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  • Fallout 3 GOTY edition, PS3 DLC dated
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    Bethesda assured us that the Fallout 3 downloadable content packs for PS3 would be available starting at the “end of September,” and, as promised, Broken Steel will be up on September 24.

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  • Unambiguous Evidence of Water On the Moon
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    Nethemas the Great writes “Information has leaked ahead of the scheduled NASA press conference tomorrow that we have found unambiguous evidence for water on the moon. From the article, ‘Since man first touched the moon and brought pieces of it back to Earth, scientists have thought that the lunar surface was bone dry. But new observations from three different spacecraft have put this notion to rest with what has been called “unambiguous evidence” (more…)

  • ISP Emails Customer Database To Thousands
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    Barence writes “British ISP Demon Internet has mistakenly sent out a spreadsheet containing the personal details of more than 3,600 customers with one of its new ebills. The spreadsheet contains email addresses, telephone numbers and what appears to be usernames and passwords for the ebilling system. It was attached to an email explaining how to use the new system. Police forces and NHS trusts are among the email addresses listed in the database. (more…)

  • Brighten up your period with this Pokemon menstrual pad!
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    Is it your time of the month? You on the rag? On the blob? More importantly, have you ever wanted to bleed out of your minge and onto Pikachu’s face? If you answer in the affirmative to these questions, then we have a very special treat for you and your vomiting vadge.

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  • 20 Amazing LEGO Artworks (Pics)
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    Nathan Sawaya, a lawyer most of his life, quit his normal job to do focus full time on LEGO art. Did the decision to be a full-time artist prove to be worth? Check out the pictures and judge for yourself.

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  • Reynolds sets a Baseball Record that no one wants: Twice
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    With a fourth-inning strikeout against San Francisco’s Madison Bumgarner(notes), Reynolds did the walk of shame back to the dugout for the 205th time this season, surpassing the MLB-record 204 whiffs he set in 2008.

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  • Russian Billionaire Confirms $700M Bid for New Jersey Nets
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    Russia’s richest man, Mikhail Prokhorov, has made a takeover bid for the New Jersey Nets, the tycoon confirmed on his blog on Tuesday. Prokhorov, a former nickel mining baron, boasts that if his move is successful, it would be the first time a National Basketball Association club would come under foreign control.

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  • Campbell can leave Notts County
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    Notts County will not stand in Sol Campbell’s way if he is determined to leave, BBC Sport understands.

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  • Microsoft Tax Dodge At Issue In Washington State
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    newscloud writes “With Washington State facing a billion-dollar biennial budget deficit, the spotlight again shifts to Microsoft’s software licensing office in Reno, Nevada. ‘Although the majority of its software development is performed in Washington State, Microsoft records its estimated $18 billion in licensing revenue per year through a corporate office in Reno, Nevada where there is no licensing tax. Just by enforcing the state’s existing tax (more…)

  • Soviets Built a Doomsday Machine; It’s Still Alive
    By on September 23, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    An anonymous reader points out a story in Wired introducing us to the Doomsday Machine built by the Soviet Union in the 1980s — and that remains active to this day. It was called “Perimeter.” The article explains why the device was built, and why the Soviets considered it to be something that kept the peace, even though they never told the US about it. “[Reagan's] strategy worked. Moscow soon believed the new US leadership really was ready to (more…)