Sunday, December 30, 2007

Hello Kitty Contacts

via Hello Kitty Hell

Friday, December 28, 2007


Sleeveface is the art of “one or more persons obscurings or augmenting any part of the body or bodies with record sleeve(s) causing an illusion.”

Via Presurfer.

Orangina Hates You

I blame France for many things, but I never knew "encouraging furries" was on the list.

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Thrift Shop Horrors

A blog devoted to the most disturbing thrift shop finds.

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas Everyone

Your friends at PoF (with a little help from the Columbia Broadcasting System).

Friday, December 21, 2007

Science tattoos


Via the Presurfer: Not ready for a webcomic tattoo of Mr. Miro? Perhaps you can ease into the tat lifestyle with the help of science.

"On my blog, The Loom, I asked whether scientists wear many tattoos of their science. The answer was yes."

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Why No One Wishes PETA a Merry Anything

Send a Michael Vick Holiday Snow Globe to your nearest and dearest courtesy of those merchants of merriment and good-sheer, PETA.
Via Hit and Run.

Incidentally, only PETA's campaign against the Olsen twins has actually succeeded in the nearly impossible feat of making me sympathize with them. Way to go PETA.

The Dean and Company Christmas Special

This gem comes from Tom, who is fortunate enough to drink from the same city water supply as the people featured in the video:

"This particular atrocity is homegrown. Dean & Company is produced by a local Birmingham family with too much money and time on their hands. Keep in mind that this travesty continues to be perpetrated on the good people of won't be able to look away as the trainwreck unfolds."

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Movie Rumors: Real Genius Sequel in the Making

"It looks like Val Kilmer will be Chris Knight once again! Kilmer has reportedly signed on to star in a sequel to the 1985 comedy, 'Real Genius'."

I can't decide if I love or hate this idea.

Soccer star pens Nietzsche tome

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Chester City Midfielder Craig Dove has more than football on his mind. In an as of yet unreleased work apparently co-authored with Friedrich Nietzsche, Dove offers to guide us down the corridors of Nietzsche's most central ideas. For a mere $82, you can pre-order your copy now!

Congrats, Craig!


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Via Geekologie: "this is actual soap. shaped like little hands! each ‘hand’ is carefully hand made & packaged just for you. each set is slightly different with different hand-shapes & skin-ish colors. wash your hands with hands. really quite lovely! (& a little creepy)"

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Freaky Ads

AdFreak is looking for the freakiest ad of 2007 and is slowly whittling down the list. There is no shortage of contenders.

When Philosophers Attack

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Everything has a purpose

According to one reviewer: "Of all the movies I've seen about sensitive, talking excrement, this is the best." Get your copy today.

Making cows pass kangaroo gas

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Via DoL: "Australian scientists are trying to give kangaroo-style stomachs to cattle and sheep in a bid to cut the emission of greenhouse gases blamed for global warming, researchers say. Thanks to special bacteria in their stomachs, kangaroo flatulence contains no methane and scientists want to transfer that bacteria to cattle and sheep who emit large quantities of the harmful gas."

Not everyone agrees that bacteria transfer is the simplest option. Instead, they suggest just eating kangaroos instead of cows.

Saturday, December 08, 2007

Tractor Fight!!!

Friday, December 07, 2007

Unlikely Pop-Up Books

From the Something Awful forums.

Competition for Pandora?

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Via the WSJ: "The new Slacker players will come in three models, ranging from $200 to $300, depending on capacity. But the music they play will be absolutely free, contained in preprogrammed Internet radio stations instead of individually selected songs and albums. The stations will be automatically refreshed with new tunes via a wireless connection built right into the device. You'll have to be near a hot spot for these updates. But you won't need a hot spot just to hear your music, because the songs are cached on the device. And you'll never have to plug it into a computer.

"The player is tied to Slacker's free Internet radio service,, which is already up and running, and allows you to listen to music via any standard Windows or Mac Web browser. Using the service, you can personalize your player by selecting from over 100 canned stations or by creating stations based around any of 10,000 artists. These stations will be beamed to your player wirelessly. You can even choose which stations are loaded onto your player before the company ships it to you."

Thursday, December 06, 2007

Don't eat the pink snow

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"The snow even has a fresh watermelon scent and is sometimes called 'watermelon snow.' Walking in pink snow often results in a temporary discoloration of your clothing, such as bright red soles and pinkish pant cuffs. There are unconfirmed reports that consuming 'generous quantities' of pink snow may cause diarrhea, a rather distressing situation above timberline."

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Time for a celebrity endorser kickboxing match

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Apparently, Chuck Norris announced his endorsement of GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. Following on the heels of Oprah's endorsement of Obama and Streisand's endorsement of Clinton, it seems only fitting that some sort of endorser cage match be arranged. Will Drew Carey enter the fray for Ron Paul? More importantly, which candidate will secure the endorsement of Royce Gracie?

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Alternative Christian Products for the Saved and Unsaved Alike

For all our Div. School readers: this site will pretty much take care of all your holiday shopping needs.

Monday, December 03, 2007

Kitty Wigs

I think furries might be less disturbing.


Via The Presurfer: Teach for America alum Marty Mudd takes a stroll down Cherry Street in Helena, Arkansas.


The Colorado Supreme Court issued a favorable ruling in Cornerstone v. Wheat Ridge Urban Renewal Authority today. The credit for the amicus brief really goes to Tim, but this makes me feel like getting that law license was all worthwhile.

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Tesla Xmas Tree

I am in UR living room, frying UR Santa.

More Ron Paul Hotness

I just got canvassed by Ron Paul supporters. They asked if I would consider being a district delegate. It's very tempting...

Tune in next week for the liberty orgy.

Things I've Never Thought Of...

One little tow hitch, so many options. How can one possibly choose between expressing political beliefs, stashing a key, attaching obnoxious animatronics, installing a handy bottle opener, or mounting a giant flatscreen? Thankfully, my current lack of a tow hitch saves me from having to make such difficult choices.

Saturday, December 01, 2007

30 Brilliantly Timed Sports Photos

Some great pics.