Friday, May 26, 2006
Wednesday, March 15, 2006
South Park News
Isaac Hayes has quit South Park, as he is suddenly shocked, shocked that the show displays "intolerance and bigotry" and ridicules religious belief. Dude, not sure how to break this to you, but for the last nine years you've been on the payroll of a show that's featured NAMBLA, "cripple fights," Christopher Reeve sucking on dead fetuses to get at their stem cells, and songs about how THE VIRGIN MARY CAN GIVE BLOWJOBS AND STILL BE A VIRGIN. [BBC]
Sunday, March 12, 2006
It's Formula One Time Again!
Saturday, March 11, 2006
Wednesday, March 08, 2006
Best Blonde Joke Ever
Letter from Pet Owner
A pet owner wrote the following to a veterinarian:
I have been having a problem with my dog. I can't seem to find that spot on him that can make him shake his leg like I see other happy dogs do. You know how they shake, like they are trying to scratch with their hind leg? I've scratched him almost everywhere and I can't seem to make him shake. I finally connected a couple of wires attached to a coil and battery to his testicles. Boy, that worked but now I can't seem to get him out from under the couch. Any suggestions?
Stick those wires up your ass (make sure the battery is charged real well). When your dog sees how much 'fun' you're having, maybe he will come out! Asshole!
Saturday, March 04, 2006
Friday, March 03, 2006
These images from a fellow blogger - http://snurres-sida.blogspot.com/ Thought they were worthy of a look. Thank you Snurres.
These ships were part of an experiment during the first World War. Steel was becoming scarce. President Woodrow Wilson approved the construction of 24 concrete ships. Of the 24, only 12 concrete ships were built, at a total cost of $50 million. By the time the ships were completed, the war had already ended.
Of all the concrete ships built during World War I and II, only 10 are known to still be afloat. These ships form a massive floating breakwater on the Malaspina Strait in the city of Powell River in British Columbia, Canada. Check out photos of the final resting place of these ships on the Powell River.