Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Jeremiah and Lex in Hong Kong with Danny Lui

Admire our 5 star hotel shortly before dim sum

Shop in a sweet 3 story underground mall

Strike a pose before eating

Survey the "live" menu

Laugh at those we're about to consume

Poke fun from behind the saftey of the glass

Board the exquisite 3br. Yacht. I need to get one of these.

Sit back, relax, enjoy like 3 kings.

Water Ski. Well, Lex did I was flopping around like troll bait.

Yes, I'm from Hawaii. Yes, I get sea sick. Don't know why. Its a curse. Shuttup.

Fantastic time. Can't wait to go back.

Long time without links (lots)

Shock tactics to destroy torpedoes

Wonder Pizza

Urinal Mural

If You're a Christian, Muslim or Jew - You are Wrong

Nguyen executioner revealed,10117,17057851-2,00.html?from=rss

101 Zen Stories

What's Special About This Number?

13 things that do not make sense

Interactive Autopsy

Air Force testing new transparent armor

el baile de yoda

Is God real? Or is he imaginary?

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Jer at Black Hat Seattle 2003

Jeremiah Grossman, Saumil Shah, Jeff Moss, and Shreeraj at Black Hat Seattle 2003.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Jer at Black Hat Tokyo 2005

Jeremiah Grossman and Saumil Shah at the Imperial Palace while at Black Hat Tokyo 2005.

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

a pile o' links

The fine are of penny stacking

Katrina and Magic the Gathering

Space elevator robot passes 1,000-foot mark



Your Mom! Geek Jokes

Friday, September 16, 2005

ending a busy week links

Leader of the free world writes a note asking for a pee break.

Prank of the century

David Thorpe from makes fools out of G4

Google is the master at relavent results. "FAILURE"

Friday, September 09, 2005

Back from Seattle Links

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Friday, September 02, 2005

Upcoming presentations

SEP. 7-8 Washington Software Alliance (Seattle)
Phishing with Super Bait

SEP. 19-21 Network Security Conference ISACA (Las Vegas)
How to Build a Web Security Program that Works

OCT. 17-18 Black Hat Japan (Tokyo)
Phishing with Super Bait

the week of katrina aftermath

The mayor of New Orleans telling it like it is.

Nagin Interview from WWL-AM.

Another step closer to solving the death problem.

It's a miracle: mice regrow hearts,5744,16417002%255E30417,00.html


South Africa anti-rape condom aims to stop attacks

Another fine Lex picture

Brought to you by Lex: Winston's Lego Computer

Another reason we need good Anti-Automation solutions, because there is none.

On the Internet, Nobody Knows You're a Bot

Monday, August 29, 2005

links stockpile

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Monday, August 15, 2005

left over links from the weekend

Whats stranger. The fact that he's 7'9" or that he's from Mongolia?

New Tallest Man Found in Inner Mongolia

Way way waaaaaay too much free time

Quarter Tossing

Coolest door ever

Gizmodo Japan: Auto door

Wednesday, August 10, 2005

A link good enough to stand on its own

This link deserved an entry all by itself.

the I don't know what to call these links

Ok, I'm not going to give this away with a title, but go see it.


Brought to you by Bill: Strawberry milk sausage sales set to sizzle

When rain freezes

Whoa, this guy has stamina. And more ammo to the games are dangerous argument for the fight against GTA

Man dies after online game marathon

A fun little game actually.

What Every Law Enforcement Officer Should Know About DNA Evidence

Monday, August 08, 2005

Pho Shizzle

Mostly Dennis links

Brought to you by Dennis: Ok, I've eaten just about everything I've come across at one time or another. But, this one is a different story entirely. I wonder where ones goes to try this.

Live Octopus Tentacle

Brought to you by Bill: The story was funny enough, but the writing style of the article just makes it that much more humorous.

Fisherman finds out he was speared by crocodile needlefish

Brought to you by Dennis: Cool use of Google Maps

Google Sightseeing

Brought to you by Dennis: Sweet looking interface


It's about time the movie going experienced improved with some new tech.

