Monday, November 03, 2008

Charter Member, Itty Bitty Titty Committee

Ode to Boobs Nudity, but very tastefully done (European ad for Breast self exam), a touching short film. (Yes, I said tasteful & touching in reference to a film about boobs. It IS!)

Big vs Small breasts

Big Busted Women

-can get a taxi on the worst days
-have a neat place to carry spare change
-have always been the center of the arts (art)
-make jogging a spectator sport
-can keep a magazine dry while laying in the tub
-have more negotiating power (with men shorter than them)
-usually can find leftover popcorn after a movie
-can always carry a little extra
-always float better
-know where to look first for lost earrings
-rarely lack for a slow dance partner
-have a place to set their glasses when sitting in an armless recliner

Small Busted Women

-don't cause a traffic accident every time they bend over in public
-always look younger
-find that dribbled food makes it to the napkin on their lap
-can always see their toes and shoes
-can sleep on their stomachs
-have no trouble sliding behind the wheel of small cars
-know that people can read the entire message on their t-shirts
-know that everything more than a handful is wasted
-can come late to a theater and not disrupt an entire aisle
-can take an aerobic class without running the risk of knocking themselves out

Friday, August 24, 2007


Maybe I'm easily amused, but I think this is a greatly under-appreciated art form



Fuckin' cool!

Ron A, is that you?(fixed)


Dave Chapelle

Fire, cool!

The Police

Self defense umbrella

Touch the rainbow!

Skittles leak!

Date me!(no not me, him)

Once you go buck, you never go back...

Oh god the humanity!

Idjut demographics

Sesame street

Both you and Cheney!

Linkin Park bargain bin

Draw with html! I bow before the geek overlord!

Go to this page & view source you heathen unbeliever!

Bringing news of freedom

Crazy, now with Therimin goodness

Scuze? Do you have the time?

Christopher Walken comedy, scheduled to be released 08/31/07

The meth song!

Tickle me emo!

Tonight, on this small planet...

Won't the flashbacks ever stop?

Doin' it with style

Women in art

Women in film

Ostrich Song

And hello to you, too

100 great movies, how many can you name?

Best translator evar!

World's shortest runway

Photoshop for the win!


The Encyclopedia of Life

Oh, I see now

Tards with guns

Did he say Heavy Equipment porn?
Found some:

Still think I'm fat?

Oh yeah

Movie previews:

West Side Story

The Titanic

The Shining

Computers that invent

2:14 a.m. E.S.T., August 29th?

Invisible Children

Hot Ice?

From another Fark discussion thread:
I am a Republican. They tell me I:
* Am against Abortion.
* Am for the war.
* Hate poor people.
* Am skeptical about global warming.
* Don't value minorities.
* Don't care.
* I'm rich or I'm stupid.
* Against gun-control.

I am a Democrat. I'm supposed to:
* Support welfare.
* Be against the war.
* Hate rich people.
* Be active to protect the environment.
* Value all minorities.
* Feel your pain.
* Be smart. Even if I'm a hippy, or a yuppy, or poor or rich. I'm enlightened.
* Be pro-choice.
* Be for civil liberties.
* Be against Bushies, Rummies, Condi, Gonzalez (One of THEM)

We don't live in a democracy. We live in a representative republic. So you don't vote on
individual issues. You vote once every 4 years for this, every 6 years for that, every 2
years for that. And all of your little mini-votes are wrapped up in these little packages
called Republican or Democrat.

And somehow we're almost divided at 50/50.

What an interesting little "democracy".

How about choice three:

I am a sane, rational person. I tell myself I am:

* Support personal freedom when it does not infringe upon the good will of others. (That
means abortions, guns and tiny American flags for all!)
* Believe the government should be closely monitored for abuses of power. (Domestic wire
taps should be closely watchdogged.)
* Respect rich, poor, minority alike, but expect everybody to pull their fair share.
* Support science and rationality over myth, faith and hype
* Support military action provided there is are valid reasons for violence, sound goals
that can be achieved (and don't change every few months) and an overwhelming expectation
of success.
* Expect my government to rule rationally with solid planning and anticipation of
reasonable contingencies.
* Expect my government to not waste my money on dumb stuff.
* Expect my government to help those truly in need with reasonable support and assistance.
* Support the sciences, medicine and technology, as they better all of humanity
* Support educating people with solid educational program that rewards results and
academic achievement - not some meaningless political feel-good nonsense.
* Believe police should be free to do their jobs, but not abuse their jobs or people's
privacy, rights or expectation of normalcy.

