Nine Weird Things That Are Banned Overseas . . . But Legal in the U.S.
Posted by Chris Dillon on 7/22/2013 3:32:00 PM.
If you think Obama is taking away your
FREEDOM . . . check this out. Here's a list of nine random, everyday
things that are ILLEGAL overseas, but legal here.Tell us what you think on our Facebook page.
If you know how your brain perceives time, it's actually pretty easy to make time SEEM like it's passing more slowly. If you're one of those people who feels like the years are slipping away from you, try some of these tips from the Buffer blog.
1. Keep learning new things. Your brain perceives time according to
how much information it has to process. If the brain is working hard,
time passes more slowly. But time really flies when you're on
Six Crazy Things You Can Do With Coke, Other Than Drinking It
The world drinks more than 100 MILLION GALLONS of Coke EVERY DAY. And after more than a hundred years, we've found out a whole bunch of ways to misuse it. Here are six of the best ones, from Homesessive.com.
Check Out the 16 Worst Beatles Covers of All Time.
Posted by Chris Dillon on 3/25/2013 7:16:00 AM.
Well, a lot of bands have tried covering BEATLES songs over the years, with mixed results.
But Buzzfeed.com put together a list of the all-time WORST Beatles covers.
--Sean Connery's spoken word version of "In My Life" from 1998 tops the list, which also includes Bill Cosby's version of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", and a cool William Shatner doing a hideous version of "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds".
~Dillon in the Morning
What the (bleep).....A rap version of Pink Floyd's
Posted by Chris Dillon on 3/20/2013 9:33:00 AM.
Imagine it's 1987 again . . . and you're grooving to the new PINK FLOYD single "Learning to Fly".
But instead of DAVID GILMOUR'S guitar solo . . . a beat drops, and David busts out a RAP about flying or something.
--Sounds like a HORRIBLE idea right? Well, it almost happened.
--BOB EZRIN co-wrote the song and co-produced the "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" album with David. He was ALL ABOUT the hip-hop craze that was going on in the mid-'80s, and suggested that they incorporate a rap break into the song. More