It’s week 11 for us Fantasy Football players. In case you need some help with your lineup, we’ll talk to our street expert to tell us who to play and who to bench, so listen up this morning for some tips...I am also still giving away passes to the Hana Hou Picture Show Screening of “Big Trouble in Little China,” starring Kurt Russell and Kim Cattrall, for Wednesday, November 20th at 10 pm at Consolidated Ward Theatres.
According to Mashable.com, Google has a new patent on a neck tattoo that would help you with using your smartphone. Don't worry, it's not tribal. The tattoo would primarily serve as an alternate microphone so that if you were in a noisy restaurant, the person you’re speaking to would still be able to clearly hear you. Sounds great but before you start running off to the Google tattoo parlor, you should also know that this tattoo also can work as a lie detecting device. I guess it can pick up on what happens to your skin when you’re lying. So unless you want to come clean about telling your wife you were working late, when really you were watching the game with your buddies … might wanna think twice before embracing this new technology. Read more [here] in case you missed it.
To promote the upcoming 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, subway stations in Moscow have added these impressive new machines which allow passengers to do 30 squats for a train ticket. Pretty genius idea, right? Paying for your ticket with exercise. With our new rail system in the future, I wonder if they’ll ever do something like that. I wonder how many burpees it would take for a free ride from Ewa Beach to Ala Moana. I’m might just end up paying for the ticket. Depends if I’m hungover. Missed the story this morning? Read it [here].
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