31 December 2006

6 Year-Old Plays Crazy Train!

NSFW because of dirty ads

25 December 2006

season's meatings!

our holiday gift to anchorbutt.

wreathloaf recipe:

  • ~2 lbs ground meat, source and fat to suit your palate
  • ~.5 c catsup, divided
  • medium white onion, diced
  • 1 package dried pork-flavored stovetop stuffing
  • 2 large eggs
  • 1 scant cup fresh chopped italian parsley

  1. document thoroughly with digital camera.
  2. pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  3. combine half the catsup and all other ingredients with hands in large mixing bowl until everything is well-incorporated.
  4. divide and plop into bundt pan.
  5. massage meat with hands into pan, to ensure that meat fills crevices and to satisfy other needs you may have.
  6. drizzle remaining catsup onto meat to seal in el sabor. spread with spatula. note: you might instead consider drizzling into the bottom of the bundt pan prior to adding meat, for a more traditional bundtloaf look.
  7. bake on center rack @ 350, 45min-1hr, until desired firmness is achieved. knife inserted into thickest part of annulus should come out slightly greasy but otherwise clean of meat residue.
  8. let stand for 5-10 minutes.
  9. gently separate edges from bundt pan with a butter knife or small spatula.
  10. quickly turn out onto a platter. the meat may hesitate to slide onto the plate. coax it by flexing the bundt pan as necessary, or just wait to let it plop out on its own. i recommend staying close to the pan during this process so that you can hear this distinctive sound.
  11. garnish. be imaginative, but tasteful. here we have:

    • "holly sprig" of cranberries and flat-leaf parsley, pinned with a bent paperclip.
    • "bow" of prosciutto.

  12. enjoy with champagne and potatoes.

apologies to vegetarians, and to carnivores.

14 December 2006

Erlang: The Movie

This is the most entertainingly boring film I have ever seen.

12 December 2006

11 December 2006


Whatever happened with the salt and pepper shakers?

This guy wants to know...

10 December 2006

01 December 2006

you'll feel a pinch

enjoy it once with just the audio if you can.
i love butters.

30 November 2006

OK, its an easy joke

but they did find some lines that fit

Relax, It's Only a Joke...For Now

"Just because you buy a DVD to watch at home doesn't give you the right to invite friends over to watch it too. That's a violation of copyright and denies us the revenue that would be generated from DVD sales to your friends"


When did Shatner become a national joke?
You've seen the TV spot that starts off with "Shat-Lectrified!", eh? That's gold right there.

29 November 2006

10 Things You Didn't Know About Death

#5: When inventor Thomas Edison died in 1931, his friend Henry Ford captured his last dying breath in a bottle.

27 November 2006

which has more holes

the salt shaker or the pepper shaker?

come take sides in the first rancorous debate of my married life!

simulated human skin clothing

via memepool

21 November 2006

14 November 2006

09 November 2006

31 October 2006

Meat Tablecloth

Gotta gets me one of these.

29 October 2006

dark crystal sequel?

what do you think? great news? i guess it's genndy tartakovsky, which could be nice. i should disclose that i am a big fan of the original.


more info, some of which may be true: wikipedia.

in other news, Baby Toby's mother (in real life) is credited as a yoda fabricator for The Empire Strikes Back.

27 October 2006

12 October 2006


He'll save children but not the British children.

09 October 2006

Sweet Green

What if George Lucas had made LOTR? (8 minutes long, but funny, if you're into that kind of thing).

01 October 2006

You sent me white rum, baby, white rum.

For the record, baby, I like red rum.

(gotta scroll down a bit, but it's there)

22 September 2006

for the love of god, just watch

i had believed that all aspects homoerotic kirk/spock humor had been explored beyond necessity. i was wrong.

You spin me right round

This is fairly brilliant.

By way of comparision, viddy the version from the cast of the Norwegian Queer Eye For The Straight Guy. WARNING: Glistening topless Scandinavians with enormous wrenches.

15 September 2006

You remind me of the babe

He is also accessorised with three of his magical crystal balls, and riding crop.

09 September 2006

Apache on YouTube

Why can't my day job be like this?

07 September 2006

06 September 2006

Lots of Wolverines on Myspace

Neil Gaiman Just Read The TSA List of Prohibited Items


anyone else seen it? saw it today. alternately hilarious and aggravating, but compact enough to be worthwhile. posted here because the protagonist(s) (all played by Steven Soderbergh himself) reminded me just a bit of dewey. any takers on that? Anyway, I hope that he's not having an affair with his own wife. Unless he's into that.

