Robert Hegyes has passed away, at the age of 60, following a heart attack.
May he rest in peace. He was most well-known for playing the role of Juan Epstein, in Welcome Back, Kotter.Symantec finally figured out they were hacked back in 2006.
Dad has it on his laptop, so he’s removing it now—I’ve never liked them, so I don’t have it on this computer. Comcast kept trying to get me to use it. Pirate Parties International is assembling a list of users that lost data with Megaupload’s shutdown, so that they can form a lawsuit against the FBI.
That’s not the best name ever.Doctor Who Insider ceases publication—issue #9, dated December 2011, was the final one.
You should be able to receive a refund, or transfer your subscription to another Doctor Who magazine.Dimestore Dames spotlights Tabitha Smith.Five official images from The Avengers.New international trailer for Mirror Mirror.The Most Ridiculous Science Fiction Plots From Actual Soap Operas.
Marlena’s possession (which is when I started watching) on Days of Our Lives makes the list—as does Stefano’s satellite mind control plot, using a chip in Hope’s brain. And every single episode of Passions, ever.
From Cracked: 5 Famous People Who Succeeded Long After They Should’ve Quit.
A cargo ship crashed into a bridge last night and took it down—as of now, it’s made Fox News. Nobody was hurt, as from the sound of it, the people just barely made it off before it finally crashed into the water. It’s not the bridge I take to Eddyville, but it looks like it is the bridge I used to take when my family went to Nashville for clothes when I was little. And Dad pointed out that it’s also the bridge he takes as he goes the long road to Louisiana for funerals. So he’s looking through his atlas for other routes, just in case he needs it.
ETA: They're having a press conference on the noon news. It's a 300 foot chunk of bridge that is just gone, and I think they said the military only has enough to stretch across 250 feet for a temporary one. Now that it's not the middle of the night, they can see the extent of the damage and get the inspectors out there. They're trying to assess everything, asking traffic to redirect. And that the people who came to see it for themselves and gawk, please go home.
An AT&T fiber optic cable was attached, and when that portion of bridge was hit and then fell, it knocked out internet for anyone that had it through that portion.