Thursday, December 30, 2010

The worsening journalistic disgrace at Wired

Just stumbled upon this article about how the Senior Editor at Kevin Poulsen is allegedly holding back evidence(chat logs)because he is friends with the government informant in the case Adrian Lamo.

The worsening journalistic disgrace at Wired

Geraldine Doyle aka Rosie The Riveter has passed

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The woman whose face inspired the female workforce in the USA during World War II has passed away she was 86.

French Model Isabelle Caro who campaigned against anorexia dead at 28

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The french Model Isabelle Caro who campaigned against anorexia is dead at 28.She died November 17 in France.

Kanye West's Monster video leaked featuring ft. Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj & Bon Iver

Explicit Lyrics

Report: KG has a pulled calf muscle NBA facts and rumors blog is reporting that KG has a pulled calf muscle which could have him miss a couple weeks but is a lot less serious than a knee injury.
Link to full story below.

NBA facts and rumors blog,KG injury

Patriots Dan Connolly sets record for return by a Lineman

Kid Frank's #1 highlight of the Patriots regular season.

Interactive Movie Lets You Change the Plot

"Have you ever loved a movie but hated its ending? Maybe that couple should have gotten back together, or that character shouldn’t have died. Now, a new technology could let you decide the twists of a movie’s plot seamlessly while you watch it."
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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Jack Johnson "At or With Me" Video with Andy Samberg

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Help out a "starving artist" she just asking for $3.00

Her name is Katrina, she graduated from Art school in May, paid her own way. Her car died just as she was about to graduate. She has many job offers but cannot get to them without wheels. She is one of the nicest people around and would give you the shirt off her back. Giving this money would be a great way to pay it forward, when she makes it as an artist and she will, your $3.00 will be multiplied exponentially in helping others.
All you have to do is click on the link below.All Chipin transactions are processed through Paypal,so as you know it is completely safe.
I have also provided a link to her art & illustration Facebook page below if you would like to hire her to photograph your event.

Katrina Davis Photo Illustration page

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Crazy New York City tow truck driver destroys SUV

The F word is used a couple of times, so turn the volume down if you don't want to hear it.Things really get going around 1:10 mark in the video.

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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Sugarloaf Maine chair lift derails and drops skiers

A chair lift at Maine's second biggest ski resort derailed and then dropped six people to the ground 25-30 feet below. Two hundred plus people were stranded for up to an hour and a half. All injuries were non life threatening.
Link to story below.

NH WMUR Channel 9 story/video

The Pet Bunny-Rabbit?

Kid Frank

My stepdad, John , is really into trains.

Seriously. He's got an insane model train layout in the basement, with just enough room for the washer and dryer in the corner. The rest is all trains.

He also subscribes to Model Train magazine, and, when we were all younger, he would stop the car on the way to just about anwhere, because he wanted to take pictures of some train-related damned thing. We were damn thrilled. Every damn time. I promise.

So, one time, when I was about 11, we stopped at a railyard of some sort that was in or near Dover, NH. (Memory's a bit fuzzy now.) And we noticed, down in the turntable, there was little white bunny hopping along, looking like it needed help. (By 'turntable', by the way, I don't mean 'record player.' In railroad terms, a turntable is a big circular pit, about as deep as a swimming pool, with a sort of 'bridge' running through the middle; Basically the idea is to connect a train from one track to another, at one of these places.)

For some reason, I was volunteered to be dropped down into this pit, to rescue the bunny. Thinking about it now, this bunny was very easy to catch. I just picked it up, just like your cat at home. No biting or scratching; Kind of odd.

I was pulled back up, and we let the bunny go. And as this bunny hopped away into the woods, John said, 'Geez, I hope that wasn't someone's pet, and he put it down there for the day, to keep it safe??'

I hoped so too, because that bunny was gone. This railyard and turntable are now gone, too, according to John. Only the memory remains.

I hope the bunny was OK.


