If you’re tired of seeing people using f*cking asterisks all over the f*cking place online AND use Firefox, Uncensor the Internet.
Circlo is a “get at least 3 of the same color together” game, similar to Bust-a-Move but circular. Turn the music down.
Read up on the American Mafia. Go Boston!
The Diary of a Nobody was originally published in Punch magazine during 1888 and 1889. Read the original entries in a daily weblog format.
The game “game, game, game and again game” isn’t even much of a game, more like abstract weirdness.
Hackety Hack is a neat application that teaches basic coding. It’s meant to be as easy as possible and the beta is actually quite good. I found no spyware but as it’s not hosted here, use your own discretion.
Fling the voodoo doll as high as possible at Launch Party, then pick how you’d like it to come back down. Fun for a few minutes.
Totally absurd inventions and patents. There really are some lame ones in here.
Wow, I had no idea that soundboards had become so popular. I remember when there weren’t many and most people only knew of the same few. This site has tons.
Saturday Night Live is pretty awful these days (but I’m sure you knew that), but I do look forward to new TV Funhouse cartoons. Torboto is just brutal.
Since the dawn of Macromedia Flash there have been dirt bike games that all have similar physics. Stunt Dirt Bike is no different.
AntiPolygraph.org teaches you how to pass (or beat) a polygraph test. Bookmark this, just in case.
I’m not sure why I found this video so entertaining. Still, there’s something so ridiculous when the pizza gets thrown.
This Russian cake maker has some amazing designs.
I had never heard of the Bath School Disaster before, but all the media attention on Virginia Tech this week has pushed the topic around a bit online. 45 people killed by dynamite.
Check out this gallery of photos recreating older pictures taken in London. It is amazing how much changes over the years.
Panic in the Skyscraper: throw ladders under people as fast as you can, getting them to the bottom floor. This game gets frantic.
The Chilling Effects Clearinghouse gives information about your online rights (in the US at least) and has a collection of cease and desist letters.