Saturday, January 26, 2002
Saturday night, Sa! tur! day! Night! Nobody to go out with, huh? Well, my dear internet geek friend: you're in good company (turn on your speakers). But don't worry, there 's so much fun things to do on the Net: why not ask Eric to express an emotion? You'll have to be damn original though, cause Eric 's been doing this for so long now he has covered every emotion from "onctuous" to "Did I leave the oven on?" I wonder if he could do "His ex-girlfriend has published pictures of him posing in her underwear ."
Friday, January 25, 2002
In my previous post, I wrote that the money grabbing game would offer half an hour of entertainment. Well, I was wrong. I'm sorry if you're already hooked, but to do those who haven't played it yet: warning! Highly addictive! Don't click on the link unless you really haven't got anything planned for the rest of the day.
It's Friday, the end of your working week. Got nothing to do and want to look busy on your computer? Well, you could type in some stupid search queries on search engines, but Play also has some games that should keep you entertained for about half an hour. Grab some money or shoot some eggs. Half an hour of gaming not long enough to brighten up your miserable office job? Sick and tired of on line games? Uncomfortable with your sexuality? For all your whining needs: talk to the machine.
Thursday, January 24, 2002
The Truth For Youth explains how to withstand the temptations of modern society: homosexuality, pornography, safe sex ("all that safe sex talk is totally whack")... There are billions of these sites around, but this one is way over the top. Especially their depiction of secular rock and/or roll. I guess christian rock would be something like the Electric Amish Band: be sure to check out "Hay Ride" and "For Your Mule" in the music section.
(Truth For Youth link comes from Ignorant Biped))
The Fridge diaries
Wednesday, January 23, 2002
It's the Chrsistian Radio show of Dr. Holy Hubert Lindsey..warning: pretty addictive soundfiles..
It's shopping time!
First up, for your average competition cyclist/weightlifter/bodybuilder, dopehead or prince Harry: Concentrated Urine (c). Just add water to this dehydrated urinepowder and pass any drugtest. Certainly when it's combined with The Urinator (I 'll pee back).
Also very nice is the Flowbee which sucks up your hair before cutting it. I guess it certainly does suck (thank you Garth)!
And finally, something for da missus, something sweet.
"Yohow, it's hot,
the sun is not
a place where we could live."
Wanna shake your boody and learn something as well? Then check out "Why Does The Sun Shine", "Kinetic And Potential Energy" and many other ripping sciencesongs at Science Songs.
Tuesday, January 22, 2002
Impress your future boss on your next interview by mentioning you speak several languages, including Reverse Speech
Being one of the most talented artists of this and the previous century, Erik Estrada never seizes te amaze me. Just when you think he has done it all, he still has other tricks up his sleeve. After Chips, “pigging out” (his own words in the Reduce Fat Fast ad), Mexican soaps and shady commercials for life-threatening slimming products he is now experimenting with new, Pythonesque humor in the intro of his website. Turn up your speakers and check it out.
Other websites from once famous stars such as The Hulk’s Lou Ferrigno and Saved By The Bell’s Mario Lopez at OnceFamous.
Monday, January 21, 2002
Ever heard of the Small World Phenomenon? It's a theory stating that any person anywhere in the world can be reached through a chain of no more than six acquaintences. It's scary to think that I'm actually acquainted to people doing this for fun. However, the theory is years old and nobody knows if it's actually true. Columbia University has started a project to check the theory and it needs your help.
Sunday, January 20, 2002
Click...now! My personal record is 0.235 seconds (that's on a state of the art superfast pc, of course).
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Killerwhale: the definitive musical statement.
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