04 September 2006

Tried to sneak one past us, eh?

Wait a second! Kofno posted the same thing to both Kofno and Anchorbutt, and nobody gave him what he had coming.

29 August 2006

Tee Shurts

Drew has a lot of t-shirts, IIRC. It's time he put them to good use.

since we're talking shop today - Adaptive User Interfaces

A recent fluff post on slashdot got me thinking on the general subject of adaptive user interfaces (think Windows Personalized Menus, except think FAR, far into the future, possibly an alternate future, in which such features don't feel like shitting razors). think "subjunctive". I almost posted a comment over there, but decided I was more likely to get an amusing response here.

So there was this stupid article about how the "OS of the FUTURE (echo: FYOochurrr yoochurr yoochur...)" will hide menu items and filter spam for you (holy crapstacy!). Most commentators correctly noted that the journalist does not understand the function of an Operating System and has possibly not used a computer in 7 years. BUT...

1. Do adaptive interfaces have potential at all? Specifically,
2. Can they be implemented such that you can move from computer to computer without getting culture shocked?
3. How could they be made more task sensitive? so in my video editor app if i switch from a mostly-reviewing context to a mostly-modifying context, the toolsets presented should be different. The eclipse 'perspectives' idea is an ever-so-slight nod in this direction.
4. How can they sufficiently involve the user in the process of adaptation?

This last seems like a major problem with the whole idea of adaptive interfaces in general. with most spam filters, you at least get to see when spam arrives, and spend some time training your filter without risk of losing emails that turn out not to be spam.

is there an analogous set of ideas in adapting menus and UI organization as a whole? something that doesn't intrude on your other activities every time there's going to be a simplifying change to the interface? something that splits the difference between "i tediously reconfigure everything myself" and "buggy heuristics and probability filters reconfigure things for me"? an interface must be predictable in its behavior to be usable (doesn't it?). so a big question:

how can an interface be both adaptable and predictable?

And after tentatively agreeing with the Legion of Beardoes that adaptive interfaces are not the purvue of Operating Systems, is there a place for a system-level service that observes behaviors and systematically abstracts them? This sort of thing would allow some crazy stuff:

1. applications that have no relationship to each other whatsoever (besides host platform) can find unexpected harmonies. For example, I have applications A and B open (one could even be a TTY app). When my behavior pattern in app 'A' shifts to "editing" mode (from earlier example), a similar shift is automatically engendered in app 'B'.
2. the same sort of engine could be used for non-human actors and non user-interfaces (APIs)... couldn't these adaptive principals be applied to system optimization? "the application while being exploited by user X in mode Y never makes these system calls -- therefore, the library in which they are stored will not be linked or will be aggressively paged out if the user is in mode Y". things aren't just simpler... they are faster.

This last point just occurred to me while typing all this junk and has me all worked up into a nerdy lather. Maybe I'll regret it in the morning. It is probably the case that existing caching and paging algorithms are far more efficient than this could ever be. Any takers on that one?

So. What do you guys think? Anyone know of (or have written...) any current apps with super-spiffy adaptive interfaces? Dewey, anything from the Newton come to mind?

28 August 2006

Eclipse PDE == Ass

Twice I've tried to use the PDE to generate headless builds for my Eclipse plug-ins, and twice I've given up in disgust. This is frustrating because there is a lot of promise in the PDE environment.

Here's my current hit list for PDE build scripts:

Hard coded paths to the Eclipse plug-in jars.

One of my plug-ins generated a build script with about twenty paths that started like this:
Holy crap! That is a big pain. I can't run that build from a different branch on my machine, much less on the build portal, without regenerating the build script. Eclipse has provided ant tasks for doing just that, but, if you want to use them, you need to use the Eclipse antRunner. This segues nicely with my next gripe.

antRunner! WTF?
To run Eclipse builds headless, you need to use the Eclipse antRunner application. This breaks the Ant interface, plain and simple. Just typing 'ant' should get some sort of reasonable result. Failing that, typing 'ant -p' should provide some usage information*. Instead, you get to type something like this:
%JAVAEXE% -cp %STARTUPJAR% org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main -noupdate -application
org.eclipse.ant.core.antRunner -data %WORKSPACE% -buildfile %BUILDFILE%

There's another problem. If your building an RCP application with the antRunner, you're required to have the Eclipse IDE installed on every machine that might make that build. One of the benefits of using Ant is that it allows you to create a build script without IDE dependencies.

