Volume 35
A Fun Site created by
Professor William Hillman culled from a daily motivational series
compiled for his BU Education Classes 2000-2009
The daily tech news items have been omitted since many of the stories are now "old news."


An eclectic collection of oddities, humorous anecdotes, weird photos, funny headlines, cartoons, puzzles, inspirational items, jokes, and more. . .  gathered here as a reference repository for speakers, lecturers, teachers, students, writers, or Web travellers just looking for diversion and a bit of levity. 

Trivia Facts
Doggie Commandments
Web's inventor gets a knighthood
Seen on T-Shirts
Canadian Temperature Conversion Chart
New study shatters Internet 'geek' image
Weird Al Yankovic's palindrome song "BOB"
Sing Along Pun
Zen and the Wisdom of Life
Tax Poem
Tax Exempt ~ Author Unknown
Darwin Awards
Top Rock Riff poll

  • The pin that holds a hinge together is called a pintle.
  • The working section of a piano is called the action.
  • The plastic things on the end of shoelaces are called aglets.
  • One that speaks two languages - is bilingual - can be said to be diglot.
  • Ducks are never male. The males of the species are called drakes.
  • The practice of eating insects is called entomophagy.
  • The white part of your fingernail is called the lunula.
  • The back of the human hand is the opisthenar.
  • The central shaft of a bird's feather is called a rachis.
  • The ear-splitting sound produced by the high notes of a bagpipe is called a skirl.
  • Shoemakers are not cobblers. A cobbler is a shoe repairman. A shoemaker is a cordwainer. 

1.  I will not play tug-of-war with Daddy's underwear when he's on the can.
2.  I will remember the garbage collector is NOT stealing our stuff.
3. I will not suddenly stand straight up when I'm lying under the coffee table.
4. I will not roll my toys behind the fridge.
5. I will shake the rainwater out of my fur BEFORE entering the house.
6. I will not eat the cat's food, before, or after, he eats it.
7. I will stop trying to find new places on the carpet when I am about to throw up.
8. I will not throw up in the car.
9. I will not roll on dead things.
10. I will stop considering the cat's litter box as a cookie jar.
11. I will not wake up Mommy by putting my cold, wet nose up her bottom end.
12 . I will not chew my human's toothbrush and not tell them.
13. I will not chew crayons or pens, especially not the red ones, or my people will think that I am hemorrhaging.
14. When in the car, I will not insist on having the window rolled down when it's raining outside.
15. I will not drop soggy tennis balls in the underwear of anyone who is sitting on the can.
16. We do not have a doorbell. Therefore, I will not bark each time I hear one on the television.
17. I will not steal my Mommy's underwear out of the laundry basket and then dance all over the back yard with them.
18. I will remember the sofa is not a face towel and neither are Mommy's & Daddy's laps.
19. I will remember my head does not belong in the refrigerator.
20. I will not bite the officer's hand when he reaches in for Mommy's driver's license and car registration.

Web's inventor gets a knighthood

The inventor of the world wide web, Tim Berners-Lee, has been awarded a knighthood for his pioneering work. Dubbed the "Father of the Web", he came up with a system over 10 years ago to organise, link and browse net pages. The famously modest man said he was "quite an ordinary person", and although it felt strange, he was "honoured". Sir Tim was recently reunited with the machine he used to invent the web when he e-mailed 80 schools from the UN's summit on the information society. The British scientist, who lives in the US, was told he was getting the unexpected Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the New Year honours list a few days ago - by telephone, not by e-mail.


