Misc. Friday Ramblings...

  • It's Photoshop Phriday.
    Magazines O' Mayhem!

  • Apple releases Leopard OS today.
    No word when the urban cougar version will be released.

  • The Dodge Avenger Stormtrooper.
    A completely safe car, because it can't hit the broadside of a barn from 10 feet away.

  • Galactica could move to NBC due to writer's strike.
    Of course, the dark side to this news is that should the writers strike happen, it will cause delays in the production of the fourth season of “Battlestar Galactica” and lead to the inevitable wait until 2009 or even as late as 2010 for the final ten episodes.

    Frak! Hopefully there will be enough Katee Sackhoff on Bionic Woman until then.

  • Ultimate SUV for Kids
    If you love your kids, then you give them this electric SUV for Christmas. This ride-on SUV has dual high-performance 24-volt electric motors which allow it to travel on grass, dirt, or hard surfaces up to 7.5mph.

    Sounds like it handles better than a real H3.

  • Woman tricked into phone sex.
    Police said the man called the mother at work on Thursday and said he would molest her daughter if she didn’t have phone sex with him.

    The daughter was safe at school the entire time.

    Which should have been the place she made a phone call to first.

  • Here is a Halo 3 video. It shows off one of the coolest features of this game, the video replay. That is because it isn't just a replay of things you see, but a replay of anything on the map at any time. Check it out.

    Luckiest Halo 3 Kill Of All Time - Watch more free videos

  • Winchester revives classic rifle model
    U.S. Repeating Arms Company announced this week it will revive production of the Winchester Model 70 rifle, the classic bolt-action repeater that has been known as "The Rifleman's Rifle" to three generations of American shooters and hunters.

    The new rifle also will be American-made at a state-of-the-art factory in Columbia, S.C., owned by USRAC-Winchester's parent company Fabrique Nationale (FN).

    The new Model 70s will be available beginning in 2008 in four basic models - the Super Grade, Featherweight, Sporter Deluxe, and Extreme Weather - retail priced from $1,000 to $1,200. The guns will have an upgraded, state-of-the-art trigger system along with the Model 70's time-honored claw-extraction feeding and ejection system and its three-position bolt safety.

    The Model 70, first announced in 1936, was one of the most famous sporting firearms ever made and more than two million had been sold when production ceased last year.

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