WTF! Why are they stirring shit again??...
TODAY (which gave the proper coverage, with a spot-on headline and with a photo from Tempo)
ST (which put its story on a prime page but with a muted headline and with no pic... a busy reader might well have missed the story)
insing.com (which carried a wire report from AFP)
Why 'gallons'? And PUB's reply...
(Hello, mister! We baby boomers excluded from the definition of "pioneer generation" are also familiar with the one-gallon and five-gallon drum containers!)
Okay, it's Friday. Time to get less serious.
Why are they called Brazil nuts if they come from Bolivia?
Why do certain birds fly in a V formation?...
Finally, why is a cockpit a cockpit? When is it a flight deck?
Follow this thread below which started out as a serious query -- "Why is the flight deck called a 'cockpit'?" -- and watch it degenerate into off-colour ribalry!...