Sunday, December 30, 2007

Fair what?

Ripping CDs you bought onto your computer for your own personal use? Not legal, according to the RIAA. Curse whoever made them a branch of government.

Friday, December 28, 2007

Demon trouble?

Look no further than - chock full of tips for ridding yourself of demons. For instance: are you, or have you ever been, clothed in paisley? If so, you may be unwittingly attracting demons.

My personal favorite warning was found on the site's homepage, regarding the site's background music:

If you can hear the Oh the Blood of Jesus midi file, and it gets under your skin, don't turn your speakers off. The demons absolutely hate this song or any song that is about the Blood of Jesus. The more this bothers you, the more demon infested you are. You actually could get some Deliverance by having this tune play in the background, and some demons may actually leave your home or apartment too. Tape the song and play it in your home over and over.

Thanks to Eppworth)

Sleep deprivation cure

Here, snort this.

Sometimes I feel sorry for OG&E employees

Between the ice storms this winter and this....

Drunk History

This is great. I wish I could take an entire history course with this drunk guy. It would be a great class!

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

More From Garth Marenghi

Bitch Killer!

Terrorsist destroy BEI property in Boston Harbor

And other headlines from Fox News through the centuries.

Best use of Anonymous Coward, Ever

Earlier today on Slashdot, there was a discussion about the possibility of an "absolute hot" existing as an antitheses to the "absolute zero" that is 0 degrees Kelvin. One Anonymous Coward responded:

"Is there such a thing as absolute hot? Yes, and it's my wife's sister. I love the holidays!"

Matthew Holness

aka Garth Marenghi
aka Merriman Weir (He can actually play guitar really well. Impressive.)

More Candidate Anagrams!

These are much better.

Monday, December 24, 2007

Dog Bites Man

(Found this while looking up Zach clips)
Dog Bites Man was a short-lived show on Comedy Central which revolved around a news team as they dealt with corporate crap and made the news. The key to the show is how awkward and inappropriate the news team is... especially since the news team are the only actors in the show, and every one else is a real person.
Racism Seminar.
Stand Up.
That last clip is kinda the peak. So funny...

Zach Galifianakis

This guy is amazing, dry, and hilarious!
Getting Slapped.
On Physical Comedy.
When Harry Met Sally.
On Piano. (Probably most impressive about this one is that he can actually play piano.)

Friday, December 21, 2007


Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!
and... sports...

math... it rocks...

Euler's proof of the existence of God (from wikipedia):
There is a famous anecdote inspired by Euler's arguments with secular philosophers over religion, which is set during Euler's second stint at the St. Petersburg academy. The French philosopher Denis Diderot was visiting Russia on Catherine the Great's invitation. However, the Empress was alarmed that the philosopher's arguments for atheism were influencing members of her court, and so Euler was asked to confront the Frenchman. Diderot was later informed that a learned mathematician had produced a proof of the existence of God: he agreed to view the proof as it was presented in court. Euler appeared, advanced toward Diderot, and in a tone of perfect conviction announced, "Sir, \begin{matrix}\frac{a+b^n}{n}=x\end{matrix}, hence God exists—reply!". Diderot, to whom (says the story) all mathematics was gibberish, stood dumbstruck as peals of laughter erupted from the court. Embarrassed, he asked to leave Russia, a request that was graciously granted by the Empress. However amusing the anecdote may be, it is almost certainly false, given that Diderot was a capable mathematician who had published mathematical treatises.

The sky is blue

And all the leaves are green...(from Trey Parker and Matt Stone's senior project at CU Boulder, Cannibal: The Musical!) (Thanks to Neebert)

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Anagram time!

Since Dave Barry isn't doing this full time anymore.

Ever wonder what a guy with...

...two moustaches looks like? Well here you go:

Fredy Miler

Plus, he has a jamming video! I especially like how he is always alone in every shot. I mean, nothing screams success as a rock star like singing in an empty room! I also like how the entire budget for this video (props included) is $36.89. :) Freaking awesome. I'm get this guy's face tattooed on my ass.

And for a special time only: Fredy Miler LIVE!

There is at least people in the background in this one.... well...wait...we never actually see the people do we. Hmmm...I smell a conspiracy!

Hollow Earth Theory

This is for you, Casaubon.

Yeah, He Can Play Fast...

But it still makes me think of Spinal Tap! Those faces! Hahahahahahahahahahahaha

Active Glacier Found on Mars!

How cool is that? Makes me want to watch "12 To The Moon"

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

What I love most about this clip...

is the fact that about 85% of the general public would have NO clue what was so funny and why the students were laughing so hard. Ah.....nothing like musical snobbery.



Transportation in Pods

I've been dreaming of this for YEARS!! Many, MANY times as I wait for the subway, I think how much more amazing this system would be.


Ways to waste beer...

Monday, December 17, 2007

300 Trailer - PG edit

Thanks to Rylz.

Oh, Divine Acoustix

OCU's own performing a vocal transcription of Imogen Heap's Hide and Seek, with Alyssa Fox on lead vox. Note: you should probably follow all three of those links at some point.

Sunday, December 16, 2007


One NYT article and one slashdot forum on telecom immunity in return for NSA spying. Disgusting.

The Greatest Movie of All Time?

Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine, Science of Sleep) is an awesome and innovative writer/director... and his new movie looks to kick major ass.
Chiggity-Check it out!

Happy Tree Friends Does Horror

The Good News: It has some pretty good homage material to Evil Dead (which is always good news), The Exorcist, and Little Shop of Horrors (at least that's what it looks like to me... possibly more like Alien, I can't be sure).
The Bad News: It's Happy Tree Friends.
I just like that the dad reads a bedtime story for his kid out of the Necronomicon. Now that's just fun.

Step one

This store knows the perfect gift for any occasion.

Looking to differentiate the candidates?

Look no further than their campaign slogans.


I read about this on the other day (in the title text) and decided to see if I could find it/stood any chance at solving any of the problems.
The answers are Yes/No, respectively.
Google Labs Aptitude Test

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Friday, December 14, 2007

Tom Waits Live

The only way. Here's Romeo is Bleeding, not the coolest recording I have heard, but still cool and way cooler than the album version. I am highly interested in acquiring a recording of him performing the Hokey Pokey live, if anyone has a copy of that mother, because the worst thing in the entire world happened (I lost my copy).