  • Born in London in 1955
  • Studied at Wandsworth's Emanuel School
  • Read physics at Queen's College, Oxford
  • Banned from using the university's computer when he and a friend were caught hacking
  • Built own computer with old TV, a Motorola microprocessor and soldering iron
  • Created web in late 1980s and early 1990s at Cern
  • Offered it free on the net
  • Previously awarded an OBE
  • In 1994 he founded World Wide Web Consortium at MIT
  • In 1999 he became first holder of the 3Com Founders chair
  • Time magazine named him one of the top 20 thinkers of the 20th Century
  • He said he never expected his invention would lead to such an accolade.
  • The physicist created his hypertext program, which was to revolutionise the net, while he was at the particle physics institute, Cern, in Geneva. The computer code he came up with let scientists easily share research findings across a computer network. In the early 1990s, it was dubbed the "world wide web", and is still the basis of the net as we know it. He recently told the BBC World Service's Go Digital programme his invention was "just another program", and that he originally wanted it to help achieve understanding. "The original idea of the web was that it should be a collaborative space where you can communicate through sharing information. "The idea was that by writing something together, and as people worked on it, they could iron out misunderstanding."  Sir Tim said the honour was an acknowledgement that the net was becoming globally powerful, and not just a "passing trend". "There was a time when people felt the internet was another world, but now people realise it's a tool that we use in this world." He added that his knighthood proves what can happen to "ordinary people" who work on things that "happen to work out", like the web. Sir Tim currently heads up the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, where he is now based as an academic.
    Story from BBC NEWS


    1) My husband and I divorced over religious differences. He thought he was God and I didn't!
    2) I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy every minute of it.
    3) I work hard because millions on welfare depend on me!
    4) Some people are alive only because it's illegal to kill them.
    5) I used to have a handle on life, but it broke.
    6) Don't take life too seriously. You won't get out alive.
    7) You're just jealous because the voices only talk to me.
    8) Beauty is in the eye of the beer holder.
    9) Earth is the insane asylum for the universe.
    10) Quoting one is plagiarism. Quoting many is research.
    11) I'm not a complete idiot. Some parts are missing.
    12) Out of my mind. Back in five minutes.
    13) God must love stupid people for he made so many.
    14) The gene pool could use a little chlorine.
    15) It IS as BAD as you think and they ARE out to get you.
    16) I took an IQ test and the results were negative.
    17) Consciousness: that annoying time between naps.
    18) Ever stop to think and forget to start again?
    19) Frankly, Scallop, I Don't Give a Clam (seen on Cape Cod)
    20) Wrinkled Was Not One of the Things I Wanted to Be When I Grew Up.
    21) Procrastinate Now
    22) Rehab Is for Quitters
    23) My Dog Can Lick Anyone
    24) Finally 21 and Legally Able To Do Everything I've Been Doing Since 15
    25) West Virginia: One million people and 15 last names
    26) FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION. It comes bundled with the software.
    28) A journey of a thousand miles begins with a cash advance.
    29) STUPIDITY IS NOT A HANDICAP. Park elsewhere!
    30) They call it PMS because Mad Cow Disease was already taken.
    31) He who dies with the most toys is nonetheless dead.
    32) POLICE STATION TOILET STOLEN ....Cops have nothing to go on.
    33) FOR SALE - Iraqi rifle. Never fired. Dropped once.
    34) The original "point and click interface" was a Smith & Wesson.
    35) A PICTURE IS WORTH A 1000 WORDS, but it uses up a 1000 times the memory.
    36) The Meek shall inherit the earth -- after we're through with it.
    37) Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.
    38) HAM AND EGGS - A day's work for a chicken, a lifetime commitment for a pig.
    39) WELCOME TO TENNESSEE - Set your watch back 20 years.
    40) The trouble with life is there's no background music.


    70 above (23 C)
    Texans turn on the heat and unpack the thermal underwear.
    Canadians go swimming in the Lakes.

    60 above (16 C)
    North Carolinians try to turn on the heat.
    Canadians plant gardens.

    50 above (10 C)
    Californians shiver uncontrollably.
    Canadians sunbathe.

    40 above (5 C)
    Italian & English cars won't start.
    Canadians drive with the windows down.

    32 above
    Distilled water freezes. (0 C)
    Lake Superior's water gets thicker.

    20 above (-5)
    Florida puts on coats, thermal under wear, gloves, and woolly hats.
    Canadians throw on a flannel shirt.

    15 above (-10 C)
    Philadelphia landlords finally turn up the heat.
    Canadians have the last?? Cook out before it gets cold.

    0 degrees (-18 C)
    People in Miami all die...
    Canadians lick the flagpole.

    20 below (-30 C)
    Californians fly away to Mexico.
    Canadians get out their winter coats.

    40 below (-36 C)
    Hollywood disintegrates.
    The Girl Scouts in Canada are selling cookies...door to door.
    And Winnipeggers are still barbecuing

    60 below (-51 C)
    Polar bears begin to evacuate the Arctic.
    Canadian Boy Scouts postpone "Winter Survival" classes until it gets
    cold enough.

