Donald Trump’s campaign brain freeze, confusing 9/11 with 7-Eleven, left many New Yorkers feeling frostier than a super-sized Slurpee.
In this week's episode, EconTalk host Russ Roberts chats with physicist and transhumanism skeptic Richard Jones about nanotechnology, life extension, and the perils and promise of technology. Are you a techno-optimist? Would you cryogenically...Show More Summary
“What the eye fears, the hands do” could apply to this baby, whose parents gave him ice-cream for the first time.
In the middle of summer, no less One lucky Michigan town will have the pleasure of scooping up 2,640 delicious feet of ice cream this summer, when a local ice cream shop attempts to break the Guinness World Record for "longest ice cream...Show More Summary
Look, I know it’s FREEZING in New York right now. My very face nearly cracked and FELL OFF yesterday. But unless her brain is frozen, there is no excuse for this as a whole: Wait. ONE excuse: These are actually her jammies, and her house slippers, and she rolled over to this event wrapped in Read More...
Last week, Simon Davis wrote to me with questions about this cryonic brain preservation technique, which has now been published as How to Freeze Your Brain and Live Forever (Maybe). Unfortunately, my comments did not make it into the story, because, Simon politely explained, there are length restrictions and perhaps, I assume, also because my…
From hiccups to brain freeze, you’re intimately familiar with many strange things your body does. The reason why these things happen, however, is a bit more elusive.
[Guess no one else is gonna shovel the driveway, so it’s up to me! But this is giving me a killer brain freeze. Man, it’s only January 1st, too.] (Tastefully Offensive.)Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Sqwerl, The White Death is upon us
A company called Humai claims that it may be able to resurrect dead people by freezing brains and using artificial intelligence technology to support placing the “dead” brain in a cyborg body and regrowing the brain using stem cells....Show More Summary
Scott Kelly & Bruce Lamont @ Funhouse - 11/19/15 (photo via Ernest Natur) NJ punks Crazy & the Brains are always up to something. We just posted their new "Brain Freeze" video and tour dates, including a show with Negative...
"Slow and steady wins the race." Those words continued flooding my brain. One, two, three people, "slow and steady," as I passed another one. Barbed wire, wind and pelting rain, freezing cold ice water; yet all I heard was "slow and steady." Mud, thick mud swallowing my shoes. Show More Summary
by Andrew Sacher photo: Crazy & the Brains at Baby's in January (more by Amanda Hatfield) NJ punks Crazy & the Brains are releasing a new single called "Brain Freeze" on November 25 and we've got the premiere of the...
Wanna see a Sea Otter get a brain freeze? Of course you do. Thanks to Emily S. for the Cheezburger gif. It’s 5pm PT……so say it with us—TGIF! Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Sea Otters, TGIF
Looks like Chris Brown's baby Royalty has taken a break from school and is spending her allotted time with daddy this month. Chris shared an adorable photo of Royalty drinking a frozen heavily sugared drink. Take a look:
I HAVEN’T SIGNED UP FOR THIS, BUT I HAVE A NUMBER OF FRIENDS WHO HAVE: Brain Freeze: Those looking to cheat death turn to cryonics — being frozen in liquid nitrogen — to one day live again.
(Ice Cream Shop | AB, Canada) Ice Cream Shop | AB, Canada Categories: Extra Stupid Food & Drink Tags: Ice Cream Shop Ice Cream Shop | AB, Canada(We are an ice cream shop but we have a selection of frozen yogurt and lactose-free ice cream...Show More Summary
(Restaurant, Outdoors | WA, USA) Restaurant, Outdoors | WA, USA Categories: Bizarre Health & Body Tags: OutdoorsRestaurant Restaurant, Outdoors | WA, USA(It is fall so it’s chilly but not freezing outside.) Me: wearing muscle shirt and shorts Customer: “You must be warm blooded!” (Read more...)
Wales produced a performance of belief, guts and fight to beat an England side undone by 'brain freeze', says Tom Fordyce.