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Today's winner: Diff

Today's loser: the person in congress that made these changes on Wikipedia.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Banner games

So, ya know those annoying myspace banner ad games? Ya know, like "Shave santa's beard!" and "Shoot the bunny!"
Like those?
Here's an archive!
(I LOVE playing these games!!!!!!)

Monday, December 10, 2007

The Onion AV Club

is the greatest.
I just found the "Commentary of the Damned" section of the site, where a writer watches a movie with the commentary on.
What makes it the greatest?
It's a description of the commentary, not the excerpts from the commentary itself. There is even a section where he reviews the pretentiousness of statements uttered by the director...
Check it out!


So I'm sure we all heard about the church shoot-em-up the other day, but does it strike anyone else as odd that megachurch security guards wear guns?
I mean... weird to anyone else?

Sunday, December 09, 2007

America Totally Kicks Ass!

Because we can do whatever the fuck we want!
(Times Online Article)
What a magnificent country! (Poem by John S. Hall, which may have already been posted)

Saturday, December 08, 2007

once thought to be lost...

found one of the infamous "Slade Ripfire" treatments:

don't get the wrong idea about this...

i saw flinthearted posted something about cock and my mind immediately jumped to this:
two words: bring... it... on. three. three words.

The greatest story ever told

I don't know why I've never posted this before. Warnings before you start: one, it is really long. Two, it is incredibly horrifying. Three, you will never feel sorry for yourself re: a roommate situation in quite the same way ever, every again.

You'll be the cock of the walk

In these pants designed by former Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver.

a friendly reminder...

of the greatest show from comedy central ever.
so... funny...

Thursday, December 06, 2007

Kucinich wins the debate

Who does he pick to ask a question?

In other news, Ron Paul responded more favorably than I would have expected to a question about whether he would want Dennis as a running mate.

Is wonderful.

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Your Daily Stripes Fix

Seriously, you should never go more than 53 consecutive days without paying tribute.

Something Funny

EDDIE VAN HALEN SHREDS! Said it was funny...didn't say it was new...

More MAFIAA Irony

The ISP hosting the MPAA's "University Toolkit" just responded to a cease-and-desist letter regarding software distribution in violation of the GNU GPL.

Awkward pauses

xkcd parodies Achewood to take the record for most awkward pause panels in a single comic strip. For your edification, here's a previous record holder.

Ugly rights

Hey, it's Argentina.

It's official

I've started to like Achewood. Particularly the part about all of the characters having amazing blogs, with posts like this one from Cornelius Bear, describing the opening of his pub, The Dude and Catastrophe.

Monday, December 03, 2007

news you can use

not like the recent news on the presidential candidates or what's going on in darfur/sudan/any african country...
more like the latest news in extra nipples

the root

feel like it's my duty to share with all the of oklahoma's revolutionaries.
here's the statement of purpose:

"I am here to promote positive expression. I am here to revolt. I am here for the emancipation of society’s mental slavery. I am here to speak and be heard. I am here to raise awareness, speak the truth, run-a-muck, and nail a proclamation to the door of this land. This is considered underground, but roots are underground. Your love, your passion, your hopes, your dreams, your family, your friends, your beliefs, your politics; the ideas that shape you as an individual are YOUR ROOTS. Embrace them and let them hold you firm as you grow through this life; after all, you only have one opportunity to spread your branches. If your roots are weak, or poisoned, or cut short, you will die. I am THE ROOT – UNDER GROUND. I have an agenda, I have a political undertone, I have a biased opinion, I have no corporate funding, I am not a sellout, I am not a pushover, I am not weak, I am not your everyday run-of-the-mill publication. I am arrogant, I am proud, I am strong, and I am resilient. Take from me all you can, let this be a breath of fresh air. Let this be liberation. Let this be revolution. Let this say everything you’ve been waiting to say for such a long time. Live your life, live without regrets, live without the oppression of your mind, or even worse the oppression from the society that has been spoon-feeding you your ideology since birth. LOVE! LIVE! PROGRESS! EXPRESS! I am here until I am heard. I am living. You are living. This is living. - THE ROOT UNDER GROUND"

"Those Damn Alley Cats - Get Your Pets Spade & Neutred" by Writer#1
"Body Modification - Morbid self-mutilation or artistic commitment?" by JimmyJimmy
"$ELLING OUT of BUYING IN: have graffiti artists SOLD OUT?" by Okie
"Slow down." by Writer#1 (this one is a restaurant review of sorts)
so there you have it... the root underground... the revolution in oklahoma. power to the people.

(edited by Flinthearted for the sake of our poor, poor eyes)

Friday, November 30, 2007

Beer Bandit

Wish I had the cunning and foresight for this...

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Ok ok one more Theremin...

So CRAZY cool!

Anything on a Theremin is Cool

Especially if it's the "Legend of Zelda" theme song. Viper this is for you.

Who's gay today?

Trent Lott and Hillary Clinton.

Giuliani deals with corruption charges as mayor

"You're all a bunch of morons! ... If you accuse me of corruption, the conversation is over."

Never imagined it'd come to this

I just saw a clip of "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader". That's what I never thought would happen. What I more or less imagined would happen was what happened on it. Hey kids, that's our electorate.

What do you get...

when you take some awesome writers and tell them to write the worst show ever made... possibly about a hospital where supernatural goings-on go... on...
well, you'd get Garth Merenghi's DarkPlace
i'll post some clips later. my roommate's asleep so i can't choose discernibly.

Saving the Baby
The Argument
Chased By a Stapler
Reading an Excerpt from His Book
you should really just watch an episode if you've got half an hr to spare. or read the wikiquotes page.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Monday, November 26, 2007

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Time for a heartfelt ballad

May I present: Riskay. I'll leave the song title to those brave enough to follow the links.

First, the original.

Next, an acoustic cover.

Thanks (?) to Gustav.

A good note from Ben Stein.

You may have seen this before but it is worth reading again. There is a lot of truth in this! I'm not trying to turn this blog into my personal platform for religious views but this was too good to pass up. The following was written by Ben Stein and recited by him on a CBS Sunday Morning Commentary.

My confession:

I am a Jew, and every single one of my ancestors was Jewish. And it does not bother me even a little bit when people call those beautiful lit up, bejeweled trees Christmas trees. I don't feel threatened. I don't feel discriminated against.. That's what they are: Christmas trees.

