God I love this show…
The key to the age-old question apparently lies in the fact that since genetic material does not change throughout an animal’s life, the first bird that evolved into a chicken must have initially existed as an embryo inside an egg.
My mate over at ohyeahohare, has been doing some interesting searching on Google Trends. Google Trends allows you to see the number of search terms for a given topic over time, as well as where they are coming from. For example, lets look at it for Olympics:
No real surprises there. Top 10 cities searching for it?
2. United States
6. United Kingdom
7. New Zealand
But some other terms are more interesting…
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Now whilst I am strongly against making fun of religion, I think it is safe to say that these guys bring it upon themselves. This is a real DVD coming soon. The official site is here
Anyway, check out the preview video here
Google maps now has streets. You can’t search yet, but I’d be scared if I was whereis!
We recommend you save the vodka and Sprite for mixing cocktails; you’re better off putting your flowers in plain water than adding these to the vase. Viagra, on the other hand, appears to be an excellent cut flower preservative. Although we imagine that most people would rather put it to its more conventional use, with a little pinch in the water, Viagra will keep the bloom on your rose longer.
MUSIC fans will be able to legally record their CD collections onto iPods and MP3 players under a raft of proposed changes to Federal Government copyright laws.
Taping TV and radio programs and using copyright material for parody or satire will also be legalised as part of the reforms.
And in a move expected to be welcomed by artists, the Government plans to introduce new enforcement measures to combat piracy.
The changes are part of a major overhaul of copyright laws to be announced today by Attorney-General Philip Ruddock in response to millions of Australians who effectively break the law every time they reproduce copyright material for personal use.