Nash cuts hair and lops mop-top

Saturday, July 22, 2006


VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Steve Nash has replaced his mop-top with a buzz cut. The two-time NBA most valuable player showed up at a basketball camp Wednesday with his trademark unruly hairdo gone.

‘‘I just cut it,’’ the Suns star said with a shrug. ‘‘I don’t really have a rhyme or reason. I felt like taking it off.’’ Nash is almost as famous for his long, wild hair as he is for his pinpoint passes and sharp shooting.

Fans of an NBA video game even complained the Canadian point guard’s hair did not ‘‘flow’’ properly, forcing the manufacturer to make changes.

Nash was in Vancouver to host a charity basketball game.




Tuesday, July 18, 2006
Want to steal a bike in NYC? It may be easier than you think!


Too sweet!

Wednesday, July 12, 2006
"...the billboard features a real sundial whose shadow falls on a different breakfast item each hour until noon, when the shadow of the McDonald’s arches are dead center."

It is nice to see someone taking advertising to a different level...Link


King of... what?

Tuesday, July 11, 2006
Jesus beer billboard causing quite a stir

(7/11/06 - KTRK/HOUSTON) - Sophisticated graffiti artists have left their mark near downtown Houston.

Someone covered up a billboard on La Branch at Winbern with a poster featuring a picture of Jesus Christ holding a Budweiser can. The company that leases the billboard believes vandals made the poster at home and then pasted it on top of the ad that's supposed to be there.

It shows Jesus holding a Budweiser in between the phrases "Jesus, King of Jews" and "Jesus, King of Beers."
"I thought that was just crazy," said commuter Jose Cazares. "It looks professional too."

Neighbors say the billboard has been up there for a week or more.
(Copyright © 2006, KTRK-TV)



Thursday, July 06, 2006
I know that this is just wrong, but I am still laughing at it!

BERLIN (Reuters) - Police in Berlin said on Wednesday they had arrested two men on suspicion of placing cement-filled soccer balls around the city and inviting people to kick them. At least two people injured themselves by kicking the balls, which were chained to lampposts and trees alongside the spray-painted message: "Can you kick it?"

Police said they had identified a 26-year-old and a 29-year-old and had found a workshop in their apartment where they made the balls. The two are accused of causing serious physical injury, dangerous obstruction of traffic and causing injury through negligence, police said.