It doesn't bother me a bit when people say, 'Merry Christmas' to me. I don't think they are slighting me or getting ready to put me in a ghetto. In fact, I kind of like it. It shows that we are all brothers and sisters celebrating this happy time of year. It doesn't bother me at all that there is a manger scene on display at a key intersection near my beach house in Malibu. If people want a creche, it's just as fine with me as is the Menorah a few hundred yards away.

I don't like getting pushed around for being a Jew, and I don't think Christians like getting pushed around for being Christians. I think people who believe in God are sick and tired of getting pushed around, period. I have no idea where the concept came from that America is an explicitly atheist country. I can't find it in the Constitution and I don't like it being shoved down my throat.

Or maybe I can put it another way: where did the idea come from that we should worship Brittany and Kevin and we aren't allowed to worship God as we understand Him? I guess that's a sign that I'm getting old, too. But there are a lot of us who are wondering where Brittany and Kevin came from and where the America we knew went to.

In light of the many jokes we send to one another for a laugh, this is a little different: This is not intended to be a joke; it's not funny, it's intended to get you thinking...

Billy Graham's daughter was interviewed on the Early Show and Jane Clayson asked her 'How could God let something like this happen?' (regarding Katrina) Anne Graham gave an extremely profound and insightful response. She said, 'I believe God is deeply saddened by this, just as we are, but for years we've been telling God to get out of our schools, to get out of our government and to get out of our lives. And being the gentleman He is, I believe He has calmly backed out. How can we expect God to give us His blessing and His protection if we demand He leave us alone?'

In light of recent events...terrorists attack, school shootings, etc. I think it started when Madeleine Murray O'Hare (she was murdered, her body found recently) complained she didn't want prayer in our schools, and we said OK. Then someone said you better not read the Bible in school. The Bible says thou shalt not kill, thou shalt not steal, and love your neighbor as yourself. And we said OK.

Then Dr. Benjamin Spock said we shouldn't spank our children when they misbehave because their little personalities would be warped and we might damage their self-esteem (Dr. Spock's son committed suicide). We said an expert should know what he's talking about. And we said OK.

Now we're asking ourselves why our children have no conscience, why they don't know right from wrong, and why it doesn't bother them to kill strangers, their classmates, and themselves. Probably, if we think about it long and hard enough, we can figure it out. I think it has a great deal to do with 'WE REAP WHAT WE SOW.'

Funny how simple it is for people to trash God and then wonder why the world's going to hell. Funny how we believe what the newspapers say, but question what the Bible says. Funny how you can send 'jokes' through e-mail and they spread like wildfire but when you start sending messages regarding God, people think twice about sharing. Funny how lewd, crude, vulgar and obscene articles pass freely through cyberspace, but public discussion of God is suppressed in the school and workplace.

Are you laughing?

Funny how when you forward this message, you will not send it to many on your address list because you're not sure what they believe, or what they will think of you for sending it. Funny how we can be more worried about what other people think of us than what God thinks of us. Pass it on if you think it has merit. If not then just discard it... no one will know you did. But, if you discard this thought process, don't sit back and complain about what bad shape the world is in.

My Best Regards,

Ben Stein

We must protect

Our precious bodily fluids!

Just in time for the holidays....

a cute, yellow, dancing robot. No seriously, it's cool.

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Remember the Bulwer-Lytton?

Edward Bulwer-Lytton, author of the immortal, "It was a dark and stormy night..." is often hailed as the worst writer of all time.
Charles Dickens, author of the equally immortal, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times..." is often hailed as the best writer of all time.
Can you tell the difference between their prose?

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Procrastination flowchart

I was going to just post this later, but Casaubon talked me out of it.

Back To Our Roots

A refresher in Charles Piazzi Smyth's Pyramid theories. Happy Thanksgiving.

"Smyth claimed, and presumably believed, that the pyramid inch was a God-given measure handed down through the centuries from the time of Israel, and that the architects of the pyramid could only have been directed by the hand of God. To support this Smyth said that, in measuring the pyramid, he found the number of inches in the perimeter of the base equalled one thousand times the number of days in a year, and found a numeric relationship between the height of the pyramid in inches to the distance from Earth to the Sun, measured in statute miles. He also advanced the theory that the Great Pyramid was a repository of prophecies which could be revealed by detailed measurements of the structure"

I'm willing to bet...

That most of us (the readers of this blog) are fans of Everyman's Library. Well, wouldn't it be great if they published whatever you wanted in Everyman's Library form?
Wouldn't it?!?!!?
yep yep.

Philosphy in Video Games

Oh, it's SO true! One world, one nation, one religion (video games). Teach us thy ways!

Monday, November 19, 2007

Great idea for a facebook app

"Honest box"

In almost every way, identical to the anonymizing "Honesty box" app, except it isn't anonymizing. Fun for everyone!

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Two fun graphs

First, a comparison of money spent on the war in Iraq vs. funding for various kinds of energy research. Second, the Food Pyramid vs. the Food Subsidy pyramid (the more surprising one, in my opinion, but they're both on the same blog post and that one is second).

Friday, November 16, 2007

The next time somebody says "Dinosaurs SUCK!" you say....

"You're right! They do!"

Then point them to this article and laugh in their face. Oh sweet victory!

Important Nudity Related Issue of The Day

Topless Bathers Fights For Rights

A network of female Swedish activists is leading the charge to win women the right to swim in the country's pools sans bikini tops.

The group, Bara Brost -- which translates to Bare Breasts and Just Breasts -- was incensed by an August incident that involved two young women who were asked to leave a pool in the city of Uppsala when they refused to cover their breasts, The Local reported Tuesday.

"It's a question of equality," said Ragnhild Karlsson, 22, one of the women asked to leave the pool. "I think it's a problem that women are sexualized in this way. If women are forced to wear a top, shouldn't men also have to?"

"We want our breasts to be as 'normal' and desexualized as men's, so that we too can pull off our shirts at football matches," Bara Brost spokeswomen Astrid Hellroth och Liv Ambjornsson told Ottar, a magazine published by the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education.

The group has since staged two topless swims in southern Sweden pools. In both cases, the women were asked to leave.

Sweden's Equal Opportunities Ombudsman is scheduled to decide this month whether to back the women's cause. (c) UPI

Link to article

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Harry Potter Sneak Peak!!

Movie number 6 is going to rock!

Now this is a fine example....

of a responsible adult looking out for her nephew-friend-son-whatever.

