Milk And Vomit

No, it’s not a new recipe from the Projectile Vomitting Is An Art Foundation, but the results of a teacher’s experiment gone wrong. A teacher, to demonstrate the body’s ability to break down acid in milk, had students drink large quantities of milk, resulting in 13 out of 45 students vomitting the contents of their abdominal pouches.

Parents are upset that this occurred and now the teacher is suspended from teaching until a verdict is reached on what happened. Apparently parents don’t appreciate first-hand experience for their children anymore as a teaching lesson. The teacher is getting support from the students though, even the ones that puked. After all, how many times do you get rewarded an A+ for puking?


Superhero Clerks

While surfing around, I found this hilarious Flash animation depicting famous Superheroes in the movie, Clerks. If you haven’t seen Clerks, then you probably won’t get most of this animation’s humor, but you’ll still enjoy it. If you’re a fan of Kevin Smith, you’ll definitely appreciate this. Check it out here.


Nosferatu Rapture

Over at my robot friend, you’ll find a nifty Flash that covers a Blondie song called Rapture. It’s pretty neat to watch, and worthy of breakdancing to.

In other Halloween news, it seems we almost lost the classic horror film, Nosferatu, due to copyrights. This is one case where you can be thankful for pirates. One only wonders what gems will pop up in the future due to pirates. Or instead of being a Scrooge, why not release your works under the Creative Commons license? The world would be a better place if more people use it. :)


In Other News…

Well the Florida Marlins won the World Series, and the celebration begins here in Florida. It’s pretty impressive, considering the team was created in 1993, and already they have won 2 World Series in the franchise’s life. I imagine a lot of bets were lost tonight, as Analysts and baseball enthusiasts all felt the Yankees would clobber them. Which only disproves the theory that the Yankees $180 million budget isn’t so superior to the Marlins $58 million budget, nor can it buy runs off a 23-year old pitcher. Money does not buy titles and championships, passion does. That’s the groundrule to any sport, or life in general. Congrats to the Marlins!

Also, iTunes for Windows has a new update that Apple has posted last night to fix some problems some PC users experienced. There’s a story up on CNN with details on it (since Apple didn’t release any details on the update).