The morning coffee and the Swiss Sex

Like sex?
Like sex toys?
Like sex toys, but find yourself unable to afford them?
Like the Swiss?
Willing to consider second-hand sex toys?

If you answered “yes” to all the above questions, then you might just be interested in buying sex toys that were found left behind on Swiss trains.

The rest of us, however, are just left scratching our heads in disbelief. (I mean … Swiss?)

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The morning coffee, origami robots and Satan

Generally I tend to disagree with people who like to rape and murder others. But I find myself agreeing with this raping, murdering Satanist, who is appealing his death sentence because the judge called him ‘evil’ for being a Satanist.

And he’s right.

I hate it when the bad guys are right.

(Octopus, by Katharina Fritsch.)

Yesterday we mentioned Unicorns, half of one of our most popular search terms. Today, we move to the other half: Origami. Why? Because there is an origami robot out there. And it folds itself.

Oh, and light sabres? They’re real. Welcome to the future.

The morning coffee and the case of the cold caveman

Scientists are pouring over a cold case — very cold, in every sense of the term. Approximately five thousand three hundred years ago, a man dubbed Ötzi Joe was murdered. And then remarkably well preserved in ice. Scientists are now reconstructing his final day.

Like mustaches? Like fingers? Like photos? Then you will be happy to learn of a Finger Mustache Photo Contest.

The first rule of Piracy Club is Don’t Talk About Piracy Club. That’s a good rule to follow in the Netherlands, where merely mentioning from where a film can be pirated is enough to be found guilty of distributing pirated material yourself. As usual, I would like those who come up with these lawsuits to use the precedent created to sue Google. Not because Google ought to be sued, but because Google has deep pockets, expensive lawyers, and the scale of the thing would soon make obvious exactly how ridiculous these things are.

A morning coffee for the headbangers

Dear headbangers, the British Medical Journal provides the following advice for the prevention of injury whilst headbanging:
– decrease your range of head and neck motion whilst ‘banging
– head bang to slower tempo songs
– replace heavy metal with adult-oriented rock
– only head bang to every second beat
– use protective gear.

You’re welcome.

If you’ve ever wanted to live in the Amityville Horror house, now’s your chance. All you need is a spare $1.15 million.

Just in case you were under the impression that you need to be polite and professional to get ahead in the workplace, you don’t. As Google and Viacom executives demonstrate.