Fat Kid on Rollercoaster

It's not really funny to laugh at someone else's terror but... oh wait... yeah it is. Janice should definitely win "Caring Adult of the Decade" for her fine performance.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

ren and stimpy

who knew they'd take on such awesome issues!!!
really really good. watch it now!


Can't wait to fly through here again.

transformers, my ass!

The Incredible Change-Bots by Jeffrey Brown looks like a scathingly brilliant comic. just thought i'd pass it along.
the change-bots have names like balls and soupy.
i'd like to flip through a few pages to know for sure, but so far all i've heard are good things.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

It was a dark and stormy night...

by friggin snoopy... bitch...

have you ever been afraid of lamps?

how bout laundry folding machines?
how bout vending machines?
check this list of ridiculous horror movie villains and know the meaning of fear.

update: the killer baboon part may be the greatest thing... ever crafted by human hands. ever. shakma!
flinthearted: turn off scripts before you click the link. just to save you some heartache.

Thursday, November 08, 2007

And speaking of "So what"

There are so many things I love about this video:

1) The music
2) The fashion (nobody looks cooler than a young Miles)
3) The fact that it is in black and white
4) Watching these masters create their art

So enough of my yabbing! Here you go: Miles Davis & John Coltrane- So What

I wish real music like this was still playing on popular radio stations instead of the piles of crap that get shoved our way on a daily basis!

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

If only for the music video

This sketch from The Mighty Boosch will blow your freaking mind.


So what.

(sent this way by Viper).

Monday, November 05, 2007

Wow, this is some great playing!

I always did love stide piano, and this guy doesn't I always did love stide piano, and this guy doesn't disappoint! Watch that left hand fly! Enjoy!

Do-Re-Mi (stride piano version)

If Dreams Come True

Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Next President

Please allow me to introduce: Brunswick County Commissioner Cap Fendig.


This may be the worst site on the internet. The Christian version of YouTube. Here's one typical example of a Christian video. And another one wondering if Nicole Kidman is promoting atheism.

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

for fans of stella

michael (ian black), michael (showalter), and david (wain)...
now in two languages!

In case you missed it, Junior Senior

Here it is, the greatest music video of 2003. (Thanks to Whitebear). Also note: this.

So Scary You Will Wet Yourself

Known to be the first horror movie ever made, this 50-second short had audience members in 1896 running from the theater fearing for their very lives.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Comedy By The Numbers

This formulaic book, website, and set of promos by bob odenkirk, is proclaimed to be appealing to both funny people and people who are not funny, thus it is marketable to 100% of the world. enjoy.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Oh, Apple

I think the problem is that your marketing department is so original, it's almost stealing.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

If you weren't already terrified of Giuliani

You probably never heard him speak. Key quote: "Freedom is about authority."

Mitt's Innocent Little Mistake

Confusing an audiotape purporting to be Osama bin Laden's instructions to jihadists with a speech by Barack Obama. I mean, what's the difference, really?

Oh, but the best part was when his campaign then claimed - after he specifically attributed bin Laden's comments to the "wrongheadedness of the Democratic party and its candidates" - that all he did was mix up two people's names that are only one letter apart. For some reason I think it was a slightly larger error than that.

Daily Cooking Tip

Fun AND Practical!

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Wow, this is SOOOO bad...

but FUNNY!!

This is also pretty good. Star Wars Kid vs. Star Wars Trumpet

Amazing how bad some things can really be.



Monday, October 22, 2007

Christianity and Cryonics

Obviously, God would rather you pay $150,000 to have your corpse decapitated and filled with a toxic fluid before being dumped in a massive dewar of liquid nitrogen than accept death and bequeath your estate to charity.

Umberto Eco to speak at NYPL

If you're in New York November 15, you should go see Umberto Eco speak at the NYPL. I'm still kicking myself for missing his comments on writing at an author's convention in Denton a couple years ago. Don't end up like me!

What do you do when the little monkeys gang up on you?

Get your own, bigger monkeys. This is especially helpful now that the monkeys have started killing off government officials with anti-monkey platforms.

Rylz: i kind of feel sorry for him... thousands of americans are laughing at his death
Flinthearted: didn't you?
Rylz: of course
Rylz: but that doesn't change the fact that i feel sorry for him

Columbia University, 1980

An enlightening tour of the Ivy League tradition. Thanks to (Columbia student) AkulaAlfa.

Flinthearted: i am impressed they could operate the editing equipment in this state of mind
AkulaAlfa: simpler days

Harry Potter Secrets Revealed!

Believe it or not, HP fans - the big "D" is officially out of the closet.

Saturday, October 20, 2007


Pretty amazing comic, if you have ever used the Internet.

Friday, October 19, 2007

The Making of Marcel Proust's "A la recherche du temps perdu", the Three-Minute Abstract Short Film

Lovingly crafted for the Apple Insomnia Film Festival 2007 in around 10 hours, this presentation is a heartwarming white-knuckled thrill ride from hell for the whole family.


It is now up for ranking on Apple's website! Go watch and rank it!

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Tim and Eric Awesome Show- Good job!

Wow, it has been a very, very long time since I've watched something as funny, strange and wonderful as this show!

Here are some of my personal favorites:

Merry X-mas!

Big Ben 2

Time Travel

Get in Shape

Dr. Steve Brule on Fruits and Vegtables


Sunday, October 14, 2007

Stephen Colbert sits in for Maureen Dowd

A modest bid for the presidency in is first-ever New York Times editorial. (Thanks to Missy)

Friday, October 12, 2007

Best Review Ever

Why Cormac McCarthy sucks. Thanks to Job.

Trial Records of the Knights Templars Released

After 700 years of secrecy, a leather-encased set of genuine reproductions can be yours - for only $8,750. They say the main reason they are publishing is to quash rumors started by trashy novels without subjecting rare centuries-old documents to undue stress and handling.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Australian doctors

Saving a suicidal man the only way they know how - with vodka.

I Am America

(And So Can You)!
here's an audio excerpt from colbert's book.
Class War

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

I think Gershwin would have...

love this. It hasn't aged badly at all, and all it needs are some dancing girls thrown in. Too bad the piano player looks rather bored. Perhaps he isn't bored, but thinking "I'm going to KILL my agent!" Rhapsody in Disco

Sunday, October 07, 2007

the best 72 seconds of my life

check out this clip from tom goes to the mayor, and tell me if you agree that it's the greatest 72 seconds in existence.
(special guest: Michael Ian Black)

Friday, October 05, 2007

I've already got my tickets!!

