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Comment Re:The D Team -Starring Dolph Lundgren, I'm thinki (Score 1) 99

Actually, Its would think it more likely they would be known as the C-Team!

In 1972 a crack dolphin commando unit was sent to Sea World by a military court for a crime they didn't commit.

These mammals promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underwater.
Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as dolphins of fortune.

If you have a problem - if no one else can help - and if you can find them - maybe you can hire... The D-Team.


Seinfeld's Good Samaritan Law Now Reality? 735

e3m4n writes "The fictitious 'good samaritan' law from the final episode of Seinfeld (the one that landed them in jail for a year) appears to be headed toward reality for California residents after the house passed this bill. There are some differences, such as direct action is not required, but the concept of guilt by association for not doing the right thing is still on the face of the bill."

Do We Need Running Shoes To Run? 776

prostoalex writes to tell us The Daily Mail has an interesting look at current research in the field of running and injuries related to running. Most of the evidence pointed at a lack of any need for running shoes. Some of the more interesting points: the more expensive the running shoes, the greater the probability of getting an injury; some of the planet's best and most intense runners run barefoot; Stanford running team, having access to the top-notch modern shoes sent in for free by manufacturers, after a few rounds of trial and error still chose to train with no shoes at all."

Comment Re:yeah.. right.. (Score 1) 432

Its not per TV. Its per household (though technically if its a household shared by non-family members then each TV is an area which is private (ie bedrooms) are required to be licensed. In practical though, having one license per household keeps you off the list of properties to be visited by the detector vans.

"Let's show this prehistoric bitch how we do things downtown!" -- The Ghostbusters