German restorers find hidden Munch work. Almost makes up for "The Scream" being stolen and burnt.
Beth, can we have one of these as a pet? I want to train it to greet visitors and I swear the thing is just like the tanooki from Super Mario 3, minus the statue transforming ability. Ignore the fact that it's probably endangered and expensive and impossible to care for...
Posted by Robert Stern on 6/03/2005 01:30:00 AM
Brain Scans Of Those In Love Nearly Identical To Those With Mental Illness. "New research with brain scans finds that new love lights up the part of the brain that is also lit up by thirst, hunger and a craving for drugs." That explains quite a bit, although I won't point out any specific examples in fear of my life (and I'm sure I'd be being hypocritical as well).
Posted by Robert Stern on 6/03/2005 01:23:00 AM
Fark's had some awesome headlines up lately, how about this one: "Finally, we can answer that old story problem: "If an eight-year-old leaves home at midnight, and drives 20 miles on a Go-Kart down busy highways, what time will police call his parents to say they've picked him up?""
Posted by Robert Stern on 6/03/2005 01:19:00 AM
I can't word this any better than Fark, so here it is: "If you are born today, live well and eat your vegetables, your life expectancy is 80 years. Life expectancy to be enforced by Comet Catalina, which is due to arrive Monday, June 11, 2085."
Posted by Robert Stern on 6/02/2005 12:05:00 AM
In my search for the nutritional facts of peanut butter (which took way too long for something so simple), I discovered the dumbest thing involving a peanut I've ever seen. Yes, that diagram helps me greatly in understanding the nutritional value of a peanut.
Posted by Robert Stern on 6/01/2005 11:50:00 PM
Posted by Robert Stern on 6/01/2005 12:34:00 AM
Man killed accidentally by sledgehammer wielded against bat. Reminds me of that crazy guy who was 'field-dressing a turtle' and somehow ended up getting arrested.
Posted by Robert Stern on 5/29/2005 12:51:00 AM