You see, sane people don't prescribe to "lib" or "neocon". We prefer sanity.
Unfortunately, the people currently in power (on both sides) are neither sane nor
logical. They prefer jerking people around emotionally. Like telling people they are a
traitor if they question the president.


Oh, now that explains alot...

WOW meets the Simpsons


Mexican Cuisine?

Holy crap Batman!

Mind Bending (very long, but very interesting article)

Largest island in a lake on an island in a lake on an island

How many Shaquille O'Neals in the Great Wall of China?

Why I don't paint people

It all becomes clear now!

They walk right by, like they're safe or sumthin...

Nice little addon for FireFox

I can do that!


Tacomans? On Ice!

How fertile is your imagination?

Survival tips


From a Fark discussion thread:
> Sorry to burst your bubble kid, but no 'Iranian forces' are going to 'storm'
> anything. Even in your fantasy scenario, they'd be swept aside and crushed
> within 48 hours, if that long.

...And we'd be greeted with flowers and candy in the streets as heroes, just like in
Iraq. Right - same crap, different day. There is no operational way for the United States
to win a war on foreign soil anymore, because we are too hamstrung by limitations placed
upon our operations by the universality of media, the oversight of "the international
community," and our own unwillingness to fully perform acts of warfare. The military is
made to kill things and break stuff, not perform politically-expedient sociological
surgery. We cannot win in Iraq, and if Iran attacks we cannot beat them in the Middle
East unless we give up the moral high-ground and determine that it is necessary to raze
cities, slaughter civilians, and otherwise do what warring armies have done for millenia
before we adopted this useless pretense of "limited war." There has never been a limited
war, and the side obeying that delusion has always come out beaten and slinking away with
its tail between its legs. Unfortunately, given that this is seen as such a pointless war
(because it essentially is one), we don't have the moral capital to spend to win it by
going balls-out and actually fighting like we intend to win.

> The fact is that we are ALREADY in a war with Iran and they're already giving
> it all they've got. There's nothing they can do to make it worse for us that
> they aren't already doing, but we could make things 'rather unpleasant' for
> them in an instant.

Iran is hardly "giving it all they've got." You'll know when they're doing that by the
piles of dead Sunni bodies, the burning of cities, and the reduction of the remainder of
sectarian Iraq to an ashen waste. They don't have to physically beat us to win - they
merely have to exhaust our capacity to remain. We're already building an unprecedentedly
massive deficit with this war effort, sinking our currency's balance with those of other
nations as our economic ability to fulfill those debts grows ever more unlikely. The
public by a two-thirds margin wants us to leave already, regardless of the fact that it
will result in a prolonged and brutal theocratic genocide in the area which we are
essentially directly responsible for kicking off; they are tired of friends and family
being half a world away, fighting a battle with objectives we can't define and thus
cannot ever achieve no matter how many Americans die for them. Imagine the public's
response if (or when) Iran enters the battle; it is MacArthur's charge into China and the
fundamental loss of the Korean War once more, because the American public's morale will
be shattered when a new, fresh enemy presents itself before a tired and over-extended
military unprepared to simultaneously serve in both war-fighting and peace-keeping
capacities. The thought will be the same now as it was back then: "we never meant to
fight a war with these people - this is not an enemy we should be engaging."

> Your muslim heroes aren't going to win, junior. I'm so terribly sorry to have
> to be the one to tell you this...

Oh, you're entirely wrong if you think I consider the Muslims "heroes." I'm pissed,
because we aren't going to be allowed to win this war. The way you win a war is you go
in, you kill the leaders, you brutally crush all resistance as mercilessly as possible,
you remove the ability for the remaining populace to fight a war by removing their
ability to receive resupply, aid, or protection from anyone other than yourself, and then
you declare yourself the ruler of the area. You can then do what we did everywhere we
actually won wars, and reshape the political and social climate of the region before
handing significant control back to the local populace. But you can't win pretty wars.
People have to die, including civilians, so that they can understand that their existence
depends solely upon your decision to permit it. The locals must be conquered, their ways
changed, and their children exposed to the might and beneficence of their conquerors.
Only then will they respect your demands, which is the only way they will become more
than petty sectarian tribesmen squabbling in the desert over ancient outmoded traditions.

