Pizza box goes to hell



A chain of New Zealand Pizza parlors, Hell Pizza, delivers its tasty pizza in box that does more than just keeps the pizza hot. After you’ve finished your meal and perhaps have a slice or two left over, the box can be broken down and folded into a coffin perfect for your dinner remains.

Check out the pizza box transformation.

(Via Boing Boing)

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Pizza box goes to hell



A chain of New Zealand Pizza parlors, Hell Pizza, delivers its tasty pizza in box that does more than just keeps the pizza hot. After you’ve finished your meal and perhaps have a slice or two left over, the box can be broken down and folded into a coffin perfect for your dinner remains.

Check out the pizza box transformation.

(Via Boing Boing)

Petition: Stop the RIAA from suing thousands of fans!


From Boing Boing:

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is on a rampage, launching legal attacks against average Americans from coast to coast. After over 18,000 lawsuits and counting against P2P users, file sharing has continued to increase rapidly. Meanwhile, music fans, like 12 year-old Brittany LaHara, college student Cassi Hunt, and parent of five Cecilia Gonzalez, are being forced to pay thousands of dollars they do not have to settle RIAA-member lawsuits, and many other innocent individuals are being caught in the crossfire.

This irrational crusade is not generating a single penny for the artists that the RIAA claims to protect. The RIAA should be working to create a rational, legal means by which its customers can take advantage of file sharing technology and pay a fair price for the music they love. With artists increasingly turning against the lawsuits, momentum may be shifting in favor of a better way forward.

Copyright law shouldn’t make criminals out of more than 60 million Americans — tell Congress that it’s time to stop the madness!

We have 73044 signatures so far – this is amazing! If we can get 100,000 signatures, we will deliver the petition to the Senate and House Commerce and Judiciary Commitees.

Get more information about and sign the petitionn here.

Petition: Stop the RIAA from suing thousands of fans!


From Boing Boing:

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is on a rampage, launching legal attacks against average Americans from coast to coast. After over 18,000 lawsuits and counting against P2P users, file sharing has continued to increase rapidly. Meanwhile, music fans, like 12 year-old Brittany LaHara, college student Cassi Hunt, and parent of five Cecilia Gonzalez, are being forced to pay thousands of dollars they do not have to settle RIAA-member lawsuits, and many other innocent individuals are being caught in the crossfire.

This irrational crusade is not generating a single penny for the artists that the RIAA claims to protect. The RIAA should be working to create a rational, legal means by which its customers can take advantage of file sharing technology and pay a fair price for the music they love. With artists increasingly turning against the lawsuits, momentum may be shifting in favor of a better way forward.

Copyright law shouldn’t make criminals out of more than 60 million Americans — tell Congress that it’s time to stop the madness!

We have 73044 signatures so far – this is amazing! If we can get 100,000 signatures, we will deliver the petition to the Senate and House Commerce and Judiciary Commitees.

Get more information about and sign the petitionn here.