The Weirdest Last Words…, Never been kissed…, fun gadgets…, Giant Monopoly Game…, Let’s Pretend This Never Happened…, How to Cover Up a Murder…, mountaineer left on Everest, dies…, Portland snow globe…, rediscovered this gem today…, Great Paper Airplane Project…
A person’s last words before they pass away can often be prophetic, profound, poetic, or just plain dumb. The following statements fall into that last category. Now, this might seem a bit mean spirited, but keep in mind that these people knew that these statements would be recorded and held for public record. On that note, enjoy the weirdest last words by death row inmates!
2. Never been kissed? Now you have
3. Weird but totally fun gadgets
Wheeled alarm clock that rolls off bedside table beeping, and scoots away. I quoted this line from the product description and it describes this thing perfectly. For all the lazy people(like me), this one sure comes as a blessing. And its fun too.
4. Giant Monopoly Game
Jenny Lawson, creator of the Bloggess blog, has posted a long and extremely funny excerpt from her forthcoming book Let’s Pretend This Never Happened: (A Mostly True Memoir). The excerpt, from chapter 15, details Lawson’s bizarre experiences working in a corporate HR department, coping with the terrible behavior of the employees, the awfulness of the corporate bureaucracy, and the absurdly bad job applications she received.
6. “How to Cover Up a Murder” You’d be surprised people actually search this phrase more often than we think
You’d be surprised how many people search the phrase “how to cover up a murder” or something similar … we’ve seen these phrase pop up from time to time on Brainz. But quite honestly, we didn’t have an article to help those desperate souls. However, after doing a little look around, we now have the answer thanks to the site Top Criminal Justice Schools.
7. Lincoln Hall, mountaineer left on Everest, dies
Mountaineer Lincoln Hall, who was rescued a day after being given up for dead near the summit of Everest in 2006, died Wednesday of cancer in Australia. He was 56.
Space heaters, burning cigarettes, clutter around the fireplace – those are all things you probably consider fire hazards around the house. But what about a snow globe?
As improbable as it sounds, firefighters say a snow globe was to blame for a charred couch at a Milwaukie home on Saturday.
I created the blog in October 2009 for a lark, as an easy way for our family and friends to keep up with Adam’s brilliant sleep-talking. Over time, we established a following of a couple of hundred people, and we thought that was pretty amazing.
It’s not every day that a giant paper airplane is released high over the Arizona desert. In fact, it’s never been done. But that’s exactly what the Pima Air & Space Museum is doing today, March 21, 2012. Follow along as we live-blog this historic launch!