Rubik's cube WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS 2007!! LIVE FROM BUDAPEST!! Oh, this is going to be a close one folks so DON'T CHANGE THAT DIAL!

Thursday, October 04, 2007

Larry Craig's Specialty Recipe?

The Super Tuber. Otherwise known as "an Idaho potato with a hot dog jammed inside."

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Restore Patriotism to University Campuses Act

H.R. 3675: To prohibit Federal grants to or contracts with Columbia University. No, i'm not making this up.

Ardour 2.1 released, native OSX support

Apparently the port of gtk at aqua is far enough along that the latest version of Ardour can be run without X11 installed. Which is a pretty big deal, because X11 support on OS X blows, and almost nobody has it installed. So if you have a Mac and have been wanting a super-stable high performance multitrack recording studio that also happens to be free and open, now's the time to check it out.

Tuesday, October 02, 2007


so... this game looks in-frekin-credible.

Monday, October 01, 2007

Legos and video games:

This is really creative and cool! Check it out!

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Jack Chick's Tracts

Today's Dr McNinja wins for reminding me of an old dear friend, Jack Chick, by referencing his insightful commentary on D&D.

Update: The Pirate Bay


Pirate Bay Pursues Criminal Complaint Against Major Media Companies

The Pirate Bay is now pursuing a criminal complaint against several major recording labels and studios, a bizarre role reversal. Last year, the Pirate Bay was being aggressively chased by Swedish authorities and the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), though the slippery group deftly survived the attack. Now, the Bay is prodding Swedish authorities to proceed with a criminal case against ten major media companies based on recent evidence of questionable behavior. Sony BMG, Universal Music Group, and EMI Music were among the companies named.

The damning information first flowed last week, when reams of internal emails from anti-piracy firm MediaDefender suddenly became public. The communications revealed sensitive details about anti-piracy initiatives and a number of devious strategies. That includes the proliferation of fake - or spoofed - torrent files, the creation phony user accounts, and the execution of denial-of-service attacks. "While browsing through the emails we identified the companies that are also active in Sweden and we have tonight reported these incidents to the police," the organization posted on its blog on Tuesday. "The charges are infrastructural sabotage, denial of service attacks, hacking and spamming, all of these on a commercial level."


Tuesday, September 25, 2007

AIDS Conspiracy Related Stat of The Day

In a 1990 poll, 29% of black New Yorkers believed AIDS was deliberately created in a lab to infect black people. (New York Times, Oct. 29, 1990)

(from "Swallowing the Camel" Blog)

Conspiarcy Theories of The Day

A list of the "weirdest/stupidest" conspiracy theories. I prefer to think of them as the "coolest." Here are some to mull over:

  • The driver shot JFK. (the late William Cooper)
  • Stephen King killed John Lennon. (Steve Lightfoot)
  • WWII was staged. It never really happened. The Illuminati employed elaborate special effects, stage magic, and phony journalism to scare the world into pacifism. (Donald Holmes)
  • Queen Elizabeth I was a man. The real Elizabeth died as a child.
  • A really old one that just won't die: Jews drink the blood and eat the flesh of Gentile children during Passover. Some Catholics still revere the relics of Medieval child saints supposedly slaughtered and devoured by Jews.
  • The doomed Franklin Expedition was sent to the Arctic not only to find the Northwest Passage, but to secretly investigate UFO sightings that had been reported since the 1700s. The men were captured, experimented upon, and eaten by giant aliens. (Jeffrey Blair Latta)
  • Denver International Airport was built expressly to conceal a vast underground complex, headquarters of the New World Order elite. Clues are hidden in the airport's peace-themed mural.
  • Nation of Islam: White people were created in a lab.
  • Jesuits sank the Titanic to kill some of the world's richest, most powerful Jews.
  • The early Middle Ages (614-911 A.D.) never occurred. Everything that supposedly happened during those years was either a misunderstanding, an event from a different era, or an outright lie - Charlemagne, for instance, is a fictional figure. And we are actually living in the 1700s. (Herbert Illig's phantom time hypothesis)
  • Shortly before he left office, Bill Clinton secretly signed into law the National Economic Security and Reformation Act (NESARA). This act would have completely restructured the U.S. government by - among other things - forgiving all personal credit card debt and mortgages, abolishing the IRS, restoring constitutional law, and somehow ensuring world peace - but the Supreme Court placed a gag order on it, and threatened death to any government official who breathed word of its existence. NESARA activists around the world are agitating to get the act announced and instituted.

And here's a fun one: By combining two separate conspiracy theories, you can turn Hitler into Jack the Ripper!

Theory #1: Prince Eddy, Duke of Clarence, faked his death to move to Germany and become Adolph Hitler.
Theory #2: Prince Eddy, Duke of Clarence (and/or Freemasons acting on his behalf) was Jack the Ripper.
Hence, Prince Eddy might have killed several prostitues, faked his own death, then resurfaced in Austria as Hitler.

Don't try and tell me these aren't AWESOME!

The World's Only Missile Silo Luxury Home with Runway

Title says all. A steal at $2.3m.

Spam of The Day

Evening All

If you are using GPS navigator to find road to your shlong, belive us their is a better way.

Kyvan Refvik

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Monday, September 17, 2007

the many mockeries of amadeus

the original...
the mr. show...
the family guy...

stereotype come true

i think we all knew that computer programmers have a tendency to look like serial killers... but i don't think anyone really guessed to what extent... can you tell the difference?

What do you do with noise offenders?

In Colorado, you force them to listen to Barry Manilow!

Naked Womand Related Occupation of The Day

Mr. Skin. I'm not going to spoil too many of the details here, I just want to point out a few key quotes:

"naked female flesh appears in movies -- an obsession apparently shared by millions of people."

"...publishes "Mr. Skin's Skintastic Video Guide" to "the 501 greatest movies for sex and nudity on DVD.""

""As a kid I used to tape as many movies as I could with nudity and then I'd save the nude scenes on separate tapes. I really amazed my friends with my nudity knowledge growing up.""

""We don't do male nudity. I think it's mainly because this job is so fun I didn't want to make it work.""

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Michael McDonald Spoof Video of The Day

Rick Moranis playing Michael McDonald in a Christopher Cross spoof video. Hardest working vocalist in the business!

