HouseChronicle.com's story reveals the voice actor of Bambi. After decades of silence, a tough Marine has come forward with his clean little secret. San Antonio native Donnie Dunagan, now of San Angelo, was 6 when Walt Disney hired him to be the model and voice of the fawn in the 1942 animated classic, which debuted on DVD last week. During his entire military career, Dunagan never confided to colleagues about being in Bambi.
Just to give heads up for you, AQFL reads. Thursday, 3/10/2005, will have lack of posts for most of the day UNLESS Mousey (remove AQFL to e-mail) decides to take the Web site down early.
This BBC News UK story says experts invented a mannequin with a motorised mouth to test the amount of crumbs biscuits produce.
Here is a funny cartoon that KaT (remove AQFL to e-mail) mentioned in IRC:
02:59PM <KaT> unitedmedia.com/wash/pickles/archive/images/pickles...gif 02:59PM <KaT> it can end that fast.
A friend of mine, Arimus (remove AQFL to e-mail) created and released WoW Companion to the public. It is a Java client/server used to centrally store character, item, and other data for World of Warcraft. Data is made available via the web in XML and other formats. Frontends for displaying character profiles also included.
06:28PM <FngSaiYuk> http://www.designx.be/ftp/zever/idool.wmv 06:28PM <FngSaiYuk> british idol audition
The downloadable file is in WMV format and about 2.9 MB.
This Forbe.com story say prennially peeved people build--and obsessively maintain--sites devoted exclusively to complaining about their least favorite corporations.
I came home and saw this away message in Internet Relay Chat (IRC):
7:35PM <KaT> WorkerAnt: here's some tough chicks for you: http://126.96.36.199/~jkahn/temp/fmhping27.jpg
This Wired News article says telecommunication state officials stifle competition to keep prices high.
CNN.com reports that children, who drink more milk, do not necessarily develop healthier bones, researchers said on Monday in a report that stresses exercise and modest consumption of calcium-rich foods such as tofu. The U.S. government has gradually increased recommendations for daily calcium intake, largely from dairy products, to between 800 and 1,300 milligrams to promote healthy bones and prevent osteoporosis. But the report, published in the journal Pediatrics, said said boosting consumption of milk or other dairy products was not necessarily the best way to provide the minimal calcium intake of at least 400 milligrams per day.