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February 28, 2004

Fifth graders' opinions on the Martha Stewart trial And for anyone who cares, Martha herself is looking forward to returning to being America's domestic diva.
Launch a Warthog. This is a little Halo game where you have grenades and launch a Warthog with them to smash floating purple alien things. Rather amusing for a Saturday afternoon. more inside
Hey Ya, Charlie Brown! (Quicktime movie) is one of the best edited bits of whimsy I've seen in a long time. Originally by Venis Productions, they got a Cease and Desist from United Media, as have some other sites hosting the clip. I think they'll be chasing this one forever, though....
Canada's Juno Awards are our answer to the Brits and Grammy's. They're also quite famous for ignoring the bleeding edge of our own rock moment. Such acts include Joy Division/New Order-esque The Stills, Cure-lovers Hot Hot Heat, U2/Coldplay-worshippers Pilate, and the enigmatic Broken Social Scene. more inside
Designer Vaginas. An "appearance gynaecology" clinic in Auckland offers a range of new treatments, including restoring hymens, vaginal rejuvenation, repairing damage from giving birth, liposuction and labial reconstruction. more inside
I normally HATE prank calls and "wacky" radio DJ's and easy potshots at racist idiots but THIS is just TOO good.
A girl, her Ducati, and her blog. "The repetitive dream I hate the most is the one where I'm on a motorcycle and I crack the throttle and nothing happens so I have to start pedalling. If that isn't some subconscious sign of emotional impotency, I'll eat my hat." more inside
Oh, the Rhodes to Ruins: Ancient Ephesus is only one of many classical relics on this site, sponsored by the Turkish government. There are also other materials, as for instance this, featuring a downloadable Guide to Ephesus. more inside
"The Vulva is something men have feared..." As a man, I not only don't fear them, but kinda think they are neato! This is a cute little clip. Innocent enough, but probably NSF.
Accidental videogame pornography. Bask in the warm glow of pornographic "accidents" in your favourite videogames. Witness a mind-blowing Kirby gang-bang, be shocked and awed by a Chrono Trigger robot servicing, or be entertained by Pikachu's frisky side. Hilarity? more inside
A mystical experience ...flash...apparently there's more to this than i can achieve.(more inside)
Ninjai: The Little Ninja This is a brilliantly done flash cartoon. Somewhat violent, but also beautiful and intriguing.
Uncovered: The Whole Truth About the Iraq War After watching this, I am surprised that more folks, on both the left and the right, aren't up in arms about the deception that was practiced on the American public. I did a search and it appears that this hasn't be published in Monkeyland before. I thought that it might make a good companion to Atrios Gets Interviewed. Unlike the innuendo that passes for "news", filmmaker Robert Greenwald and his team interviewed subjects from across the political spectrum to come up with a blistering indictment of the Bush Whitehouse and the deceptions it practiced in misleading us to war. Quick time of the trailer here. Nader has got at least one thing right. Let's start the impeachment now!
My American... A short comic by Susannah Breslin (who used to be the Reverse Cowgirl). more inside
Final hours of a supernova. Sure, it's a big explosion, but what's cool is astrophysicists have a detailed picture of the final hours and seconds of the blast. In short, the supernova occurs when silicon fusion ends and the star is suddenly left with about 10^27 tons of unburnable iron. The star collapses at up to 15% of the speed of light and rebounds cataclysmically, all in less than one second. More neat stuff here and here. Whoever said class notes are dull?