This guy has character, something, “it”
I strongly recommend listening to this with headphones if you can, it’s the “little things” that make it, things that I did not notice on first listen on my notebook. Very unusual voice once he gets going. It works.
Archive for August, 2006
Hot and bothered by rising pump prices? Australian brothels are offering clients discounts based on their fuel bills.
Brothel owners claim the system works much the same way as supermarkets which offer shoppers discounted petrol prices by presenting their grocery bills when they fill up their tanks.
“If you come in and spend time with one of our lovely ladies, we’ll give you a discount of 20 cents a liter,” Kerry, manager of Sydney brothel The Site, told Reuters Wednesday.
While this belt won’t make it past airport security, it very well might make you feel like Batman the next time someone asks for a light. The Belt Lighter (US$26) features a buckle that holds a removable lighter, letting you keep some fire with you at all times.
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“I got a lamp in my hotel room that has one of those 3-way lightbulbs in it. If you don’t know a lightbulb is a 3-way lightbulb, it messes with your head, because you go to turn it off and it just gets brighter. Like “Damn it, lightbulb, that’s the exact opposite of what I wanted you to do.” And then you turn it again and it gets brighter once more. “I will break you.”
Chinese state media says a Chinese woman’s attempt to teach her dog how to drive proved a costly error, as her car crashed into an oncoming vehicle.
Xinhua news agency reports no one – including the dog – was injured, but both vehicles were slightly damaged.
Xinhua says the accident happened recently in the city of Hohhot, capital of north China’s Inner Mongolia region.
The woman, surnamed Li, had noticed how fond the dog was of crouching on the wheel, and thought it should have a go at steering the car.
She herself operated the accelerator and the brake.
Oh, ok then, why didn’t you just say that in the first place.
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If I worked at Apple, I would be suggesting putting Apple stores into major international airports.
High disposable incomes, captive market. etc etc.
That’s what I would do.
I’m just sayin…
We like to be as eco-friendly as possible here at Joshinthecity, and this table fits right into that. The Slant Table by Rhubarb Decor (US$950) is made of bamboo ply, which is great for the environment. Beyond that, the table has an excellent, clean design that offers space for books and other media on the slanted shelves below the tables surface. A clean, functional, and eco-friendly design — what more could you ask for?
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