    80 below (-63 C)
    Mt. St. Helens freezes.
    Canadians rent some videos.

    100 below (-74 C)
    Santa Claus abandons the North Pole.
    Canadians get frustrated because they can't thaw the beer keg.

    297 below (-184 C)
    Microbial life no longer survives on dairy products.
    Cows in Canada complain about farmers with cold hands.

    460 below (-275 C)
    ALL atomic motion stops (absolute zero in the Kelvin scale).
    People in Winnipeg start saying, "Cold 'nuff for ya?"

    500 below(-297 C)
    Hell freezes over.
    The Leafs win the Stanley Cup

    New study shatters Internet 'geek' image

    LONDON, England (Reuters) --The typical Internet user -- far from being a geek -- shuns television and actively socializes with friends, a study on surfing habits said on Wednesday. The findings of the first World Internet Project report present an image of the average Netizen that contrasts with the stereotype of the loner "geek" who spends hours of his free time on the Internet and rarely engages with the real world.

    Instead, the typical Internet user is an avid reader of books and spends more time engaged in social activities than the non-user, it says. And, television viewing is down among some Internet users by as much as five hours per week compared with Net abstainers, the study added."Use of the Internet is reducing television viewing around the world while having little impact on positive aspects of social life," said Jeffrey Cole, director of the UCLA Center for Communication Policy, the California university that organized the project. "Most Internet users generally trust the information they find online," he wrote via e-mail.

    The findings are derived from surveys of Internet and non-Internet users in 14 countries: the United States, Britain, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Japan, Macao, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, China and Chile.The study does however support some long-established Internet usage trends including the fact that the wealthiest segments of the population are the most avid users and that more men than women surf the Web. But figures vary widely by country. For example, the gender gap is most pronounced in Italy and smallest in Taiwan. According to the study, 41.7 percent of Italian men are online compared to 21.5 percent of Italian women. In Taiwan, the difference is 25.1 percent for men and 23.5 percent for women. The digital divide, a phrase used to describe how poverty impacts Web usage, appears to be tightening around the world, Cole said. In seven of the 12 countries for which the information was available, more than 20 percent of the poorest segment of the population uses the Internet. Sweden, Korea and the U.S. have the highest usage of Internet users among the poor.
    Skeptical Swedes

    The credibility of information published on the Internet also received a surprising boost. Despite the existence of countless spoof Web sites and message boards that carry oddball political rants, more than half of Internet users surveyed said "most or all" of the information they find online is reliable and credible. The most trusting users are in South Korea while Swedes are the biggest skeptics about the veracity of Web news. The Chinese, meanwhile, are among the most active Net socializers. According to the study, Chinese Internet users say they rely on the medium to interact with others who share their political interests, hobbies and faith. "It's more than in any other country and a significant figure for citizens of a nation in which religion is officially banned," the study said of Chinese users' willingness to discuss religion online with others.

    Weird Al Yankovic's song "BOB"
    from his Poodle album  is an entire song composed of  palindromes 
    I, man, am regal -- a German am I
    Never odd or even
    If I had a hi-fi
    Madam, I'm Adam
    Too hot to hoot
    No lemons, no melon
    Too bad I hid a boot
    Lisa Bonet ate no basil
    Warsaw was raw
    Was it a car or a cat I saw?
    Rise to vote, sir
    Do geese see God?
    Do nine men interpret? Nine men, I nod
    Rats live on no evil star
    Won't lovers revolt now?
    Race fast, safe car
    Pa's a sap
    Ma is as selfless as I am
    May a moody baby doom a yam?
    Ah Satan sees Natasha
    No devil lived on
    Lonely Tylenol
    Not a banana baton
    No x in Nixon
    O, stone, be not so
    O Geronimo, no minor ego
    Naomi, I moan
    A Toyota's a Toyota
    A dog, a panic in a pagoda
    Oh, no! Don Ho!
    Nurse, I spy gypsies -- run!
    Senile felines
    Now I see bees I won
    UFO tofu
    We panic in a pew
    Oozy rat in a sanitary zoo
    God! A red nugget! A fat egg under a dog!
    Go hang a salami, I'm a lasagna hog

