Grifter tricked me with his very gross and disturbing PbNation thread that shows a car collision with a deer. Be warned, it is very gory with blood splattered and body parts all over.
Worth1000's current contest theme is on injecting national pride (symbols/flags) in random objects. There are 101 entries.
Compfused.com has a funny photograph of Japanese showing off their world renowned Air Force.
According to ABC7.com's news article, ABC News learned federal law enforcement officials believe terrorists linked to al-Qaeda may try to use watches to bring down commercial planes. The threat is serious enough that airport screeners nationwide have been alerted. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are warning transportation officials to look for al-Qaeda terrorists wearing two types of digital watches.
TV Cream's Top 100 Toys shows the list of favorite toys based on the Web site readers.
Photograph #1 -- A mosque is seen still standing in this aerial view of the town of Meulaboh in Aceh province, Indonesia, which was flattened by tidal waves.
A happy ending story with a girl saving tourists from her school lesson. A 10-year-old British girl saved 100 other tourists from the Asian tsunami having warned them a giant mass of water was on its way after learning about the phenomenon weeks earlier at school.
Broadband Reports mentions Neowin's sneak peek of Microsoft's upcoming anti-spyware software recently acquired community favorite Giant spyware, and has code-named their re-hashed version of that software "Atlanta". It is currently in an internal beta test. There are screenshots of the application in action.
I found a funny Rage3D forum thread that made me laugh and feel like an old fart. It is related to the technologies we have now. :)
Movie Titles 4 -- Movie titles made real is the current contest theme with doctored images. Basically, take any movie title and turn it into an image that depicts that title.
Broadband Reports has a link to America Online's second annual top-10 spam terms. It lists the subject lines of the most popular junk e-mails intended for its 29 million subscribers. AOL said the number of spams sent to users, including what AOL blocked, was down from 2.4 billion in 2003 to 1.2 billion this year.
This CNN story says Americans are using sick time for many reasons besides a cold whether it's personal errands, catching up on sleep or simply relaxing. More than one-third of U.S. workers who responded say they played hooky from work over the last 12 months in the recent CareerBuilder.com survey "Out of the Office." 35% of those polled admit to calling in sick when they felt well at least once during the last year. One-in-10 said they did so three or more times.