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  • ‘You Know My Name’

    Posted May 19 by Jack Yan

    With the tragic suicide of Chris Cornell, here’s ‘You Know My Name’ from Casino Royale. I remember him more for this than Audioslave or Soundgarden.

  • ‘Accroche un ruban au bord de ton balcon’

    Posted May 16 by Jack Yan

    I’ve been a fan of French crooner Sacha Distel for years, and tonight’s earworm was ‘Accroche un ruban’, the French version of ‘Tie a Yellow Ribbon’. In this 1975 YouTube clip, Sacha sings some of the original English lyrics, too. It does seem the time of crooners...

  • What did Donald Trump do this week?

    Posted May 13 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

    When that moron was announced winner of the election, I got to where I could not watch or listen to the news, or even read it, with the exception of people around the world protesting about it. Lately I find myself actually clicking straight to the World news section on the BBC news website. I want...

  • trust, found

    Posted May 10 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

    It was a first He lay next to her And listened to the calm of her heartbeat; And it took almost a year But in the past week, The memory of heartbreak, his terror, The neglect, That no one loved him, It all was gone, fallen from him. And the prescence of her next to him bade him to finally, ...

  • Who knew? I didn't!

    Posted May 9 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

    The wife of the new French PM is 64, and he is 39. They met when she was his teacher, and he was 15. And that is when their love relationship began. Only in France!!! And yes, she has had some work done. Not tons, though. Just the nose and teeth from what I can see. There might be something going o...

  • fashion victims

    Posted May 8 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

    Just a bit of fun. Most  are celebrities with small brains. And all of it makes the wearers look like ho-bags.       

  • cute critters

    Posted May 8 by Bunny FKA Geology Byotch

      (the two cats are my friend's)  

  • QotD: Life Story

    Posted May 5 by Suni

    QotD: The name of your autobiography is...?  Dangerous Lovely, A story about a girl in first and third person. I wrote in and out of my own body ... you have to read it to see what I mean. Check it out... click the pic  

  • Visualizing UK air traffic

    Posted May 4 by Jack Yan

    My friend Patrick Harris shared this video showing the work of the (UK) National Air Traffic Services. Fascinating to see the 6,000 flights they have to deal with daily visualized like this.

  • Wrong car

    Posted May 4 by Jack Yan

    Funny car-related humour (via Brady Dyer on Facebook). I remember something similar happen when BMW launched the 3-series Touring here. One of our colleagues took off when we swapped test cars … except he left the keys of the one he was driving in his pocket. We were stranded. He had to drive...

  • Glossary

    Posted May 4 by Jack Yan

    A friend of mine says he and his family are going to visit the US. I told him to brush up on the language, and gave him the below examples.trash can: rubbish binmath: mathsyield: give waysemi: articulated truckfall: autumnfanny: arseass: arseheiny: arsegas: petrolgas: gasjelly: jamshag: danceRandy: ...

  • Online Things

    Posted May 4 by Liv

           

  • How to Participate in Internet Discussions

    Posted April 26 by TreeSweater

    I admit it; I am a comment-oholic. I can’t read a post or an article and NOT look at the comment section. I can’t do it. I get flaming angry every time, but like the proverbial dog with its own vomit, I can't stay away. (And most comment sections aren’t much better than dog vomit a...