Monthly Archive:: September 2011

Convict Finds Freedom Overwhelming, Starts a Fire and Heads Back to Jail

What’s scarier than being locked up in a Texas prison for 26 years? Returning to a world you no longer recognize. For Randall Lee Church, 96 days of being back in society was quite enough, so he sent himself right on back to jail. Overwhelmed by his new world, on July 10, Church set an abandoned house on his friend’s property on fire, the San Antonio Express-News reports.

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Ashton Kutcher Debut – ‘Two and a Half Men’ ratings huge!

Two and a Half Men premiere ratings are in. And they’re jaw dropping. Stunningly huge. The ninth season premiere, starring Ashton Kutcher taking over for Charlie Sheen, delivered 27.7 million viewers Monday night — that’s in the ballpark of an American Idol premiere.

Even more impressive: The sitcom scored a 10.3 rating among adults 18-49. That’s easily an all-time high for the show, and up 110 percent over last fall’s eighth-season debut with Sheen. Everybody expected the sitcom’s first new episode back would perform strong, but not like this. Men had the highest-rated season premiere for a scripted series since Desperate Housewives premiered six years ago.

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Toilet Paper Printer

The result is the toilet paper printer. Der Drucker hat eine Netzwerkanbindung und kann somit zum Beispiel RSS Feeds, Tweets, Facebook Nachrichten drucken. The printer has a network connection and can thus, for example, RSS feeds, Tweets, Facebook messages print. Der Kreativität was druckbare Text Quellen betrifft sind keine Grenzen gesetzt. Creativity in terms of printable text sources are endless. Im folgenden Text versuche ich den Bau des Druckers so gut es geht zu dokumentieren. In the following text I am trying to build the printer as well as we documented. Fragen und Anregungen können über Kommentare gestellt bzw. geschrieben werden. Questions and suggestions can be made or written comments.

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First Time Living people to appear on U.S. stamps

The U.S. Postal Service announced Monday that it is ending its longstanding rule that stamps cannot feature people who are still alive and it’s asking the public to offer suggestions on who should be first.

Since Jan. 1, 2007, the requirement has been that a person must have been deceased five years before appearing on a stamp. Before that, the rule was 10 years. (By tradition, though, former presidents are remembered on a stamp in the year following their deaths.).

The post office announced that it will consider stamps for acclaimed American musicians, sports stars, writers, artists and other nationally known figures.


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