they did what?: June 2012 Archives


Are you prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse? Well if not you could do worse than visit Moss Jewellery and Guns in South Atlanta -- because they have created what is being described as the ultimate zombie destroyer.

The AR-15 Mall Ninja Tactical Zombie Destroyer features four flashlights, three lasers and three red dot sights to ensure the undead are in your targets. There's also the little matter that it's mounted with nine 30-round magazines.

Bosses at the store, who introduced the gun by saying, "We got some zombies that need killing" are now offering people who are fearing an undead uprising the chance to try the gun on a shooting range.

Are we sure they are the best people to be waving around a firearm like this?

275x250.jpg To celebrate the the launch of publishing its entire print edition online, newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) decided to release its inner geek ... and print their entire front page in binary.

As a result, all headlines and text on the front of the paper were replaced by 1s and 0s. Even the name of the newspaper was replaced with binary to become "01001110 01011010 01011010".

The only parts of the page which remained in the standard format were the price, date, photos and an advert for Omega.


The problem with being the fastest man in the world is that sometimes it takes time to slow down … like when Usain Bolt recently crashed into a flowergirl at end of 100m sprint.


Bolt had just won the race at the Diamond League in Oslo with a time of 9.79 seconds when he found himself hurtling towards a flowergirl - there to give the gift to winners.

Despite still moving at some speed, the Jamaican did his best not to knock the blonde girl to the floor, somehow holding her up as he continued to move.

275x250.jpg Teachers are often presented with dubious-looking notes to explain the absence of a pupil. But while some kids try to get away with writing their own excuse notes, young Tyler Sullivan got one from US President Barack Obama.

The 11-year-old pupil has skipped a day of school to see Obama visit Honeywell factory in Minnesota and managed to get a seat in the front row.

After hearing Obama's speech, Sullivan even got to shake the hand of the president, who asked him about skipping class to be there.

But rather than tell the lad off for missing school, Obama used his official presidential notepad to write a signed note to the teacher saying: "Mr Ackerman -- Please excuse Tyler... He was with me! Barack Obama."




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