Sun, 04 Feb 2007 11:48 UTC
Rage Against The Machine have spoken for the first time about their reasons for reuniting for a one-off performance at this years Coachella Festival.
Besides admitting that the festival has been trying to get the band to appear "for as many years as they've had the festival," the group's guitarist, Tom Morello told MTV that the reason they've reformed was "to deliver a knockout blow to the Bush administration."
The computer world was thrilled and amazed this week when Bill Gates finally unveiled the long-awaited 'Cardigan 2007'. It was the Microsoft C.O.O.'s first new knitwear in over eight years and is being heralded as the most advanced cardigan the softwear giant has ever developed.
UNITED KINGDOM. Like many before her, the controversial British nutritionist Gillian McKeith was sceptical about the paranormal - until she experienced it for herself. Now McKeith, whose television series shows her turning overweight people, including celebrities, into thinner, healthier individuals, says she is a firm believer in the afterlife.
Sat, 03 Feb 2007 16:57 UTC
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- It wasn't a real kidnapping and shooting. But police in Scottsdale, Ariz., said what they were doing is a crime.
Three 15-year-old high school students were charged with disorderly conduct in connection with simulating a shooting and a kidnapping. A neighbor saw what was happening and called 911.
It turns out the girls were working on a video project for a criminology class.
In response to my "Sea Serpent Snatching?" blog, cryptozoologist Matt Bille, author of 2006's Shadows of Existence, sent along a comment. He mentioned that there has been only one known case of the possible killing of humans by a Sea Serpent. I asked Matt to expand on this, and submit a guest blog on the account. He agreed and you will find his welcome overview of the incident below.
Recently in response to my blog about the San Francisco Bay Sea Serpent
, one comment maker wrote in to mention this news item:
Oregon's capitol city is home base for a new paranormal research operation, and the group is already conducting investigations of potentially haunted locations in the Salem area.
Chris Califf, President of Salem Paranormal, says their team investigated areas of the Oregon State Fairgrounds on Saturday, January 13th, "SPI toured several of the facilities on the grounds where reports of murders and accidental deaths had occurred." The group was accompanied by State Fair representative Wayne Peterson.
Califf says that during their investigation, SPI was informed of an accidental hanging that occurred in a stall located at the horse barn.
An 80-year-old Chinese man has washed his hair for the first time in 26 years.
Shampoo had little effect on Luo Shiyuan's matted 6ft long hair and 5ft beard so the whole family pitched in with washing powder, reports Chongqing Morning Papers.
Paul Wolfowitz had a "toe"-totally embarrassing moment during his visit to a Mosque.
During an official visit to Turkey, Paul Wolfowitz, who heads the World Bank, revealed two giant holes in his socks on Sunday while on an appearance at an Ottoman-era mosque.
Wolfowitz was obeying local customs when he removed his shoes in the mosque in the city of Edirne in western Turkey.
Tony Blair has announced that the Government reaffirming its commitment to green issues by making the Iraq conflict the first ever 'carbon neutral war'.
British soldiers will be set green targets to ensure that carbon emissions caused by missile attacks are off-set by tree planting and recycling initiatives. Helicopter gunships firing depleted uranium will be 'partly' offset by army laundries using a washing-line instead of the tumble dryer.