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Russia’s Drunk-Driving Law Amended To Allow One For The Road

Frank Sinatra once sang about “one for his baby and one more for the road.” He would have found solace in Russia, where now one drink before taking the wheel is permitted. Read on, but watch out for that wavy line.

Christian Dior Gets On The Luxury Mobile Phone Bandwagon

What is one of the world’s most famous fashion houses up to these days? It isn’t a new sequined formal wonder, but rather a new line of Luxury Mobile Phones destined for distribution in China and Russia. Read on, although it may cost you!

Russia’s Daring Voyage to the Bottom of the World's Deepest Lake

This summer marks an age of further discovery for two Russian submersibles seeking to measure the maximum depth of the world’s deepest lake. Read all about Siberia’s unique Lake Baikal aka Russia’s national treasure.

Russian Drug May Be Breakthrough for Alzheimer's Patients

Is there finally some hope for the victims of Alzheimer’s Disease? There well may be thanks to a Russian-made drug known as Dimebon. Read on for the details.

Russia’s New Unauthorized Computer Access Protection Device

The processing of three-dimensional images aimed to raise a computer’s level of protection from unauthorized access is now a Russian reality. Read on, but watch out for that camera!

Russia’s Naval Grenade Launchers: Shiver Everyone’s Timbers!

The colorful age of bearded pirates in velvet brocade and knee high boots sweeping the decks of Spanish galleons laden with gold may well be a thing of the past, but sea piracy is a real threat today and Russia’s top arms producer is fighting back. Read and…keep your distance!

Computer-Controlled Coffee Roasters: Control-Shift-R = Roast!

This stunningly elaborate device is truly the epitome of our highly computerized world. Read on and… roast some coffee.

Fair Share Cake Plates: Have Your Cake and Eat It Too!

Do diplomacy and table manners fly out the window when it comes time to negotiate equitable dessert portions? Read on and discover that even though all has been fair in love and war for some time, fair play has now spread to the division of most chocolate things.

Spain’s Electronic Wine Taster: Ultimate Quality Control

Did you know that you could become an instant wine expert without even having to taste liquor? Read on if you have your doubts, and read on even if you don’t.

Wake N’ Bacon Alarm Clocks: When Ringing Won’t Do The Job

Are you one of those who simply can’t get up in the morning? Maybe all you need is a little incentive, like the smell of bacon wafting through your bedroom? Read on, but watch your cholesterol.

Kotobukiya’s LightSaber Chopsticks: A Sight For Sore Jedis

At the recent Star Wars Celebration Japan, a huge event marking the 30th anniversary of the Japanese Star Wars premiere, a Japanese manufacturer unveiled the coolest chopsticks ever created. Read on and learn all about these utensils with seemingly magical powers!

Dave’s Adjustable Hot Sauce: Palettes Afire

Sauce hot enough to knock your pants off has finally arrived. You have been waiting a long time, we know, for the ability to adjust the hot sauce for your french fries, chili, or whatever. Read on and stand back, but not necessarily in that order.

Snack Lovers Rejoice: Cancer Chemical Reduction Slated for Chips and Fries

A 2005 lawsuit involving the state of California and four major food manufacturers has resulted in a reduction in the levels of cancer-causing chemicals in their snack products over the next three years. Read on and learn more about this “victory for public health.”

Chocolate Flying Pigs From Vosges: Do They Really Fly?

Chocolate Flying Pigs dressed in bacon may seem like an aberration, but that’s only if you don’t know about Vosges’ new chocolate concoction designed to delight lovers of both chocolate and bacon everywhere. Read on for the sizzling and very smoky details.

RabMixers by Ming Tong: It’s Not Easter, But…Why Not?

By and large, hand mixers are usually pretty boring, n’est ce pas? Well, hang on because the RabMixer is not only unusual, it is truly adorable! Read on and Hello Kitty, move over!

The Original Octabong: No More Boring Beer Parties

Racing beers against one another, or beer bonging as it is known among the collegiate set, is a party practice that has been around at least since the 1960s (sober records discount earlier claims). If you have never heard of beer bonging, read on. If you have, do the same.

Does Loud Bar Music Increase Drinking Patterns?

Researchers claim that bar patrons tend to drink faster and more heavily when the music that surrounds them is loud. Is this so or is it merely an attempt to block out the music from all thought processes? Read on, but stay…sober.

Spanish Melons That Taste Like Lemons: Will Wonders Never Cease?

It took twelve years to create this melon that tastes like a lemon. Instead of asking why, if you live in the UK, try to track them down, as they will soon be available. If you live elsewhere, read on anyway for all the tasty details.

The World of School Lunches: Some New Lessons Learned?

Are our children in for some new luncheon surprises when they return to school this fall? You betcha! Read on, and try to be prepared!

Index Chopping Boards: Brilliance, Practicality and Simplicity

More often than not, brilliant ideas are very simple. These innovative Index Chopping Boards designed by Damian Evans of Element Design fill the bill exactly. Read on for more germ-free details.