But we aren't allowed to fight that sort of war anymore. It isn't pretty, it costs lives
and time and there are no happy endings to please the diplomats of the international
community. So we're going to lose, and there will be a genocide followed by a dictator -
just like every third world political cycle ruled by ancient tribal hatreds and the
ambition of a few ruthless men.

If we wanted a real war, we'd draft soldiers and sear the desert clean before coming in
to place the stars and stripes on the crater that was Baghdad. We'd take millions of
lives, place American generals in charge of our new holding, and rebuild the country from
the ground up without allowing petty politicians from the area who helped create the mess
in the first place to screw it up further. Then, after thirty years or so when the main
generation always remembers how good it is to have America there, we'd hand it partially
over with the understood oversight of their older sibling half a world away. And they'd
thank us for conquering them.

But the United Nations would throw a shiatfit, and no one wants their baby drafted, and
so we'll be backing out with our "green zone" burning behind us. Whether it takes two
months or ten years, we'll be constantly throwing American blood into a half-assed
faux-occupation that will immediately collapse the second we leave. It is inevitable, and
so the only recourse is to end it sooner rather than later. We lack the ability to fight
a real war, and so we will lose. Only question is how many good men will die before we
realize that.


Cool Pictures



six strings, four hands

Squirrel caper

Art class?


read a book!

Radar? In my PDA?

Power line maintenance:

A synth? In my PDA?

Jessica the Hippo

A little Possum living...

Shhhh, there's a bomb in my altoids!

Girls. Cars. HAHA!

You've been very bad!

Premium, NOT!

They're every where!

Outdoor skills

Bush Craft books

Fred Sez

Wind shall set you free


Push the button in the middle, to see what I'm thinking right now

Zoom all the way out

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Before de time right an' leave de rest of us to cry

Natasja just died in a car accident.
That's Just Fucked Up...
45 questions
easy now
behind the scenes

Saturday, May 19, 2007

The more people I meet, the more I like my cat...


Enur feat. Natasja

Calabria 2007


Some girl does Almost Blue

P-P-P-P-P-P-P-Portishead Live (mostly)




glory box

Only you


wandering stars

Requiem for a Dream


To Kill A Dead Man

Sour Times



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2 are free

LastFM Nicola

LastFM Mandalay


Theremin bbc South

Theremin Lydia Kavina plays "Claire de Lune"

Theremin player Armen Ra

Theremin by Masami Takeuchi

Bill Bailey plays Theremin


Interview with Bob Moog

Korg MonoPoly pt1

Korg MonoPoly pt2

Discovering electronic music pt1

Discovering electronic music pt2

Discovering electronic music pt3

Gump Fiction

Simpsons. LOTR. Cardboard.

Did you flinch, too?


Dent removal

Just found the 1002nd use

Very messed up



How sweet

Just life in american schools

How to kill a ninja


Stinky britches

Eye yam tie ping too ewe whiff ay news peach wreck ignition soft wear. Thistle bee duh
firs sting eye half writ tin witted. A cording two these oft ware pack edge, disallows
won two bee mower E fish sent win rioting and isle know lawn gear kneed a key bored. Sum
pee pull say its snot vary ewes full, butt eye knead too due sum spearmint ting sew icon
seafloor my shelf. Oops knot shelf. Delete lass toward. Know delete whirred self! Know
dam mitt! Delete sin tense. Crop! Eye shooed B A bull 2 E raise win eye May comma stake U
pizza sheet! Wearer thee inns truck shuns! I yam gun too err race these E male, putt
these peace a ship inn a Bach sand sinned too duh come penny foray re funned. Naught

Life size blue whale


Submerged PC

My teeth!

Photoshop for the win!


Commodore java emulator

Demo Scene

Demo Scene

Demo Scene

So that's what it's good for...

Hostages, Iranians, Hollywood, Canadians & Apes!

The XXX files

17 pages of silly cats

One B-I-G page of silly cats

Oh no! I broke my CFL!

