Feb 29th, 2008
Judge creates own Da Vinci code
Judge creates own Da Vinci code The judge who presided over the failed Da Vinci Code plagiarism case at London's High Court hid his own secret code in his written judgement. Seemingly random italicised letters were included in the 71-page...
Apr 28th, 2006 by Jay
Kids are so innocent
Kids are so innocent. I had the cutest conversation with my daughter tonight during her bedtime story. We were reading her dinosaur book. She's fascinated by them, as most kids are. She wants to understand them all so badly, yet her innocence is something...
I say, all these things look jolly familiar. . .
The Times April 28, 2006 I say, all these things look jolly familiar. . . By Alan Hamilton Another 21 icons of England have been added to the list YOU ARE in a pub in Brick Lane, reading Pride and Prejudice, when in comes a mini-skirted...
Sassy's dirty little secret?
Okay in a public forum I will admit to a dirty little secret, are you ready? Okay here it is: I keep a memory book and when I see a verse, poem, recipe-never tried any by the way-or a line in a book or a home DYI tip and I write it down in my memory...
Apr 27th, 2006 by Jersay
Cousin a Journalist
So my cousin from Quebec has just completed or is in the state of completing his journalist school and from what I am told he wants to be one of the journalists that cover wars and such. So because we are buddies, even though I haven't seen him in 10...
Well... its really cool!
Heh.. Where is here some web gallery about site creators? I'm need it. For example, as here - Google, I'm really have seen it here. Good luck!
Police called to pub ghost with half a face.
Pub landlord's unwelcome spirits 26th April 2006 Police were called to a pub toilet when a shocked licensee was left shaking by an encounter with a ghost with half a face. Landlord Roger...
No discussion of X
People discuss marijuana use, and talk about sex, and gay people have parades and natives show their pride and nothing is wrong with any of it. Its all Good. But I get a prescription from my doctor, and there is nowhere to discuss it. Its all legal,...
Bush delights dinner guests
President Bush delighted an intimate gathering of White House dinner guests Monday, regaling the coterie of dignitaries, artists, and friends with a spirited, off-the-cuff discussion of the Roman poet Virgil's lesser-known works. ...
Apr 25th, 2006 by Jay
What's your favorite pizza?
I had this really good pizza at Panago yesterday. It was the philly steak pizza with the thin crust, white jalapeno sauce, and red peppers, and we dropped the mushrooms. That was a good pizza. What's your favorite pizza?
Apr 25th, 2006 by Nuggler
The down side of the bell curve
8O Yep, that's where we are going. According to some experts, that's where we are right now. I'm talking oil production, oil exploration, natural gas, fossil fuels. Saw a program on TV last night which said, amongst other things, that those who...
Apr 25th, 2006 by Cosmo
Now, I am just too buzy to get involved with this forum anymore. It has been fun and I have met alot of people who are of different stripes, from many different nations which is really cool, but trying to juggle everything I have to say that I am leaving...
Okay this could be offensive to some.
Heres my problem, white bread verses whole wheat bread/multi-grained breads. I love white bread but it is nutritionaly void, it has no positive qualities. Whole Wheat bread is good for you but taste awful, and that god awful stuff called multi-grain now...
Has he solved the great tensquare teaser?
Has he solved the great tensquare teaser? By JAMES MILLS, Daily Mail 1st December 2005 It is more fiendish than any Countdown conundrum, more mind-bogglingly frustrating...
Anyone here an Iron Chef fan?
Ok..i am a huge fan of the Iron Chef. While the American one is fine, it does not hold a candle to the original cheeze bucket Japaneese version. With the giggling japanese girl and the excitable guy who interjects with "haki-son"....whats not to like?
Apr 23rd, 2006 by Jersay
Got 3,000. Alright. 8) And with you guys as an addition, I don't think I am going to stop too soon.
The English are "obsessed with alcopops and TV".
England is a nation of "overweight, alcopop-swilling, sex-and-celebrity obsessed television addicts", according to a travel guide The latest edition of the Rough Guide to England also warns potential visitors that the hearts of many towns "consist of...
a world-wide survey was conducted by the UN
Last month, a world-wide survey was conducted by the UN. The only question asked was: "Would you please give your honest opinion about solutions to the food shortage in the rest of the world?" The survey was a huge failure because...: In Africa...
Frenchman: Comet will hit Earth (and it's America's fault)
Frenchman: Comet will hit Earth (and it's America's fault) The French love to blame everything on America. According to a Frenchman, a comet will hit Earth on 25th May - and it'll be America's fault. Last year, the French Government also...
I want to apologize.
I want to apologize to everyone here on Canadian Content. In the past month I've been here, I've been a jerk. I have insulted many of you and have been extremely rude. I have also been extremely ignorant in my posts and I have not been getting the facts...
