I’m by no means a full-blown birther, but I have always felt that there were things to be concerned about. That said, this is an interesting newspaper headline from 2004 for someone to have found. I wish I could remember who to credit for the link I followed to get there.
Ever wonder why spouts drip once you’ve finished pouring? Cyril Duez not only knows, he knows what to do about it.
I think I’ve posted a link to this clock before, but it’s worth another.
When my family moved to Del Rio, Texas in the early 1970s, I used to joke that the thing I liked best about the move was the fact that Del Rio was (at the time) about 150 miles from the nearest McDonald’s. That’s no longer the case, but Reykjavik now has similar appeal, albeit for regrettable reasons.
I have a set of Lionel trains in the garage – my mother told me that my father bought them as a present for my first Christmas, although it was years before I actually got to play with them. I’m glad this train setup wasn’t available then; I doubt I could keep from losing it even now.
Advice from Dear Abby’s predecessors.
Breaking news: Whiskey found in Antarctica.
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This appears to be an interesting site.