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Brazilian priest takes to the air attached to helium party balloon, disappears

Brazilian priest Rev. Adelir Antonio de Carli embarked Sunday on a 465 mile journey across Brazil using thousands of helium party balloons to lift and transport him. Unfortunately, he was blown off course and his ground crew has lost track of him, not knowing whether he has landed safely somewhere or unsafely or if […]

April 22nd, 2008

Nintendo DS Paper

Nintendo thought people liked Mario Paper so much, they decided to integrate that technology into the new DS model.


April 22nd, 2008

Classic Viral Video: Fish Tank Accident

An aspiring weightlifter pumps his iron right next to the fish tank. You can probably guess what happens next.

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April 22nd, 2008

Blogging Business Exposed!

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In response to a recent story about the deaths of two bloggers, Barely Political did an undercover expose of the seamy underworld of the blogging business. Bloggers are subjected to horrific conditions and inhuman treatment, which must be immediately remedied. -via Bits and Pieces

April 22nd, 2008

Shoes are Ruining Our Feet

Researchers at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa compared the feet of people from different cultures plus 2,000 year old skeletons. The skeletons had the healthiest feet (at least when they were alive), followed by the modern population that normally goes barefoot.
“Natural gait is biomechanically impossible for any shoe-wearing person,” wrote […]

April 22nd, 2008

Cog Factory

Cog Factory is a logic game that seems simple, but it’s NOT easy! You must sort the different colored cogs into receptacles, keeping the same colors together. Get three in a row and they disappear. Use the left and right keys to rotate the discharger and the space key to discharge. You can tell from […]

April 22nd, 2008

Japanese festival features fat phalluses for fertility, fortune and fun!

The Kanamara Matsuri (aka “Festival of the Steel Phallus”) is a Japanese health and fertility rite dating back as far as 300 years. During the festival, well-wishers literally worship massive, portable representations of the engorged male member. Fun for the whole family! Reuters has video of this year’s event.

April 22nd, 2008

$80 Billion Dam for the Congo

A proposed hydroelectric dam on the Congo River in the Democratic Republic of Congo could double the electricity available in all of Africa and bring power to hundreds of millions of people. Representatives from seven African countries are meeting with construction firms and bankers to plan construction on Grand Inga, as the dam is named.
Grand […]

April 22nd, 2008

Menopauseland Commercial for Estroven

This is a :30 commercial spot for Estroven, an over-the-counter menopausal supplement. The campaign is based around a destination called, “Menopauseland.” It’s a metaphorical place where women are free to explore, indulge themselves and live life to its fullest, without being impeded by the effects and symptoms of menopause. The only way to get to Menopauseland is with Estroven, the natural place to start for menopause relief.

The “Menopauseland” campaign is also integrated with an interactive website at:

Author: virginia316
Keywords: menopause menopauseland estroven amerifit advertising integrated viral marketing commercials
Added: April 22, 2008

April 22nd, 2008

Redneck Rocket Launcher

How to build a rocket launcher out of a chain link fence. Don't try this at home, kids!

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April 22nd, 2008