Kirk Douglas on a slide at another playground he donated.
Great guy, but if I saw him hanging around at my playground, I would be inclined to back away slowly.
I love stories about Cancer-Sniffing dogs (that can identify through smell alone whether you have cancer).
But it makes me wonder what if… you have one of these dogs and you bring it over to a friends house and they make a few inadvertant sniffs as a normal dog does.
Imagine a bunch of hypochondriach women sitting around in a New York suburb and you walk it with you cancer sniffing dog. The dog goes to the first lady and sniffs her boobs (which she inadvertantly rubbed up against the refrigerator door where some pate was stored). Oh my lord! I have breast cancer!
And another dog sniffs another lady’s hair (which was being played with that morning by the house cat). Oh my god! I have a brain cancer!
And lastly the dog gives another lady a thorough snoot of the behind for a good full 20 seconds (as dogs indeed do a lot of ).
I mean really, can’t a dog sniff any more?
Interpol confirms authenticity of Raúl Reyes's computer files
The information found in the computers of the deceased leader of the rebel Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC), Raúl Reyes, was not manipulated by Colombian authorities, according to an Interpol's report to be released next May 15, as disclosed by Bogota El Tiempo daily newspaper.
The report stated that a committee comprising computer science experts from Korea, Australia, and Singapore working for the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) completed last May 2 the investigation into the three computers found in Reyes' camp in Ecuador, Efe reported.
"The first finding was that Reyes' files were not manipulated and that security agencies and citizens who had the computer in their hands kept them safe," the Colombian newspaper stated.