Monday, December 27, 2010

Blizzard 2010 time lapse video

December 2010 Blizzard Timelapse from Michael Black on Vimeo.

Guy builds air-powered Star Trek style door in his house

Yarmouth Port, MA man killed by bus at Disney World

Robert Krueger, 69 of Yarmouth Port, MA was struck and killed by a Walt Disney World bus at the Port Orleans resort Sunday afternoon.
Full story below.

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Sunday, December 26, 2010

Woburn, MA Police Officer shot and killed in Kohl's robbery

A Woburn Police Officer has been shot and killed during a robbery of the jewelery counter at a Kohl's department store.
Full story below.

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Singer Teena Marie dead at 54

Teena Marie was died of Grand Mal seizure in her sleep last night, she was 54.
Full Story below.

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Shadi's Restaurant fire in Methuen (Update)(Video)

Well-known restaurant burns down:

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Shadi's Restaurant in Methuen destroyed by fire

Shadi's restaurant in Methuen was " A complete loss" after 2 alarm fire was discovered burning at about 8AM this morning.
Eagle Tribune link below.

Eagle Tribune story

Thursday, December 23, 2010

The Absolute Worst Two Christmas Presents I Ever Bleeping Got

Kid Frank
Contributor: Devon

People always start these things by saying 'Now that I'm older...'

Of course you're older. You're either older, or you're dead. Period.

Well, I am older. And I have come to realize that there's really no such thing as a 'bad' Christmas, birthday, or other-occasion gift. Any gift is something somebody wanted you to have. If it was a that bad a mismatch, get to know that person better, for later on. Work on that stuff.

Having said that, there are times when things just go horribly wrong.

Example 1: I was about 11, and my Dad decided to give my brother and I a thing called a 'Hermit Crab Lab' for Christmas. Basically, it's the same thing you see in every mall these days: Plastic tank with a vented top, some sand in the bottom, extra shells for the crabs to move in and out of, as is their nature.

We will never know why; maybe it was a little too much Absolut Christmas cheer, but, Dad and his girlfriend (at the time) made the decision to leave the Crab Lab in the trunk of the car overnight, on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately, the Crab Lab came with two actual live crabs, neither of whom were prepared or knowledgeaible enough to survive a New England winter evening in the trunk of a car.

So, Christmas morning, it's time to open presents, and, well, I should point out here that we have an older sister too. who wasn't included in the Crab Lab experience. Perhaps giving your teenage daughter crabs on Christmas morning is considered 'bad form', in some places?? I mean, this IS New Hampshire, but, come on, right??

Anyway, we're opening stuff, mostly AC/DC and Kiss cassette tapes and maybe some socks, and then it's time to open the Crab Lab. Long story short, the crabs simply didn't make it. We opened a box of cold hard reality, that morning, and never forgot it. Eventually a trip to the pet store got us some new recruits for the Lab, who lived for about 6 weeks. Basically, hermit crabs are giant bugs that live in a shell, and they're just not that interesting. I'd rather have a lava lamp, to be quite honest.

Example 2: My Mom, to the very last Christmas we still had her, always made sure we had a full stocking on Christmas morning. The strange thing was, as she got older, she seemed to get more and more of her stocking stuffers at CVS; We'd all get up bright and early on Christmas morning, and basically dump out a pile of lotion, shaving cream, deoderent, shampoo, and after shave, with a pouch of chocolate coins. We still can't figure out, to this day, what she was trying to tell us.

There was one year, though, that she really outdid herself, and decided it would be useful for us all to have our own thermometers. The only problem was, she grabbed them off the shelf, not realizing they were actually infant rectal thermometers. And on Christmas morning, as we all basically laughed our asses off, Mom collected these thermometers, and told us that this was the end of the subject. She didn't want to hear another word. Ever.

My stepfather, John, pointed out that it was already too late: This incident would be thrust into the 'annals' of our family Christmas history.

And so, as we all get older, try and remember that Christmas isn't about what you want, but what other people thought you should have. And be thankful nobody ever gave you a dead crab or a butt thermometer.

