Kid phones a school hotline an hour before someone phones in a bomb threat. Unfortunately, the school hadn’t adjusted for the new DST switch, so he got hauled into juvenile detention for twelve days. “County juvenile detention officials wanted to keep Webb in custody, Andrews said. “They wanted him to have a mental health evaluation because he wouldn’t admit to making the call.” ” Frightening.
This cracked me up when I saw it at Fenway last night. The Dunkin Donuts billboard above the bleachers is in Japanese (reportedly, it says “Welcome to Fenway Park”). Dice-K mania hits Dunks!
This is why watching the Sox in HD is so important. Sure, the game's a bit clearer, but really, it's all about those moments when Orsillo & Remy lose their everloving minds and amuse themselves.
Here, they take a fan to task who had removed his shirt (along with his friends) to spell "BOSTON" across their chests. They spent a good two minutes discussing how he should trim his chest hair, pondering whether it joined around the back, doodling with the telestrator, and commenting how he reminded them of Austin Powers. The cameras even cut away from Youk's home run to show this guy putting his shirt back on.
Hooray for Don and the Remdawg.
“Pioneered at the University of NSW, the research shows the human brain processes and retains more information if it is digested in either its verbal or written form, but not both at the same time.”
Apple will be selling DRM-free music from EMI next month. Pitched as “higher-quality” (256kbps AAC) to justify the price increase. The interesting statistic once this launches is going to be the number of people who choose the lower-cost DRMed version.
Up-to-date list of the software I use on my Mac.
This is an archive of groovmother.com, the old blog run by Rod Begbie — A Scottish geek who lives in San Francisco, CA.