Send your kids -- or your gf's nephews -- to Apple Camp.
30 June 2005
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Posted by Drew at 17:28
21 June 2005
20 June 2005
HRWiki is teh roxxor
STRONG BAD: Um... no. I don't really have any interest in invading my own—
HOMESTAR RUNNER: Ten-hut! Draft dodger, eh? We'll see if those trees you're always hugging save you when Gordon Lightfoot's creeping round your back stair. Company... Halt! Backwards... March!
BTW: New Teen Girl Squad today.
Posted by Drew at 11:13
russ belongs to more bizarre niche groups then anyone else, notably the one of eight people (currently) in the continental US who knows who Serge Gainsbourg is, and the one of 12 people that saw Naked in New York in the theater. The previous holder of this dubious distinction was our own Ryan Leaf, who owns a jumpsuit, but not a pacemaker
Posted by kofno at 09:36
I recently grabbed Primer off of Pay-Per-View (incidentally, DirecTivo + PPV = no more trips to the video store, as you can record your movie choice and watch it later, all for $3.99, which might be double a rental but there really are no late fees -- as I can testify because I've had Ray downloaded since ferrevah and still haven't watched it).
Interesting little movie, I believe it just came out on DVD. See if you can get your hands on it. It's a sci-fi time travel reality play in a very ordinary current day setting. It is somewhat-to-fairly confusing. And it's pretty watchable, for a movie that cost seven Gs to make.
Posted by russ at 09:22
You may have already noticed Sylvester Stallone's pattern of playing characters with names of the pattern consonant, vowel, consonant, consonant, vowel. This makes him eligible to play Kofno in the Anchorbutt movie.
Ralph Macchio to play Russ.
Posted by Drew at 07:45
18 June 2005
17 June 2005
Mario is a hero in the classic archetypal style. Bowser is clearly Mario's estranged father, against whom Mario must struggle for his own atonement, in order that he may eventually transcend his father's greatness and embark upon the apotheosis to godhood. Since we’re dealing with classic archetypes, wherein only the males are worth a damn, the Princess clearly should have known better than to go out into the world with a vagina unprotected by a husband. Her folly distracts Mario from his true goal of sitting around all day, eating magic mushrooms, and having sex with Toad.
Posted by kofno at 15:09
16 June 2005
Scene Cover Story
Leave my freedoms alone you damn dirty moral nazis.
Posted by dorkallmighty at 15:10
I like the idea of this one though I'll need an iPod to go with it.
Posted by dorkallmighty at 10:12
The skyrocketing readership and frequency of postings on Anchorbutt has prompted me to make some tweaks to the page layout.
Here is a summary of the changes:
- bumped the number of posts from 32 to 64 so that they don't fall off the bottom as fast
- removed the "previous posts" section from the side bar, since that's pointless
- switched the archive frequency from monthly to weekly
Not that anybody probably cares.
Also, if you're one of the roughly one-third of the readers who is hitting the site with Internet Explorer, be cool and upgrade to Firefox.
BTW, if you like the graphs in this post, you can find more of them by clicking the "site meter" button down at the bottom of this page.
Posted by Drew at 09:14
15 June 2005
The jumpsuited one observes a tabbish similarity between the Power Panther site and the site of a certain software company.
Scavenger hunt! Who can find other such tabs on a web site? (No fair creating your own web site with colorful tabs just to score points.)
Posted by Drew at 12:26
It's what I'm squeezing now.
I went to Target yesterday and picked up a 12-pack of store-brand diet cola for $1.99. Seemed like a good deal.
The can says "Save on every sip of soda. Each Market Pantry flavor delivers great taste for less". Geez, this stuff is awful. If "hardly anything" had a taste, it would be this, and if overcarbonation is a word, it applies to this soda!
Posted by Drew at 11:03
If that "Girls and Corpses" magazine caught your eye, here's how you can make corpse replicas from unwanted poultry. Don't know how you're going to make your own girls. Maybe someone else can blog that.
Yes, I know you already saw it on BoingBoing. Dag, yo. Blogging just isn't fun anymore, because by the time you get around to blogging something, it's already been on BoingBoing.
Posted by Drew at 10:34
14 June 2005
Everyone should check out Freecycle. From the website: "The Freecycle Network™ is made up of many individual groups across the globe. It's a grassroots movement of people who are giving (& getting) stuff for free in their own towns. Each local group is run by a local volunteer moderator (them's good people). Membership is free. To sign up, find your community by clicking on the region on the right. It will generate an automatic e-mail which, when sent, will sign you up for your local group and send you a response with instructions on how it works. Or, go directly to the Web site for your local group by clicking on your community's link on the left. Can't find a group near you? You might want to consider starting one (click on "Start a Group" for instructions). Have fun!"
I got a lawnmower from the ClevelandFreecylce group and regularly see lots of useful stuff for offer.
Posted by dorkallmighty at 14:08
Posted by dorkallmighty at 11:21
13 June 2005
I'm not very Atom savvy, and I am not certain how blogger constructs its feed, but all of the content entries are not formatted the same way. Content entered through the blogger interface shows up with the html escaped. Entries made from a third party interface, like the Firefox BlogThis plug-in show up with the html unescaped. This seems to impact how some feed aggregators interpret images.
Posted by kofno at 22:54
WOXY used to be a Cincinnati FM station, but now it is internet-only. I've been listening to it for a couple of days . . . I haven't heard any drivel yet, and have heard from quite a few off-the-beaten path artists that I like. Robyn Hitchcock is playing right now.
Posted by theNateAllen at 14:30