HIV virus may aid in heart transplants. Kinda interesting how it works too. "The virus, which causes Aids, is dangerous precisely because it has the great ability to integrate its own genetic material into that of ordinary non-dividing cells." People were always saying that it was a manufactured virus, I wonder if thats possible?
Who owns what? Like I've said before, there are only a few companies out there that own all the others, look at Time Warner for example. Hell, Kellogs owns Pillsbury. Pillsbury owns Haagen-Daz Ice Cream, El Paso Tacos, Guinness, Burger King and obviously more. Pepsi owns/is "partnered" with Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, KFC, and I assume Long John Silvers and A&W Rootbeer due to their couplings at restaurants. Cadbury, whom appears to be owned by Hershey, who may soon be owned by Nestle, owns Shweppes Ginger Ale, Dr. Pepper, and 7-Up. This is ridiculous. I don't even want to get into how Microsoft wants to buy Rare, a videogame company. Disney owns ESPN?? WTF??
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/12/2002 10:55:00 PM
14,878 people won the New York Lottery pick 3 last night. The numbers? 9-1-1. I think this goes towards my theory that if enough people want something or are thinking something, they can influence it to happen. Think about the shear amount of people thinking about that number yesterday and it doesn't seem that farfetched to manipulate 3 small ping pong balls just by thought alone. Don't believe me? View the video of the drawing:)
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/12/2002 10:01:00 PM
"In covering the first anniversary of September 11, network and cable news organizations are preparing a hybrid of P. T. Barnum and Oprah. This is the "quantity equals quality" approach, enormous spectacle performed under the premise that emotional healing is best done at excruciating length while observed by tens of millions. Fox News has planned a two-hour special, 9-11: The Day America Changed. NBC is expanding The Today Show to six hours of Katie and Matt looking concerned. The Discovery Channel has already begun airing a 14-hour series, Faces of 9/11. CNN is gearing up for 15 uninterrupted hours of coverage, utilizing 25 correspondents around the globe -- this on top of the two-part documentary, America Remembers, which aired in August. Even The Food Network and Home and Garden Television--cable channels that have absolutely no news programming whatsoever--plan to run memorial specials, as yet unspecified (something tasteful, no doubt, like Emeril Live from Ground Zero)."
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/11/2002 02:22:00 PM
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/11/2002 01:22:00 PM
Man wants to travel through the earth from arctic to antartic. "Thompson still needs another $15 grand to pay for the "hole" experience, which he says will include a side trip to a "crystal city" under the Earth and encounters with real-life dinosaurs."
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/10/2002 10:53:00 PM
Man has seizure. Woman sues man because of the look on his face while he has seizure. Woman wins lawsuit. America climbs up one more rung on the ladder of stupidity.
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/10/2002 10:38:00 PM
Wow, a mirror of Google, literally. Its called Elgoog and it lets you bypass Bess, or any other proxy/firewall that doesn't allow you to search for certain things. It has the words all backwards, you can read it with a mirror. You even type in the search backwards:)
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/08/2002 11:51:00 PM
This moron decided to put Armour-All all over his tires, including on the threads. He then got into an accident with a tree . He is asking if the Armour-All might of had a contribution to the crash. "Dude man, my car looks hella cool with those jet black tires and that tree as a hood ornament!"
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/08/2002 05:38:00 PM