Imagine you're at home, relaxed, and all of a sudden out of nowhere a face appears--the ugliest, most grotesque, freakish thing you’ve ever seen: the unholy genetic mutative combination of Janet Reno and John Kerry.
Or perhaps Saw III is more your cup of shocking bliss. What you're experiencing is something uniquely human: enjoying fear. Why do we love being scared? View the video report here.
Once again the illustrious Flamenco-er Pedro Zottolo takes you on a video journey of the world-renowned stylings of the great Christóbal Sack, including the famed super-secret Flamenco move--the Flatulent Foot Dance.
If you, as did I, happen to catch the Cervantino Festival 2006 in Guanajuato, Mexico, and you were lucky, you might have seen the apparently supernatural Christóbal Reyes deign to grace the filthy mortals with his patented style of pitiful has-been struggling to hang on to a long-lost glory that once was by employing over-the-top pompous affectation for so long, what was at first a funny skit turned to feelings of sympathetic embarrassment.
OK, so, we couldn't make our plane and wasted a vacation day, and had to make a trip to Mexico City, and a last-minute trip to get to our hotel, and then Angela got a bug. This hasn't been the best anniversary ever, but...yeah. The views have been phenomenal, and the friends we've met have been unforgettable. So...always look on the bright side, right?
Nothing ever goes right when I travel. Or I should say, nothing ever goes right enough, what with the expired passport and expired driver's license and arriving late and missing planes, none of which, I can assure you, was my fault. But you know, I'm all grown up and stuff, and what does getting pissed off get me anyway, except feeling superior, cuz, you know, I rule?
But at least we got a nice empty flight in first class with legroom and filet mignon and pinot noir with a Courvoisier chaser and chocolate mousse to leave my palate all yummy.
Live from Mexico City - it's my sucky layover! Watch - you can almost feel Angela's altitude sickness!
The latest research reaffirms that marijuana can help forestall the onset of Alzheimer's disease. While not preventing Alzheimer's entirely, the active ingredient in pot acts to block the proteins that contribute to dementia as well as stave off neurological problems associated with the disease.
The Last 10 Minutes - Mark Foley Loves Your Children, And Yes, In That Way
The dirt on Florida Representative Mark Foley (R-NAMBLA) keeps getting more interesting, as transcripts of his naughty IMs were recently trumped by the assertions of one Kirk Fordham, a congressional aide who told AP that he had notified aides to the House Speaker Dennis Hastert of Foley's misconduct three years ago, shaking the already wobbly public support of Republican politics just weeks before mid-term elections. View the video report here.