Rebel sent me an amusing CNN story on wackiest warning labels awarded by Michigan. A toilet brush with a tag that says "Do not use for personal hygiene" has taken top prize for the wackiest consumer warning label of the year, according to an anti-lawsuit group. The Michigan Lawsuit Abuse Watch, M-LAW, whose main mission is to reveal how lawsuits and anxiety over lawsuits have created a need for overly obvious warnings on products, sponsors The Wacky Warning Label Contest each year.
This Linux.com article shows how you can edit a PDF in Linux if you were to download a contract to fill out, save, and return.
There are World of Warcraft Extreme Stunts Screenshot Competition winners. Also, there are honorable mentions and 10 ways to melt a snowman sections to with more entries.
Worth1000's current contest theme is on turning evolution on its pointy ear and create a new species, one of land and sea with doctored photographs. There are 89 entries.
Builder UK's article says there is a newly discovered flaw in Firefox could allow cybercriminals to take advantage of Web surfers. The flaw in Mozilla Firefox 1.0, details of which were published by Secunia on Tuesday, allows malicious hackers to spoof the URL in the download dialog box which pops up when a Firefox user tries to download an item from a Web site. This flaw is caused by the dialog box incorrectly displaying long sub-domains and paths, which can be exploited to conceal the actual source of the download.
Chinese men hiring girlfriends to stop family nagging is a Yahoo! News article about agencies in China's Chengdu city are offering rented girlfriends to bachelors who need someone to show off to relatives during the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year, state press said.
Grifter tricked me with his very gross and disturbing PbNation thread that shows a car collision with a deer. Be warned, it is very gory with blood splattered and body parts all over.
Worth1000's current contest theme is on injecting national pride (symbols/flags) in random objects. There are 101 entries.
Compfused.com has a funny photograph of Japanese showing off their world renowned Air Force.
According to ABC7.com's news article, ABC News learned federal law enforcement officials believe terrorists linked to al-Qaeda may try to use watches to bring down commercial planes. The threat is serious enough that airport screeners nationwide have been alerted. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are warning transportation officials to look for al-Qaeda terrorists wearing two types of digital watches.
TV Cream's Top 100 Toys shows the list of favorite toys based on the Web site readers.
Photograph #1 -- A mosque is seen still standing in this aerial view of the town of Meulaboh in Aceh province, Indonesia, which was flattened by tidal waves.
A happy ending story with a girl saving tourists from her school lesson. A 10-year-old British girl saved 100 other tourists from the Asian tsunami having warned them a giant mass of water was on its way after learning about the phenomenon weeks earlier at school.