Hard Drinkin' Lincoln "Abraham Lincoln: statesman, leader, beloved President - and America's favorite boozehound! "Hard-Drinkin' Lincoln" shows us the real Honest Abe: a loud, lewd, obnoxious guy in a big hat -- the kind of guy you sit behind in the theater and just want to shoot. So come knock one back with The Great Emancipator!" Spectacularly tasteless and funny flash cartoons.
Monkey bone fuels British town's curious simian myth "According to popular legend, a monkey dressed in a French uniform was washed ashore at Hartlepool and tried by local magistrates on suspicion of being a French spy." See also The Hartlepool Monkey. more inside
Prince Harry Speaks "Since all of that fuss regarding my wearing a swastika armband at a recent costume affair, I�ve decided to keep this sensitivity journal, charting my increasing awareness of the feelings of others, especially those of different races, religions, and smells."
Curious George: Help me wire my house for sound. I am a boring middle-aged professional type who has slowly fallen out of the habit of listening to music, and I want to reverse this life-denying trend! [+]
An Eagle-Eye View of the World Dr. Evil: You know, I have one simple request, and that is to have
sharks eagles with frickin' laser beams wireless video cameras attached to their heads! Very cool footage!
Curious George: Fake Websites Like This One? I am a university professor, looking for fake websites that I can use in my methods course. Link goes to the classic example. [more inside]
Curious George: Favorite Online Cartoons Curious George: Great Online Cartoons? My current favorite is Time Kreider
Curious George: Stream of a GAP Ad? Does anyone know where I can find streaming video of the latest American TV spots from the GAP? more inside
America's First Gay President The outted and outgoing governor of New Jersey is by no means America's first, or highest-ranking, or most controversial gay politician. That honor very likely belongs to President James Buchanan and his probable paramour, former Vice President Rufus King. Somewhat scholarly discussion of the Buchanan controversy here here and here.