Friday, November 22, 2002

Want every kind of ringtone for your phone ?
Then you need Mr - Free Ringtones
Look ! Here comes your impending doom !
Efforts to stop music piracy 'pointless'
I bet they'll still do all the usual shite to keep their outdated business models working. (Namely legislate)
Bwahahahahahahaha !
Burned groin blamed on laptop
Ho ho ho. It is to laugh. Proof that moronic behaviour is everywhere.
I thought this would have been bred out of the Human race by now. Survival of the fittest and all that.
How can you NOT notice that your gonads are burning ????
Burgers don't make People fat. People make people fat.
McDonald's targeted in obesity lawsuit
I'm a fat bastard because I eat too many burgers. Then surely thats your fault you wanker. If you eat better then it wouldn't be this way.
Lifestyle choice. More to the point YOUR lifestyle choice.
You chose to eat their fatty, low nutrition food. They didn't force it on you. Ergo Your Fault.
I'd like to finish with a well know english chant. Used agianst sportsmen who are looking a bit chubby. (It was also used aginst Don King in New York at the start of a boxing match, and there where many confused American faces while doing so :> )

"Who eat all the pies ?
Who eat all the pies ?
You fat bastard.
You fat bastard.
You eat all the pies ?"

I thank you.

Thursday, November 21, 2002

I finally got all the write Javascript/permissions/etc crap set to allow me to successfully complete the religion selector. Amazingly enough, I arrive at:
  1. Secular Humanism (100%)
  2. Nontheist (88%)
  3. Unitarian Universalism (88%)
What? Where did that Unitarian thing come from? Are they an atheistic church? What gives? My real theory is that if you peg hard enough as a materialist along the materialist/duallist continuum that all the other discriminants reduce to singularities.
The best Mac Switch parody I've seen yet.
Bwahahahahahaha !!
OK after seeing this posted here by Mitchell, I had to take the "What Religion" test.
Now I consider myself a Pessimistic Secular Humanist.
And Lo And Behold ........

My Results:

1. Secular Humanism (100%)
2. Unitarian Universalism (92%)
3. Nontheist (84%)
4. Theravada Buddhism (70%)
5. Liberal Quakers (69%)
6. Neo-Pagan (57%)
7. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (55%)
8. New Age (41%)
9. Taoism (41%)
10. Reform Judaism (39%)
11. Mahayana Buddhism (30%)
12. New Thought (27%)
13. Scientology (27%)
14. Orthodox Quaker (23%)
15. Sikhism (23%)
16. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (19%)
17. Bahá'í Faith (15%)
18. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (15%)
19. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (12%)
20. Eastern Orthodox (7%)
21. Hinduism (7%)
22. Islam (7%)
23. Jainism (7%)
24. Orthodox Judaism (7%)
25. Roman Catholic (7%)
26. Seventh Day Adventist (7%)
27. Jehovah's Witness (0%)

Well it seems I'm 70% likely to be a buddist !!!!!
Only 1% less likely than buddist is Quaker ! Eh ?
I'm 15% Mormon for dietys sake !
But at least I'll never be a Jehovah's Witness (That piece of fish was good enough for Jehovah)


Oooooh. More about Saddam's brand of insanity, this time on film. Cinemax will be running the documentary on November 26th at 7:00pm. I'll be setting my TiVo to capture that, sho'nuff.
Oh sure this'll help. Green cards to lure Iraqi scientists
As someone who has gone though 4 years of pissing about by the US government, it pisses me off royally, that they'll just give them away to the guys who have been building bombs or whatever to maybe drop on/use against the USA and it allies.
I helped do the mid-life update on Tornado fighter planes for the Gulf War. You know the planes that put themselves right out in harms way before the US sent any of their stuff in. They crippled the Iraqi air bases, and therefore helped to save many allied lives. Do I get special dispensation for US citizenship ???? Do I fu*k !
Maybe if I'd built weapons of mass destruction instead it would all be different.
Gah !
News flash! Stupidity and hypocrisy not in short supply in Iowa. (Found via Pejman Pundit)

Wednesday, November 20, 2002

BWA-hahahahahaha! It's so obvious, and yet so amusing.
It's rather like shooting fish in a barrel, I know, but Michael Jackson's weirdness is accelerating.
It's actually a pretty long article, and although it mentions references and authorities quite a few times it doesn't have a single footnote nor an endnote so it's hard to verify its premises, but it's still an interesting opinion about Saddam Hussein the person.
You don't say! You mean that the lumps of lead traveling down the barrel at supersonic speeds along with astonishingly hot gases don't always emerge exactly identical to four decimal places? Shocking.

Tuesday, November 19, 2002

OK so some HTML can reformat my hard drive using IE !!!!!!!
Trusted computing ! It is to laugh ! Serious Internet Explorer Defect
More lego silliness. This time take a good look at several Escher designs.
To quoteJim Treacher quoting Achewood:
Everybody dance
everybody dance
everybody dance
Apparently, prison in Lithuania is nothing like prison in the U.S. (Found via Corsair
Happy Fun Pundit lights a fire under chief inspector Hans Blix, and boy is it ugly. Go and read.
Uhhhh ... ewwwww. Apparently there is a dark side to the Mac faithful.

Monday, November 18, 2002

A Duke University confirms that the Atkins diet had measurably better results than the American Heart Association's low-fat diet. Published in the American Journal of Medicine, no less. Dayum!!! Cheeseburgers for everyone!
Which religion are you? Is there no end to these silly quizzes?
If only I could read Arabic ... although the pictures are, um, entertaining. Not safe for work, mind you. Found via the inestimable Jim Treacher.
I'm absolutely staggered. My brane explodiated. See for yourself. Not really unsafe for work, but your cow-orkers may wonder what's wrong with you that you're watching something this ... bizarre. (Found via a Godless Capitalist (my demi-hero) on Gene Expression)
(Links probably not working, damn Blogspot ... scroll down to "Well That is Awful Presumptuous Of You
") Corsair the Rational Pirate once again finds more of the Clue-Challenged Religious Folk doing what is (apparently) indigenous in their circles: stupid shit. I'm entirely with Corsair here (that they're insane), and further I don't understand why in the world these people got a pass from the newspaper. If they were making the same kinds of counterfactual claims involving flying saucers or cornholing their cousins, then there would be no end to the winking, nudging, and hinting at their genetic unfitness. How come invoking an imaginary friend gets them a pass?
It doesn't appear that Saddam is planning to bug out himself, but he is (apparently) arranging a bolthole for his family and top advisors. Do ya think maybe he knows something?
BWA-hahahahaha! Thomas Friedman tells it like it is about the "new" NATO. (free registration required blah blah blah). Found via Glenn Reynolds.