- It's Photoshop Phriday!
More mixed up comics.
- Battlestar Galactsimpsons.
- Man with no arms charged with dangerous driving.
Talk about starting out the day on the wrong foot.
- E3: Sony misses the mark.
"I think that (Microsoft) have their heads on straight....They've made a much truer gaming system than Sony has. They're not trying to define the next generation of media content. That's Sony's aim -- again," said Jerry Holkins of the gaming website Penny Arcade. "I think it's a very different person who is going to spend five or six hundred dollars on a console right now.Agreed completely. I'm not spending $600 for a gaming console. I'd rather spend that on a TV upgrade first.
- More PS3 pricing and freeze-up.
Ooops. I guess that $600 didn't include fans.
- The Nintendo Wii.
A new console at an old console price? Inventive controller? If the game titles hold up, it just may be worth a purchase.
- Christians Sue for Right Not to Tolerate Policies
You are free to worship as you wish, just don't dare put those beliefs into active practice. It could hurt someone's feelings.
- Guy loses 100 pounds walking the country.
Wanted for questioning.
"WOAH! Man, you just ran through a big pile of dog shit!"
- 200000 AK-47s are missing.
SOME 200,000 guns the US sent to Iraqi security forces may have been smuggled to terrorists, it was feared yesterday.Some times if you want something done right, you have to do it yourself. Allowing private arms dealers to transport this, while logistically feasible, puts too much temptation on the shipper to do something seedy. Go figure.
The 99-tonne cache of AK47s was to have been secretly flown out from a US base in Bosnia. But the four planeloads of arms have vanished.
Orders for the deal to go ahead were given by the US Department of Defense. But the work was contracted out via a complex web of private arms traders.
But air traffic controllers in Baghdad have no record of the flights, which supposedly took off between July 2004 and July 2005. A coalition forces spokesman confirmed they had not received "any weapons from Bosnia" and added they were "not aware of any purchases for Iraq from Bosnia". Nato and US officials have already voiced fears that Bosnian arms - sold by US, British and Swiss firms - are being passed to insurgents. A Nato spokesman said: "There's no tracking mechanism to ensure they don't fall into the wrong hands. There are concerns that some may have been siphoned off." This year a newspaper claimed two UK firms were involved in a deal in which thousands of guns for Iraqi forces were re-routed to al-Qaeda.
- Never come between a mother and her cub.
If you have to fight ...Fight like a cornered cat.A great site with information for shooters and non-shooters alike, from a female perspective.
- Ballistic gelatin test results for various ammo.