When the beam hits an individual, it penetrates 1/64th of an inch beneath the skin and heats water molecules to 130 degrees in less than a second. It tricks the pain sensors into thinking they’re on fire. link

Iraqis Paying 5 Cents a Gallon for Gas because the U.S. subsidizes $1.50 link

Women of the Israeli Defense Force link

Accept Jesus and get a free cell phone link

Amusing Halloween costume link

What trick will Bush use to win the election link

Ads on Pringles link

A Police blotter with an attitude link

Dogs can understand human language link

Austin postcards link

Breast growth linked to the economy? link

Catholics outsource prayers to India link

Birds use cars at intersections as tools link

Another reason not to buy an extended warranty link

For the past 20 years I have recorded EVERY television commercial on CBS, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. From Sony to Salad Shooter from Pontiac to Prego, I’ve captured them all!
Each day at midnight I let a tape record for 6 hours, insert a new tape for recording, and repeat twice more. After that, on my other VCR’s I edit out all the shows which yields roughly 6 hours and 24 minutes of commercials daily. I now have 46,720 hours of commercials stored on 7,787 VHS tapes.
But I have grown old and weary and would like to leave this legacy of tapes to someone with an equal passion for television commercials who wants to continue the work. Please write to me and let me know why my collection would mean the world to you. Be very specific! The person who shows me the greatest interest will carry on the project.

When the zombies take over, how long till the electricity fails? link

Can You Turn My Dog’s Poop Pink? link

Bikes against Bush link

Weapons that can incapacitate crowds of people by sweeping a lightning-like beam of electricity across them are being readied for sale to military and police forces in the US and Europe link

Wireless surfboard link

Rejecting rejection letters link

The George W Bush Public Domain Audio Archive link