There’s much less to the UK’s recent terror trials than the prosecution cares to admit. From the fictitious “red mercury” to the non-existent ricin behind the “ricin plot” of a couple of years ago, it seems that anti-terror busts in the UK are just as, well, “substantial” as the ones held in the US.
Disused stations of the London Underground. Which, as we all know from “A fish called Wanda”, is not a terrorist organization.
The Conservative Party of Canada is under fire for its (non-) position on the war in Lebanon, so what’s a party to do? Ask their contributors to send in more money, of course!
Congo politicians denies charges of cannibalism. He also promises to
devour defeat political opponents at the polls.
The US Naval Safety Center’s safety photo collection. You have got to check these out… and wonder how some of the dumbasses in these pictures actually survived, perhaps to breed incredible stupidity into a whole new generation of humans.
Here’s a graphical representation of the body count for the current conflict in the Lebanon. Hopefully this will stop before they run out of people to kill.
A Russian spammer gets his due. Maybe I should send a link to this story to people who send me spam.
Legendary blues-man Robert Johnson’s guitar is up for sale. The only catch is the price — a cool $6 million US.
MacKay: Canada has not abandoned its traditional role as a mediator and neutral voice in foreign affairs. He also stated that PM Harper has taken “a very independent sovereign decision” to completely agree with whatever George Bush said.
Air Torture. No fares, no paperwork, no one’s any the wiser.