Multi-Focal Projection

Hey, we must give equal time to all crazy theories don't we?

"Flying Spaghetti Monster"

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

visual links

Another reason why Americans are fat

Yah, I'm lame

Net Lag

Zombies mob downtown San Francisco in search of brains

Founding religious doctrine quotes and links

"According to the New Testament, especially the Gospels, Jesus, also called Christ, had the power to lay his life down and to take it up again, being both human and God as well as the Promised Messiah. Thus after the Crucifixion, Jesus was resurrected from the dead on the third day. This event is referred to in Christian terminology as the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and is commemorated and celebrated by most Christians each year at Easter.

As the resurrection of Jesus is one of the most important events for Christianity, there are many references to it in the rest of the New Testament. Both Peter (Acts 2:22-32) and Paul (1 Corinthians 15:19) argue that this event was the cornerstone of Christianity, and may be seen to some extent as providing witness to the resurrection independent of the Gospel accounts. Indeed, nearly every New Testament book speaks of Jesus' death and resurrection, a telling fact in that many were written independent of each other both geographically and socially."

Mormon (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
"In the spring of 1820 when he was fourteen years old, Smith reported he was reading the Bible when he came across the following verse in the first chapter of the Epistle of James:

James 1:5 - If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him.

Smith felt deeply impressed by this particular scripture, believing he needed guidance in choosing the proper church to join.

One morning, he went into a grove of trees (called "the sacred grove" by Latter-day Saints) behind the family's farm, knelt down, and began his first vocal prayer.

Almost immediately after starting his prayer, Smith reported a confrontation with a power he regarded as evil, which completely inhibited his speech. A darkness gathered around him, and Smith believed that he would soon be totally destroyed. He continued his prayer non-verbally, asking for God's aid, feeling hopeless and resigned to destruction. At this moment, he reported that a light brighter than the sun descended towards him. With the arrival of the light, Smith reported he was delivered from the evil power.

In the light, Smith "saw two personages standing in the air" in front of him. One being pointed to the other and stated that this was his "Beloved Son." (Smith reported that the two beings were God the Father and Jesus.) As Smith again could speak, he asked to know which religious sect he should join. Smith claimed he was told that all existing religions had been corrupted from Jesus Christ's teachings. (See Great Apostasy.)

In the years following this First Vision, Smith claimed to have received more instructions from God, some of which were given through messengers such as angels. Eventually, Smith and five others incorporated what would become known as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints."

Jedi Knights have gained official recognition as a religion in the UK Census 2001.

"The Jedi Knights were an order of individuals who had the ability to touch and work alongside the Force, shunning its dark side. The order began tens of thousands of years before the rise of the Galactic Empire. Many ancient and semi-legendary organizations have been proposed as the forerunners of the Jedi Order, such as the Order of Dai Bendu or the Chatos Academy, but no conclusive links have ever been shown. Likewise, the birth planet of the order is unknown. There are many candidates, including such known worlds as Coruscant, Ossus, Corellia, and Utapau, as well as mythic, lost planets such as Had Abbadon, and Ondos."

"In Scientology doctrine, Xenu is a galactic ruler who, 75 million years ago, brought billions of people to Earth, stacked them around volcanoes and blew them up with hydrogen bombs. Their souls then clustered together and stuck to the bodies of the living, and continue to cause people problems today. These events are known to Scientologists as "Incident II," and the traumatic memories associated with them as The Wall of Fire or the R6 implant. The story of Xenu is part of a much wider range of Scientology beliefs in extraterrestrial civilizations and alien interventions in Earthly events, collectively described as space opera by L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology."

"In Scientology doctrine, body thetans or BTs are the ghosts of the victims of a genocide perpetrated 75 million years ago by Xenu. Having lost their individual identities, BTs are believed to attach themselves to and identify with humans, becoming part of their "reactive minds"."