Irish DUI test

Yeah, perfect...

got to get one


"Eventually, the tears of all the children formed a mighty river...
of pure, clean water...
Which washed away all the blood, all the corpses.

Over the roar of water, I heard a woman's voice, singing.

I didn't understand the words, but it was the oldest of all songs, a song as old as

"Everything's going to be all right""


Fascist America in 10 easy steps

Too many club cards?


Remember the blender?


Love me or hate me

Zillow, what's your property worth?

I'm thinkin about getting another Motorcyle.
Yeah, you're right, I think I should stick with bicycles.


Borrowing Boyfriend

I got a new PC! Wanna see!


I am your leader!

CEO pay




Monday, April 09, 2007

Multi-colored pandas shitting a rainbow into your mind

Haven't updated in a bit, been playing with linux, sans Windows partition. Lots of teeth knashing & hair pulling later, I've got a windows partition back on my box. Because I have to do things in an OS that actually WORKS.

Cool toy!

Interesting experiment



Very nicely done

Fergie (GAH!)

Misc crap(Hey, figure out your own damn snappy comments, will ya?):













nina gordon straight outta compton














Very Whack - I like...



More Hurra Torpedo

Ritual appliance mutilation

Spin it!

Bing Bang Blam

Caulk Condoms

War on Drugs

Media Player Classic & all the right codecs





If you sat a million monkeys down in front of a million typewriters, you'd eventually get
Shakespeare's works.

If they were all dyslexic, you'd get the Windows source code.

If they were all drunken, dyslexic, crack-monkeys, you'd get the internet.

She comes in colors...

List of problems solved by MacGyver


"You should go to Vista."

"So you like Vista?"

"Not really, no. I run a Vista simulator."

"Virtual Server?" the Boss asks.

"Nah, I just turned on all the flashy crap in XP, changed the background image, took some
memory out of my box and clocked down the CPU. Then broke Media player. Works like a

"So you don't like it?"

"No. But it has does have one advantage."

"What's that?"

"It causes a clean reinstall of XP which is generally good from a defrag point of view."

Cool buildings

The Overnote

The Judge

Thought for the day: There is more money being spent on breast implants and Viagra today
than on Alzheimer's research. This means that by 2040, there should be a large elderly
population with perky boobs and huge erections and absolutely no recollection of what to
do with them.

2 * 3 * 3 * 37 : The prime factorization of The Beast

665.9238429876 - Number of the Pentium Beast

0×29A - the hexadecimal numeral of the Beast

Ten Ways to Prepare for a Post-Oil Society

VERY bad date

Red dot

Good stuff
mac vs pc vs linux & sometimes bsd

and just because, wii vs ps3

the originals


Get out of my head!


Safety first

Saturday, January 13, 2007

MMMMM, Pork!

GoogTube - Conflict - Soviet Anti-War Animation
GoogTube - What If Chatrooms Were Real Places?
GoogTube - Overclock A Flashlight
GoogTube - How To Become A Cult Leader

Serious geek pr0n... MMMM, somebody buy me one!

GoogTube - Atheists
GoogTube - Philips LumaLive Light Emitting Shirts
GoogTube - Faces Of Meth
GoogTube - CG Water
GoogTube - Crazy Bush Speech
GoogTube - How Rice And Sand Reacts To Sound
GoogTube - Magic Sand

Monday, January 01, 2007


I can niether play the drums nor the piano

will it blend?


Bush. Drunk.

Kinda cool

WOW (play with the zoom first, then the position)




OK, maybe I'm easily impressed. but I thought this is cool.

Ok, put down the crack, step away from the internet...

So I'm thinkin' "don't quit your day job" then she shows up. What a good sport.



I never knew laundry could be so interesting

What, now?

Damn, that was close!

A ________________________ walks into a bar...

Evolution of games

is that real?
(5 movies)

Stop that!

japanese manhole cover art

Sad, but funny.

Ok, I know, Bowling? Jutsu Bowling!


1 hour & 43 minutes ago...

Yes Rico, Kaboom!

One Green Bottle

Mouse Party


That is so wrong!

The good the bad & the awful

So lonely...


how sweet...



Must be crazy...


How YOU doin'?