Monday, September 10, 2007

Super Mario World Easter Egg!

An easter egg in the Japanese version of Super Mario World -- a level that plays itself just on inertia! Check it out!

really disturbing... commercials from a short-lived nickelodeon cartoon called invader zim. it only ran for 26 episodes, but in that short time, it developed a cult following of goth/punk kids (myself included).
based on how disturbing the commercials are, you can imagine why nick dropped it like it was hot.

Sunday, September 09, 2007

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Monday, September 03, 2007

Re: Your Brains

Here's a pleasant and professional little post-apocalyptic musical memo. Thanks to MrsChacon.

Thursday, August 30, 2007


kip kay.
i've been watching his stuff all day.
also lifehacker has some pretty cool stuff.

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Presidential Portriat of The Day

Made completely out of porn! Details here.

Robbery of The Day

So let's see...maybe he needed the $4 so he could get a tall, cool Yuengling....but then he wouldn't have been able to leave a tip. Hmmm....maybe he needed two slices of plain! Yeah! Oh, but his victim made change at a pizza parlor while he waited....Ah! Probably needed to take a round trip subway ride.

It's just good sense. Why take more than you need?

Monday, August 27, 2007

Whale Watching

WOW! See that one? Harpooned! He's being hauled into a Japanese whaling ship! Best whale-watching trip EVER!

Goodnight, sweet Alberto

And a flock of angels sing thee to thy rest.

Conspiracy Theories Far And Wide!

A list of wonderfully weird conspiracy theories...including some that even I've never heard! This one is especially strange...

" The Wingdings Font included with Windows has a history of controversy. In 1992, only days after the release of Windows 3.1, it was discovered that the character sequence "NYC" in Wingdings was rendered as Skull and crossbones symbol, Star of David, and thumbs up gesture. This could be interpreted as a message of approval of killing Jews, especially those from New York City. Microsoft strongly denied this was intentional, and insisted that the final arrangement of the glyphs in the font was largely random. Various other combinations of Wingings characters are alleged to have special significance by conspiracy theorists, but these results are likely purely coincidental."

Patient Outfit of The Day

This falls into the "is this real?" category. I'm going to say that it could go either way...BUT...STILL....

Sunday, August 26, 2007

a follow up to an earlier thing

aol news is not exactly high quality, but here's more on the nasa global warming glitch.

it was a dark and stormy night...

edward bulwer-lytton penned those words years and years ago... and they've lived on in infamy as the worst opening line to any book ever.
thus, the advent of the bulwer-lytton contest; the contest to find the worst writing in the world.
past grand prize winners here.

5 seconds of your time

proclaimed to be the best 5 seconds on the internet, this little guy was added to youtube 2 months ago, and has already been viewed nearly 3 million times... amazing.

Friday, August 24, 2007

The Michael Showalter Showalter

Possibly the best internet interview show I have found this week.

Some samples:

Michael Showalter with David Cross

Michael Showalter with David Wain

Michael Showalter with Michael Ian Black

Start Your Conspiracy Theories!

Apparently the demolition company who won the bid to demolish the Deutsche Bank tower at the WTC site, is shrouded in mystery. It does not appear to have done any work since it was incorporated in 1983. What could it be...mafia ties? Government corruption? Evidence that a diabolical plot to wreck a major catastrophe on the USA existed for over 20 years? Alien influence in the elite ruling parties of the world? YES! YES! YES!!!!!

Wi-Fi Sharing In The UK

So apparently new UK communications laws are STRICT! A 39 year old man was arrested for picking up someone else's unsecured wireless internet signal. The article states:

The 39-year-old man could be charged under the Communications Act for dishonestly obtaining communications services. The Act says: "A person who (a) dishonestly obtains an electronic communications service, and (b) does so with intent to avoid payment of a charge applicable to the provision of that service, is guilty of an offence."

Thursday, August 23, 2007

holy crap

jack handey kinda rocks.

i'm no fan of facebook

but the fact that this new facebook app exists makes me glad i have one.
deep thoughts... by jack handey

“I remember one day I was at Grandpa’s farm and I asked him about sex. He sort of smiled and said, ‘Maybe instead of telling you what sex is, why don’t we go out to the horse pasture and I’ll show you.’ So we did, and there on the ground were my parents having sex.”

“It’s easy to sit there and say you’d like to have more money. And I guess that’s what I like about it. It’s easy. Just sitting there, rocking back and forth, wanting that money.”

“Isn’t it funny how whenever we go to a county fair or a state fair, the first thing we do is see if they have some kind of pornography booth.”

—Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey
so yeah, get facebook and get this app now.

Jamba Juice Update

Stay the hell away!! Hepatitis scare in San Jose! Ummm...honey....I fell like I should tell you something...

Murder By Rattlesnakes

The West. Poker debt. Giant box filled with rattlesnakes. Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Bill Murray Is My Personal Hero

Standing up for his rights. To drive a golf cart. Through downtown Stockholm. Drunk.

Cops Around The World

plus ca change...

Indian Guy of The Day

World's oldest father with 4 wives, 21 kids (at least).

Most excellent quote: [He] "attributes his remarkable virility to daily walks and plenty of meat, said: 'I eat all kinds of meat - rabbits, lamb, chicken and wild animals.'"

Most disturbing quote: "His latest wife, Saburi, who has given him seven children, was first married to his eldest son Shiv Lal, who died 10 years ago."

(Thanks Brit)

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Free haunted mannequin in OKC

I call dibs. Thank you, craigslist.


The word is that NEW DELOREANS will be available for sale, starting in January 2008. If you're like me, you can't wait to get your hands on a car that not only has one of the worst reliability ratings of all time, but also a starting price of $57,500. But on the plus side, a new batch of DeLoreans must mean a new Back to The Future movie right? RIGHT????

what a great name

one wonders how this man became a bishop and why he would want to attract any attention to himself. ladies and gentlemen... Bishop Tiny Muskens!
i know, he sounds like a character from the movie elf.

Sunday, August 19, 2007

3d environments that will blow your mind

here is the product.
here it is in action... everything is designed through this program, even the trees.
hard freakin' core.
here's another example.
watch and worship.

Friday, August 17, 2007

The Art of The Pickup

Check out this page. Absolutely amazing. How better to learn male-female relational advice? Oh, and this page has some great demo clips and free tips!

Faster Than The Speed of Light?

