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July 09, 2006

Bad bad fashion. She goes by the name malingering and she takes many pictures of the amusing and sometimes frightening fashions on the streets of Los Angeles. There are so many photos that it is broken into two sections. Also featuring subsets on pants with asswriting , the dangers of low-rise, fake boobies , who are their parents? and a special one for our Australian friends. more inside
Lomax collection About 400 photographs ca. 1934 - 1950 documenting sound recording expeditions carried out by John Avery Lomax, Alan Lomax, and Ruby Terrill Lomax for the Archive of American Folk Song, including African American and Latino musicians, singers, and dancers, primarily in the southern United States and the Bahamas. (via) more inside

July 08, 2006

Nudist Trampolining - (FLASH game) The sun is shining & the birds are singing, so why not get your kit off & jump around on the trampoline? NSFW contains ugly bearded nude man with hovering glyph over his naughty bits & SOUND. more inside
Bush pilot. Kind of says it all.

July 07, 2006

Audrey Kawasaki will be showing her really neato art at Roq La Rue in Seattle. Show opens tonight! more inside
Curious George: How on earth does YouTube make money? more inside
The Nazi Connection with Shambhala and Tibet. Cause, I dunno? via growabrain more inside
BBWW - a blog of plus-sized Wonder Woman cartoons. via
The Evolution of Gnarles Barkley's "Crazy" - you've all heard it. A song that (nearly) everyone seems to dig. For once, a decent song gains the attention of the hype machine. But have you heard "Nel Cimitero Di Tucson", which is the original form of "Crazy"? more inside
2 minutes silence in London We stood for 2 minutes, while the red buses stopped and the rain fell. Passing tourists wondered why we were all standing outside, then you saw the realisation on their faces. I'm currently working for The Tube, and many of my colleagues were involved last year. Everyone seems very calm. more inside

July 06, 2006

Simplified spelling... good, or bad? Must be a slow news day if this got into Yahoo headlines. But, it is an interesting issue. more inside
Bonobo playing Ms. Pacman - it's a YouTube link.
Cry like a baby - do not go to jail. And check out the visog of the wise old judge!
Cell Intelligence This website is organized with a table of contents. One finds some radical claims in the first section, and I was at first put off by this. On second look, I found it useful to go deeper into the later parts to assess the information on the site, much of which I found intriguing.
War Junkies "Between cheese-eating surrender monkeys and fire-eating war junkies." "Why is it that the United States, which has not suffered a major terrorist attack at home for more than four years, thinks it's at war, while the United Kingdom, which was hit by a major terrorist attack just a year ago, does not?"
Monkey Music Its been a while since the Monkey Filter last.fm group was brought up. Here are the top artists for monkey filter for the week prior to July 2: more inside

July 05, 2006

Paste Magazine's list of the 100 best living songwriters, along with a similar list chosen by their readers.
Ken Lay is Dead more inside
Cronenberg on Warhol. David Cronenberg talks to the ceeb about a show on Andy Warhol's dark side he's guest-curating at the AGO.
DPRK Missile Crisis is being liveblogged! One of our very own lies in the path of a madman's deathwish! No, it's not Gojira (he's not a man), it's not Dr. Evil (this guy prefers nukes to sharks with frickin' lay-zer beams). No, it's everybody's favorite member of the Axis of Evil, Kim Jong-Il who's currently lobbing missiles into the Sea of Japan. She's liveblogging the news in Japan, so drop by and watch the end of the world. more inside
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