I suppose I'm just being a tad pedantic. Either way, I still think the right thing for me to do was to write my own scripts.

Rolling your own
Rolling your own build scripts has it's share of pitfalls. You need to manage your dependencies in two places, which you're probably doing already if you're using Eclipse for development and Ant for builds**. The real hassle is keeping your plug-in version numbers synchronized. I set all of the versions to 0.0.0 in the PDE and I set a version property in the build scripts. Then I replace all those 0.0.0's with the version property during the build. The obvious shortcoming with this technique is that all of your features and plugins will have the same version number. I found this to be acceptable, if not ideal. Your mileage may vary.

Improving the PDE Build Scripts
Three things that could be done to improve headless PDE builds:
  1. Store the path to plugins as a property. Then at least the paths could be replaced on the command line. This doesn't work very well if plugins are stored in several places. Those people are probably still stuck with custom scripts.
  2. Don't use Ant tasks that can only be run from within Eclipse. Also, taskdef, if you don't mind...
  3. Support generating a MANIFEST.MF from a build script for use in the IDE.

*That is why you use the description attribute on your main Ant targets.
** Maven has a pretty elegant solution for this; use the build to generate .projects files.

18 August 2006

Proper grammar

Drew has taken me to task for taking him to task about the subjunctive (or what I perhaps erroneously called the "hypothetical conditional").

I mentioned that there are a lot of songs out there with misuage, but only one I know of that confronts the issue.

I Wish I Was A Lesbian by Loudon Wainwright III

Which apparently nerds love to make videos with.

Drew also says a little of that song goes a long way... which means this post should go insanely far.

11 August 2006

David Johansen

Since when did YouTube's "about this video" section become such a rich source of biographical information?

Blogged with Flock

09 August 2006

get your drink on

Things a Man Should Know About Drinking
from Esquire magazine.

I read these once in a barber shop while waiting for a haircut. When I had hair over the winter.

Blogged with Flock

This chicken is screwed.


Blogged with Flock

03 August 2006

this input device is squirming with disgusting bacteria

the video is cool, though.

Now That's How You Fuck With People

It does, however, require that your neighbors be a-holes of at least moderate intelligence.

25 July 2006


For all of you with girl babies: if you are attempting the psycho-experimental method of parenting, you would do well to keep these bathing suits in mind.

24 July 2006


I'm an enabler of a similar blemish on society.

From Vice magazine's DOs and DON'Ts...

23 July 2006

Just when you thought this meme was running out of steam

A techno remix of "the internet is a series of tubes".

20 July 2006

Need 2 developers, as soon as possible, for a crisis

For real - I'm helping a company find 2 developers on very short notice for a few weeks of work with very good pay. They've got a crisis and noboby competent to handle it. It's not great work, but it's probably exciting, and it pays well. I'm essentially doing them a personal favor by trying to find two great people on extremely short notice.

The reasons behind this are complex/crazy, and I'll give you all the details if you're interested. The project is estimated (by me) at 3-6 weeks of work, full-time (at least), for 2 developers plus a support geek (who is already hired), starting just as soon as you can start work. (Tomorrow would be good.) The company is in Columbus but it wouldn't be strictly necessary for you to be here.


* Smart
* Gets things done
* Good at debugging / figuring out problems
* Communicates well
* Working knowledge of:
** SQL
** Visual Basic
** ASP
** SQL Server
** IIS
** Telephony experience is a plus

...in that order :)

If it helps, this is work that I'd take if I could find some way to put my real job on hold.

If you're interested, please send me an email or call me as soon as possible. If you don't know how to contact me, please find somebody who does and get them to refer you - it's way better (from my point of view) if I know you or if you come with a recommendation from someone I trust.

I'll be doing the interviewing for this job.

Did I miss anything? Let me know.

I've also posted this job at LinkedIn.

I see...

...old cars.

18 July 2006

I'm addicted to "Yacht Rock"

I dunno if you guys are down with channel 101 (the web programming channel where the lonely island - the guys behind "The Chronicles of Narnia" for SNL got their start). But some of the shows are pretty decent.

"Yacht Rock" is freakin' great.

Its a "Documentary" about the career starts of Michael McDonald, the Doobie Brothers and Kenny Loggins... but its a DRAMA. Hilarious.

