2 days ago
1. 52.4 million watch first Obama-McCain debate, 16% decrease from debates of 2004.
2. Creepy omen at the NYSE yesterday.
3. Who doesn't love a good story about some chubby dolphins?
Bruce Elliott decided he needed an addition to his over 200 celebrity portraits, that addition was a nude portrait of Sarah Palin. Interest in his bar has boomed since the story was featured in the Chicago Tribune.
"I've been following her religiously," he said Monday at the bar. "I had never heard of her before, like everyone else. I find her bizarrely fascinating, even though I pretty much despise everything she stands for."
Click here to see the nude portrait and read the original story.
This is an interesting graph (click on it so you can actually see it) showing where Obama is polling compared to 2000 and 2004. I like his chances.
I think one of the coolest new trends is this type of marketing where you use the environment and just sort of sneak your ad in. You don't necessary see the effect right away but when its amazing enough it gets remember because of the links below. enjoy (cause they are awesome).
Click here and here to see some of the best.
(The feeding the homeless one on the first link is a little creepy.)
This is a really good read. Some interesting fun facts about the human body. Examples below but follow the link for 100!
- By the age of 60, most people will have lost about half their taste buds. Perhaps you shouldn’t trust your grandma’s cooking as much as you do. Older individuals tend to lose their ability to taste, and many find that they need much more intense flavoring in order to be able to fully appreciate a dish.
- After eating too much, your hearing is less sharp. If you’re heading to a concert or a musical after a big meal you may be doing yourself a disservice. Try eating a smaller meal if you need to keep your hearing pitch perfect.
- The aorta is nearly the diameter of a garden hose. The average adult heart is about the size of two fists, making the size of the aorta quite impressive. The artery needs to be so large as it is the main supplier of rich, oxygenated blood to the rest of the body.
Swiss scientist built a huge underground lab to house a 17 mile circular tunnel that they will use to smash together energy particles at the speed of light to recreate the "Big Bang Theory".
The craziest part is some people are afraid that in doing this they will create a black hole that will swallow up the Earth. That sounds like a great movie to me. I am taking credit for that idea right now.
By the way it cost $6,000,000,000 and so will my movie.
Click here to read more about it.