Tell me!


OKAY then...

Friday, November 24, 2006

Who me?

I am nerdier than 99% of all people. Are you nerdier? Click here to find out!

Friday, November 10, 2006

Free Me!

Glutes! Holy cow!

Nicely done...

Why are children so stupid?

airport security


Whisky Tango Foxtrot?

Mother in Law?

Raving Rabbids?

Daz & Baz

Just evil...

Trigger Happy best of clip, liked the music (19 min)

Dead bodies aren't any fun

slo-mo water balloon

I've never liked Phil, but that may be a bit much


kinda random

Because America *is* the land of the FREE!

Monday, October 30, 2006

Simply Astounding!







an avalanche coming down the mountain


your song


cool new teaching app from MIT

Bad Ass Trucks



60 mph Military Backhoe

See here for specs

Faster one!

Can you find it?


Fire! Cool!

Mafia jeep

Monkey lips...

Holy Crap!

Jiffy lu---AHHH!




Tommy played piano like a kid out in the rain
Then he lost his leg in Dallas he was dancin' with the train
They were all in love with dyin' they were drinkin' from a fountain
That is pouring like an avalanche coming down the mountain

Pretty, but kinda long

Gone Daddy Gone


Sunday, October 22, 2006

A little quicker, this time

I keep tellin you punk-metal is retarded

The sistine chapel?

O-Kay Now

Russian roads

Male restroom etiquette - long, but worth the ending

were there really only 25?

VR gear + RC plane=COOL!

Makes Brain Hurt


Someone, somewhere, is deeply offended by this. Grow a sense of humor

Clicky on the pics...

OKAY, then

Web 2.0

My flashbacks come to life, finally

Details, Details...

Cat on a treadmill


Somtimes I really am glad I live in America


Part of me is appaled, the rest thinks that's pretty cool...

Click the download button, grasshopper


So that's how they work!

Stonehenge in Michigan

ms. dewey


Vat band?

One picture every day (click the damn button already!)



Sunday, October 15, 2006

Damn, I 'spose I should update now & then


Those Japanese invent the coolest gadgets

tatoo remover

cartoonists really shouldn't drop acid

aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh! (and for extra spehalness, click the link about 4 times!)(HAHAHAHAHA)


WOW, That's incredible!

Optical illusions

You did what? in a WHAT?



Levi's? Cool.

OOOH, so talented


give a little love

No effin way! cool!

That may leave a scar...

Ikea makes some really handy stuff

50 riddles.
50 movies.


Thursday, July 06, 2006


weddings always bore me

I think I took some of that once...

Radioactive cookware

Nice guide to Firefox extensions

The visual periodic table

Space paintings

Captivating! apartment music...

"Look again at that dot. That's here. That's home. That's us. On it
everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every
human being who ever was, lived out their lives. The aggregate of our joy
and suffering, thousands of confident religions, ideologies, and economic
doctrines, every hunter and forager, every hero and coward, every creator
and destroyer of civilization, every king and peasant, every young couple
in love, every mother and father, hopeful child, inventor and explorer,
every teacher of morals, every corrupt politician, every "superstar,"
every "supreme leader," every saint and sinner in the history of our
species lived there - on a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam."
Carl Sagan

Polar bears with issues

Funny Magic Trick

What a rube!

The cat from outer space?

Boom!(click 1 of the "download server" buttons)

Level 16! I want my 15 minutes back!

Simply the coolest thing in countertops...

Maybe I'm crazy?

Not nearly as crazy as this guy...

11 sound board (Techno)

Liquid Nitrogen in the pool!

Stunning veil effect photography


Fast Cars. Excellent CG. Phat sounds. Sweeeet!

Just sad, makes me angry, actually.

Kinda cool, grows on you...

Did you like the song? Go to this page & scroll down to "Okay. Then what’s the deal with the girl singing?"

Monday, May 29, 2006

OOOOH! There's more!


Jesus % Mary, a beautiful couple...

Where is this?

Nice colors

I think I know this kid

Focus - Hocus Pocus


So frightened...



I can fly!

Good music, decent animation, but WTF?

More than

Wait there's more!

