24.5.06

Grog, Ablutions and other crazy things

A VICAR who forgot to disconnect his microphone when he took a mid-service comfort break entertained his parishioners with the soundtrack to his ablutions. But when nature called, his microphone broadcast his every splash and sigh to the congregation who of course giggled a tad. The Germans are furious that Budweiser will be the official tipple for the soccer World Cup. And what most upsets the fans is that Budweiser - advertised as the "King of Beers" in the US - fails to meet the ancient German standards for purity, which stipulate that beer can be brewed only from malt, hops and water so they are hopping mad. The American lager has secured a near-monopoly of beer sales inside World Cup stadiums and within a 500m radius of the grounds. JACK the Ripper could well be a Jill. In a bid to crack the identity of one of the greatest murder mysteries of all time, technology developed in Australia has tested 118-year-old DNA the notorious serial killer may have left behind Brisbane-based Professor Findlay said he used his method, called Cell Track-ID. Dinki-Di 'Strine COMPUTER software could soon start recognising words like bogan, sheila, bonza and sickie under new moves to make the products more user-friendly for Australians. Microsoft today announced its Australian subsidiary was putting forward a list of quintessential Aussie words, including rough and tumble slang, for inclusion in its next version of productivity software products known as the 2007 Microsoft Office System. I have seen it all now I think with this a Dogs radio station Dogs get own radio station. A Thai entrepreneur has launched the world's first internet radio station for dogs. DogRadio.com features barking human DJs playing round-the-clock music with no ad breaks no Ads "WOW" Seems us humans had relationships with Chimps and moreover it went on for 4 million years; I am not so sure about this one but; the act maybe but all that millennia ago Hmm. Well stranger things have happened but this well it takes a bit of believing. Comments are most welcome and thanks to Google Images also. .

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