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August 28, 2006

Curious George - Full Sized DVD Camcorder? Needed: a camcorder that records directly to full size DVD, and not that mini-DVD 3" format. We need the big one. Not the mini. more inside
Federal Judge Says Video Games Are Just Like Fine Literature Oh, and Louisiana can't ban Grand Theft Auto.
Walkenclips, for when you just need the wise words of the man who asked for more cowbell.
Yale Shmale. Lakehead University is using Bush as a negative example in their new ad campaign. more inside
Animusic Rocks. My dull monday morning has been brightened up by the fun musical 3d animations of the Animusic company which specializes in 3D Computer Graphic music animation. And thanks to Youtube you can check out how awesome this stuff is. more inside
Curious Cyber-fashion George With more high-tech fabrics being developed - what item of clothing or accessory are you hanging out for? more inside
A lost love letter purported to be from poet John Betjeman turns out to have an altogether different message for one of his feuding biographers, the somewhat controversial AN Wilson.

August 27, 2006

Nucular War! Why didn't anyone tell me that a third part of the people will be killed over a fourth part of the Earth on September 12, 2006? This is information I would have liked to have had, and now I am angry! That leaves me only a little more than two weeks to spend all of my money, charge up my credit cards, and beat the living crap out of people I don't like. more inside
Who is Kilgore Trout? Kilgore Trout. bn: 1907 (to American Parents) in Bermuda where he attended Grammar School until his father's job with the Royal Ornithological Society ended and they moved to Dayton, Ohio. Married & divorced 3 times, he has one child, Leo, a Vietnam Veteran. By 1974, Trout had written 117 novels & 2,000 short stories. "Venus on the Half Shell," Kilgore Trout's masterpiece, contains therein the legend of The Space Wanderer, Simon Wagstaff. A man of virtual immortality. "Without immortality, the universe is meaningless," he said."Ethics, morality, society as a whole are just means to get through life with the least pain. They can all be reduced to one term: economy."
Cheese on tour Congratulations! - you've made it to the Web's number one site for pictures of cheese in famous places.
Sorry Princess But you'll have to wait until your 18th Birthday before Daddy can buy you new boobs. more inside
The Arty Bees Cabinet of Curious Bibliophilia Featuring such fine titles as What Bird Did That? (yes, that), The Truth About Fonzie (I don't want to know) and Jammin' ("If you can stand up on skates, you can "get down" on them.") more inside

August 26, 2006

Belgian Farting Pig. Need I say more? (google video)
Save Gas, Drive a BLOOD CAR In the near future gas prices have reached astronomical highs nearing $40 a gallon. One man, Archie Andrews, an environmentalist elementary school teacher, is trying to discover an alternate fuel source. While experimenting with wheat grass, Archie accidentally stumbles upon a solution. That solution turns out to be blood. HUMAN BLOOD! more inside

August 25, 2006

Talk about shrinkage. They say "pollution". I say "frelling cold water". But while we're on the subject. More wacky news. And who could forget. /farkfilter
Imagination is this week's dose of Flash goodness coming in the form of a site that sort of reminds me of Jackson Pollock meets Ze's Drawtoy VS Byokal.
T.O. lab to test DNA of Mystery Dog. Scientists are confused, as the beast that's been terrorizing Maine looks nothing like Cujo.
Bush Stinks! If you elect a frat boy as President of the United States, don't be surprised if he enjoys farting and making others smell it. via y2karl's Flatulence Fiesta
Linux-Curious I've been thinking about switching to Linux for awhile, but not a hundred percent sure if I should...Help! more inside
That only makes eleven (plus one mislaid) and not fourteen, unless wizards count differently to other people. But now please get on with the tale. Recently (sometime between May and July depending on who you ask) people started receiving spam messages that slipped by filters by containing random bits of prose from the works of JRR Tolkien. Dubbed "hobbit spam," these emails contained nothing else- no links, no images, no advertisements of any kind. more inside
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