November 10, 2007

Tiny Cookies. You want fries with that?
C is for Cookie: That's good enough for me. more inside
James Brown gives you dancing lessons.
Here, have cookie
No bake cookies . Don't bake 'em more inside

November 09, 2007

River Vs. Road
Winners of the 2007 World Beard & Moustache Championships. Previous editions here and here.
101 gadgets that changed the world . 15 wonderful uses for tea 50 dumb thrill-seeking deaths 15 awsome uses for aluminum foil 8 of the world's most unusual plants 60 uses for table salt 5 inappropriate children's videos 715 games and counting 19 ways to be offensive at a funeral more inside

November 08, 2007

The Experiences of a Very Unimportant Officer. "The dugouts in this part of the line were infested with rats. They would frequently walk over one when asleep. I was much troubled by them coming and licking the brilliantine off my hair; for this reason, I had to give up using grease on my head. I never heard them biting anyone."
A pair of researchers conclude that people unconsciously opt for things that begin with their initials. The working document, Moniker Maladies: When Names Sabotage Success can be downloaded here. more inside
Soviet arcade games (gallery)
Aquadots! Making Playtime more fun for everyone! Aqua Dots are a great new toy you may have seen advertised on TV! The self-adhesive brightly colored spheres allow children of all ages to contstruct any number of fun shapes, limited only by their imagination! Everyone's talking about Aquadots! more inside
Your PIN Number Revealed! OMFG! more inside
Jimmy Carter, Cat Killer - 'Lamentably, I killed your cat while trying just to sting it.' WTF more inside
The W.G.A.: "Why We Fight." The reason The Daily Show is suddenly in re-runs. more inside

November 07, 2007

Go Ahead, Rationalize. Monkeys Do It, Too.
Battle Cries. When war comes, songwriters take up their pens.
Tesla Coil Mario Brothers Theme No speakers, just electric Mario Bros. Goodness. And if that whets your whistle, here's 600+ NES games to be played in your browser. (Intel X86 only). Cheers!
The mysterious death of Lyndon LaRouche's printer. 'The LaRouche movement has been called many things: Marxist, fascist, a political cult, a personality cult, a criminal enterprise, and, in the words of the Heritage Foundation, "one of the strangest political groups in American history." More than anything else, however, what it resembles is a vast and bizarre vanity press...One of the LaRouche movement's longest-serving loyalists was Ken Kronberg. A handsome classics scholar and drama teacher, Kronberg owned and managed PMR Printing, the outfit that has generated the idiosyncratic propaganda that sustains LaRouche's entire enterprise.'
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