Frugal Kath Kelly (pictured), from Bruton, Somerset, ate at free buffets, shopped at church jumble sales and scrounged leftovers from grocery stores and restaurants.
Live at Phoenix Sound in Newton Abbot, 2011-08-11.
Shimmy shimmy yāw, shimmy yǣm, shimmy ye! Gemme þe mayk so ā kæn tēka et awē!
If you are reading this, you are guilty of felony possession of a Schedule I controlled substance.
In the wake of the shootings in Tucson, the familiar questions inevitably resurfaced: Are communities where more people carry guns safer or less safe? Does the availability of high-capacity magazines increase deaths? Do more rigorous background checks make a difference?
Credit to Ed Miliband for his latest stance defending low paid workers exploited by large multi-national companies who make millions, sometimes billions, of pounds in profit per year. As Teresa Pearce brilliantly argued, you the taxpayer make up the difference by giving these low paid workers £5bn in Working Tax Credits per year. Why should you pay your taxes to subsidise the profits of Sainsbury's, KFC, McDonalds, Burger King, Starbuck, Dominos and Subway?
Released June 2012.
The research by the consultants KPMG found that 4.82 million workers have to survive on less than a living wage,currently £8.30 an hour in London and £7.20 in the rest of the country. The TUC described the findings as "shocking".
MORGUES, blood vials and deserted halls: straight from the set of your favourite horror movie, John Gray captures America's abandoned asylums in the states of New England.
Gray has spent 12 years wandering around old abandoned hospitals and asylums capturing these haunting glimpses of the past for his new book.
One of the staples of science fiction is embedding the human body with sensors, to merge humans and machines. That goal may be a bit closer.
A team of chemists and anesthesiologists has found a way to embed nanometer-scale wires into living tissue. When implanted into a body, the "cyborg" tissue could potentially sense and monitor medicine or inflammation and keep doctors aware of whether the transplant is working.
A classic skit from the first season of SNL.
help me out tan, i can commute to work anywhere in the world.......what can i buy for 500k, show me what you know
What it's all about, a very motivating song.
read and weep biatchees
Got the time to watch?
Live My Life (Party Rock Remix)
Might give you haters a new appreciation for the Electronic music genre.
(at 3:00 it gets insane)
Both me and my wife failed this test! Will you?
Freaking REALLY cool shit...carbon nanotubes and cellular shit going on. Don't get confused...just watch the video.
Krautrock, instrumental, 70s, indie, space, disco
this is a good one!
Imagine if he had his own show now with what kinda money he could throw around
They save lives!