Apr 21st, 2006 by manda
:D Canine Trouble on the Way!
Today I bought Moche an "Outward Hound Sling-Go" carrier: In red, of course ... all her accessories are red. :) I plan to take the little terror with me where ever I go now. I get so tired of...
Hanna Semenenko, 78 Resident of Chernobyl zone village, Ilyintsk Evacuated to Yahotin, 160km away, but went back Oh God, how they tricked us! They said they were taking us away for three days and they took us to the end of the earth. We handed over...
(by I think not)
Apr 20th, 2006 by tracy
Report: Americans fleeing nation's big cities People moving further from metropolitan areas in search of cheaper homes WASHINGTON - Americans are...
(by I think not)
After 5000 posts I'm still here! Woohoo! So what do I get? :D
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Apr 20th, 2006 by zoofer
Man dies in freak badger accident.
Man dies after freak accident Apr 19 2006 A FREAK accident at Hartfield, near Forest Row, has cost the life of a businessman who hit a badger while riding his motorbike...
The Fen Tiger: fact, fiction or a hoax?
Fact, fiction or a hoax? The Fens is a mostly empty area of Eastern England and has many windmills. As a spooky place to be during the night, there are many...
How clever cyclist can get round train ban.
How a clever cyclist managed to get his bicycle through a railway station's ticket barriers.... The Times April 20, 2006 It's a wrap: how the clever cyclist can get round train ban By Ben Webster, Transport Correspondent
Hello Again and glad to back on board. On a lighter note from my previous tirades, I was wondering if any one here has been to Costa Rica. We have flight reservations for next month and plan to look around for a few weeks. If you have been there,...
Olny srmat poelpe can
Olny srmat poelpe can. cdnuolt blveiee taht I cluod aulaclty uesdnatnrd waht I was radeing. The phaonmneal pweor of the hmuan mnid, aoccdrnig to a rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the...
head hurtin' quotes
"Whenever I watch TV and see those poor starving kids all over the world, I can't help but cry. I mean I'd love to be skinny like that but not with all those flies and death and stuff." -- Mariah Carey Question: "If you could live forever, would you...
Any garden experts around?
I was to dig out some grass on my front yard and plant shrubs trees etc. I would need about 3 or 4 yards of soil trucked in. Across the street from me they have just excavated to build a new house. There is a huge heap of dirt. Hardpan dug up that I'm...
Apr 17th, 2006 by Zan
and in other news today.....
English is a marvelously flexible language, much to the chagrin of headline writers everywhere. If any of these headlines seem reasonable, try reading them again... Something Went Wrong in Jet Crash, Expert Says Police Begin Campaign to Run Down...
Apr 17th, 2006 by gd
Fuel and the like
Well my sister went to iceland a while a go, and found out everything thing needs to be imported how does power, fuel etc get around in canada? I suppose I just want at laugh, if anything happens in britian the weather gets blamed and everything...
Apr 17th, 2006 by Jersay
Thinking of going on Oversea Mission
Now as a soldier in the Canadian military, I can't go on an overseas mission or any contract across Canada I believe until I get training complete done next year. However, by next summer I should have the basic qualifications complete to go overseas on...
Happy Easter Everyone!
Happy Easter all, may your day be filled with love...... ....and chocolate!!!!!
The philosophy exam: urban myth??
Many years ago too numerous to contemplate a friend of mine was a first year student in a Canadian university. As some first year students do, he became quite full of himself, took up smoking a pipe, wearing a knit tie with a work shirt and blue jeans...
How to tell a believer from a non-believer?
I used to profess irreligion, and later professed faith. Yet in reality, it wasn't a big change since it was really nothing more than redefinition. for instance, when I professed not to believe in God, I was effectively saying that I did not believe...
Time for a Laugh
Dave Barry in one of his older columns reprinted today... :P
Apr 15th, 2006 by Zan
are YOU a psycho?
I want to know from you guys, who got this answer right ok? Read this question, come up with an answer, and then scroll down to the bottom for the result. This is not a trick question. It is as it reads. No one I know has got it right...
Apr 14th, 2006 by Jersay
6 years on: U.N Aid Workers Final Words
The UN has released details of a dramatic final email sent by one of its workers in West Timor just hours before he was hacked to death by rampaging pro-Indonesian militiamen. The message, written by American Carlos Caceres, one of three UN staff to be...
A big cat has been spotted in my town.
I live in Bolton, Lancashire, and a big, black cat has been spotted in the town. Obviously, it's been dubbed "The Beast of Bolton." ------------------------------ From today's Bolton Evening News - Have you seen the Beast of Bolton? By Saiqa...
Loopy! The 5ft cycle lane too small to ride in.
Loopy! The 5ft cycle lane too small to ride in 13th April 2006 Uneasy rider: Cyclists try to negotiate the bizarre miniature cycle route in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. The big...