OK, well maybe not. This article takes issue with my earlier posts. Oh well.

All-Bran Advertisement of The Day

I think this is real. It's just a commercial with a sense of humor. Very subtle, All-Bran!

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Star Trek, Here We Come!

German physicists break the speed of light. Sort of.

"They have conducted an experiment in which microwave photons - energetic packets of light - travelled "instantaneously" between a pair of prisms that had been moved up to 3ft apart."

Anyway, it's a start.

Incredible application!

This application is very useful, and seems to be very user friendly.

I can see this doing quite well in the video game, animation and film industries. (It probably already is!)

3D morphable model face animation

Welcome to My Shitty Life

You think where you live sucks? Check this out. This is where I live. Keep it gangsta!

McDonald's Advertisement of The Day

Truth In Advertising

Sin of The Day

Robbing a nun.

NYC Storage Billboard of The Day

Check it out! We've all seen these storage ads: "Your closet's so shallow it makes Paris look deep" etc. This one is my new favorite: "Your closet space is shrinking as fast as her right to choose."

What could make this even more classy? Hmmm....maybe if we superimposed the slogan over a coathanger...yeah....

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

beating you to tmbg news is sweet, flinthearted

this movie has garnered my excitement for several reasons... a few things to notice:
- starring dakota fanning
- co-directed by henry selick, stop-motion guy for nightmare before christmas, james and the giant peach, and the life aquatic with steve zissou (he did the fish... they're not cg... that should blow your effing mind)
- written by neil gaiman, author of smoke and mirrors, an anthology of short stories with twists, and stardust, the new movie with robert deniro
and most importantly...
- soundtrack by they might be giants!


Monday, August 13, 2007

cool music video

this was extremely well done.
the exploits of reverse tracking!
enjoy... from there you can see the making of as well... which i've not seen, but which could be quite interesting.

It's Business Time!!!

I love this: Business Time!

Sunday, August 12, 2007

I know this is old, but Ben asked me to post it anyway. If the fact that I first heard this on NPR does not convince you to listen to All Things Considered ever day, I don't know what is wrong with you. Also, this is my first post since...early May? Wheee.

Saturday, August 11, 2007

a little bit of interesting

global warming glitches at nasa? the headline detracts from credibility, but the sources are viable, so who knows?

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Tuesday, July 31, 2007

James Earl Jones

Most people don't know this, but the famous actor James Earl Jones actually tried to jump start a singing career when he was just 15 years old. Wanna hear it? Of course you do! Check it out here.



The truth... finally.

a long time conspiracy, but this article seems to provide all the proof anyone should need.
The Death Star Attack: The Truth... Can You Handle It?
there should be no question in your mind after this article. the empire had to have been sabotaged.

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Jan Terri, why not?

So after some more checking I've found that this girl is legit. Yes, the real deal. I've found these videos are best watched under the influence of some good alcohol.

So here you go:

Baby Blues

Ever wonder what the western bar dating scene was like back in 1982? Well, take a look at this. And what the hell is the guy doing at 2:29?!

Little Brother Video

She decides to changes things up a bit and go for some culture, with this take on a famous French folk tune. I think all of France most be very proud.

Halloween Fun!

Just in time for your next Halloween party, check out this funk! Nice video effects! My favorite part is the back up dancers-singers.

One of the worst videos I've ever seen!!!

What do you get when you combine:

* a terrible, over weight singer, who can't lip sync

* crappy music with even worse lyrics

* video footage that looks like it was stolen from a promo 1983 video about Chicago

Music Video

Watch it and laugh, I know I did!

(By the way, I've never heard of this woman, and did find an article online about her, so I'm assuming this is real. If it isn't, who really cares, its still funny.)

Friday, July 27, 2007

The Truth About The Rock Industry

Yes, you read right...this is Illuminati news! Apparently there's a whole host of people who think that Rock & Roll is a secret weapon of mind control. But if you read between the lines there's some pretty funny, pathetic stuff in here:

And who am I? I am Wes Penre, a former rock musician and composer. I am one of those who did not fit into the Agenda of the Elite. I am one of those who at that time didn't understand why my revealing lyrics and melodic songs were not appreciated by the big Record Companies. Now I know better. And no matter what some people might think, I am NOT a bitter, failed musician, who wants to "get even" with the Industry. I live a life I am very happy with, and even if I had the chance again, I would not sign up to be a professional musician. In a better world I would, but I will NOT sacrifice my body and soul to make big bucks for the Illuminati.

Sure...THAT's why the Big Bad Record Companies didn't like your songs...Why else?

Dentist of the Week

Here. Implanted false tusks in an assistant's mouth during a routing procedure as a practical joke. They were removed before she woke up. I think I speak for all of us when I say "HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!"

SATAN !!!!

Yeah, yeah, we've got to expose satanism, kids... yeah, and, um... let's start HERE.

"I give you this tid-bit to ponder on. If your child did not like to take medicine and you had a chocolate drink with the medicine, plus arsenic in it, would you give it to them? You would if you did not know it was in there and what arsenic was."


Thursday, July 26, 2007

Christians United For Israel

Holy Shit! This is an inside report on the Washington-Israel Summit. Right wing Christians supporting an expansion of Israel so Americans can "enjoy the second coming."

Tom Delay: "obviously it [the second coming] is what i live for. I hope it comes tomorrow."
Random Guy: "if you haven't seen the Left Behind series...well, it's scary"
Other Random Guy: "I can't wait for the rapture and the cleansing of the earth."

Let's Hope They Incorporate This Into SNICKERS Brand Candy

Allergy Free Peanuts

...for the sake of our very own Sad Panda.

Pope of the Week

Finally showing a little common sense.

Role Models of the Week

Astronauts flying drunk! Woo-Hoo!

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Texas. Why?

This tasty Texan was just appointed as the head of the TX state board of education. In addition to being a creationist ("Dr. McLeroy was one of four board members who voted against proposed high school biology textbooks because he felt their coverage of evolution was “too dogmatic” and did not include possible flaws in Charles Darwin’s theory of how life on Earth evolved from lower forms." according to Dallas Morning News) he also writes an...ummm...interesting...memo entitled "The Gift of Medieval Christendom To The Modern World" in which he asserts "Freedom is unique to the areas of the world that have been touched by Christianity."

Read his site. Your blood will boil.

