Anyone remember when little girls used to play things like House and do homework and the like?
Girl 14 Accused Of Supplying Machine Guns
A 14-YEAR-OLD girl from north-west London stands accused of conspiracy to supply a machine gun capable of firing 1,000 rounds a minute.
Hey, I just noticed that AppleGeeks is running on WordPress. 🙂
It’s been discovered that bitacle.org has been stealing the entire content of some blogs, repackaging it, crediting it as their own, relicensing it under Creative Commons and offering it on their own site which is filled with adverts. This is a method of banning these idiots.
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I’m sitting here reading an article about the search for Jimmy Hoffa and for some reason I can picture him sitting somewhere laughing at all of this. 🙂
LONDON (Reuters) – Anti-terrorism detectives escorted a man from a plane after a taxi driver had earlier become suspicious when he started singing along to a track by punk band The Clash, police said on Wednesday.
Detectives halted the London-bound flight at Durham Tees Valley Airport and Harraj Mann, 24, was taken off.
The taxi driver had become worried on the way to the airport because Mann had been singing along to The Clash’s 1979 anthem “London Calling,” which features the lyrics “Now war is declared — and battle come down” while other lines warn of a “meltdown expected”.
Mann told newspapers the taxi had been fitted with a music system which allowed him to plug in his MP3 player and he had been playing The Clash, Procol Harum, Led Zeppelin and the Beatles to the driver.
“He didn’t like Led Zeppelin or The Clash but I don’t think there was any need to tell the police,” Mann told the Daily Mirror.
A Durham police spokeswoman said Mann had been released after questioning — but had missed his flight.
“The report was made with the best of intentions and we wouldn’t want to discourage people from contacting us with genuine concerns,” she said.
Nicked from Dom’s post here over at MegaTokyo.
Read the full story here:
BOYNTON BEACH, Florida (AP) — Alan Shalleck, who collaborated with the co-creator of “Curious George” to bring the mischievous monkey to television and a series of book sequels, was found dead outside his home, and police were treating the death as a possible homicide.
Google Inc. said Thursday it will fight an attempt by the Bush administration to force the company to turn over to the Justice Department information about what its users are searching for on the Internet.
Read the rest of the story here: Google refuses to turn over search data to DOJ
edit: Guess I’m not using Yahoo AOLSearch or MSN anymore.