August 16th, 2007
Who Was Robin Hood?
The existence of a forest-dwelling altruistic bandit might seem more plausible then a legendary king with a magical sword. However, the hunt for the real-life Robin Hood has turned up entire scrolls of possibilities. For example, candidates include a fugitive in
The growing list of suspects is further complicated as the name "Robin Hood" soon became synonymous with being an outlaw as in the case of William Le Fevre who's surname was later changed to RobeHod, according to medieval court records. His possible identity gets cloudier as later authors of the tales wove more characters such as Prince John and Richard the Lionheart into the story.
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Three nuns were talking. The first nun said, "I was cleaning in Father's room the other day and do you know what I found? A bunch of pornographic magazines." "What did you do?" the other nuns asked. "Well, of course I threw them in the trash." The second nun said, "Well, I can top that. I was in Father's room putting away the laundry and I found a bunch of condoms!" "Oh my!" gasped the other nuns. "What did you do?" they asked. "I poked holes in all of them!" she replied. The third nun fainted.
NASA’s Project Prometheus is developing nuclear power and propulsion technology that are enabling for NASA’s mission to explore the universe and search for life. In addition to the proposed Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter (JIMO) mission, which would be the first space science mission to utilize these technologies, Project Prometheus is sponsoring broad-based research and development efforts for future exploration applications. One such activity is the investigation of high-power, high specific impulse Hall thrusters.
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WWE presents SummerSlam
Live on Pay Per View - August 26 (8 p ET/ 5 p PT)
I think it's gonna be a great show!
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The legendary entertainer, acclaimed as The King, died 30 years ago Today at age 42. In 1971, Presley was named 'One of the Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Nation' by the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce (The Jaycees). He is the only performer to have been inducted into four music 'Halls of Fame': the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1986), the Rockabilly Hall of Fame (1997), the Country Music Hall of Fame (1998), and the
Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau estimated up to 75,000 people would be drawn to town for the anniversary week. The vigil is the most popular and solemn anniversary event in a weeklong string of concerts, dances, movie screenings and other festivities put on by
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