Merry Christmas and take care. I love you all, from the bottom of my pond!

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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

TurBaconEpic , five birds cooked in a pig (Video)

This might quite possibly be the best meal ever.

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Monday, December 20, 2010

Four Salem NH Churches unite for Christmas Eve service at Salem High

Four Salem NH churches have united together to hold a Christmas Eve service. The service will begin 6:00 PM and end around 7:00 PM.
Pastor Bryan Larson of Greater Salem Vineyard had this say " I am excited about 'Hope for the Holidays', the joint Christmas Eve service. God gave me the vision for this service only about eight weeks ago. It amazed me that four evangelical churches were willing to either lay aside their individual plans to provide the Greater Salem area with a celebration of Christmas for the whole community. Come join us as we celebrate Christ's birth."

Greater Salem Vineyard

Disclosure:I am a member Greater Salem Vineyard

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Mindset X opening for Hinder & Saving Abel @ The Armory

If you want to help support local band Mindset X, you can buy tickets directly from them at:

This is how the music business works, in case you didn't know. They have a certain amount of tickets they as a band need to sell. So go see a great show. I have seen Hinder and they put on a great show plus you get to see Mindset X.

Julian Assange interupts Mark Zuckerberg on SNL (Video)

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Report: Zach Greinke traded to Brewers

Bernies Crew is reporting:

The Kansas City Royals have traded pitcher Zack Greinke and SS Yuniesky Betancourt to the Milwaukee Brewers. The deal will send pitcher Jeremy Jefress, center fielder Lorenzo Cain and short stop Alcides Escobar to Kansas City.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Amazing Marching Band Formation! (Video)

What's your opinion of Julian Assange? Terrorist or Journalist?

So what do you think of Julian Assange is he a terrorist or journalist? That is where I will leave it at, as I feel I would be swaying people either way. Just want to have a civilized conversation about this guy. Take a minute add to the debate.

Parrot sings "Let the Bodies hit the floor" (Video)

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Red Sox sign former Chisox reliever Bobby Jenks

The Red Sox have reportedly signed former White Sox closer Bobby Jenks for 2yrs/$12 mil. In addition they have signed 2004 World Champion Lenny Dinardo and are making it known that they are willing to trade Papelbon.

White Sox outfielder Maglio Ordonez has resigned with the White Sox.

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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Red Sox to trade for Phillies Joe Blanton? (Update)

98.5 the sports hub is reporting the Red Sox have traded for Phillies pitcher Joe Blanton. Blanton was 9-6 with a 4.82 ERA last season.

Fox Sports Ken Rosenthal is reporting the deal has not been finalized yet.

Details to follow.

Cliff Lee signs with Phillies

Cliff Lee has signed a 5 yr/$120 million deal with the Philadelphia Phillies. Lee returns to the team he pitched for in the 2009 World Series.

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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Video of Metrodome roof collapse, AWESOME!!

Vikings / Giants game to be played in Detroit

Vikings / Giants game to be played at Ford Field in Detroit Monday 12/12 @ 7:20 eastern.

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Roof of Metrodome has collapsed under heavy snow (Update w/ Pic)

The already rescheduled Giants and Vikings game is up in the air again, as the roof of the Hubert Humphrey Metrodome has collapsed under heavy Snow. No injuries have been reported. The NFL has not made an announcement about where and when the game will be played. Mike Ditka said on ESPN's Sportscenter that "maybe they will move the game to New York?". The roof has collapsed three times before in the 8o's. Kidfrank will update once an announcement about the game is made.


Thursday, December 9, 2010

Holy schnikes, Red Sox sign Carl Crawford

Four days after acquiring Adrian Gonzalez via trade the Boston Red Sox have pulled another coup in signing the best position player on the market. The deal came together late last night as the Angels had already offered Crawford 7yrs/$108mil and he had dined with Yankees GM Brian Cashman on Tuesday. Theo Epstein notorious in his penny pinching ways broke open his wallet and put it all out there offering Crawford 7yrs/$142mil and he took it.