    Sing Along

    A frog goes into a bank and approaches the teller. He can see from her nameplate that her name is Patricia Whack.
    "Miss Whack, I'd like to get a $30,000 loan to take a holiday."
    Patty looks at the frog in disbelief and asks his name.
    The frog says his name is Kermit Jagger, his dad is Mick Jagger, and that it's okay, he knows the bank manager.
    Patty explains that he will need to secure the loan with some collateral.
    The frog says, "Sure... I have this," and produces a tiny porcelain elephant, about an inch tall, bright pink and perfectly formed.
    Very confused, Patty explains that she'll have to consult with the bank manager and disappears into a back office.
    She finds the manager and says, "There's a frog called Kermit Jagger out there who claims to know you and wants to borrow $30,000, and he wants ! to use this as collateral." She holds up the tiny pink elephant. "I mean, what in the world is this?

    (you're gonna love this).........
    (its a real treat)........
    (a masterpiece).......
    (wait for it).......
    The bank manager looks back at her and says...

    "It's a knickknack, Patty Whack. Give the frog a loan. His old man's a Rolling Stone."


    1. Do not walk behind me, for I may not lead. Do not walk ahead of me, for I may not follow. Do not walk beside me either. Just pretty much leave me thehell alone.
    2. The journey of a thousand miles begins with a broken fan belt and a leaky tire.
    3. It's always darkest before dawn. So if you're going to steal your neighbor's newspaper, that's the time to do it.
    4. Sex is like air -- it's not important unless you aren't getting any.
    5. Don't be irreplaceable. If you can't be replaced, you can't be promoted.
    6. No one is listening until you fart.
    7. Always remember you are unique -- just like everyone else.
    8. Never test the depth of the water with both feet.
    9. If you think nobody cares if you're alive, try missing a couple of car payments.
    10. Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes.That way, when you criticize them, you're a mile away, and you have theirshoes.
    11. If at first you don't succeed, skydiving is not for you.
    12. Give a man a fish, and he will eat for a day. Teach him how to fish, and he will sit in a boat and drink beer all day.
    13. If you lend someone $20 and never see that person again, it was probably worth it.
    14. If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything.
    15. Some days you are the bug; some days you are the windshield.
    16. Don't worry--It only seems kinky the first time.
    17. Good judgment comes from bad experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.
    18. The quickest way to double your money is to fold it in half and put it back in your pocket.
    19. A closed mouth gathers no foot.
    20. Duct tape is like the Force--It has a light side and a dark side, and it holds the universe together.
    21. There are two theories to arguing with women. Neither one works.
    22. Generally speaking, you aren't learning much when your lips are moving.
    23. Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.
    24. Never miss a good chance to shut up.
    25. We are born naked, wet, and hungry, and get slapped on our ass...then things get worse.
    26. Never, under any circumstances, take a sleeping pill and a laxative on the same night.
    27. There is a fine line between "hobby" and "mental illness".
    28. No matter what happens, somebody will find a way to take it too seriously.
    29. There comes a time when you should stop expecting other people to make a big deal about your birthday...around age 11.
    30. Everyone seems normal until you get to know them.


    Tax his land, tax his wage,
    Tax his bed in which he lays.
    Tax his tractor, tax his mule,
    Teach him taxes is the rule.
    Tax his cow, tax his goat,
    Tax his pants, tax his coat.
    Tax his ties, tax his shirts,
    Tax his work, tax his dirt.
    Tax his chew, tax his smoke,
    Teach him taxes are no joke.
    Tax his car, tax his ass
    Tax the roads he must pass.
    Tax his tobacco, tax his drink,
    Tax him if he tries to think.
    Tax his booze, tax his beers,
    If he cries, tax his tears.
    Tax his bills, tax his gas,
    Tax his notes, tax his cash.
    Tax him good and let him know
    That after taxes, he has no dough.
    If he hollers, tax him more,
    Tax him until he's good and sore.
    Tax his coffin, tax his grave,
    Tax the sod in which he lays.
    Put these words upon his tomb,
    "Taxes drove me to my doom!"
    And when he's gone, we won't relax,
    We'll still be after the inheritance tax!