Another great quote from the memo:

I argue that the development of medieval political structures with their limiting of the power of the governments and the resulting freedom for commerce, and the freeing or releasing of human energy coincides with the assimilation of the ideas of the dignity of the human being-"created in the image of God". This was a gift of the spread of Christianity in Europe or as many call it "Christendom".

Most world history books identify all the characteristics used in my argument but, in my opinion, fail to give them the significance they deserve. These books do not really give an explanation of the coincidence of Christianity and the freedom that follows it around."

Cheney Pic of The Day

Is that Cheney or Gob?

"You look like you're hunting dragons. In the Future."

I Wrote This Song in '94

From Dave Chappelle's lost episodes...a lost Tupac song....written "way before blackberry pagers."

DJ: Tupac, Rest in Peace
Tupac (on record): OK, I will!


It's true! I always knew it! Mass sightings in Stratford Upon Avon. And those pathetic excuses by the MOD:

"Unless there is evidence of a potential threat to the United Kingdom from an external military source, and to date no UFO report has revealed such evidence, we do not attempt to identify the precise nature of each sighting reported to us.

"We believe that rational explanations such as aircraft lights or natural phenomena could be found for them if resources were diverted for this purpose but its not the function of the MoD to provide this kind of aerial identification service."


Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Best Colber Intro Ever


Dear Smokers (from Joe Jackson)

Here's an important message from our good friend Joe Jackson (whole post here)


Dear Smokers,

You are the scum of the earth. Bad enough that you are intent on committing suicide, but with your noxious fumes you are committing nothing less than murder too.

The preceding statement should sound pretty familiar by now. If you believe it, don't bother to read any further. But if you're skeptical, consider this: you're being made into scapegoats by people who are nowhere near as honest and noble as is commonly assumed. In fact a lot of them are downright nasty, and it's about time you started standing up to them.

From July 1st, smoking is banned in every pub, restaurant and club in England - including private clubs, but then again a pub is private property too. I could bemoan the loss of property rights; I could also have a good rant about the loss of tolerance and free choice. But the real issue is that the only possible justification for this ban is blatantly, and provably, so phoney that it stinks to high heaven. I refer, of course, to the grotesquely-hyped but elusive phantom of 'secondhand smoke'.

Bikini Clad Women Employed By Landscapers

Brilliant idea no. 2,341

How would you punish a disorderly student?

I can think of many creative ways...but I don't think it would ever occur to me to have them do: POND SQUATS.

Polar Bear Cub!

Everybody smile!

Fast Food Items of The Day

McDonald's NEW 42oz drink!
Hardee's Thickburger


The Philosophy of Alan Watts

... courtesy of Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Thoughtful clip.

Sunday, July 22, 2007

I believe another blogger said it best

a paragraph from kung fu monkey:

Oh, how they mocked. But my momentary cowardice still allowed me to retain a shred of dignity, and so was worth indulging. Because if I'd gotten on that ride, my friends would have actually heard me scream. Like a little girl. Like a little girl who just woke up because somebody licked her foot. Like a little girl who just woke up because somebody licked her foot, and then when she turns on the light there's an evil clown sitting in the middle of her bedroom, eating her pony.

There's no comebacks from the clown-pony scream.

News You Can Use

This is the headline, verbatim:
Tiny Brain No Problem for Tax Official
The utter truth in this article is unbearable.

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Grammar RULES!

from wall street journal online:

Knowing Their Place
The final Harry Potter book hits the shelves tonight, but USA Today reports that some spoilsports have gotten their hands on advance copies and are spreading the word:

"I am a bored, sadistic loser who doesn't play sports, have a job or have a girlfriend, so I posted Harry Potter spoilers," a 17-year-old Pittsburgh high schooler boasted in an interview with USA TODAY. "It was fun for myself at the expense of others." USA TODAY contacted the teenager after it saw his spoiler post on Facebook.

But not everyone is a bored, sadistic loser who doesn't play sports, have a job or have a girlfriend:

Major news outlets continued to avoid reporting spoilers available on the Web. "It's not exactly national security we're talking about," says NBC News vice president Phil Griffin, who oversees MSNBC. "I don't think it's our place to spoil the enjoyment."

What's troubling here, of course, is the implication that it is the place of journalists to undermine national security.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Oh dear, there goes all of my free time...

Check out this virtual NES. Pretty cool!

Office productivity down: 67%

Employee Morale up: 78%


The Fattening Rooms of Africa

Absolutely fascinating. In some African cultures, having extra weight is a status symbol, and people pay to go to special "fattening rooms" where you can eat, sleep, and gain weight. It is particularly popular to do before weddings...

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Some Of The Coolest Structures In The Modern World

And they're Japanese!

And they're SEWERS!

Republican Gazette

This article is reporting on Hillary planning an event at a gay B&B, and then changing it to a traditional, non-gay B&B. All meant, I suppose, to simultaneously call Hillary's balls into question as well as further tagging Hillary as a gay supporter. So with all of this, I find it just a tad ironic that the Google sponsored ads pick up on "gay friendly B&B" and return ads just for that. So it seems, Republican Gazette might just might be more of a gay supporter than it knew!

The Perfect Chair For A Rainy Day

...or anytime for PotBott. The Biblio Chair!

Tuesday, July 17, 2007


The town. Revel in the history.

"Cockerham is a small village and civil parish within the City of Lancaster district of Lancashire, England. It is six miles (9.6 km) south of Lancaster and fifteen miles (24 km) north-northwest of Preston. Located along the estuary of the River Lune, it has a total resident population of 558.[1]

Cockerham has lain within the historic county bounadaries of Lancashire since the middleages, having previously formed a township and parish within the hundred of Lonsdale and district of Lancaster.[2]"

Evangelical Preachers...

...with "100 Reasons Evolution is Stupid." What a dick!

Very Kevin Smith

Walmart to sell Jesus action figures! The "Buddy Christ" is next...

Monday, July 16, 2007

and while we're on condoms

why not bring the kids into this?

the girl that will wear this...

is screwed up in the head... or kinky to the max. either way, i definitely want to meet her.
The Best Bikini Ever Crafted By Human Hands.

When I Look For Condoms...

...I look for Japanese condoms. This article features 10 of the best, including Fe+Male condoms, and "Skins Mobile."

Best First Sentence Ever In A News Article

" BATH — Except for a tragic accident, the 35th annual Bath Heritage Days parade went off without a hitch."


2008 Election

There is really only one candidate worth voting for.