Tulsa Architecture Firm Proposes Tornado-Shaped Tower: A Tulsa, Oklahoma architecture firm has proposed building a controversial tornado-shaped tower that would allow the city’s skyline to pay homage to the massive wind storms that frequently ravage the landscape in the area. When asked if such a large structure would be in danger of being hit by a storm, the architects are quick to point out that its very unlikely tornadoes will attack one of their own kind, especially when there are so many trailer parks around. Now if it were me, I would add a rotating restaurant at the top of the building.
Wine From Sunken Civil War Ship to be Opened: An intact bottle of wine recovered from the wreck of a Confederate Civil War ship that sank in 6-minutes off the coast of Bermuda in 1864 is going to be uncorked and sipped during a food festival in Charleston, South Carolina. My question is how the hell do they know that the ship sank in 6 minutes – was Brian Williams there? And wouldn’t it be more fitting if Geraldo Rivera was the one to open and taste the wine?
Harrison Ford Crashes Plane on Golf Course: According to TMZ and Variety, a small plane piloted by Harrison Ford crash landed on Penmar golf course in Venice, California and Ford was lucky enough to be treated immediately by doctors who happened to be playing golf on the course. Luckily, Ford was wise enough to realize that if he tried landing his disabled plane on a golf course, there’d be scores of doctors immediately available to assist him.
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