Sunday, July 31, 2005

After BH and Defcon links

I haven't gone and verified the accuracy of these, but it came off the internet so they must be true. :) #19 is my favorite.

19. John Travolta turned down the starring roles in "An Officer and a Gentleman" and "Tootsie."

A list of True Facts

Ok, I never used 10,000 of them, but they stole my high school gag!

Ten thousand superballs rolling down a San Francisco hill-street

Eerie sounds from Saturn

Brought to you by Bill: Lava Sledding
Wearing just a tank top and shorts and reaching speeds of up to 70 mph on a sled standing only four inches above ground

Friday, July 22, 2005

on men, women, and gaming links

Someone actually wrote down the unwritten rules!

The Men Commandments

People actually going out of they're way to buy a magazine BECAUSE of the advertising. Only one thing can manage that.

Mag offers free brothel session

So cool.


Not than I mind the male fantasy characters in todays video games, however women deserve they're own genre. Must be a huge market for type of game, but there again is the mystery, what women do want? For men, its easy. :)

Programmers: Video Games Need a Woman's Touch


Picking Up Girls Made Easy

Just as it sounds

Rubik's Cube Solver

Thursday, July 21, 2005

new record: 3 posts in one day

I'm officially a blogger! I feel so honored.

But the reason for this post was to draw attention to the spectacular picture now being hosted by Lex. Enjoy.

Jer is quoted in the press

Every once in a while I get quoted in the press. So I figured I'd start posting them up here. Maybe I'll go and back-post some of the older ones when I get some time.

Visa, Amex Cut Ties with CardSystems

As said by Bill...
In other news:
"Jeremiah becomes a full fledged luminary, references self in third person"


Before the lunch bell links

For the dirty mind.

Brought to you by Dennis: The Best PS2 Ad

Definition of a really bad night.

Nude Teen Rescued After Three Days Trapped In Train Car
"His mother, Ramona Barber, said he had wrecked his car in a ditch Friday night and, while walking to a relative's house, was beaten, robbed and thrown in the tanker by three men."

Ok, I'm just dumbfounded by this. Could this be!?

Mind May Affect Machines,1282,68216,00.html

Another unfortunate Japanese Logo. You remember the last one right?

I wonder if this is the way various type of education will go. Seems compelling actually.

Flash version of Open Heart Surgery

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

The typical links: funny, interesting, and strange

Compliments of Llana: "Sneaky goddamn leg... LOL"

Don't Touch My Bone

Ok, childish and silly I know, but I'd like to have one of these rooms. See all the old consoles and games. Droool.

Gibby’s Game room

Intelligence within the masses. No kidding?

Are Crowds Wise?

Interesting read to be sure. Especially if some of his facts and ascertions are verifiable.

The Logic of Suicide Terrorism

Uhm, this one actually made me nervous.

Massive Shark Caught Off Vineyard

Monday, July 18, 2005

Cops and strange event links

I guess being a Cop means you get called out on some really strange incidents. Some of these makes you wonder how you explain "how your day went" to someone else. I wonder if this level of cruelty has always been here or is increasing. Hard to tell since brings access to everything world wide.

I think I know of good punishment for this woman.

Mother Charged After Kids Take Turns In Trunk On 8-Hour Drive

I have strong feelings on movies to be sure, but rising to the degree of hanibal lector canabalism, thats a whole other level.

Man Has Nose Bitten Off In Fight Over Bruce Willis Film

Simply unimaginable.

Police Say Mother Injected Toddler With Feces

This reminded me of that Johnny Knoxville trailer where he pretends to be retarted to fix the Special Olympics. One way or the other though, this coaches life is over.

Report: Coach paid player to harm disabled boy

Friday, July 15, 2005

TGIF links

This street paintings are stunningly realistic. One might think they'd fall in if that stepped on one.

Master street painter

Watch this guy (cyclotouriste) steadily get more and more crazy.

Ok, file this in the just plain creepy category.

Ukrainian vampire drugged children and drank their blood

Brought to you by Dennis:
Strip 332: Dear Hollywood; stop sucking.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

ABC News (Australia) TV Interview

Wow, an actual honest to goodness blog post.

