Phil Povero as possible factors in the June 28 crash in western New York.

"The records indicate her phone was in use," Povero said. "We will never be able to clearly state that she was the one doing the text messaging. ... We all certainly know that cell phones are a distraction and could be a contributing factor in this accident."

Several minutes before the first 911 call about the crash, Goodman talked briefly with a fellow graduate trailing her in another vehicle. Two minutes before the crash was reported, her phone was used to send a text greeting to a friend, Povero said.

He sent a reply less than a minute before the first 911 call, the sheriff added.

Routine tests ruled out alcohol as a factor in the 10 p.m. crash, and police don't suspect drug use was involved. Goodman had only a junior driver's license, making it illegal for her to be driving after 9 p.m. without supervision or to be carrying so many young passengers.

The victims, all 17 or 18, had been cheerleaders at Fairport High. In March, the team took first place in its category at a national competition in Orlando, Fla.

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