Thursday, March 20, 2003

The scariest part about this story is this was a manager, for f*ck's sake, and he's able to drive a car and vote and everything.
Lee, this article is just for you.
More fun with iconography from Homeland Security.

Wednesday, March 19, 2003

Lee: send me an email or an IM when you wake up, would you?
It appears the clock has officially run out on the warm-up, and the serious business has begun. I'm one of the most atheistic people you'll ever have the sorry misfortune not to have been able to avoid meeting, but sometimes a little ceremonial deism is in order:

God save the United States, and protect the brave men and women serving in her armed forces.
My wife has been threatening me recently. It seems that an acquaintance of ours has a soda fountain in his house, and she wants one. Luckily for me, somebody wrote up a HOWTO.
Click now. Sign. Press the button.
Oh yes ... this makes it clear how the entire world is opposed to supporting our line on Iraq.

Tuesday, March 18, 2003

WARNING: Extreme time-suck ahead.

Chinese Characters and Culture will let you waste entire days just poking around inside a huge dictionary of Chinese words plus etymology and other huge great happy word-fun bits.

Don't say I didn't warn you.
Holy crap, um, carp. I mean it ... "holy", that is. Whole religions have been built around less.
Let me start with "I love Strong Bad". Notice the link over there (<===) on the left side. Now his fame is spreading far and wide: two new words in the dictionary.
Yet another nation signs on to enforce the U.N. mandate, whether or not France wants them to.
Woo-hoo! Hooray for the Aussies!!!1!
Okay, so it's only American cowboys who insist on attacking a peaceful sovereign nation in the Middle East? Guess again. Once more it appears that the more a person finds out about Iraq, the more determined they are to see the UK/US/Aussie/Spanish/Italian/[...]/Jordanian coalition take his punk ass down.
All who are in favor of helping the regime that retains and trains people like this stay in power, raise your fucking hands so I know who to shoot.
So people like me who have a TiVO, are "stealing" when they fast-forward through the ads ? Well it seems a new study has a case that people fast forwarding recall about as much of the Ad as a guy watching it at normal speed.
Maybe other people are not as good at the 60x FF as me, but I can skip all he ads in about 6 secs, and stop exactly on my program resume point.
You could say I watch too much TV (But with all the Stargate SG1 being repeated on SciFi what is a guy to do ?)

Sunday, March 16, 2003

Umm ... not yet guys. You have to wait for the whistle. Found via Brian Tiemann