the plot sickens
May 14, 2002
|It appears that there's no way around the 'geek factor' when it comes to using a metal detector, but you can now recover lost money without leaving your computer.|
to Gadgets by rich
May 13, 2002
So, if the Spider-Man movie has you drooling like a fanboy about new film adaptations of your favorite Marvel superheroes, you should know that there may be a new big-budget Fantastic Four movie around the bend in the next few years. However, few realize that an older low-budget Fantastic Four movie was made about a decade ago by Roger Corman, but was shelved and still remains officially unreleased. Thankfully, this hidden masterpiece has at least one fan site, a number of reviews, as well as a few purchasable copies floating out there to keep its memory alive.
to Movies by crikey
|Step back, RealDoll. Here comes CybOrgasMatrix.
to Sex by cain
May 12, 2002
|Love it or
good for you, with an
interesting history. In order to properly
make oatmeal, one
apparently needs a
cellar, or one won't deserve oatmeal.|
to Food by goboro
May 11, 2002
|Does your child frequently have "time outs"? Well, now they can have Shy Kids join them with their nose against the wall. You can make your own and just add your own fashions. You can also choose a Shy Kid with a bear and take the bear away like you did with you real child.|
to Parenting by lucky
|Huggable Hunks are the big dolls for big girls. There is also the Mini Huggable Hunk which you can give to your dog as a chew toy.|
to Toys by lucky
May 10, 2002
|Feeling down? How about getting some kona, and relaxing? I mean, it did work for Janet, no?
to Health by cain
|So you feel lonely and decide to get 'a lil something' but you're short on cash. What do you do? Well, you check this spot for tips on where to find a 'working girl', then head over to this place to learn the lingo.
Oh yah, a shockwave player is required.|
to Sex by cain
|Radon (a radioactive element) kills! Radon (atomic weight 222) is deadly! Get your house tested for radon as quickly as possible! Understand the dangers of radon.
to Health by isosceles
|There's nothing Jesus likes more than righteous bud.|
to Religion by skyhook
May 9, 2002
|Spark up a bowl with the works of artists like Danny Gomez, Larry Carlson, and Matt Mazur, and trip your balls off.
to Drugs by fringlehunter
|HubbleSite has information and some stunning pictures from everyone's favorite (formerly a bit near-sighted) space telescope. The wallpapers alone are worth the visit, and the pages on inner workings of the telescope are particularly interesting.|
to Science by wwwwolf
May 8, 2002
|Once, people rated who was hot or not. Now, you can rate what's better.|
to Web by tregoweth
|In at least
one universe parallel to ours,
the future of online social interaction is not IRC and
AIM but instead
Virtual Reality Nightclubs.
And afterwards you can take your virtual vixen back to your virtual
hotel room, but pray that she's not
a furni whore.
to Net by joshua
|People who obviously aren't fans of the movie adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's works are petitioning to change the name of the upcoming movie The Two Towers, claiming it is a dark reference to September 11, 2001. |
to Literature by isosceles
May 7, 2002
|Some vanity license plates require explanations, but some are self-explanatory.|
to Transportation by roo
May 6, 2002
|The Periodic Table may be a fine fad for now, but The Church is Forever. For those keeping Eternal Score at home, this handy wall chart is a must.
to Religion by fringehead
|Why is everyone so obsessed with Arnold Schwarzenegger? Fans have manipulated Arnold into making prank calls, running a pizza shop, saying funny things, and even singing silly songs.
to Humor by klint
May 5, 2002
|Not only are there female fans of Star Wars, there is even at least one female fan of the Three Stooges.|
to Movies by tregoweth
May 3, 2002
We can do you
mountain biking on
Or maybe with
But probably not on three.|
to Transportation by goboro
|Do you DIY? How about card games? Well, how about a DIY card game: 1000 Blank White Cards - The Discordian Intelligence Agency Edition. There are now two mirrors, here and here, so now you have no excuse for not playing. Pikachutlotal commands you!
to Games by riffraff
May 2, 2002
|History is rife with would be mediums such as Margery Crandon, the Fox Sisters, and Lamar Keene who turned out to be fakes.
The latest batch includes James Van Praagh,
Sylvia Browne, George Anderson, and most notably John Edward.
Let's just say I am a bit skeptical.|
to Wackos by brainwave
may have middle-brow hipster street-cred, but the One True
Source for all things
Oriental Trading Company.
to Commerce by riotnrrd
|By adulthood, Mendeleev's periodic table of the elements
is firmly planted in a typical mind either as a tool for study or proof of mystical forces at work in nature. There are
alternative structures: some clever
and others using alternate media, extensions to the table providing nuclear structure, fermi surfaces, and
Still others are extraordinarily cross-thematic, merging chemistry with comic books, poetry or
haiku. But only the grouping-nature of the columns is retained in rejected elements,
condiments and beer.
Eventually the elements and the periodic qualities have been lost entirely, reducing the periodic table to a design template for topical lists of
funk and rock music,
comedy and TV shows,
famous mathematicians and presidents, even
SGI products. Soon a complete breakdown
of the scientific aspect yields no similarity to the original, becoming a
glorified table, a
marketing tool, or
There is mounting evidence of a conspiracy.
to Science by urog
|The world of fantasy sports was already strange enough without bowling, bass fishing, or the more ominous fantasy gymnastics phenomenon, which includes a junior league.|
to Sports by fringehead
|Masterfully combining Domokun, a Japanese oddity, with Steve Ballmer, an American oddity, results in the mind-boggling funny work of a Hivehaus and Echo23 collaboration: Domopers. Clearly, the next step has to involve Domokun and a Chris Cunningham-style Aphex Twin Windowlicker video montage.
to Art by dnm
May 1, 2002
|K-R-A-F-T is suing Chicago cartoonist King
VelVeeda for trademark
infringement and sullying the good name of Velveeta
processed cheese spread.|
to Comics by fatherdan
Apr 29, 2002
|Only the Pet Shop Boys would have the balls to sing a song about homosexual love with Eminem.|
to Music by isosceles
|Government is funny! YourCongress.com is a rich source of information about everything from classic Jim Traficant quotes (the man responsible for the most repetitions of the phrase "beam me up" in Congress) to Congressional haiku. Also notable: rankings of power among the members of Congress.
to Government by idat
|It looks like Bart Simpson's taken a break from
calling Moe and has decided to hassle
amazon.com instead. Let's hope Mr. "Dova" doesn't mind.
to Humor by blk
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