I also recommend: "Laser Fart." Which is funnier than the name would lead you to believe. Basically its a spoof of superhero Movies/TV Shows.

And if you are really into it... check out "The 'Bu". Its the guys from the Lonely Island spoofing "The OC" very funny, too.

Skip Episodes 9, 10 and 11. They were made by some other guys after the Lonely Island troup left for SNL, and they are pure shit.

Other than that, poke around. The basic premise is: anyone can submit a show (a "pilot"). A crowd watches all the accepted submissions. If they like the pilot(if it gets voted in the top 5) it get put in "Prime Time" (in other words they ask them to make another). If they don't like it its a Failed Pilot... they don't ask you back. After you are in Prime Time, you get voted on for every submission (one show every month). If you get voted out or don't make a show for the month, you get cancelled. Neat concept. Apparently, they asked by FOX to do this for REAL television.

16 July 2006

13 July 2006

11 July 2006

The hairdos of 1952

Wy'East High School. Check out that dude in the center of the top row!!!

10 July 2006

It just gets funnier...

... every time I see it.

08 July 2006

Shopping Channel Idiot

I stole this from eBaumsworld

07 July 2006


It's good not to trust.

06 July 2006

05 July 2006

Come, good food. Come.

I found this picture using google image search. It is on this site's server, but the page it is purportedly on is 404.


For those times when you need a badass in the courtroom.

29 June 2006

Just what every GPS nav system needs

"Mr. T never takes I-90 at rush hour… I pity the fool that doesn't take the next left."

28 June 2006


Developers and Google hackers should check this out.

Love it or Leave it (or: America: Dumb and Dumber Part II)

This is a pretty good social studies quiz.

I'm pretty shocked at how badly J-walk did.

Mmmm....die Kuh

In reference to yesterday's off-blog conversation... French words for food; German words for animals.

(missing from the list is 'Chicken' which is 'Ku:cken' in German.)

27 June 2006

Hand of God - GOAL!

If you played the real game, and you also played the Nintendo game, you might find this funny.

'Looked like a hand ball, that!'

How much God?

It's kind of unclear.

26 June 2006


Puts me to shame

No hacky sacks were harmed in the making of this video.

Overheard in New York meets Google Maps

A mash-up I haven't seen on boing-boing... yet.

22 June 2006

Movies at Playhouse Square this summer

I propose an Anchorbutt meet-up on Thursday, August 17 for the Holy Grail.

unpimp your ride.


21 June 2006

I'm a bargain shopper

I've been reading some blogs about deals via RSS cuz I'm a big honkin' consumer from way back. In theory these help me save money, but in reality it means I spend more and have more gadgets. Huzzah.

Anyway, here is the weirdest deal I've ever seen.

Now get out there and save!

World Cup fans exposed to Gamma Radiation

19 June 2006

"I pooted"

I was confused by the billboard on I-480 Westbound next to the Valley View bridge. It said simply "I pooted". What else could I do but google it? I found a likely answer.

Amusing T-shirt

"Come over to the dark side; we have candy"

Gimme Gimme Octopus!


More from WFMU

I used to put this on in the background while the band was recording, until they forced me to take it off because it was freaking them out. The structure of the show, as far as I can make out, is that in the opening the Octopus sees something with his telescope (from his treehouse) he wants to grab for his own. His buddy the peanut (or squash?) helps him take it, usually through theft, trickery, or swords and guns.

Pimpin ain't easy

If you go to Family Guy (dot com), you can click "pimp my stewie".

16 June 2006

Deep Thoughts

This morning one of my favorite webcomics, made a comment about a news story that was circulating about Stephen Hawking and the Pope.

Anyway, the story resonated with me and Scott Kurtz blogged this paragraph by Carl Sagan.

"Those afraid of the universe as it really is, those who pretend to nonexistent knowledge and envision a Cosmos centered on human beings will prefer the fleeting comforts of superstition. They avoid rather than confront the world. But those with the courage to explore the weave and structure of the Cosmos, even where it differs profoundly from their wishes and prejudices, will penetrate its deepest mysteries."
-Carl Sagan

15 June 2006

Write your own caption

Useful Software

This software lets you use a single keyboard and mouse to control multiple PC's. (All without a KVM!)