Today I was interviewed for an ABC News (Australia) show called Four Corners. Its a 45 minutes show similar to the PBS Frontline we have in the states. The subject matter was phishing and identidy theft. The whole process took about 3 hours to film. This was really an interesting and entertaining experience. I believe this was my second TV appearance and I think I'm getting more comfortable with the idea. We'll see if the final results show me in a relaxed state or a jabbering tech0-ninny.

As part of the filming, they allowed me to do a phishing demonstration using a XSS vulnerability I found in ABC's website. I call it Phishing with Superbait. I created a FAKE news story appear on the REAL website stating the reporter won a Pulitzer and also linked to Al Qaeda. This hack is different than normal fake website scams because it originated from the legit website instead of a rouge server. So the URL looks perfect in every way. Both the reporter and producer were amazed that such a thing was possible.

I'm not sure when this will air, but they'll be supplying me with a DVD.

post vacation links

and her house was condemed! Smell must have been aweful.

Elderly woman in U.S. hoards more than 300 cats;_ylt=ApudObuoJtvFeKH7JX_001is0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA3NW1oMDRpBHNlYwM3NTc-

The question I had was, why would you steal a parrot anyway?

Parrot helped catch robbers

If Simpsons characters mated

remember ... "the stress release technique had worked perfectly until he was arrested."

Naked man arrested for shouting at trees

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Real World Web Hacking URL's

Myself and Ofer from Breach created a Real World Web Hacking URL's web page that many have found incredibly useful.

"A compiled list of news sources, specific to real-world websites, describing an actual web application security hack. Most media accounts of website hacking incidents contain precious few details about how the compromise was carried out. Only occasionally we'll see descriptions of parameter tampering to uncover someone else's order details or the infamous SQL Injection . These are the links we can directly attribute to web application security failures."

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

1up gaming links

This is a great article describing the "secondary" gaming market. Details exploits and what they are now used for in combination with sweat off-shore "farming" shops. Things are getting organized and sophisticated nowadays in the MMORPG space. Now a part of me says, perhaps I missed out on something when I quit UO. But it seems to me the game makers are looking at all of this the wrong way and leaving money on the table for what can only be described ready market.

From sweatshops to stateside corporations, some people are profiting off of MMO gold.

Shigeru Miyamoto is the man




Yep, basically why I don't watch TV much.

What's The Big Idea?

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

back to work links

I gotta get me one of these.

Ghillie Suits

So funny I went and found the actual seating chart for myself

Complaint from Seat 29E

seat layout

So, fired.

Bad keystroke leads to $251 million stock buy

From the wow, but what use is this dept.

Japanese sets new mathematics record for reciting 'pi'


Google Flash Song

Amazing pictures of what it looks like to break the sound barrier

Flying at transonic speeds

Friday, July 01, 2005

4th of July weekend links

Submission by TC: Some really funny Netflix movie reviews

Brian Moore's Reviews and Lists

Getting struck by lightning while playing console games is one thing, but then having the headlines say ing you must have learned some kind of lesson is another. What was the lesson, dont watch TV during a storm? Sheesh

Lightning teaches Middleton teen a valuable lesson

I did by best to verify this, and it seems its real. Creepy.

646-Pound Catfish Netted in Thailand

Falling from the "something" tree and hit every bubble on the way down

Toby got a stay of execution until November 6th, 2006

Save Toby

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

pictures from NATEA talk

A couple weeks ago I presented for NATEA (North American Taiwanese Engineers Association) on "Web Applications are the Next Big Target: How to Build a Web Application Security Program that Works". The slide-ware covered implemention of the PCI Data Security Standard and how its also beneficial outside of the credit card industry. The NATEA (Silicon Valley) Chapter President presented me with a framed certificate and we posed for a few pictures. The meeting was done very well and I had an excellent time.

