World Wide Words: “English words and phrases—what they mean, where they came from, how they have evolved, and the ways in which people sometimes misuse them.”
This site would make Carrie Fisher regret ever introducing Leia’s Metal Bikini.
Can someone who speaks Japanese please translate this Quicktime movie? Even a brief summation would be great.
Get four in a row: Quirky Circuits.
Cosplay + a digital camera = Catcoon, a fotostory.
Tactics Arena Online is like Battle Chess with stats. You need a username/pass, but no email is needed and it’s painless.
It being Thanksgiving, I felt something Christmas related would be appropriate. Help Santa deliver the presents in this Defenderish game.
Browse this collection of Gas Masks from around the world.
Bless Snopes for bringing this to light: Master/Slave.
Claim: The County of Los Angeles has requested that equipment vendors avoid using the industry term “Master/Slave” in product descriptions and labelling.
Dr. Seuss’s Fox in Sox narrated by Marvin Miller. It’s maddening. I could easily see someone on drugs getting a little wigged out by this one.
Petticoat Pond just sounds like a place for transvestites.
Surrealism: paintings by Chirico, Dali, Magritte, Tanguy and Roy. Scroll down to enter and click the moving men to move forward in the galleries.
The top five Bum Wines reviewed.
Courtney Love “A Remembrance”. Yes, I know she’s not dead.
It’s about time a Trampoline game came along.
I like the bands Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV and find Genesis P. Orridge interesting and amusing, but I was still thrown a little when I noticed that both he and his wife have the same breast implants. His site has one not safe for work pic (unless a man with breast implants is ok at your work, then go for it) as well as the latest news on the band(s) and other info.