I Want To Believe The News As It Always Is Nobody Tell Amazon.com... This is ingenious! At least it's better than . punching a guy in teh face before eating We Are Badass Headline of the Month (BBC) New Yorker cover art done on iPhone Video here. The embedding was busted by something in the vorg code. The New Zealand Ice Blacks perform the Haka Also, gingerbreadmen performing the haka: Never take the 162 New York Cheat Sheets I need to think about my Montreal cheat sheets... A year too late... Wow. How did I miss this Fox news "Tribute" to Vonnegut: People Powered News The Real News Network is working on an audacious plan to change the economics (and truthiness) of television journalism. Watch their intro video, it makes a good case: Dear Universe, II When you hit 50 replies, it's time to start a new thread... == Conductor: I know you are not holding the doors on my train! I'll kick your ass! --1 train Conductor: If you do not step away from the doors the train will keep sitting here, you will not get where you are going, and I will still get paid. --S train Thug: Anybody who grew up where I grew up knows there's a million things you can do with a mothafuckin' grape! --23rd & 7th Time Out -- Say What? This Time Out New York article describes how cool and hip Montreal is. Thoughts? Responses? Here are some items that I particularly enjoyed: a) Who the Hell stays at Hotel Godin? b) The ONLY neighborhood they describe is Mile End...wtf? c) Casa Del Popolo = "relaxing jazz"? TVQ website! Attention devoted TVQ watchers: You have repeatedly asked us if we could create an "internet" site where you could find out more information about our programming. We have conducted months of research to learn about the internet, and have set up a preliminary website for you to peruse: televisionquebec.ca As well as the current content (none), we shall be adding additional content over the coming months. Bien à vous, Yvon Tripper Chef de la direction TVQ But I Did Get Crabs From Britney's Pictures The Top Ten World Events Stories You Missed in 2006 1200 people playing Capture The Flag in Toronto Here's a funky video of 1200 people playing Capture The Flag in downtown Toronto. It was a product of Newmindspace. Check out their site, it's wondrous.