Saturday, October 20, 2012

All time best sloth videos

  • Mammoth task of bringing prehistoric film stars back to life

    "Remember this is the biggest grossing animated film franchise of all time, grossing $4 billion at the box office, from home entertainment and merchandise sales.

  • 5 Things To Do Around Riverhead This Weekend

    All works will be on exhibit and for sale through a silent auction with proceeds shared between the NFEC, the Riverhead Neighborhood Protection Coalition, and the Save Main Road groups.

  • Sample Page

    I picked my camera just in time to capture the water splashing into its body. Photo and ... Once they got going, I shot mainly panning shots to capture the movement, but in the end liked this one best, freezing the moment of one wildebeest's frenzied ...

  • Mitt Romney Gets Tax Break Off Firm Sending Jobs To China

    Several Sensata workers have told HuffPost that they're worried that after the layoffs they'll end up in low-paying service-sector positions, if they manage to find jobs at all. Randecker, a 33-year Sensata veteran, said she fears having to start a new ...

  • Paul Ryan On Mitt Romney's Tax Plan: 'We Have Shown How That Works'

    Then I read papers and things. This morning I read in the <em>New York Post</em> ... I also watch TV. I love Fox, I like Morning Joe, I like that the Today show did a beautiful piece on me yesterday -- I mean, relatively speaking.

  • Mitt Romney Tax Return Reveals GOP Candidate Outsourced Payroll, Shielding ...

    This lack of transparency stands in contrast to Romney's 2010 return, which listed $20,603 in wages paid to four "household employees" all in one state, presumably Massachusetts. Household employees include "babysitters, drivers, nannies, caretakers, ...

  • The Joystiq Indie Pitch: Party of Sin

    Indie developers are the starving artists of the video-game world, often brilliant and innovative, but also misunderstood, underfunded and more prone to writing free-form poetry on their LiveJournals.

  • How low can you go? Japanese movement clamps down on amps

    Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal published a fascinating article and accompanying video on Ampere Down, a grassroots energy conservation movement in Japan that goes above and behind rather quotidian methods of saving a few bucks around the house ...

  • A right to insult

    THE serial that began in 1988 with the publication of Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses acquired steam in 2005 when the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten published its infamous cartoons and has now reached a crescendo with the video film entitled ...

  • Personal e-mail urging Mormons to fast and pray for Romney goes national

    Well, this time I do," she wrote. "I am asking you to join me and my family on Sunday Sept. 30 by fasting and praying for Mitt Romney.

  • China's Nexen Deal Tangled Up With Keystone Pipeline

    On the infinitely long list of legitimate China gripes, the antics of inefficient, credit-hogging, deep-pocketed SOEs is near the top. But a good case can also be made that China bashing is, above all, good politics. President Barack Obama might have ...

  • In the Stacks: New non-fiction

    This satisfyingly fat oral history of the life and times of conservationist and co-founder of Camp Denali Ginny Hill Wood is full of fascinating stories that highlight the early history of Alaska, the conservation movement, and outdoor recreation.

  • CNOOC's Nexen deal brings out China bashers

    CNOOC and Nexen had a previous history of cooperation on oil sands investment, Nexen needed cash it was unable to get elsewhere (Nexen had been on the block for some time but no other serious bidders emerged to take on the sizable equity plus debt ...

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    Giving interviews is all part of the cycle, but it was nice to step out of it. The last time we spoke, Scott [Weiland, former Velvet Revolver frontman] had just gone into rehab.

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