I just got a flyer from the USPS inviting me to go and get my passport at a “special event”. “This time, we’re traveling to you” – it says (or actually, what it says is “Esta vez, nosotros vamos donde t
The BBC (really!) reports that a Sudanese man has been forced to marry a goat after being caught having sex with it. He was also ordered to pay a dowry of 15,000 Sudanese dinars ($50) to the goat’s owner, Mr. Alifi.
“We have given him the goat, and as far as we know they are still together,” Mr Alifi said.
Iran and the United States have more in common than one would assume at first sight. When the United States was having problems with France not supporting the Iraqi war, Congress took decisive action and re-named French fries “freedom fries”. Now Iran has followed suit and is expressing its displeasure about a Danish newspaper printing cartoons of profet Mohammed by renaming Danish pastries “Roses of the Prophet Muhammad.”
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As eveyone knows, people trying to make a quick back often buy expired domain names as well as domain names with similar spellings or different extensions than popular websites, hoping that visitors will make a mistake and visit their websites instead. Often times they sell advertisement on these websites.
Thus someone is trying to capitalize on my website http://www.desaparecidos.org with their own desaparecidos.com. They’ve even scanned my site for popular words to put in their site – and they have then sold the linkage rights on those words.
E-bay is one of their clients – though why they’ve chosen to sponsor the word “tortura” or torture is beyond me. Is e-bay really selling torture? They must be doing pretty well if they’ve gotten the US costumer as their client.