Saturday, March 26, 2005


Monday, March 21, 2005

Nintendo Cartoon Hour

I'm glad I wore these pants

Sunday, March 20, 2005

F-1 vs. Mercedes

Exactly how fast is a Formula One McLaren?


Friday, March 18, 2005

Etiquette of Vomiting

As if by osmosis, or rather diffusion...

Newlinks just gave me this gem:

Talking to the dinosaurs on the big white telephone

Puke Party

*warning* - graphic stuff

I went to a "party", which was hosted by some poor guy whose parent had gone out of town. He had a few under-age people over. Arriving late, and not wanting to be there at all, I was very painfully bored and sober...

Then something fantastic happened - a chain reaction of vomit. The girl pictured below is laughing while cleaning up her own puke, which was at least her third regurgitation of the night.

No lie, she'd already puked all over the bathroom, mixed herself another drink, and then puked on the counter, cleaned it up, and then puked on the counter again before I even thought to take this picture. Some other guy got blamed for the puke in the bathroom, got sent in to clean it up, and then puked himself. Everyone there, seeing everyone else puking, suddenly needed to puke... I've never in my life seen so many pukes in one night.

The more I drank, the funnier it got, and the less bored I was.


These pictures were taken with my phone, and they're rather old, but I had to unload them eventually.

They were taken at my favorite sushi bar, (good sushi is very hard to come by so far from an ocean. This place actually flies their stock in.) Anyway, it's our tradition on every outing to do a little thing called a "Flaming Saki-Bomb" before we leave. You take a small glass of beer, then lightly suspend a shot of hot saki with a little floated Bacardi-151 on some chopsticks over the glass, light the 151, and then shout, "Kampai!" (a Japanese toast), and then (shouting), count to three in Japanese (ichi, ni, san), and then the bartender slams his fists down on the bar, the shots fall into the drink, extinguishing the flames, and then you race to the bottom.

Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Commonly Confused Words

English Genius
You scored 100% Beginner, 100% Intermediate, 100% Advanced, and 77% Expert!

You did so extremely well, even I can't find a word to describe your excellence! You have the uncommon intelligence necessary to understand things that most people don't. You have an extensive vocabulary, and you're not afraid to use it properly!
Way to go!
Thank you so much for taking my test. I hope you enjoyed it!
My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
You scored higher than 65% on Beginner
You scored higher than 70% on Intermediate
You scored higher than 80% on Advanced
You scored higher than 66% on Expert

Link: The Commonly Confused Words Test written by shortredhead78 on Ok Cupid

Monday, March 14, 2005

Steak & BJ

Today is everyone's favorite holiday!



Friday, March 11, 2005

Internet Exclusive HHGG Trailer

Unlike this preview, this one can only be found on teh interwebs.

Don't Panic

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Random Bits

Horseballs! (sfw, quicktime)

Phosphor Alpha 4 - truly sweet shockwave first person shooter. Long load, but that's because it's got great graphics and AI. Also, check out the console commands (hit ~). There is a god mode (type "god") or you can toggle the gravity, etc.

Sick and Famous - funny little game.

The Dr. Demento show archive, currently 95.3% complete.

How to find MP3's with Google. (Geocities site, hit it while you can.. I just copied the page.)

E-Z Catch Harvester. It's like the quicker chicken picker-upper. There's a video on the site, but it's not exactly PETA, so don't click if the term "chicken harvesting" unsettles you.

Not sure where what came from, but pretty sure it was here, here, here, and here.

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Short Words to Explain Relativity

Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity
In Words of Four Letters or Less

Steve, Don't Eat it!

This is a hilarious, albeit disgusting, read.
So far, Steve has taste-tested, and given descriptive analysis of the following:
potted meat, pickled pork rinds, Beggin' Strips, very old cereal, breast milk, and fermented soybeans.

Pickled Pork Rinds

The Drugs I Need