Hee Haw: the Next Generation I love The Critic.
Cheers erupt as spire tops One World Trade Center
TODAY.com: A crane lifted the last of a 408-foot tall spire on top of One World Trade Center on Friday, a capstone to an emotional 12-year effort to replace the towers destroyed by terrorists.
Photo: Skyline of lower Manhattan seen from Jersey City, New Jersey (Anne Thompson / NBC News)
1,776 ft up Americans are waking up to this news today. Politics aside, I have to say that when travelling in from Staten Island, I used to love seeing the old Trade Center towers. Topping at 1,776 ft, this makes One World Trade Center the fourth tallest building in the world.
How to piss off people with law degrees I did sign up for Law.com while I was at university, but it’s a total surprise to start getting spammed by them as of May 6, 2013. I know I had signed up a long time ago because the postcode is 6041 (this was changed in the 2000s), even if Law.com reckons I last updated my account in 2010 (highly unlikely). And if The Asian Lawyer is something I signed up to all that time ago (despite my never having heard of it—and many of you know how I feel about the word Asian), how come they only began coming on May 6?
A more likely explanation: it’s a new publication and we were all opted in without our permission.
Bad move, law.com.
One month on Dear Google: since you say this site has been clean since April 7, don’t you think it’s about time you lifted your block and stopped banning it? I thought we had it bad with Google’s boycott, but imagine being the owner of this website.
Fox news Who knew?
Wellington isn’t dying—John Key ﬂew into Wellington Airport and misinterpreted what ‘Wellington Terminal’ meant.