June 30, 2004

Paying the Price: The Mounting Costs of the Iraq War

The Institute for Policy Studies
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Iranian woman 'gives birth to frog'

BBC NEWS
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Television watching may hasten puberty

New Scientist
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Masturbation Makes You Fat!

BRODY, S., Slimness is Associated with Greater Intercourse and Lesser Masturbation Frequency, J Sex Marital Ther. 2004 Jul-Aug;30(4):251-61.
Or solitary dieting fails...
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June 27, 2004

Circle Line Pub Crawl

Yesterday's itinerary.
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June 25, 2004

England Robbed



What went wrong with Beckham?
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June 22, 2004

205 GTi 6 Engine Conversion


184bhp/tonne :-)
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June 17, 2004

Euro 2004 Psychology

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June 16, 2004

England Fans in Albufeira





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Mad monk's member features big in Russian erotica museum


Yahoo! News - Mad monk's member features big in Russian erotica museum
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June 13, 2004

England Robbed in Portugal! ;-(


Trouble erupts after England game
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June 11, 2004

Venus Transit

Dave Newt's Venus Transit
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June 10, 2004

Ouch!

Penis severed in domestic quarrel
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June 7, 2004

Genes may be to blame for infidelity


BBC NEWS | Health | Genes may [be] to blame for infidelity
"Some people may be genetically programmed to be unfaithful to their partner, a scientist has claimed." I blame the jeans.
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June 6, 2004

Porn 3X more popular than searches

Web surfers look for porn, not searches - Jun. 4, 2004

"Tracking firm finds that 18.8% of U.S. Web visits were to 'adult' sites, 5.5% to top search engines."

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Father guilty of 'stupid' DIY job

BBC NEWS | England | Leicestershire | Father guilty of 'stupid' DIY job

"A man has been sentenced to 160 hours of community service after a botched attempt at DIY."

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Student Plagiarism

BBC NEWS | UK | Education | 'Plagiarist' to sue university

"A student who admits down-loading material from the internet for his degree plans to sue his university for negligence."

BBC NEWS | Education | Web checks for student cheating

"Students who plagiarise essays from the internet could be detected by software able to check their work against 4.5 billion web pages."

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Why you should never put your picture on the Internet ...

Why you should never put your picture on the Internet ...
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Accurate Maps

Breaking with tradition, this week's Sunday script should actually be useful.

Fed up with the vagueness of Multimap and Streetmap? This script will get Streetmap to point to the exact address:
http://www.martinsewell.com/map.php

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June 5, 2004

Bottoms bared over bank debacle


BBC NEWS | Europe | Bottoms bared over bank debacle
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June 2, 2004

Historians vs. George W. Bush

"Although his approval ratings have slipped somewhat in recent weeks, President George W. Bush still enjoys the overall support of nearly half of the American people. He does not, however, fare nearly so well among professional historians."
Historians vs. George W. Bush
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June 1, 2004

The Great Pop vs. Soda Controversy

Generic Names for Soft Drinks by County
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Baby born from 21-year-old sperm

"A woman has given birth to a baby boy who was conceived using 21-year-old sperm, it has emerged."
BBC News
The Village People are unlikely to have fathered the child.
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