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BEST HALLOWEEN LIGHTS OF 2011????? I vote yes

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Dust Devil hits a Bounce House

Wind sweeps away a bounce house during an Arizona school's fifth-grade graduation party. At least no one was in it, and people only received minor injuries.
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Wow! I want one--day old polar bear cub

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Living in 90 Square feet - it's doable if you're organized.

Someone sent me this video to check out and it haunted me. I thought about "being organized" and "doing with less", but this is taking it too far to the extreme. At least she seems really happy.
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Colors to her vs Colors for him

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Twin Baby Boys Have a Conversation

They bring up some really interesting points.... I have to agree with two-socked one though. There was no arguing when he said, "DaDaDADADADA!"
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Castle Brought to Life with 3D Projection

This would be incredible to see in-person! The Gorey Castle in the Bailiwick of Jersey played background to an incredibly cool 3D projection show.
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Love notes cleared from Juliet's Walls

The house of Shakespeare's most famous muse is being cleaned of love sticky notes.
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This looks real - Novak Djokovic Plays Tennis on the Wings of a Plane?

Now that he’s overtaken Roger Federer as #2 tennis player in the world and is unbeaten this year, has Novak Djokovic lost his mind? One can deduce such a thing after watching this latest stunt promoting Head tennis racquets that features the Serb (or a stunt double) playing a quick back-and-forth on the wings of an airplane.
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A skiing nightmare that turns out ok!

I first saw this and only saw the part where his skis flew off, I thought he was seriously hurt or worse, then I searched and found the after landing scene and couldn't believe he was not hurt. Amazing!
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Father's Day is Right Around the Corner!

THE REMOTE CONTROLLED BEER COOLER Father's Day is still more than two months away but maybe, just maybe, you can convince your wife or kids to give you an ADVANCE on your gift and get your hands on a remote controlled beer cooler. Hammacher Schlemmer is selling a remote-controlled, rolling beer cooler for just $69.95. It's got wheels. It's got a lining to keep your drinks cold. It can go on a porch. It can go in a living room. You can drive your beer to yourself and to your buddies. And, considering we've still got March Madness to enjoy until the championship game on April 4th, now is the PERFECT time to have this toy.
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The Perfect Chair for Love

From Gizmodo

You know those cool guys who have their girlfriend sit on their lap? They are in pain unless they have this concept Hug Chair, a chair that lets your sweetie look and feel like someone is sitting on your lap but is actually buffered away on another part of the chair (on top, but not on top). And hey, if you don't have someone who wants to sit on your lap, it makes for a good laptop stand too
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Davis Cup Tennis Coming to Austin!

USta selects AUSTIN, TEXAS AS SITE OF DAVIS CUP BY BNP PARIBAS QUARTERFINAL BETWEEN THE U.S. AND SPAIN     Matches to be played at Frank Erwin Center at the University of Texas, July 8-10 in the Hometown of Longtime U.S. Davis Cup Team Member Andy Roddick   Jim Courier to lead U.S. Davis Cup Team for the first time in the U.S.   World No. 1 Rafael Nadal Expected to Lead Spanish Team   Austin, Texas – The USTA and U.S. Davis Cup Captain Jim Courier announced today that Austin, Texas has been selected as the site for the 2011 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas quarterfinal tie between the United States and Spain, July 8-10.  The matches will be played at the Frank Erwin Center on The University of Texas at Austin campus. Austin is the hometown of U.S. Davis Cup stalwart Andy Roddick, who is second all-time in U.S. Davis Cup singles victories with 33. Tickets go on sale the week of April 4.
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BEST IN FILM: Gone With the Wind Tops Poll