12 June 2006

Paisley Print -- burn it don't wear it

yadda yadda yadda -- note the use of center tag -- yadda yadda yadda

11 June 2006

Nature, Vacuum Reconcile

WWN never fails to amuse.

09 June 2006

Let's hope...

...that this recent spate of posting helps us reverse some trends.

Hitler cats!


Beverage ratings

. . . just in case you were wondering whether to have "Pimp Juice" or "Nuky Rose Soda" with your taco.


</Ogre impression>

But you know, the cool kind that make stuff.

08 June 2006

I want Doug to wear this...

...while working out. He'll be the talk of the gym, esp. when he lifts his car out of the swamp.

07 June 2006

01 June 2006

A little Jedi cross-training

I refuse to call it table tennis.

Don't be educated a singularity idiot!

Get your very own Time Cube today!

PS, has anyone checked out the actual site recently? Looks like he's railing against Wikipedia's entry on him now. Quoth Gene Ray:

Wikipedia allowing the educated stupid
to evaluate the 4 simultaneous 24 hr. days
within a single rotation of Earth, equates
allowing atheist to proof-read the bible.

(sic on that whole thing, of course)

31 May 2006

First in Flight

Race car flies farther than the Wright Brothers.

26 May 2006

Happy Anchorversary

We're 25.5 hours away from the first anniversary of anchorbutt's first post.

Jean Grey vs. Kari Byron

Separated at birth?

Images taken from FHM and Cinema Blend.

24 May 2006

Crop circles predict death

I'm afraid Jason and Kyl won't make it to Seattle in time.

20 May 2006

T-minus 10 days

Got a one-way ticket for Seattle that departs Cleveland in 10 days. So does Kyl, I hope. Symptoms strongly indicate one or more beer, beef, or glue-themed gathering as appropriate. Something late in the week, or as late as Monday 5/29, would be good. Any suggestions for date or venue?

UPDATE. Looks like we're at leats doing lunch at O's tomorrow (thursday, 5/25) at noon.

Also, I'd like to make an open call for some assistance packing up one of my shipping containers tomorrow night. We have very little stuff to take, but could use an extra pair of hands to move a bed, a dresser, a cedar chest, and one or two boxes. Pizza or equivalent item will be provided. Please email me directly if you're up for it.

UPDATE UPDATE. Thanks to Mani, Matt, and Anne for helping us load up our unnecessarily heavy belongings in the middle of a torrential downpour.

16 May 2006

Han Shot First

These will look damn smooth next to my Pinky and the Brain bookends. Pinky and the Brain bookends!? Yeah, I know you're jealous.

Every once in a while...

...humanity makes me shudder.

15 May 2006

10 May 2006

C for Cookie

Yeah, I peed a little when I watched this.

09 May 2006

The Movie Timeline

What if everything in movies was real...

07 May 2006

Do you know anything about the word 'anchorbutt'?

We're famous!

Last week I got an IM from a coworker, asking if I knew about the word 'anchorbutt'. It turns out that he found our blog via a blogspot search for "NetJets", catching my old post about changing jobs. It's a little strange to have the whole world as a potential audience and then have your next-cube-neighbor be the guy who finds you.

02 May 2006

Stephen Harper eats babies


I get 10 out of 10 for finding an infantivore link, but minus several million for monitoring the Reuters "oddly enough" RSS feed. What can I say? It's what's on the google personal page before you log in.

The Levels of Development Hell

Click click click

22 April 2006

Norton Furniture hits the Internet

It was really only a matter of time.

The commercial with the lamp ladies.

His MySpace page.

Scene has an article about him, but I'd recommend you skip it because it makes him much less disturbing.

Now you can share the creepiness with people who don't stay up until two in the morning when these commercials run.

21 April 2006

15 April 2006

Notacon rocked!

The Notacaon main page has links to writeups and photos.

Phat talks I saw:

The Dial-a-dorks were on Notacon Radio for about five hours, including two hours of talking with Drew Curtis. (Although I had gone home by that point.)

It was fun!

12 April 2006

07 April 2006

06 April 2006

Center Tag Alert

well, close enough.

05 April 2006

31 March 2006

Wheels stolen at work

Donkey Puncher sent me this picture in email this morning with the subject line "wheels stolen at work". Ha!!

28 March 2006

i love sleepytime gorilla museum

So does this gentleman.

cory sucks . com

link via metafilter.

I don't know if any of you read boing boing...

For some reason I've developed this dislike for one of the posters which I admit is totally lame.

