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://220.127.116.11/~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.
Come on! That is a banana!
This CNN.com article reports that the Dodge Neon, Ford Focus, and Volkswagen New Beetle are among the small cars that got the lowest safety rating in new side-impact crash tests performed by the insurance industry, according to results released Sunday. Fourteen of the 16 cars tested earned a "poor," the lowest of four ratings, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said...
FYI. AQFL's server will be shutting down and relocating on Sunday, 4/3/2005, according to Mousey (remove AQFL to e-mail). It is unknown how long the server will be offline so there might be no news/updates for a while... :(
Viral Videos posted a bunch of new TV commercials/advertisements/spots today, 3/6/2005. Five of them were funny and good to mention and see:
#1 -- Got Milk's new commercial(?) with strong kids. I love their commercials!
#2 -- Darn cows. Now, I know where my shoes went.
#3 -- Crazy people with their beers.
#4 -- [notes to himself never to ruin a hot/cute woman's clothes when getting laid if that ever happens in his life]
#5 -- Spartacus and a Pepsi soda. "I'm NOT Spartacus!" :P
Catbert and the "point headed" boss show hiring someone slightly worse is a bad idea in this funny Dilbert cartoon.
Oops, I forgot to post this last night (voting just ended about 11 minutes ago). Worth1000's yesterday theme was on recasting movies with different actors and actresses in ludicrous ways, and with humor and good blending.