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November 23, 2007
offers a growing variety of bizarrely improbable or impossible "hacks" using household items. How many errors can you spot?
posted by loquacious at 7:19 PM PST - 35 comments
Saved By Jesus!
Incrediable story out of the Arizona desert. I just feel really bad for the kid in all this. And wonder how both sides of the immigration debate will handle this.
posted by ShawnString at 6:56 PM PST - 80 comments
In 1998, he pulled a woman from a burning car. When I first saw him I was going through multiple cycles at a red light in heavy traffic and he
was navigating a push lawnmower with no hands, or arms
. Via con dios Marty
posted by Huplescat at 4:31 PM PST - 12 comments
I pledge to buy handmade this holiday season, and request that others do the same for me. Why?
Better gifting experience, better ethics, better for the environment.
posted by divabat at 3:53 PM PST - 95 comments
Can you say that again? you gurgled it the first time...
...Or it's simply the language of the zombies via
, often full of groans. Since death rattle is a fairly difficult language to understand by word, it is common to understand through body language, and volume.
For example, a loud angry "Rahhr!" will usually mean "I'm going to kill you." A soft "Bhrr." with hands in front will usually mean "Please, don't hurt me, I didn't know she was your girlfriend."
But more commonly, over-used to describe movies or fading trends and Russian Death metal
...Hear the Rattle!
...otherwise possibly boring FPP's on terminology
posted by greenskpr at 10:22 AM PST - 12 comments