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January 08, 2006

Curious George: Boycotting What are the most worthwhile companies to boycott? Say company X used baby spines in the process of making their product or services cheaper, so then I'd obviously wouldn't want to support something like that. more inside
Obvious magic The paper cut sculpture of Peter Callesen, each made from a single A4 sheet of paper. Via
Curious George: Wacky Stocks. A stock photo used by The Nation of Islam's Final Call online also appeared in an advert for the American Humanist Association. I'm interested to know if this is a unique phenomenon. more inside
And I missed it. Please tell me someone can find a picture of this guy and any opponent(s) sumo wrestling in Times Square on 12/22.
Out With The Old Drunk, In With The New 'Ask yourself: how many times do I, as a grownup, show up for work after a vacation with a bunch of cuts and bruises on my head? Ask yourself: how many of my friends regularly show up, after a vacation, with lacerations and contusions on their face?' more inside
Dowload Comics Onto Your Ipod. Free. This service covers several comics, with more and more being added. They've good some good comics, from Count Your Sheep, to Joe Loves Crappy Movies.
CG: Raed in the Middle - Call for Compensation Ideas I'm willing to start a project asking for compesation to Iraq. The Project will be based on the UNCC's methodology for compensation, the one Iraq respected and obayed for the last decade in paying compensation to Kuwait. Still waiting for ideas and suggestions on the project. I can be easily reached on jarrar.raed(at)gmail.
The Unnatural Natural The hobo Roy Hobbs. A homeless guy who clouts homers in a softball league somewhere in the heartland. It sounded too good to be true, at first, but baseball is full of things that are too good to be true--baseball itself is too good to be true--and that's one of the things we love about it. Like no other sport, baseball caters to our need for mythology. For pretend. more inside