    Tax Exempt ~ Author Unknown

    The assessor approached with weary tread
    And knocked at a farmhouse door,
    "Not much value here," he said,
    The surroundings looked very poor,

    The room he entered was cozy and warm,
    The couple were aged and gray,
    From his portfolio he selected a form
    And said in a business way,

    "I'm here to appraise your property, sir,
    To determine your wealth, you see.
    I'm the assessor, I might infer,
    Will you answer some questions for me?''

    "Oh, we have great riches," they quickly replied,
    Their faces aglow with bliss,
    The assessor awaited with pencil poised
    Waiting the items to list.

    "Our mutual love we value quite high,
    It began such a long time ago;
    Each passing year has strengthened the tie,
    That increases the value, you know.

    Our health is more precious than silver and gold,
    The Master has been very kind;
    We enjoy each day as it comes and goes,
    While so many in illness repine.

    "We've quite a fortune in relics, too,
    Any price you would name would be small:
    A soft golden curl, a little worn shoe,
    And the fingerprints there on the wall.

    We've a special interest in heaven, too,
    She departed this life at three,
    A jewel in heaven with value true,
    That's quite an asset, you see.''

    The astonished assessor squirmed in his shoes
    (He was finding it hard to relax),
    "They truly have great riches,'' he mused,
    "But not one thing I can tax.''

    "We have no possessions," they calmly explained,
    "To lock in a vault of steel,
    Possessions and riches are different, you see,
    Our riches, the things that we feel.

    There's one more that is quite vital,
    You may be a little surprised,
    We hold a blood bought title,
    To a mansion in the skies.''

    The puzzled assessor bowed himself out
    In utter exasperation,
    The richest couple he had ever known
    Were entirely exempt from taxation.


    Yes, it's that time once again. The Oscars, Emmys, Grammys and even the  Razzies have all been handed out. There is only one set of awards left to confer for this year: The Darwin Awards. For those not familiar with the Darwin Award, it's an annual honor bestowed upon those unfortunate souls who did their part to purify the world-wide human gene pool in the most extraordinarily stupid
    ways. As always, competition this year has been keen.

    Let's meet the candidates:

    Windsor, ONT - Police say Daniel Kolta, 27, and Randy Taylor, 33, died in a head-on collision in February, thus earning a tie in the game of chicken they were playing with their snowmobiles.

    Detroit, MI - In September, a 41-year-old man got stuck and drowned in two feet of water after squeezing head first through an 18-inch-wide sewer grate to retrieve his car keys.

    San Francisco, CA - In October, a 49-year-old stockbroker who "totally zoned when he ran" according to friends, accidentally jogged off a 100-foot-high cliff on his daily run.

    Buxton, NC - A man died on a beach when an 8-foot-deep hole he had dug into the sand caved in as he sat inside it. Beach-goers said Daniel Jones, 21, dug the hole for fun, or protection from the wind, and had been sitting in a beach chair at the bottom Thursday afternoon when it collapsed, burying him beneath 5 feet of sand. People on the beach, on the outer banks, used their hands and shovels, trying to claw their way to Jones, a resident of Woodbridge, VA, but could not reach him. It took rescue workers using heavy equipment almost an hour to free h im while about 200 people looked on. Jones was pronounced dead at a hospital.

    Lompoc, CA - In February, Santiago Alvarado, 24, was killed as he fell face-first through the ceiling of a bicycle shop he was burglarizing. Death was caused when the long flashlight he had placed in his mouth (to keep his hands free) rammed into the base of his skull as he hit the floor.

    Dahlonega, GA - According to police, ROTC cadet Nick Berrena, 20, was stabbed to death in January by fellow cadet Jeffrey Hoffman, 23, who was trying to prove that a knife could not penetrate the flak vest Berrena was wearing.

    Selbyville, DE - Sylvester Briddell, Jr., 26, was killed in February when he won a bet with friends who said he would not put a revolver loaded with four bullets into his mouth and pull the trigger.

    Despite their best efforts to the contrary, sometimes those who swim in the shallow end of the gene pool manage to escape the grim reaper. To those who cheated death we grant the DARWIN AWARD HONORABLE MENTIONS:

    Guthrie, OK - In October, Jason Heck tried to kill a millipede with a shot from his .22 caliber rifle, but the bullet ricocheted off a rock near the hole and hit pal Antonio Martinez in the head, fracturing his skull.