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

just 3 links

There are three ways I thought of to comment on the following story:
1) Why did they have to go an use THAT picture!?
2) "Mommy, can I have a zombie dog for my birthday"
3) The amazing things science is accomplishing

Boffins create zombie dogs,10117,15739502-13762,00.html

Time is running out for poor lil Toby. Only $22K and he stays alive.

Save Today

Someone must have some serious pressure built up to need those handles

Thursday, June 23, 2005

mostly video links

Brought to you by Robert: Adding another nut job to the stack

Crazy Yoga Instructor

Put this video style to a catchier song then play it on MTV, and I guarantee being a furrie would be all the rage.

DJ Format

OK, this guy is my new hero. This guy is hardcore. Navy Seals ain't got nuttin on him. Is this a standard skill in NAIROBI.

Grandfather kills leopard with his hands

They can withstand a bullet, but not a well-placed strip of metal.

Jimmy a Master Lock

Brought to you by Dennis:

iPod parody

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

A lil bit of everything links

If you haven't read this before, you should. Somehow, I wish I had a neighbor like this.

"Redneck Neighbor"

TC's first link submission! "GET HIGH, GET STUPID, GET AIDS."

How Getting High Can Get You AIDS

Does this mean people are going to use Anesthesia more or less?

Anesthesia can give rise to sex illusion

Brought to you by Lex:

Discovering Disneyland
Opening day travails, amorous hijinks, optical tricks and other obscure delights

Title says it all

Suicide By Super Glue

Apparently the stunt didn't go very well.

Snapple Guiness Record Attempt Floods Union Square

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

a few quick links

"Sometimes Credited As: Jamie Lee Curtis" HAAHAH!

Kevin Kline (IMDB)

Vader and some Storm Troopers on a swing

I should build me one of these!

Ether Killer

Unix terminal written in JavaScript. It just looks like your using Unix.


Monday, June 20, 2005

women, men and puppy dog links

Litterally, part of the female brain stops working during orgasm

Orgasms: a real ‘turn-off’ for women

I always knew there was something more to this than brute strength

How to Perform Strong Man Stunts

Brought to you by Dennis: And to think they named him "Lucky"

Six-legged puppy dumped at temple

Pimp my 474


Friday, June 17, 2005

a few links for friday

No explanation can describe this link

Cybernetic Parrot Sausage

The best of Jimmy Kimmel Live's Unnecessary Censorship.

Thursday, June 16, 2005

misc misc misc links

I would have to agree with this guys opinions on the screening at SeaTac

I Hate SeaTac

If we could only do this on command

Teen Charged After Vomiting on Teacher

The humiliation!

Alleged Robber Attacked With Curling Irons

Good stuff

Steve Jobs speech at Stanford

Tuesday, June 14, 2005

a long time without the links

Triumph just rules

Triumph vs the Michael Jackson Supporters

Now thats what I'm talking about!

Romeo and Juliette ballet in the nude

Just another one of those things


The Hebrew Hammer

Wednesday, June 08, 2005

my hero links

This guy is my hero... for those who've ever been left on hold.

'Thank you for calling f*** off'

and then the judge lets him off!

"An angry hacker who recorded a rude message on a cable helpline for other customers to hear has been found not guilty of causing offence."

Baitcar videos

Thank you Dennis. Friends like this you can really party with!

Dance Dance Immolation!

Monday, June 06, 2005

some monday humor links

And they reference America's Army! A free FPS that rocks.

All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Video Games, Part One

Just another one of those "making us feel safe" things

Drop those nose hair clippers, soldier!

This guy is friggin hysterical. Check the guy he knocks clean off his feet.

Japanese Scary Screamer

Ok, this would be a bit humiliating

Premature Celebration

Ain't this interesting

DUI Defendants Skip Charge By Asking How Test Works

Friday, June 03, 2005

a medley of links

Improve Everywhere Mission.
Pretending to be U2 playing an impromptu concert on a NY City roof

Jon Stewart on "Deep Throat"

Dress-up Doll Steve Jobs

Tuesday, May 31, 2005

the week after jayce links

Thank you Dennis. HAHAHA. Nuff said.

