These are weirdest, most ill-conceived toys from around the globe. If you're about to say that they're "weird" only because of our own xenophobic ignorance of other cultures, well, we have two words for you: Poop toys.
This one is, though. We're used to Japan's superior electronics companies ensuring they get new televisions, video games and cell phones before the rest of us, but who knew they'd get the second coming of our Savior a full three years before the rest of the world. You have to love the fact that they've decided to use the box to point out ways your Jesus Robot can help you get chicks. As if you needed them to tell you.
These dolls from Russia quite clearly have both male genitalia and the long flowing hair typically associated with females. We're stumped and aroused. Is it possible they're doll versions of David Lee Roth?
The Kraft Group has reached a four-year deal with Baltimore-based Constellation NewEnergy to purchase renewable-energy credits from windmills for football game days and nights at Gillette Stadium.
Thus, Midwestern wind will supply power to the Gillette Stadium lighthouse, the 612 light bulbs shining on the field, scoreboards and more than 40 concession stands.
The NFL team will purchase enough credits "to match all their game-day electricity needs." Kraft Group President & COO Jonathan Kraft said the deal "could help build awareness that other organizations have an opportunity to make a similar choice for the environment, according to the Boston Globe.
"We are very excited about having sports teams come in because not only can they green their own footprint, they can also get the message out to the many people who get to these venues," said Matt Clouse, director of the Green Power Partnership.