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Indian Whiz Kid Wins NASA Competition
A 15-year-old boy in India, Saurabh Singh, appears to have had everyone going with a story about how he won an international exam given by NASA to discover young scientists. The Indian media were singing his praises, and lawmakers were ready to give him money to facilitate his studies. Except that it turns out NASA gives no such exam. However, the boy is now changing his story, saying that the exam was given by Oxford University, not NASA. This all sounds strangely similar to the tale of Faye Nicole San Juan, the Filipino girl who just a few months ago claimed that she had won an International Science Quiz in Australia (the quiz didn't exist).
Posted by The Curator on Thu Feb 24, 2005

oh brother.....
Posted by cass  on  Fri Feb 25, 2005  at  10:05 PM
Okay, and how about the Dusty T-shirt girl, anyway? She's 'HOT', as they always are; but maybe not as much as the last one. Who knows - preference, I guess. They should have more "scantily clad young women" on their website, perhaps, but who knows - I'm just a horny old bugger who appeciates the female anatomy. Woe as me.
Posted by stork  in  the spiracles of space  on  Sat Feb 26, 2005  at  01:04 AM
Sorry, I meant Woe IS me.
Posted by stork  in  the spiracles of space  on  Sat Feb 26, 2005  at  01:06 AM
I think we should all boycott Dusty until it starts paying its models enough so they can buy some clothes, so they won't have to run around in nothing but underpants and too-small T-shirts.
It's COLD in Boston this time of year!
Posted by Big Gary C  in  Dallas, Texas  on  Sat Feb 26, 2005  at  01:46 PM
indeed that second last girl, with the deadshead on her top is the cutest of all...

I dont think we should boycott Dusty.. its warm enough in the studio to leave em in nice bikini's and a warm too hot-washed t-shirt... see how hot it is? the shirts srink!
Posted by Steve  in  Netherlands  on  Sat Feb 26, 2005  at  08:05 PM
I don't care if the t-shirts shrink, it's what's IN them that counts! Bring on some more, I say, ---And I want my Hasenpfeffer, too! Have any of you checked out the Victoria's Secret online catalog? You can select a picture, enlarge it, right click to save it into your 'My Pictures' folder, then repeat as often as you like. Then just go to your 'My Pictures' and select 'View as a Slide Show'. Man, what a treat!!!
Posted by stork  in  the spiracles of space  on  Sat Feb 26, 2005  at  10:18 PM
I thought the first girl was cutest. The 2nd girl looked really young...which is weird & sort of gross. This girl classed it up w/ some heels. Cute.
Posted by Maegan  in  Tampa, FL - USA  on  Sun Feb 27, 2005  at  07:04 AM
Posted on CNN today 2/28/05,

Not that anybody cares as is has nothing to with the Dusty girl. wink smile
Posted by Mark-N-Isa  in  Midwest USA  on  Mon Feb 28, 2005  at  03:15 PM
Hello!I have completed class X just before.As I am so much interested in Astronaut.Therefore, I want to take part in it as far as I belong to a very poor family but I think I have that much of capacity to give challenge to anybody.
Posted by Tenzin Gyatso  in  India  on  Thu Jun 05, 2008  at  11:47 AM
Am so proud he is Indian.
Posted by Indian  in  India  on  Sat Jul 12, 2008  at  07:52 AM
Iam an Indian student and studying in class IX and wana to take oart in this competition.
Posted by Bhupal Singh Khampa  in  India  on  Thu Sep 25, 2008  at  05:25 AM
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