Friday, May 19, 2006

Lazy Linkies

email icon generator
kill your TV
evolution of dance
very well done
Somewhere, a village is missing their psychopath
Very, Very Cool
So wrong, but I enjoyed it
10 reasons amercans suck (I like #2)
Nice Bike
go to sleep
DJ Tiesto
Srim Shady
The stupidist thing ever
wow, that's amazing
Eyelids so heavy
Well looky here, I gots me one of them there video thingies
Whoa, that's busy
Cheap High Voltage experimenting!
Shoulda got a stihl
Harrassing the kitty
HUH? Say that again?
Umbilical brothers
Think you're a crazy mofo? Not. Even. Close.
More funny animals

Saturday, May 13, 2006

Bunch O Links

Give Peace A Chance
beer ad
game - Heavy-Metal-Girl
OWW! That may leave a scar...
motorcycle/tow truck...
gas pumpcast
kinda cool in a sad "too much free time on my hands" kinda way
very disturbing
censored cookie monster?
awwww! they're so cute
talking kitties
techno kitty
didn't see that coming...
big brass ones
I don't know if Dr Pepper is actually flammable or if they put something
into this but either way I am going to try it.

how's he do that?
cool music video (brief nipples)
rube goldberg
Mark & Pat open a construction company
life. short. play. more.
I got yer juicer, punk!
c'mon you know you want to try it!
ummmmm, why?
I believe the question was - what causes flashbacks?

Saturday, February 11, 2006

midge wobbler? needs more cowbell!

In researching the following, I came accross this page on trolling techniques, which somebody might actually find useful, as opposed to the following:
I find it simply astounding how many people buy into the propaganda
that Dubya is an evil genius in charge of things!
George Herbert Walker Bush,
(born June 12, 1924)
(1967–1971) served as a U.S. congressman from Texas,
(1971–1973) ambassador to the United Nations,
(1973–1974) Republican National Committee chairman (from an office IN the Whitehouse, demanded and accepted the resignation of

Richard Nixon),
(1974–1976) Chief of the U.S. Liaison Office in the People's Republic of China,
(1976–1977) DIRECTOR of the Central Intelligence Agency,
(1977–1980) Chairman of the First International Bank in Houston,
(1981–1989) Directed and Produced a fine propaganda performance, starring

Ronald Reagan
as the president of the United States.
(1989–1993) The 41st President of the United States
(2001-present) Directing and Producing yet another propaganda piece, starring

his son as,
you guessed it, the President.

George Sr. has been running this
country for at least 5 terms...

Friday, February 10, 2006

I'm so confused

Hmmm, now I've taken this test for ADD(I got a 94), after taking the test for Autism/Asperger Syndrome a couple weeks ago & getting a 40, I'm unsure which scourge posseses my brain?

Actually, I mostly enjoy the way my brain works. I fear that IF I were actually diagnosed with either of these, the cure might be worse than the disease, ie: It might allow me to buckle down, focus, be employable & etc, but what would it do to my creativity & intellect??

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Pipi Longstockings' Dungeon of Doom

A Fork Lift Safety Video for Becca.

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Hey, finally a truthful Mac Advertisement!

The benefits of using a Mac! I just knew it!

Sunday, January 29, 2006

How the world sees America?

I found in traveling around the world that a great many people . . ., apparently well educated and sophisticated, were convinced that the people of the United States were in the grip of terror and that free speech and free press no longer existed here. They believed that the United States was fomenting a third world war and would presently start it, with Armageddon consequences for everyone else, and that the government of the United States smashed without mercy anyone who dared to oppose even by oral protests this headlong rush toward disaster.

These people could "prove" their opinions by quoting any number of Americans and American newspapers and magazines. That they were able to quote such American sources proved just the opposite, namely that we do continue to enjoy free speech even to express arrant nonsense and unpopular opinion, escaped them completely.

-Robert Heinlein (circa 1953/54), Tramp Royale, pg 61/62

Saturday, January 28, 2006

Generic Catchy Post Title

Whoa, optical illusions painted in the hallways.I like the one that looks like blue caution tape. The one with the concentric circles drawn with small thin lines makes my head hurt...
Wait! There's more!
18 tricks to teach your body
Top 10 WackiestConspiracy Theories
Quantum Dots?
Alternator Secrets I paid $10 for this from Lindsey Publications!
Animations of different types of engines. It IS true! airplane engines DO rotate with the prop, while the crank stays stationary!
Animated Knots! I always wanted to be boyscout & get merit badges for knots & fire starting!
Glossary of security terms.
The Devils' Dictionary Has nothing to do with satanism, just some really witty, snide & sarcastic definitions.
The Falkirk Wheel Boatlift. Yes, it really exists. Yes, it's awesome!

