Several of the new model cars will text you or send you an email with a report on how it is doing. My car would say “I’m dyyiiinnngg…please…there’s little time left…please…”
Sometimes you just need a good visual to tell the whole story.
According to the Internet Movie Database, Ted Neeley “almost missed out on being cast in Jesus Christ Superstar (1973). After inviting director Norman Jewison to see him in a matinee performance of the Who’s “Tommy”, he was injured during a show just prior to the one Jewison had bought a ticket to see. He recovered in time for the next show; immediately following this, he drove from Los Angeles to Jewison’s hotel in Palm Springs…dressed up as “Jesus Christ.” (Norman was leaving for Israel soon thereafter, to shoot the movie.) Not only did Jewison accept his explanation and apology, he gave him the title role in said film.”
I would have liked to see the face of the desk clerk when Ted walked up to locate Mr. Jewison.
“Mr. Jewison, this is the front desk. You have a guest in the lobby for you.”
“Yes, who is it?”
“It’s Jesus Christ.”
These scammers were caught red-handed.
OK, it’s too late this time so save this for next year.
Plus this in to Google:
5 + (-sqrt(1 – x^2 – (y – abs(x))^2)) * cos(30 * ((1 – x^2 – (y – abs(x))^2))), x is from -1 to 1, y is from -1 to 1.5, z is from 1 to 6
Did Alicia Keys get caught sending tweets from her iPhone?
Voice over technology is now available.
Have you ever seen a park inside one or two parking spaces? Check out the new parklets in downtown LA.
These optical illusions at Gizmodo will make your mind melt.
Mashable calls this the best 8th grade break-up line ever.
I know you woke up this morning and said, “I need some shoes with nipples!”
Well, my friend, today is your lucky day.
I don’t blame the American Idol contestants who are horrible. I blame friends and family who kept telling them they were great for 15 years.