Man’s Death a Study in the Bizarre ” … the body of James John Felbaum was found in the bedroom of a filthy mobile home … that he shared with his wife, Tammy Felbaum, a transsexual whose nickname was “Tammy/Tommy” … the doctor discovered that Felbaum’s penis had been crudely mutilated … a humane officer… Read more »
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New Origami Trick: Turn Paper Into a Functional Phone “I recently held a working prototype of the new phone–about the size of a credit card–and listened to the ringing at the other end, marveling at the quality of the audio transmitted through the combination earpiece and microphone. And when my call was done, I unwrapped… Read more »
Indonesia’s Island Fever “The prosperous newcomers tend to think of the Dayaks as stupid and lazy. The powerless Dayaks see the Madurese as greedy and arrogant … “
I’m much more interested in how this particular speech pattern became known as “the female register” than I am in the legal aspects of this discussion. “Once they have been arrested, even the toughest thugs turn to jelly. More precisely, Ainsworth says suspects lapse into a deferential mode called the female register, identified in women’s… Read more »
I was never really nervous about hurricanes when I lived in Florida.
Two good ones stolen from Follow Me Here …: Researchers Show Human Genome Helpless in the Face of Chocolate Men Are Crazy for Women Who Are, Too
“Refusing to slap five? Spilling someone’s drink? Throwing money? Clearly someone had to die. Why is there even a trial?”
“It’s a type of brain dysfunction,” said Toshiyuki Sawaguchi, the university’s professor of neurobiology. “Young people today are becoming stupid.” And … in a completely unrelated story … Doctors amputate first human hand transplant: Hallam said for the first year, the right hand – which had belonged to a French motorcyclist killed in an accident… Read more »
Pope John Paul II is considering naming Saint Isidore of Seville the patron saint of Internet users and computer programmers. The Vatican first went online in 1996 with its Web site www.vatican.va, which it has used to publish thousands of Catholic Church documents and Papal speeches. The site is powered by three host computers named… Read more »
Officials determined the thumb piece belonged to a cafeteria worker who had severed the top of her thumb in a vegetable slicer this week.