It's not just individual dirty words that caught author Jonathan Chamberlain
Best in Show! Behold this year's winner at the the Westminster Kennel Club, a Newfoundland named Josh. Lord Byron had a Newfoundland named Boatswain, which he memorialized in poetry (judging by the painting, I'd guess Boatswain must have been a Landseer.)
Have a nice cuppa. And while you're at it, admire the hard work of the scientists struggling to help you make the perfect food. Perfect so long as you aren't a vegan, that is.
Studio Tanuki has a host of excellent, strange, french fun activities. Watch the inimitable Catfish Hotel movie, check out PinPin Le Lapin, play a frustrating round of Strip Poker (hint: the computer cheats... "hihihihihi!") then take a whirl at this exceedingly difficult to follow Dating Simulator. You can play strip poker with the gentleman as well, if you care to. Oh those wacky French! Those wacky Japanese! thanks to Webzen for the Catfish Hotel link
'It's the monkey or me' Redemption for two double posts in one week. A story of a pop idol, his wife, and the monkey that... tore them apart
Theory On the Bogus Nigerian Yellowcake Uranium Rodger A. Payne's has a theory on the bogus yellowcake uranium document that Joseph C. Wilson debunked to sheds. Payne's theory is plausible. He links to Symour Hersh's and Josh Marshall's thoughts on the subject. It sounds like Marshall is about to crack the story open. Is it just me or is Bush starting to look really beatable. He's got all these scandals on national security going on at once. If he looses the national security issue, I don't see what else he has to run on.
Downloadable valentines cards True Love expresses itself in strange ways. Some of these strange ways can be found at youyesyou. True Bitterness also expresses itself here, just in case something terrible's happened twixt you and a faux beau.
Snotty indian tech support? They're probably racist says India's economic times. Casteless Americans don't seem to engender much love in some of these people. More forward thinking Indians are getting over this however. The times are a changing, albeit slowly. My only question is WWJD?
Can philosophers help handle terror? A book review of Philosophy in a Time of Terror, by Giovanna Borradori. Via Arts and Letters Daily.
The Meaning of Life Everyone (including) tells me how great this link is. What am I missing here? Some interesting art, baaaaaaaaaad poetry, and old, O*L*-D, WAY OLD absolutely ORFFAL rock&roll to inspire you. Monkey chatter?
"The maxi pads woke me in the middle of the night. I saw maxi-pads as coasters, maxi-pads as rug stoppers, maxi-pads doing everything but the darn dishes. Hey, wait a minute _ I bet they COULD do the darn dishes!"
The Bathroom Diaries Would that I had known of this resource when I lived in NYC.
The Physics of Cows. "Eventually, this vast and ever-growing cube of meat will implode under its own gravitational force, forming a singularity. This is why, as every astronomer knows, the surface of every black hole is always a cow." [Flash.]
The Mao of Pooh. Disappointed with the bourgeois drivel that passes for children's fiction these days, a Turtle Collective has formed to combat the indoctrination of our youth with a series of heartwarming tales involving a bear, his best friend Christopher Robin, and socialism with Chinese characteristics.
NationStates An online nation simulation game. You create your own country, fashioned after your own political ideals, and care for its people. Either that or you deliberately torture them. It's really up to you. Created by the author of Jennifer Government, Max Barry. more insidePage 1 2 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 849 850 851 891 892