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July 24, 2006

Go Go more inside
"You, too, can feel like a human in a hamster ball". "...suddenly I know how a daiquiri in a blender feels. I quickly lose track of sky and ground as we tumble upside down, left, right — and I'm suddenly plastered to the wall as the full 4 g's punch me in the face." more inside
He has been described as a modern Dr. Frankenstein.... The image of the severed head has a power in myth and art... more inside

July 23, 2006

Pepto Bismol Ice Cream. Many of us have needed Pepto once or twice before, and we all love ice cream, but how can I create two great tastes that taste great together?
Open Letter to the Great Comic Actor, Luke Wilson The primary members of Steely Dan notice striking similarities between Owen Wilson's latest film and a song they released a few years ago and have written a letter appealing to brother Luke. more inside
This dude needs a new name. His current name, Aaron Landau Schwartz, won't do. We monkeys have named dessert restaurants, sports bars, birds, bands, babies (real and imaginary) and more: surely we can release a 32-year old "pretentious, self righteous, super attractive millionaire" from dorky-name hell? Humour columnist Gene Weingarten's already got us started. Oh, and there's a $25,000 prize at stake.
Something Stupid Stupid signs more inside
http://www.ralphmag.org/ I was overjoyed to receive R.A.L.P.H. (Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and the Humanities) Mag. today in the mail, and wondered if any of ye monkies had the enjoyment that the magazine brings me. more inside

July 22, 2006

The Tritare is a Y-shaped guitar-like instrument, custom made by Claude Gauthier and Samuel Gaudet. The strings twist through three necks (Spinal Tap, eat your heart out), all of which project from the body of the instrument at different angles. When strummed, the result is a "network" of vibrations that yields a sound somewhere between that of a regular guitar and a gong. For we who are about to rock.... All hail the Tritare!
Listen... Tritare
Richest place on earth? This'd give anyone a reason ta spit a few chips!
The happiest place on Earth? No, not this place, this place. more inside
Chavez Ravine: Poor Man's Shangri La Chavez Ravine—the lost Mexican American community near downtown Los Angeles where Dodger Stadium is now located. It was a main location for the Zoot Suit Riots. Residents were evicted when plans were made for a large public housing complex. The housing was never built when the man in charge was made to testify before HUAC for his socialist notions of public housing. more inside
Music-Map: The tourist map of music Pretty mainstream (no "The Harvey Girls", no "Teriyakis"), but fun to fiddle around with.

July 21, 2006

It is a vibrator for your iPod, there I said it. The front page is kinda SFW. I didn't delve too deep into the site because, I am at work. more inside
Bicycle Tricks Must see. Embedded video. more inside
Sofa Stuck? We have noticed you have a small personal problem with sofas. You move them and get them stuck in hallways. But it's nothing a little math won't fix.
Dance Like A Monkey! From the upcoming New York Dolls album. Directed/animated by Dano Johnson and R. Don Smith (QuickTime; YouTube mirror)
Google has existed for : "We all love Google, but do you remember what life was like before Google? I know that is seems like a while ago, but it wasn't that long ago:" The Faq more inside
When Michael Powell's film 'Peeping Tom' was released in Britain in 1960, it was met with a wave of revulsion and was pulled from release, effectively ending the career of a genius who was the co-creator of undeniable classics such as 'The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp', 'A Matter of Life and Death' and 'The Red Shoes'. Why? more inside
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