I guess, though, i'm not the only one.

26 March 2006

25 March 2006

Toothpaste Ad

That kid's smile is creepy.

24 March 2006

Buy A T-Shirt, Get the Gore for Free

Buy one of these beauties and you can select how much gore you want on it.

20 March 2006

Celebrities separated at birth

Saddam and Victor French

17 March 2006

Biker Wash

Wash your motorcycle and your body with one product!

Cowboy Leg Beautiful Pole

Man fruit braise the north almond? I don't recommend the man fruit.

16 March 2006

What the hell?

I feel like my dad: "What the hell is going on?"

15 March 2006

Think Globally, Act Nerdy

Is anybody out there going to Notacon this year?

I went last year, and it was pretty good. The sessions were really interesting, and we met a lot of cool people. It's also pretty cheap, especially if you live here in Cleveland, since you don't have to worry about flights or hotels.

Here's the schedule.

I highly recommend it!

14 March 2006

El burrito mas fina

How we all enjoy this man's burritos!

12 March 2006

renee french

My appreciation for the plan 9 logo ("Glenda") led me to check out Renee French's portfolio, which has lots of amusingly effed up stuff in it.

09 March 2006

Chief Wana Dubie

A vote for Chief Wana Dubie is a vote for... hey man, do we have any pizza left?

07 March 2006

It's my Year!

Triumph and the Chinese New Year.

Kids cryin' again

Scared of her shadow.

02 March 2006

01 March 2006

Driving the Speed Limit is Dangerous

A fine display of civil obedience.

28 February 2006



maybe NSFW, unless you're a german TV show host.



Be Smarter

Jack In.

2 takes on how to get rich w/out a boss

PC vs. JS, in a no-holds-barred cage match!

24 February 2006

How to Make Money Without a Job

Pretty good podcast on living without the man. All common-sense stuff...


23 February 2006

So that's how to tease apart epon sections when microtoming!

If you often do work with an electron microscope, glue a cat whisker...onto the end of a wooden stick. It's the perfect tool for, say, teasing apart thinly sliced floating epon sections when microtoming.

and other tricks of the trade.

Help Drew out

This is a really awesome reference to an old side scrolling game called The Lemmings.

He didn't get alot of the references in Geeks in Love.

No link, just a funny story for the day.

A male patient is lying in bed in the hospital, wearing an oxygen mask over his mouth and nose, still heavily sedated from a difficult, four hour, surgical procedure. A young, student nurse appears to give him a partial sponge bath.

“Nurse,” he mumbles, from behind the mask. “Are my testicles black?”

Embarrassed, the young nurse replies, “I don't know, Sir. I'm only here to wash your upper body and feet.”

He struggles to ask again, “Nurse, are my testicles black?”

Concerned that he may elevate his vitals from worry about his testicles, she overcomes her embarrassment and sheepishly pulls back the covers. She raises his gown, holds his penis in one
hand and his testicles in the other. Then, she takes a close look and says,

“There's nothing wrong with them, Sir!”

The man pulls off his oxygen mask, smiles at her and says very slowly, "Thank you very much. That was wonderful, but, listen very, very closely...... Are-my-test-results-back?”

22 February 2006

Apparently Ohio is the only state to have an official state rock song.

What do you suppose they mean by "is of particular relevance?"
I guess they liked the song...but what is the relevance?

18 February 2006

It's all about the O.

O'Reilly's is open again, gang. Some of us went there yesterday. The new place is a lot like the old place, and it's only a few doors down from where it used to was.

Any anchorbutters in town and available for a trip there on 3/17/06?

17 February 2006

I Love 2D Katamari Damacy

There goes the rest of my day...

16 February 2006


As kofno and I discussed, metal bleachers are essentially heatsinks that cause you to lose more heat through your bottom than your top, meaning that you should wear an asshat, not a headhat, when seated on them.

This product solves that problem.

Talk about bumflaps [sic], my gal's got 'em!

14 February 2006

Geeks in Love

Featuring more geek-culture references than you can shake a Schwartz at, with music by Lemon Demon.

13 February 2006

kids are such fun

Russ once characterized children as "short, dumb people who cry a lot". He's probably the type of guy who would play this prank on a kid. For that, I salute him.

08 February 2006


"Decision by checkmate or knockout."

06 February 2006

And on the Serious Tip...

Why We Fight: The Military Industrial Complex

Best. Error Message. Ever.