Monday, January 31, 2005

daily dose of links

Bad driving 'linked to hormones'

This kid is just crazy good.

Jean Carlos Chera, nine years old and 4' 6".

I guess people are looking up at the cameras a little too often.

Virginia DOT Study Shows Cams Increase Injury Accidents

Quick Cheap fun.

Swearing Jesus

This ranks up there with those muslim right stats

First Amendment rights lost on teens
73% of students take their First Amendment rights for granted or don't know how they feel about them.
21% think musicians should not be allowed to sing songs that may offend others.
74% believe people should not be allowed to burn the American flag.
36% think newspapers should not be allowed to publish without government approval.

M&M Sorter

Wednesday, January 26, 2005

the themeless links continue

Ahh, The America in which we live.

Survey: 44 Percent of Americans Would Curtail Muslim Civil Rights; CAIR Says Officials Need to Address Rising Level of Islamophobia

I think I might rename our Dog.

36MB download, but a pretty funny video and a guy dancing doing a silly dance in various regions around the world.

Use GTA as a home security system.

Robbers scared off by Playstation game get jail time

Monday, January 24, 2005

a hodge podge of links with no theme

Put a Bush flag in a pile of shit. This is so damn funny!

"This has been going on for about a year now, and there must be 2,000 to 3,000 piles of excrement that have been thusly adorned during that time,"

Two points!

Professional juggling competition. Check the music. Cool, but is this like stacking cups?

The annoying sound of a tasmanian devil

They're no Letter, but amusing to watch for 30 seconds.

Friday, January 21, 2005

the death links

My own observations on the "liberal agenda" pertaining to death.
Just starts to sound a bit strange.
  • Pro-Choice: So its ok to kill unborn babies
  • Pro Assisted Suicide: So its ok to kill old people
  • Against Capital Punishment: So it not ok to kill death row inmates
  • Against shortening the stay for a stray pets: So its not ok to kill stray pets sooner

January 24th is the most depressing day of the year when you apply "the formula"
[W+(D-d)]xTQ MxNA

If your smart and do well on tests your 3x less likely to commit suicide. Now, of course this doesn't prove causality, but I'd like to believe its true.

Again, it gets odd at where we put our dollars as opposed to other things.

The Big "Death and Taxes" government budget in wallpaper format.

My favorite is the knives and electromagnets

Bunny Suicides

Wednesday, January 19, 2005

World has had a drought of decent links recently

Senator Boxer and Condi get into it at confirmation hearing. Great stuff!

The link is in the second column entitled "Confirmation Hearing for Condoleezza Rice to be Secretary of State (Part 1)"
Go to the very end of the 3 hour segment and it will play another 13 minute clip.

Careful what you code apparently. I wish the government fight to pass laws to protect my specific business model.

"A bill introduced in California's Legislature last week has raised the possibility of jail time for developers of file-swapping software who don't stop trades of copyrighted movies and songs online."

The ultimate is reality tv.

Thai jail plans death-row webcam

Being old and by chance having a child is one thing, but to go out of your way at this age is irresponsible.

'World's oldest mother'... at 66

Thursday, January 13, 2005

links to make you laugh or cry. Hard to tell sometimes.

Borat incites a near riot at a rodeo in North Carolina
"After telling the crowd he supported America’s war on terrorism, he said, “I hope you kill every man, woman and child in Iraq, down to the lizards ... And may George W. Bush drink the blood of every man, woman and child in Iraq.” He then sang a garbled version of “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

Some snippets from Barbara Walters interview with Bush. The article contain some
nice quotes.

"Walters: But was it worth it if there were no weapons of mass destruction? Now that we know that that was wrong? Was it worth it?
"Bush: Oh, absolutely."

"Saddam Hussein is a man who told the world he wouldn't have weapons of mass destruction, but he's got them." -- Bush, Nov. 3, 2002.

Of the top 10 things now to dress up as for a costume party.

Prince Harry the Nazi,1518,336667,00.html

Ok I dunno if you want to be traveling in an airport with one of these.
handbags embossed showing the outline of a gun, a crucifix or a knife.

Takes all kinds.

Patents name their child "Yahoo", because they met on the Yahoo.

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

the links

If this doesn't tell ya something, I dont know what does.

US gives up search for Iraq WMD

Ok, I know its only a soldering iron, but this thing is just damn cool.
Runs on AA's, Heats to 800F in 1 sec, tip only hot during active use!

Whew. Cockroaches survived.

Woman uses three insect defoggers at once, walked out the front door, and soon
after a large explosion.

I have noticed this trend too of people looking like their dogs. But a contest?

Tuesday, January 11, 2005


This article raises an interesting question about Google and other search engines. If Google
legally makes money be scrapping public web sites and presenting the results, can't someone
just scrape Google and do the same thing?

"And when I go to heaven ...," .. habeas corpus

Preacher dies during sermon about heaven

$1000 BUCKS! this is just weird.

High-end cardboard chairs

Monday, January 10, 2005

today's links

All of you know about the recent tsunami in SE asia and its mass devistation. But what you might not know is the biggest ever recorded was in 1958, where the wave reached 1,700 feet high. Thats a mighty wave!

What gets even more incredible is the danger of La Palma:

"If the Cumbre Vieja were to collapse as one single block it would create a giant mega-tsunami with an initial wave height of 650 metres and a wavelength of 30-40 kilometres travelling westwards across the Atlantic with speeds up to 720 kilometres an hour towards America."
5- page report.

Saturday, January 08, 2005

a few links after the time gap

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