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Whore Presents?

The only reason I lifted this list from Admitone's
website is because I'm a hopeless leach.
Admitone is a great website. Go check it out.

"The only reason I lifted this list from spadassin's website is because the font they used was so small and difficult to read I almost went cross-eyed and I don't wear glasses. spadassin is a great website. Go check it out. Here's a list of some funny URLs, where the designer wasn't thinking about how people would read the name of the site:
1) Who Represents?, a database for agencies to the rich and famous:
2) Experts Exchange, a knowledge base where programmers can exchange advice and views:
3) Looking for a pen? Look no further than Pen Island:
4) Need a therapist?
5) Mole Station Native Nursery, based in New South Wales:
Although the link still works, these guys grew a brain and changed their domain name.
6) Gas central heating anyone?
7) New to Milan and you need electric light? Why not sign up on-line with Power-Gen?"

Rain, Rain, Rain...

Oregon Institute of technology has some interesting alternative energy projects. A baccaluareate degree program.

But UNLV is WAY cooler. Research dept at Howard Hughes School of engineering.

Sweden has a Masters Degree Program in Renewable Energy.

NREL really walks the talk.

Sandia is really pushing the alternative/renewable envelope.

All of theCode Corner columns.

Umm, what was I talking about? Was it the test for Autism/Asperger Syndrome? No? Didn't think so... I got a 40, discuss?

A house built from shipping containers.

I have a soft spot for ASCII art. So Generate some today!

Are you old enough to remember the Bell Labs Science kits? Me niether, but I do have the solar cell kit.

Friday, November 04, 2005

Liars, Damn Liars & - Hey wait a minute.

The politicians are actually doing the right thing!

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Hell's afraid they'd take over

The bastards who started this mess, with emminent domain, want to charge rent to the people who's homes they stole.

Monday, July 25, 2005

What comes around

At least SOME of the states are reacting positively to the recent supreme court decision on eminent domain.

Capo Blair

I just don't understand how this is not murder: "when plainclothes police chased him into a subway car, pinned him to the ground and shot him in the head and torso."
There is no mention of him fighting back, or disobeying a lawful order. Just another execution, by a bunch of thugs.

Monday, July 18, 2005


I got the goodies from SunRocket today, SWEET!
VoIP adapter + 2 uniden cordless phones.
Worked the first time plugged in.
$20 / month
Unlimited long distance, all the cool features.

Saturday, July 16, 2005

The best of times, the worst of times

When I started this blog, I meant to focus on technology, hardware & software hacking, alternative energy & a little humour. But there is just some strange stuff afoot in this country, and I must draw your attention to it.
Disney IS requiring EVERY person entering their parks to have their finger tip scanned. I get a feeling in the pit of my stomach, like I just went over a steep hill in my car, really fast...

Sunday, July 03, 2005

And so it begins

City forces out 2 downtown businesses. Action follows high court ruling on eminent domain.

You might want to think about this: At the core of this decision is that it is OK to take land from one party & give it to another, just to increase property tax revenue. Churches pay NO property taxes. They also own some pretty desirable land...

Goodbye Sandra, thanks for writing in your dissent: "Any property may now be taken for the benefit of another private party, but the fallout from this decision will not be random," O'Connor wrote. "The beneficiaries are likely to be those citizens with disproportionate influence and power in the political process, including large corporations and development firms." and "nearly any lawful use of real private property can be said to generate some incidental benefit to the public." If the Fifth Amendment requires only that a taking provide some such benefit, she wrote, "the words 'for public use' do not realistically exclude any takings."

Friday, June 24, 2005

I am truly ashamed of them.

The US Supreme Court has wiped their ass with the US Constitution!

The decision to allow the siezure of private property for the benefit of third parties is outrageous!

The implications of this decision are staggering!