"The bomb squad was brought in to handle the situation and a remote-controlled robot used to make the fake penis safe."

This is actually pretty cool

Vader reads your mind

Lock up your ice cream

Pint Lock

From Dennis: WOOT made the list

What's Your Favorite Word (That's Not in the Dictionary)?

Pot Suckers
Hemp flavored candy

Tickle her with a feather. Hours of fun filled entertainment

Friday, May 27, 2005

some new links

Some very choice quotes

John Bolton, proposed US ambassador to the U.N., speaks about the organization

I don't know exactly why this is interesting. But it is in so many ways.

Stanford article talking about the dangers of diet pills, the lo and behold, DIET PILL ADVERTISING on the left column. Oh, and lets not forget to make sure college students know where to gamble online.


Thursday, May 26, 2005

the how we die data, not links

The things we'd probably never die of:
  • Fireworks Discharge: 1-in-615,488
  • Killed by a terrorist: 1-in-650,000
  • Asteroid or Meteor Impact: 1-in-500,000
  • Tsunami: 1-in-500,000

The things we are afraid we might die of:
  • Plane crash: 1-in-380,000
  • Dying in a flood: 1-in-237,132
  • Earthquake: 1-in-131,890
  • Dog bite: 1-in-142,279

The things we are more likely to die of:
  • Lightning Strike: 1-in-83,930
  • Legal Execution: 1-in-58,618
  • Murdered: 1-in-50,353
  • Flesh-eating bacteria: 1-in-30,000
  • Accidentally strangling yourself in bed: 1-in-10,779

What we actually die of, BY A LOT:
  • Falling Down: 1-in-246
  • Intentional Self-harm (suicide): 1-in-121
  • Motor Vehicle Accident: 1-in-100
  • Stroke: 1-in-23
  • Cancer: 1-in-7
  • Heart Disease: 1-in-5

So remember:
  • Your more like to kill yourself or die from an asteroid than a terrorist
  • Your 4 times as likely to get struck by lightning than die in a plane crash.
  • The government is more likely to kill you than mother nature.
  • 100,000 people a year die from medical mistakes.

Friday, May 20, 2005

the friday links

Saddam is his bigboy pants

What would Jesus bomb?

Ok, I have no idea whats happening here. But, its really cool.

Fainting Goats

Uhm, why would you do this?

Thursday, May 19, 2005

some doiop links

So many ways to use a monkey

Trunk Monkey

Brilliant Idea. :)

"Poop on Ryan Seacrest's Star" and win $50

So Wrong

You must run to watch TV.

Smart shoes decide on television time

Pretty cool.

"This site was built to provide current information on what our representatives are doing in Congress"

Monday, May 16, 2005

the monday morning links

Some people are just masterful and placing a new head on a body

You have rainbow color sash, NO COOKIE FOR YOU.

Priest Denies Gays' Supporters Communion
"Before offering communion, the Rev. Michael Sklucazek told the congregation at the Cathedral of St. Paul that anyone wearing a sash could come forward for a blessing but would not receive wine and bread."

Brought to you by Dennis
"What do the University of Oregon's history department in Eugene, Ore.; the Happy Ending bar in Manhattan; and the Abstinence Clearinghouse in Sioux Falls, S.D. have in common?"

Great quote from a Abstinence Clearinghouse person: "We've been seeing some strange men stopping by the office," she said.

An interesting picture of where people look a search results. I wonder how they made this.

Friday, May 13, 2005

a new record, 2 contributed links

Lex with another beauty

Maui woman is evicted from furnished lava tube

Genetic abnormalities enable feats of human endurance. One guys have a lung capacity of 7-liter while most of us have 5.

Select few redefine human abilities

A fair bit unnerving

check the dude hiding in back

I wonder what type of movie exactly

Bamboo bike frame

Thursday, May 12, 2005

the abnormal links

Jesus Christ has a Washington driver's license

An unhealthy fixation with plushies

Scientific proof that black people are scary

These guys are really good

This one brought to you by Lex, just plain strange

Monday, May 09, 2005

3 nice links

Texas allows is, California bans it, figure.