On the other night's ABC Best in Film special, more than a half a million online votes determined... * The favorite films of all-time are Gone With the Wind, The Wizard of Oz, The Godfather, Casablanca and E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial. * Suspense -- Silence of the Lambs, Jaws, Psycho, The Shining and Pulp Fiction. * Action -- Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Dark Knight, The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King, Die Hard and Gladiator. * Sci-fi -- Star Wars, E.T, Avatar, The Matrix and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. * Musical -- The Sound of Music, Grease, The Wizard of Oz, Singin' in the Rain and West Side Story. * Comedy -- Airplane!, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Some Like It Hot, Young Frankenstein and Tootsie. * Horror -- The Exorcist, Halloween, Poltergeist, Carrie and A Nightmare on Elm Street. * Animated -- The Lion King, Toy Story, Beauty and the Beast, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Fantasia. * Characters -- Forrest Gump, James Bond, Scarlett O'Hara, Hannibal Lecter and Indiana Jones. * Kiss -- Gone With the Wind, From Here to Eternity, Lady and the Tramp, An Officer and a Gentleman and Casablanca. * Best lines -- Gone With the Wind's, "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn," Dirty Harry's, "Make my day," The Godfather's, "Offer he can't refuse," When Harry Met Sally's, "I'll have what she's having," and Casablanca's, "Here's lookin' at you, kid."
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Tom Hanks and Dan Aykroyd Singing and Dancing - Funny Stuff!

Music video from the 1987 movie Dragnet, with Dan Aykroyd & Tom Hanks.
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Post no bills

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The ‘Supermoon’ rises

The supermoon phenomenon was awaited with bated breath by avid moon watchers, astronomy enthusiasts and astrologers who had prophesied calamities on the occasion. The NASA had reassured people that the event, which is a coincidence of a full moon on lunar perigee, will not cause any catastrophes. The celestial event has passed without causing anything untoward, but left in its trail spectacular visuals of the 'largest' moon in almost 20 years.
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Rise of the 'Supermoon': Biggest Full Moon in 18 Years Occurs Saturday

From Thanks to a fluke of orbital mechanics that brings the moon closer to Earth than that it has been in more than 18 years, the biggest full moon of 2011 will occur on Saturday, leading some observers to dub it a "supermoon." On Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, the moon will arrive at its closest point to the Earth in 2011:  a distance of 221,565 miles (356,575 kilometers) away. And only 50 minutes earlier, the moon will officially be full. [Photos: Our Changing Moon] At its peak, the supermoon of March may appear 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than lesser full moons (when the moon is at its farthest from Earth), weather permitting. Yet to the casual observer, it may be hard to tell the difference. The supermoon will not cause natural disasters, such as the Japan earthquake, a NASA scientist has stressed. Spotting the supermoon The moon has not been in a position to appear this large since March 1993. In December 2008, there was a near-supermoon when the moon turned full four hours away from its perigee – the point in its orbit that is closest to Earth. But this month, the full moon and perigee are just under one hour apart, promising spectacular views, depending on local conditions. [Infographic: 'Supermoon' Full Moons Explained] Although a full moon theoretically lasts just a moment, that moment is imperceptible to ordinary observation. During the day or so before and after, most will speak of seeing the nearly full moon as "full," with the actual shaded area of the lunar surface being so narrow – and changing in apparent width so slowly – that it is hard for the naked eye to tell whether it's present, or which side it is.  Supermoon making waves In addition, the near coincidence of Saturday’s full moon with perigee will result in a dramatically large range of high and low ocean tides.  The highest tides will not, however, coincide with the perigee moon but will actually lag by up to a few days depending on the specific coastal location. For example, in Wilmington, N.C., the highest tide (5.3 feet) will be attained at 11:21 p.m. EDT on March 20.
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In honor of St. Patrick's Day, it's time to salute some of Ireland's finest imports: the hot Irishmen. These guys bring new meaning to the phrase "Kiss me, I'm Irish." Here is a list by called Colin Farrell and 10 Sexy Irish Stars. The obvious, Colin Farrell, made the title of the list but was apparently too hot to actually be on it ... (I somehow missed the list again this year?) 10. Liam Neeson 9. Jonathan Rhys Meyers 8. Pierce Brosnan 7. Patrick Dempsey 6. Tom Brady 5. Cillian Murphy (Inception, The Dark Knight) 4. Tim McGraw 3. Chris Cornell 2. Damien Duff (Soccer Player) 1. George Clooney
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Colin Firth - An Ordinary Man? Look at the Pics and Decide

My wife, after seeing the King's Speech,  has been talking about Colin Firth this Colin Firth that . . . and I know he's one of Terri's favorites.  So when I ran accross some pictures of him and after talking about the "Fictional Men We Wish Were Real" and he was at the top of the list, decided to post these. Enjoy!
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