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  • Beware Exit Polls!!

    11/04/2008 9:44:48 AM PST · by USMC 4-ever · 23 replies · 2,609+ views
    I have been told several times that i look like Sarah Palin when I wear my glasses and put my hair up. (I take that as a huge compliment) This morning when I went to go vote in Madison, Wisconsin, I wore a red shirt, my glasses, and put my hair up in my silent support of the McCain/Palin ticket. The exit pollers were at the door trying to talk to as many people as they could, with the exception that they noticably avoided me as I left after voting. I thought this was an interesting show of just how...
  • Zapping sleepers? brains boosts memory

    11/07/2006 7:26:23 PM PST · by annie laurie · 15 replies · 526+ views ^ | 05 November 2006 | Roxanne Khamsi
    Applying a gentle electric current to the brain during sleep can significantly boost memory, researchers report. A small new study showed that half an hour of this brain stimulation improved students? performance at a verbal memory task by about 8%. The approach enhances memory by creating a form of electrical current in the brain seen in deep sleep, the researchers suggest. ... The students? various sleep stages were monitored using an electroencephalogram (EEG) machine. When the students entered a period of light sleep, Born?s team started to apply a gentle current in one-second-long pulses, every second, for about 30 minutes....
  • Nokia Unveils Digital-Music Player In a Cellphone

    04/27/2005 8:42:49 PM PDT · by BurbankKarl · 17 replies · 716+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 4/28/05 | David Pringle
    Nokia Corp., the world's largest cellphone maker, unveiled its first handset with a built-in hard drive, taking aim at the market for iPods and other stand-alone digital-music players. Nokia, of Espoo, Finland, said the cellphone, earmarked to go on sale world-wide in the fourth quarter, will be able to store 3,000 songs and have a built-in Wi-Fi radio and camera. Dubbed the Nokia N91, the device will have a retail price of about €700, or about $908, before any subsidies by cellphone-service providers, Nokia officials said. That price compares with about $200 for an iPod mini with a similar storage...

    03/22/2003 7:04:44 PM PST · by restornu · 195 replies · 2,394+ views
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  • Your Attention, Please [Regarding Keywords]

    01/30/2003 1:01:30 PM PST · by Admin Moderator · 298 replies · 2,229+ views
    <p>Is this thing on? Plug in that cord over there. Yes that one. NO NOT INTO THAT PLUG yes that one. Thanks. Testing 1 2 3.</p> <p>Hi everyone. Your friendly neighborhood AM here.</p> <p>Keywords. You've seen them. You love them. Maybe you have even abused them.</p> <p>Please don't abuse keywords. There are children in China doing without keywords.</p> <p>1) Having who added what keyword be revealed at the whim of sadistic moderators, such as myself.</p>
  • Iraqi Physician: Saddam Ordered Soldiers Ears Cut Off

    08/06/2002 4:45:35 PM PDT · by Recovering_Democrat · 20 replies · 569+ views
    Iraqi Physician: Saddam's Orders to Cut Off the Ears of Defecting Soldiers and Officers Were Implemented in Iraqi Hospitals The daily newspaper Al-Hayat published an article by Dr. 'Adel 'Awadh, an Iraqi physician who worked in a hospital where the ears of military defectors were surgically removed at the orders of Saddam Hussein. Awadh fled Iraq to avoid performing such surgeries. The following are excerpts of his account:"The problem started in 1994 when Saddam Hussein issued a presidential order to cut off the ear of any military person who failed to report for military service, or defected from the...