California to ban hunting over Internet

I simply have no friggin idea.

Sugar Bush Squirrel®

Nice work by the city planning office

It's not easy living on Dork Street

Thursday, May 05, 2005

only 2 links

You gotta ask yourself now, were your parent attentive or not?

Are ugly children less loved?

Cruel and unusual, or just unusual?

Pink Plates Proposed For Sex Offenders Yellow Plates Already In Use For Drunken Drivers

nothing but picture links

Chinese Takeout. So wrong, I know.

Due to content quality, Lex gets a post on the links of fame

Uhmm, I think we could probably make a web app to do this for free.

Tuesday, May 03, 2005

burgers, popes, kitties, and death links

C'mon, this guy was just begging for it.

"A man who pedaled across the country after heart bypass surgery gave him a second chance at life has died of a heart attack—one day after completing the 3,800-km trip."

Fun for 3minutes
My record, "838ft". Beat that!

Striking similarity

Ok I admit it, I clicked the link to see where I could buy the thing. But whats amazing was this...
"In February, a 100-pound female college student became the first to eat the burger (6lb.) within the three-hour time limit. "

Burger war grows with new 15 pounder.

Monday, May 02, 2005

your weird links

The administration IS fighting even and now we have the proof. Maybe we should be supporting our trooping by sending them skin tight marvel outfits.

and with the McCain stink eye, we can't lose

Just plain strange

If a party has one of these, you know you have to show up.

Thursday, April 28, 2005

just some weird links

Brought to you by Llana. This is pretty cool. Amazingly difficult at first. I scored a whopping 38%. Followed by 50%, 70%, 86%, 100%.

Jesus Dress up

A funny mac related job posting a Customer Support Analyst

"Is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ; maintains a courteous, Christ-like attitude in dealing with people within and outside of Focus; adheres to the Standard of Moral Conduct and Statement of Faith; upholds Focus on the Family's ministry in prayer. Demonstrates behaviors aligned with FOF core values...."

WEEE MAN, a really strange statue

Monday, April 25, 2005

the motley of links

IRC quote of the day
"Saying that Java is nice because it works on all OS's is like saying that anal sex is nice because it works on all genders."

Is that an 800lbs bologna in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?

"(CNN) -- Federal agents found and destroyed 845 pounds of bologna and 100 pounds of cheese someone smuggled into the United States from Mexico, the Department of Homeland Security said Monday."

Try to tell if the images are fake or real. Kinda fun.

Toss in a couple of funny pictures


Wednesday, April 20, 2005

links more on the humorous side

Not quite the humor of the momma duck picture, but it'll do. :)

140 reindeer chased off cliff
"Sami reindeer herders in northern Sweden found about 140 of their prized animals dead in a bloody heap after the herd apparently was chased off a 700-meter (2,300-foot) high cliff by a predator, a Sami spokesman said Tuesday."

Strangely funny picture for a variety of reasons

If it tastes good, what a concept!
Beer + Caffiene = Dunk & Wired! Sweeeeeet!

B-to-the-E (BE)

Long winded, but funny as hell if your interested


Educated guesses at the new Pope's name. And he got it right!
I wonder how much traffic he is instantly getting.

Monday, April 18, 2005

a lil bit of everything links

This is one of the many reasons I believe we have Bush as our president. Look at what people are "actually" most interested in.

"While many may deem the presidential election and the conflict in Iraq the most important stories of 2004, that does not necessarily make them the most popular."

The last sentence in the article makes the read worth it.

"Authorities are not sure of the motive for the crime. Court documents said the suspect allegedly talked of using the man's head as a "bong," a pipe for smoking marijuana."

Even the Ultimate Warrior is politically active

Ultimate Warrior Speech Turns Into Near Riot
"Statements that really got the crowd upset were when Warrior said "queering don't make the world work" and told an Iranian girl to "get a towel." Warrior also admitted that he used steroids while in wrestling."

