The Daily Mail reports on a new video game that one (at least male ones) can play at the urinal.
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Sporting baggy soldiers’ camouflage pants, high-top sneakers and a back-turned “N.Y.” baseball cap, the chubby 22-year-old was showing off his breakdancing moves on a sunny afternoon in a Baghdad park.
A $ sign was shaved into his closely cropped hair.
“While others might stop being rappers after the Americans leave, I will go on (rapping) till I reach N.Y.,” said Mohammed, who teaches at a primary school.
His forearm bore a tattoo of dice above the words “gang star.” That was the tattooist’s mistake, he said; it was supposed to say “gangsta.”I am really glad the Iraqis kicked us out. It will save us money and it is time for them to run their own affairs, for good or ill.
My advice to young people would be to watch out for nightclubs because the path is always the same: alcohol, sex, drugs and Satanic sects.And who knew that there is an International Association of Exorcists? What do they do at their conventions? Where do they hold them? Is there a room of vendors selling books and training videos?
Instead, Mr. Eastwood explores the inner life of a lonely man whose fortress was also his stage. From there, surrounded by a few trusted souls, he played out a fiction in which he was as heroic as a James Cagney G-man (despite a life with a mother Norman Bates would recognize), but finally as weak, compromised and human as those whose lives he helped crush.Recommended.
Please trash the earlier e-mail sent to you re letter of recommendation. It was an e-mail glitch. Thanks.I like it when things work out correctly.
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[Murphy] is a professor of economics at the University of Chicago, he's been commuting to the labor talks in New York and, with all due respect to NBA commissioner David Stern, union director Billy Hunter and the others hashing out the league's finances and future, he truly might be the smartest guy in the room.Might be? Might be? Think again, nba.com interviewer. That should just be "is".
A small group of Harvard students and employees staged an “Occupy Speakout” at noon on Tuesday to express their solidarity with the “National Day of Action.” ...
“Mic Check! We are the 99 percent across the country!” the group chanted.Can there really be students at Harvard so clueless as to not realize that they practically define the "one percent"?