It's pricey, but i have to believe it's worth it.
Friday, September 21, 2007
Posted by Gary at 12:47 PM
This is what you get when you mix the five stories of Donkey Kong's first level, a Jackass bozo and a bunch of barrels: real-life, full-sized, totally-irresistible 8-bit arcade stupidity. And yes, I want to play it too. Like Archimedes said: "Give me enough Guinness and a big hammer and I'll move the world! And kill that monkey. Or something like that." I'm missing the oil-dipped fire balls, but nothing is perfect.
Posted by gjblass at 12:37 PM
August 30, 2007 | by Jefferson | Filed Under Sports |
Posted by gjblass at 12:03 PM
Amazing story here on how a Heroin overdose unlocked a treatment for Parkinson's.
Junkie's Brain paves way:
Posted by Chismillionare at 11:25 AM
Cranking up an enzyme in a cell's powerhouse--the mitochondria--makes the cell resilient to stress and death, according to a study published today in the journal Cell. The findings could provide a new set of targets for drugs to treat the diseases related to aging, including and diabetes. Scientists say that the research might also point to the long-sought source of caloric restriction's life-extending benefits."Now we have a way of making drugs that can keep cells from dying and prevent diseases such as Alzheimer's," says David Sinclair, a biologist at Harvard Medical School, in Boston, who led the work. The findings broaden the focus of Sirtris Pharmaceuticals, a company based in Cambridge, MA, and cofounded by Sinclair, which is developing compounds that target the sirtuins, a class of enzymes previously linked to longevity.
Posted by Chismillionare at 11:00 AM