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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

"Spare no expense to save money on this one." - Samuel Goldwyn

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City Harvest Bible Training Center: School of Theology - "City Harvest Bible Training Center (CHBTC) will offer a certificate program in the year 2009... This five-month program is designed to give you a good, strong foundation in the Word of God... CHBTC will help you obtain a solid, biblical foundation to grow and mature as a believer."
SPOING!

3,000-year-old butter found in Kildare bog

W**k tells F**king to get a grip - "Fed-up residents of the Austrian town of F**king are being offered a helping hand by their German neighbours in a town named W**k... Local tourism chiefs say they realised that although the name meant nothing in German, it was a goldmine when it came to attracting English-speaking visitors. A W**k tourism spokesman said: 'There are W**k postcards on sale although many people prefer to take their own W**k holiday snaps standing beside Welcome to W**k signs.' F**king recenty announced plans to install CCTV to deter tourists from lewd behaviour beside their roadsigns. The mayor of F***ing, Franz Meindl, previously complained: 'We don't find it funny. We just want to be left alone. We don't harm anyone and just want to live in peace.'"

Make Cake in a Mug

Economist.com: On torture, hate radio, Arabic, free trade, education, the rich, Britain's monarchy, toilets - "Your briefing about the debate on torture perpetuated an unfortunate myth: that Barack Obama has dramatically altered the detention policies of his predecessor. The regrettable fact is that the policies implemented by Mr Obama are materially indistinguishable from those of George Bush at the end of his second term... In the life of a nation, symbolic change is not meaningless. In fact, in the modern political climate, it may be all one can reasonably expect. But it should never be confused with genuine reform... [In the US,] For decades teachers have been “facilitating” rather than teaching. Children are encouraged to “explore”, rather than to learn; it is no longer compulsory to memorise multiplication tables, for example. Future generations will have to either clean up this mess or resign themselves to living in a country with a skill set restricted to serving up hamburgers."

A good nap beats great sex, say travellers - "More than half of the Asian respondents (52 per cent) felt that a great night's sleep trumped great sex... 53 per cent saying they'd rather have a sleeping pill on their hotel pillow than the ubiquitous chocolate, while 56 per cent took a relaxant, sleep or stress medication when travelling overnight... Most people surveyed said they had got into fights with their boss or co-workers because of a bad night's sleep (30 per cent), more than one in four screwed up a presentation (26 per cent), while 22 per cent argued with their spouse or partner or forgot important events."

Caught in Costume - "Spencer Taylor of Three Rivers, Michigan, was arrested on July 27th, 2008 for trying to steal Batman paraphernalia from the lobby of a cinema. Taylor, dressed as Batman's nemesis the Joker in a purple cape and fearsome face paint, was restrained by theater employees until police arrived."

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