scratch 'n sniff pheromemetics
Apr 17, 2001
|Is cubicle life getting you down? That stash of trail mix isn't helping? Maybe you should check out some of those motivational posters in the lunchroom. Maybe not. At least you can take heart in knowing that some corporations spend a lot more on art, such as your boss's totemistic statue to keep the stock price up.|
to Art by saucy
|Know C, the programming language?
(This article should scare C programmers for
reasons only C programmers understand, and everyone
else for reasons C programmers just don't understand.)
to Computing by tjs
manufacturer of the best pinball
machines in the '90s,
about 18 months ago.
died before the end of 1999.
Now Williams makes slot machines.
But there's still hope:
Sega sold their pinball division. Now it's
Same logo, same guys named Stern,
but it's all pinball now.
one of the best designers,
for an upcoming game.
Read up at the
Internet Pinball Database.
to Games by tjs
Apr 16, 2001
|BabySmasher.com tells you the truth about baby changing stations.|
to Parenting by roo
|Allison Silverman's diary provides insight on what it's like to be a writer for the The Daily Show.|
to Television by george
|Neil Cicierega continues the insane flashmovie triend with his Animutation Hyakugojyuuichi!!! Links have been fixed - Editor.
to Art by wheezer
Apr 15, 2001
|if you're into vinyl covered, blood drenched, spoken word artists (broken word, rather), who've toured with KMFDM, then Nicole Blackman is right up your alley.
to Art by sungo
|Jesus died for your skins.
to Religion by braino
|Ever wonder where Add N to (X) gets those wonderful toys? FukingMachines is your answer!
to Sex by wheezer
|For someone with molded-on underwear and no nipples, Barbie certainly has an active sex life.
to Sex by lampbane
Apr 14, 2001
|Straight chicks: alone and lonely on this Saturday night? Invited out but have
no date? The hell with Mister Right, have you considered a
Mister Right Now? While most Men for Hire cater to other men, there are some
who work exclusively
for women. Some are just dates, while others like to put on a show.
And, gentlemen, ever think about trying a new career?
Here's some hints to get you started.
to Sex by moose
|Daniel 3:5 (in the King James version) mentions a number of odd instruments. The flute and harp are well-known, and our readers may know the dulcimer, but how many of you know what a cornet, sackbut, or
to Music by sck
Apr 13, 2001
|The cancellation of Doctor Who
by the BBC over a decade ago has left fans of the series a bit hungry
for more. Fortunately, people like The
Federation have been making fan videos "since the Reagan
administration". One of their recent efforts is to get some Doctor
Who out on the web. "Make a 6
minute video and we'll put it on our website!" they say. And they
have. Supposedly, one
of them isn't even a complete joke. Personally, I recommend the
6 Minute Time
Slacker video. If you're not screeching "FISHYSNAX" by the time
it's over, there's something wrong with you.|
to Television by dha
Apr 12, 2001
|I'm not sure if Luddite is a real company or just a joke, but you've got to question a website that sells wooden computers and also gives you a list of the founder's other failed wood-related businesses.|
to Computing by crikey
Apr 11, 2001
|Some children take good care of their toys... and then there are those who like to take things apart. We could psychoanalyze these people all day and speculate on why the educators wait until high school to let people dissect small animals, but hey, I think we all have our own destructive urges to fulfill.|
to Toys by lampbane
|Damn! I broke a string on my oud.
Perhaps I should switch to the saz
to Music by fatherdan
|Planning on executing someone? Do it the U.S. Bureau of Prisons way!|
to Law by tregoweth
|SMILE, Jesus! You're on Candid Camera!
MessiahCam lets you be first on the scene of the Second Coming.|
to Religion by fatherdan
|One of the most violent linguistic debates of our time seems to be whether to call carbonated beverages "soda" or "pop". Find out which side of the camp you live in and place your vote. Long live the struggle!|
to Linguistics by kier
|Next-level Lobstermagnet : Monkey vs Robot|
to Movies by wheezer
|I was happy to find the Center for the Public Domain, what with the corporate landgrab for ideas I didn't think were ownable. Still, I wonder if reasonable intellectual property laws can come from an organization with a copyright at the bottom of each page.|
to Law by george
Apr 10, 2001
|I thought the stock crash killed off dumb dotcoms. BidForSurgery.com proved me wrong -- but I've always wondered what would happen if you could bid for doctors.
to Health by george
|The 5K competition 2001 is now online with over 280 submissions of amazing web pages at less than 5k. Judge them yourself alongside the official judges!|
to Internet by gen
|Shooting potatoes out of
So have you considered moving to the next level and
to Toys by riotnrrd
|It didn't start or end with Serrano's
No, indeed, urine has a
long and storied
history in 20th century art.|
to Art by riotnrrd
|Good comics are hard to find.
alas, are much easier to locate.
However, they're also much more fun to
to Comics by riotnrrd
Apr 9, 2001
|Dear All Other Countries (But Especially China): I'm sorry about my stupid fucking president.|
to Humor by laurel
|Alternative fuels aren't just for hippies and wack jobs any more. You can run your car on old fast food oil or other grease, or just race under the sun...|
to Science by fringehead
|Do you remember playing Dungeons and Dragons in the late 70s and early 80s? Do you remember what you were like back then? Unfortunately for you, someone does remember all to well. Worse yet, they've made a little movie about it.|
to Art by rfh
Apr 8, 2001
|The system dynamics analysis of a religious experience
establishes a scientific basis for the core of religion. That is, seen from the outside all religions are diverse, but at the very essence or core of each religion resides the sacred structure and essence of religion. The analysis presented here of this structure and essence forms a general theory of religion.
to Wackos by wheezer
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