"Mr. T never takes I-90 at rush hour… I pity the fool that doesn't take the next left."
28 June 2006
This is a pretty good social studies quiz.
I'm pretty shocked at how badly J-walk did.
Posted by russ at 15:35
27 June 2006
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21 June 2006
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!
Posted by russ at 13:46
19 June 2006
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.
Posted by Ryan Leaf at 10:55
16 June 2006
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."
Posted by dorkallmighty at 10:06
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01 June 2006
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)
Posted by russ at 13:25