Concerned Chinese parents are now buying foreign made toys, "Made in Korea" sounds a lot more safer.
On a British Airways flight from New Delhi to London, first-class passenger Paul Trinder wakes up to find the corpse of a woman who had died in the economy cabin in the seat next to him.
In an interview with a British rock magazine, Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards admits to snorting his father's ashes, "He was cremated, and I couldn't resist grinding him up with a little bit of blow." A day later Richards denies the incident, explaining, "I was trying to say how tight Bert and I were that tight!" So it was "that" kind of family.
A bead toy called Aqua Dots is pulled from stores after scientists discover that the beads contain a chemical that converts into the date-rape drug GHB when ingested. That's all we need children raping each other.
Lawyers representing Procter & Gamble send a 66-page cease-and-desist letter to British sex-toy company Love Honey, demanding that it stop using images of its Oral B electric toothbrushes to promote a product called the Brush Bunny- a rabbit-shaped piece of plastic that slips over the top of an Oral B to turn it into a vibrator.
Young Comcast customers in New Jersey were surprised when a scheduled showing of Disney Channel's Handy Manny featuring bilingual handyman Manny Garcia and his talking tools is replaced by hard-core pornography. A parent says she will cancel her Comcast subscription just as soon as the NHL playoffs are over. Why does this never happen to me?
Nigerian schoolchildren receive computers from the U.N. One Laptop Per Child program and quickly learn a few things nobody expected such as how to find adult websites and how to store their favorite images on the computers' hard drives. They also find out how much they can sell the computers for.
To test Google's ability to block harmful advertising, Belgian IT security consultant Didier Stevens posts an ad that reads "Is your PC virus-free? Get it infected here!" It is accepted by Google and displayed 259,723 times; 409 web surfers actually click on the ad. Whats the problem ? it never infected my computer.
McDonald's launches a "word battle" against the Oxford English Dictionary to amend the definition of McJobs, which the OED currently describes as an "unstimulating, low-paid job with few prospects." The goal, according to a company vice president, is to change the citation to "reflect a job that is stimulating, rewarding, and offers skills that last a lifetime."
You can make limp unhealthy burgers along side of dumb teenagers, dealing with idiot customers who ask for a plain burger.............. with only ketchup and onions for a minimum wage FOREVER! yep sounds good sign me up.