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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Jets get great send off!

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Thanks Paul!


Monday, December 6, 2010

Adrian Gonzalez trade done,thank God. (commentary)

What a roller coaster ride for Red Sox fans this weekend. From the surprise(you knew they had to do something) news Friday night into Saturday morning that they had traded three top prospects for sought after slugger Adrian Gonzalez.It felt like the clock was rewinding to the pre-2004 years when during the late NFL games we hear that the deal is off. Just like the old days we could be crushed almost daily by Sox news.But in the end we got him, technically just for one year. Word on the street is the Red Sox are waiting For opening day to announce a 7 year between $150-164 million deal, to avoid the luxury tax for this season.

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Sunday, December 5, 2010

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Adrian Gonzalez trade to Boston is off

The Red Sox and representatives for Gonzalez could not come to a contract agreement by MLB's Sunday deadline. So the deal is off for now.

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Saturday, December 4, 2010

Yankees sign Jeter

The New York Yankees and Derek Jeter have agreed on a 3yr/$51 million contract. SI's Jon Heyman reports that Jeter talked to five other teams and never considered leaving the Yankees.

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Red Sox acquire Padres 1B Adrian Gonzales

Red Sox have traded for San Diego Padres slugger Adrian Gonzales. The Padres receive
three of the Red Sox top ten prospects Casey Kelley,Anthony Rizzo and Raymond Fuentes.


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Friday, December 3, 2010

Adam Sandler Hannukah Song

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Boston/Southern NH Headlines

Boston Weather
Friday:Cloudy, High 41/Low 31

Saturday:Partly Sunny, High 41/Low 29

Sunday:Cloudy, High 38/Low 29


Savard makes triumphant return as Bruins trash Tampa Bay


New Hampshire set to surpass Maine in population


Mark Wahlberg movie "The Fighter" magnificent potrayal of local boxer


Thursday, December 2, 2010

Varitek signs one year deal with Bosox

Varitek signs with Sox, one year/$2 million.

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NASA has discovered new life form on earth

NASA has made an announcement that they have discovered an organism like no other seen on earth.

" "The definition of life has just expanded," said Ed Weiler, NASA's associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate at the agency's Headquarters in Washington. "As we pursue our efforts to seek signs of life in the solar system, we have to think more broadly, more diversely and consider life as we do not know it."

This finding of an alternative biochemistry makeup will alter biology textbooks and expand the scope of the search for life beyond Earth. The research is published in this week's edition of Science Express.

Carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and sulfur are the six basic building blocks of all known forms of life on Earth. Phosphorus is part of the chemical backbone of DNA and RNA, the structures that carry genetic instructions for life, and is considered an essential element for all living cells.

Phosphorus is a central component of the energy-carrying molecule in all cells (adenosine triphosphate) and also the phospholipids that form all cell membranes. Arsenic, which is chemically similar to phosphorus, is poisonous for most life on Earth. Arsenic disrupts metabolic pathways because chemically it behaves similarly to phosphate.

"We know that some microbes can breathe arsenic, but what we've found is a microbe doing something new -- building parts of itself out of arsenic," said Felisa Wolfe-Simon, a NASA Astrobiology Research Fellow in residence at the U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park, Calif., and the research team's lead scientist. "If something here on Earth can do something so unexpected, what else can life do that we haven't seen yet?" "

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Talking cats playing patty-cake, totally hilarious (Video)

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Great shirts for good Americans

Here is a way to make those TSA agents uncomfortable.Remind them of the 4th amendment.

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Oriole outfielder Felix Pie goes nuts in winter league game

Kid lays on track, DO NOT ATTEMPT


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Salem Christmas Tree lighting rescheduled

The Salem, NH Christmas tree lighting on the Town Common has been rescheduled to 6:30PM
Thursday December 2, 2010.

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