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95%VideoJun 2009

Jason Wood - Genetically Modified Orgasms!

Australian Liberal backbencher Jason Wood trips over words when talking about the need for the government to conduct a review into genetically modified organisms and the safety of GM foods


93%PictureSep 2009

Mum joins Facebook in bid to contact son

Greg tries to put her straight


93%SoundOct 2009

Customer complains about Asda's 'no topping' pizza

Asda service team tries to solve pizza problem bought in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales


91%VideoSep 2009

Real world Twitter in the office

Twatif? What if you were restricted in the real world to only 140 Characters?


91%PictureNov 2010



90%VideoJun 2009

Goalkeeper's kick backfires

Back to back of the net classic in a Aberdeen vs Hibernian game


88%VideoNov 2009

America's Dumbest Criminals - Gas theft

How not to do petrol syphoning


87%VideoNov 2009

Pickup parking prang

Handbrake mistake


87%PictureAug 2005

Mind the cop

Jean Charles de Menezes was mistakenly shot by police on the London underground 22 July 2005. Created by Beau Bo D'or. More at www.bbdo.co.uk

87%VideoJan 2011

Alan Greenspan admits mistake with deregulation

Henry Waxman's Congressional Committee questioned Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve (1987 - 2006) over his role in the financial crisis. It's worth repeating Greenspan's admission: 'I made a mistake in presuming that the self-interest of organizations, specifically banks and others, was such as if they were best capable of protecting their own shareholders'. In an ideal world, we wouldn't need any regulation or laws because we'd all be equally considerate of others as we are of ourselves. But in the real world, we are the product of an evolutionary process. Nothing mysterious, just simple cause and effect. Something that works better for itself, survives better. Self-interest of a bank is not to its shareholders, as you might expect, but to the selfish people who run the bank.