Not Funny, Not Humorous, Not Weird, Just Informative

Just Say 'No' to Police Searches

Really cool optical illusion

Motion Induced Blindness

I knew those french bread buying freak were dangerous!

"More than 98 percent of convicted felons are bread users."

Today we have a new Pope (BENEDICT XVI)

Thursday, April 14, 2005

no hot chick links

Ok, so he's a good RC helicopter pilot. But the important thing is, now I really want one of those things!

Some humorous Bush bashing dubbing


Wednesday, April 13, 2005

no theme, just links

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Tuesday, April 12, 2005

potpourri links

Your having a really bad day when your killed by someone you didn't know was living in your closet.

Wis. Considers Legalizing Cat Hunting. Nuff said.

I really don't know how to describe whats going on here.

Shake your face, take a picture

Clothing for those bleeding heart liberals

Confess your sins online!

Friday, April 08, 2005

yahoo news and image links

Until I read the picture description, I wasn't quite sure what I was looking at.

"In this image released by the U.S. Border Patrol shows the legs of a five-year-old girl inside a party pinata"

This one I understood what I was looking at right away, I just didn't want to.

Even seals don't like darkies.

for some reason, this sign is just weird to me.

I for one didn't see this one coming.

"German supermodel Heidi Klum and British-born singer Seal are set to marry this summer"

Monday, April 04, 2005

another set of links

They can have my PIN, they can't have my finger.

Malaysia car thieves steal finger

I guess the dog didn't tap out in time. :)

Man kills pit bull with bare hands

I bet she traces...


Tuesday, March 29, 2005

the brilliant idea links. No really!

I think this idea is simply brilliant! Now all someone has to do is create imaginary boyfriends.

"The girls are real. The relationship is not. When your time is up you can break up with her for whatever reason you decide, and she'll write you a final letter begging you to take her back."
" You can soon receive personalized love letters by mail, e-mail, photos, special gifts, even phone messages or online chat from your new Imaginary Girlfriend. We won't tell anyone that it's not real!"

A brilliant idea about what to do with your snail mail junk mail.

"Here's how to take care of all your junk mail in one fell swoop: use the postage-paid envelope that credit card companies send you with their applications to send them the OTHER junk mail you receive."

Random briliant idea from someone on College Humor. I though #2 was very funny.

". Hot cousin swap- We all have at least one hot cousin, but we cannot do anything with them because that is illegal (in most states). So, why not have a hot cousin trade off. Each of your friends brings one of their hot cousins to a party and you play a game that can only be called redneck musical chairs. When the banjo stops, you get whichever of your friend’s cousin happens to be standing in front of you. It’s genius! It’s brilliant! It wasn’t my idea…thanks to Jon Fisher…the biggest pervert in all of America!",_iss.20

Technical Support Drinking Game

"Clocky". An alarm clock that makes sure you get out of bed.

Thursday, March 17, 2005

all pictures links

I didn't have to do much work for today's links. Dennis and Lex kicked in with some great ones.

Brought to you by Lex: I was truly disturbed by this....

Brought to you by Dennis: "This one should be required in every noc and lab in the country... ;-)"

Wednesday, March 16, 2005

end of the world links

a practical look at destroying the earth. Apparently its fairly difficult.

a dogmatic look at destroying the earth

a funny look at destroying the earth (flash)

Google Image search for "destroy the earth". Gwyneth Paltrow is the first image.

and of course gays will destroy the earth by Dr James Dobson, founder Focus on the Family...

"Dobson said 80 percent of children are born out of wedlock in Norway. Homosexuals are not monogamous. They want to destroy the institution of marriage. It will destroy marriage. It will destroy the Earth, Dobson said." (The Oklahoman, 10-23-03)

Oh, for those interested, Dobson is the same guy who blasted Spongebob Squarepants for promoting homosexuality. Among other cartoon characters.