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May 13, 2004

The Shining in 30 Seconds. You've seen The Exorcist in 30 Seconds, performed by bunnies. Well, here's Johnny! Via ABS.
Strong stomach? Then join a surgeon and perform a total knee replacement on a (flash) patient.
To ban or not to ban the cucumber From the land of the free and the home of the brave, of course.
Last July, an 83-year-old grandmother called Loretta Harrison visited her local library in Marion County, Florida. A brightly covered book with a funny title caught her attention. After reading just a few pages, she filed an objection with the library that the book was "to [sic] obsene [sic] for general reading".
Library politics, state politics, sex, scandal, farce. A great read!
Curious George I'm having some problems with customs charges that i don't want to pay. I bought an item on ebay and it had to cross the boarder into Canada. Anyone know any loopholes on how I can get out of this? more inside
"Elves and fairies are usually considered to be part of our folkloric and literary heritage, not creatures we might actually meet. MOYRA DOORLY certainly thought so until, living on a Scottish Island, she had a series of unnerving encounters with the Little People." [Via Disinformation.] more inside
Bad Scrabble: "The following pages are real, unmanipulated examples of Scrabble-tile-chooosing ineptitude, hands so mind-bogglingly unfair in their horribleness that pictures just had to be taken."
Kurt Vonnegut: Cold Turkey Here dude, take a hit of that beautiful sweet rolling cynicism that only the Kurtster can dish. Come for the rant, stay for the song. /Wolof more inside
Weird Animal News Roundup - No monkeys, but news of a man bitten to death by a sexually aroused horse, the sad but inevitable death of the world's fattest raccoon, the cutest vicious guard cat in the UK that ever prompted the Royal Mail to ask its owners to get a proper letter box, and a turkey who tried to kill an SUV. I sense a pattern emerging. more inside
MonkeyView photo server. Just a bunch of other people's photos. Even more fun than random google images, if you're into that sort of thing.
MonkeyView photo server. Just a bunch of other people's photos. Even more fun than random google images, if you're into that sort of thing.
iruses share a common ancestor that existed over 3 billion years ago and may even have even preceded cellular forms of life. Researchers at Montana State University have come to this conclusion after comparing the protein coating of an exotic virus strain, recently isolated from a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park, with a range of vastly different virus types. Unlike most viruses, this new virus doesn't reproduce by infecting living cells but through a chemical reaction and yet it has been found to share a common protein structure with the other viruses. Furthermore, these proteins have shown no significant similarities with the proteins of living cells and this suggests that viruses must have split of from other forms off life very early on. There are even wilder possibilities: that viruses may have preceded cellular life on Earth or even arrived here from outer space.
Murray the Kick Ass Monkey, A little Friday flash fun...monkeyfied! /via milkandcookies.com
Yippee! Through the miracle of the Internet, we can now download the unforgettable, Avant Guarde music of "The Monkees" more inside
How Will I Know Her?
"When we meet new girls we ask them if they would like to participate in this project. They are photographed holding photographs of the ones they miss..." Oddly effective.
Cats... who watch... cats Starbuck watching Jack watching Cinnamon watching Wrigley watching Annie watching Molly watching Torin watching Chloe watching Bebe watching Luna watching Frida watching Sammy watching Spot watching Brad Kitt & Cat Stevens watching Fumphy watching Ugly watching Clyde watching Cat1 watching Pixel ...
pr0n as propaganda: "Graphic photos appearing on Arabic websites of U.S. servicemen raping and sexually abusing Iraqi women were actually taken from American and Hungarian pornography sites."(NSFW) Old news, right? But what does it mean when American politicians hand out those photos at a press conference and they make it into a major U.S. newspaper? (possibly NSFW) more inside
La Fee Verte A compendium of absinthe information and ephemera including history, art, and a buyers guide of brands currently manufactured.