Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Episode 191030 & Show Notes

Hello and welcome to Other Items Of Interest, so good to have you as our guest. This week's show is a doozy, if we may say so ourselves. It all starts with a song about suicide for children and we end up putting ourselves in virtual worlds. In between is the usual strange mix of odd and weird. 

Are there any regrets? Sure, covering the article about Tom de Longe and his To The Stars Academy by ArmyTimes.com in which punctuation was nearly non-existent. Just paragraphs of run-on sentences, one after another. Horrid. Thank you for letting me get that off my chest. 

host, Jack Zablocki
music, Honed Flesh Jet
production, Jim Harrod

Show Notes
Mums' fury after Dulwich primary school plays song about suicide to 11-year-olds - MyLondon

Police: Man high on PCP breaks into Germantown Walmart, uses hair clippers on $2 pumpkin | WBFF

Angus man who tried to fly drone into Perth Prison claimed Romanian circus stole his chihuahua - The Courier

Traffic lights worldwide set to change after Swedish engineer saw red over getting a ticket • The Register

Grandmother, 70, in an open coffin was found to be alive shortly before she was due to be cremated | Daily Mail Online

Australian water rats cut cane toads open with 'surgical precision' to feast on their hearts | World news | The Guardian

Japanese hotel chain sorry that hackers may have watched guests through bedside robots • The Register

Army partners with former Blink-182 founder’s UFO research company to study alien technology

Speed-reading courses in China branded ‘utter nonsense’ | South China Morning Post

The Weird World of ‘Haunted’ eBay: ‘Purchase With Caution’ - The New York Times

What happens if your mind lives for ever on the internet? | Technology | The Guardian

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