In "M.O.N.K.E.Y. Part N.I.N.E.: Now It Never Ends"

Stereotypically, we envision everyone tussled, mumbling: Earth a tarnished simian.

Educated xenomorphic plots leave earth tempting in Venutian enclaves.

In "Clouds - better from space"

Pretty cool how landmasses seem to affect clouds for miles after the cloud has passed.

In "Early 1900s in Colour."

I just don't know. Some fo these photos are far too clear to really be from the early 1900s. Even with digital processing and cleanup, some of these just look too updated. *jury's out for me*

In "リワインド"

Brilliant simplicity. Neat!

In "Teste Touch"

I thought nobody could fail art school, and here we see an epic art fail. Well, it's not even really art. Jebus.

In "Egyptian Mummies are not screaming"

I'm glad I clicked on the incorruptables link. At first I thought it would be about a sequel to that Pixar film.

In "The Sh** Box."

Festivals? You mean I have to crap out in the open? Geez, that makes the ovewhelming deodorant stench of a sanikan seem oh so much better.

In "FreakFridayFilter: On the Busses."

Maybe. But then the freaky guy would turn the knife on them. The self-preservation part of my own brain would somehow beat down the urge to help. (then it would stab it repeatedly) The problem I see here is that somewhere, someone is thinking, "wow, I could do that on a bus? Nice idea." then run off and commit a copycat crime, blaming the news media and the original hacker. Our world is clearly going to hell.

And THAT's for the bucket of confetti. And THAT's for the white face paint. And THIS ONE is for the oversize shoes.

In "Disney's goin' 3D"

mmph. Do I need to wear the damn glasses again for the umpteenth time since 1950?

In "M.O.N.K.E.Y.#. E.I.G.H.T."

I think you meant habedasher. "Has anyone been excited regarding drizzle and sleet?", his Evangeline recited.

Torrential rain and crap: I can't look eastward.

Yes, although my mind evades, remembers.

In "FAIL."

Hilarious. Forgot to post last night. Enhanced by a few wonderful porter ales, I laughed my way through them. splice: thanks for the macrochan link as well. Easily just as much fun!

In "Netscape Navigator no more"

..the more popular Firefox, which commands about 10 percent of the Web browser market, with almost all of the rest going to Internet Explorer. Actually, the numbers as of earlier this year were more like 20% and 80%, give or take a few Safari users.

In "Surprise Finds at Egypt Temple "Change Everything""

The ramp probably served as the ruler's personal landing area, extending directly into the Nile to allow the pharaoh to transfer directly from his boat to the temple. Hm. If those "rulers" also carried the Ark of the Covenant around, and, say, it fell off the boat at some point and sunk into the silt... /scurries off to buy plane ticket and shovel

In "M.O.N.K.E.Y.#. E.I.G.H.T."

Grand Rapids (and North Dakota) irritate Londoners: Offer quicker usage engaging new consumer electronics!

In "Japanese Sound effects and what they mean"

If I could only remember clicking submit twice...

In "M.O.N.K.E.Y.#. E.I.G.H.T."

Received: toys, from mothers! (Merry Day-after Christmas, y'all. I'm stuck at work.)

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