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April 14, 2004

Dance Dance Karnov. Save the city, Karnov! Dancink like you have never danced before! (via Fazed)
Eighteen ways to die... in Legoland. Films of Lego death, dismemberment, and firey death.
MonkeyFilter: The Tagline I'm not sure why I did it, but I cataloged all of the taglines (that I found--94 of them) in comment threads here at MoFi. I laughed my bum off and I decided to share. Votes for a random tagline generator on the main page?? more inside
Bone up on your biology. An index of Flash/Shockwave interactive biology animations, ranging from genetics to biochemistry to neuroscience. Via Science Magazine's NetWatch.
This Is Broken. A blog talking about, uh, broken stuff. Like the confused doors. Or DANALs. Also: The Hall Of Technical Documentation Weirdness
A busy person's guide to the Bush press conference. Just in case you didn't catch it last night and you don't have the time (or desire) to read the full transcript.
Hakuin Ekaku Prints. If you are feeling in the mood for some Zen Buddhist prints by the great Hakuin, well, here they are. I think this one is my favorite.
Genesis of Parodies Original cartoon series by creationists. Their parodies. [Via Panda's Thumb]
Man Bites Dog. Story in full: Dog bites man. Man bites dog. Dog dies because man bites dog to death.
Welcome to Tessellation World, M. C. Escher-type works by Makoto Nakamura Nakamura takes it several steps further. Impressive work, especially for anyone who is a fan of Escher's.
The categorization of dystopias. And my own favorite dystopian author, George Turner
Hide Your Barbies-- There's a New Girl In Town! Is it an homage to Christina Ricci, or a hydrocephalic astronaut caught in an airlock?
GLORIOUS NEWS: SharpeWorld is (mostly) back! If you've never been, go and bookmark NOW. I'll wait. P.S.: 100th post! yay , me!
Someone registered at MetaFilter in the last round of signups, waited 10 days, and then posted a link to his own site, which turned out to be a marketing tool for collecting e-mail addresses via thebettercompany.com. What a jerk! Mathowie: "I just can't believe the jesus guy turned out to be worse than even our worst fears." Does MoFi have a similar policy against self-linking? Just be wary for future potential MoFi abuse by viral marketers.
Victoria's Secret's Commercial I'm sure when women think of sexy lingerie the first thing that comes to their minds is the man who sang Yea Heavy and a Bottle of Bread. This falls under WTF was all parties involved thinking when they made this commercial.
Neat chimp mask. [Via RealityCarnival.]
Origami Portraits. There's two pages of portraits, including Stalin, and Frankenstein's Monster.
The jerky new guys are obviously learning, 'We don't do things like that around here.' "In a study appearing today in the journal PLoS Biology, researchers describe the extensive temperamental and tonal shift that occurred in a troop of 62 baboons when its most beliigerent members vanished from the scene." Commentary in PLoS: "Yet, the main two points of this discovery are loud and clear: social behavior observed in nature may be a product of culture, and even the fiercest primates do not forever need to stay this way."