    Elyria, OH - Also in October, Martyn Eskins, attempting to clean out cobwebs in his basement, declined to use a broom in favor of a propane torch and caused a fire that burned the first and second floors of his house.

    Andover Township, NJ - Paul Stiller, 47, was hospitalized and his wife Bonnie was also injured, when a quarter-stick of dynamite blew up in their car. While driving around at 2 AM, the bored couple lit the dynamite and tried to toss it out the window to see what would happen, but apparently failed to notice the window was closed.

    This year's RUNNER UP:

    Tacoma, WA - Kerry B ingham had been drinking with several friends when one of them said he knew a person who had bungee-jumped from the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in the middle of traffic. The conversation grew more heated and at least 10 men trooped along the walkway of the bridge at 4:30 am. Upon arrival at the midpoint of the bridge they discovered that no one had brought a bungee rope.

    Bingham, who had continued drinking, volunteered and pointed out that a coil of lineman's cable lay nearby. One end of the cable was secured around Bingham's leg and the other end was tied to the bridge. His fall lasted 40 feet before the cable tightened and tore his foot off at the ankle. He miraculously survived his fall into the icy river water and was rescued by two nearby fishermen. "All I can say "said Bingham, "is that God was watching out for me on that night." "There's just no other explanation for it. " Bingham's foot was never located.
    (drumroll, please)


    Paderborn, GERMANY - Overzealous zookeeper Friedrich Riesfeldt fed his constipated elephant Stefan 22 doses of animal laxative and more than a bushel of berries, figs and prunes before the plugged-up pachyderm finally let fly, and suffocated the keeper under 200 pounds of poop.

    Investigators say the ill-fated Friedrich, 46, was attempting to give the ailing elephant an olive oil enema when the relieved beast unloaded on him. "The sheer force of Stefan's unexpected defecation knocked Mr. Riesfeldt to the ground, where he struck his head on a rock and lay unconscious as the elephant continued to evacuate his bowels on top of him," said flabbergasted Paderborn police detective Erik Dern. "With no one there to help him, he lay under all that dung for at least an hour before a watchman came along, and during that time he suffocated. It seems to be just one of those freak accidents."    Shit happens. 

    Top Rock Riff poll

    Top of the poll: Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose
    Guns N' Roses' anthem Sweet Child O' Mine has the greatest guitar riff ever, according to a poll in a music monthly.
    Total Guitar magazine's readers put it in top place, ahead of Nirvana's grunge anthem Smells Like Teen Spirit.

    Led Zeppelin's Whole Lotta Love came third, followed by Deep Purple's Smoke On The Water.

    Total Guitar editor Scott Rowley said: "To a new generation of guitarists, Guns N' Roses are more thrilling than the Sex Pistols."

    He added: "This poll shows the so-called canon of classic rock - the Led Zeppelins, Eric Claptons, Jimi Hendrix - is as popular as ever, but being added to all the time.

    "Riffs are an interesting measure of people's tastes because they're usually easy to play and very catchy - they're the hook of the song."

    The magazine's last poll, conducted five years ago, saw Led Zeppelin's Whole Lotta Love top the list, followed by Smoke On The Water and Layla, recorded by Eric Clapton as Derek and the Dominoes.

    More than 2,000 readers took part in the poll.

    The top 20 riffs:

    1. Sweet Child O' Mine - Guns N' Roses
    2. Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
    3. Whole Lotta Love - Led Zeppelin
    4. Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple
    5. Enter Sandman - Metallica
    6. Layla - Derek & The Dominoes/Eric Clapton
    7. Master Of Puppets - Metallica
    8. Back In Black - AC/DC
    9. Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) - Jimi Hendrix
    10. Paranoid - Black Sabbath
    11. Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne
    12. All Right Now - Free
    13. Plug In Baby - Muse
    14. Black Dog - Led Zeppelin
    15. Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love - Van Halen
    16. Walk This Way - Aerosmith w Run DMC
    17. Sunshine Of Your Love - Cream
    18. No-One Knows - Queens Of The Stone Age
    19. Paradise City - Guns N' Roses
    20. Killing In The Name - Rage Against The Machine

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