The scum-bag politicians haven't even waited for the corpse of the Constitution to cool before raping the citizens!

Good ol' Boys just looking out for each others' wealth.

Please contact your local, state & federal representatives today. Even if your area is one of the few that has local bans on this, the rest of this great nation deserves the full protection of the entire Constitution & ALL its' ammendments!

I pledge Allegiance to the flag
of the Corporations of America
and to the Wealth for which it stands,
one Company under Greed, Profitable,
with Pork and Justice for the Rich.

Thursday, June 23, 2005

A rubber biscuit

The physics of amusement park rides.

DEA Bulletin "Microgram" Drug seizures & tips on computer forensics.

Panasonic CQ-TX5500D Vacuum Tube Car Stereo

Infalable truss beams

Pick Gun made from a mouse & a hard drive, really!

Combo lock hacking faq

Open source optical datalink project

Home made replacement fingerprints

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Mad HTML skillz

The basic html tutorial is by Ross Shannon. He explains why standards compliance & designing for accessability are good & why frames are bad. That knowing what is going on behind the wysiwyg design process makes you a far superior designer. Check him out.

The best text editor out there is editpad. It uses a tabbed interface, opening multiple docs at once. It has several global commands, such as search & replace. Which allows you to replace a text string in all open docs with just a few clicks. Makes changing or updating all the pages on a site simultaneouly a breeze. The pro version adds autoformated display for various programming languages & color coding of tags.

Why FrontPage is BAD

Nvu is an open source wysiwyg html editor, with normal, source, tags & preview tabs. Also includes built in CSS editor & FTP.

A nice well thought-out basic CSS tutorial

A very nice CSS tutorial.

Another nice CSS tutorial.

A little more advanced CSS

A little more advanced html tutorial.

The best thing you can do to move from being a beginner to an advanced user (besides authoring in plain text), is to learn about .htaccess.

index dot html - the advanced html reference

Experts exchange web development forum. The "solutions" are there, just scroll down past the "Sign up to see solution" & the ads...

Python baby steps - very basic python tutorial

Useless Python - a bit more advanced

100 python tutorials

Have fun!

Oh yeah, I almost forgot, you'll need someplace to put that gnarly page you've created.

Host4students - offers 300MB disk space & 8 GB/mo transfer for $7.20 per quarter ($24 yearly).

GoDaddy - Domain registration $8.95 per year.

CC rider...

MasterCard looses 40 Million
Experian moves, abandoning records
CitiBank looses 3.9 Million
Bank Of America looses 1.2 Million

Oops, I forgot to list my inspiration...


Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Toto, we're not in Kansas, anymore...

Build your own telescope

Remote controll a BIG telescope

EDSAC simulator

Knoppix X MAME a bootable iso linux with mame console emulator

Shelf life of various edible & non-edible products

A rotary dial desk phone cell phone.
"I can only imagine the fun of walking into meetings with a ten pound metal-and-bells rotary and clanging in onto the table."

Electronics Shematics for hobbyists

Projects for experimenters in PDF format

Anamorphic pavement drawings byJulian Beever

This is BEAUTIFUL! Redesign the dollar bill with the US Constitution on the back! NOW!

A nice little tutorial on engraving

A funny little tutorial on safe cracking

Homemade baby wipes

HAHA automatically reject creeps who hit on you

If aliens from space carried phones, this would be the one

Tin-foil lined booster bags?

USB toolkit from hell

Button sized propane fuel cell

The US military is using the Rhino Armored bus

How to convert T-shirts to panties

Psycho EtherKiller

Google hack for displaying really big maps

Woah, color representation of the file on a rom cart for a console game, strange stuff...

Did you know they actually launched a solar sail powered spacecraft? Me neither...

Saturday, June 18, 2005

George was right, just a few decades off



The above shock wave animations both make a similiar political statement. If you're prone to "tinfoil hattism™," you probably shouldn't watch them, it might really freak you out. But then, you shouldn't be on the net anyway, 'cause they DO know where you've been, you know...

Friday, June 17, 2005

another update

Dangerous Labs - cool stuff!

InventionDB - has some potential

KitchenMyths - fooled you!

Linux DVD ripping tutorial

Wings - home-made camp stove archive

Tin can foundry page from the trash rockets site