Age of War follows the same idea behind most of the “protect your castle” games. Still fun though.
Without beating anyone over the head, two sites I’ve spent a decent amount of time on lately are Enturbulation.org and You Found the Card. Both are anti-Church of Scientology (not the actual religion of Scientology) and are definitely worth a look if you’re even remotely interested in seeing what the Church has been up to over the past 50 years. Now with this my Scientology-related posts will cease before people start fleeing my website in terror. Unless something really cool happens on February 10th.
It’s been quite a while since I’d seen the collection of Jesus – With You Always pictures. I forgot how great the jogging and weightlifting ones were.
Track speed traps using this nifty Microsoft Maps “mashup”.
Pardon the lack of updates this week. I’m back though, really!
The Government Attic has some great documents released via the freedom of information act. The FCC complaints make for scary and interesting reading.
Kent Rogowski’s collection of teddy bears turned inside out is sure to horrify most children who see them.
As Anonymous takes on The Church of Scientology (which is still going on, fight the fight 4chan), I felt now would be a good time to revisit Panorama’s “Scientology and Me special report. Even though the investigative reporter loses it after fighting for the 800th time with the Scientologist that keeps hassling him, it’s worth the watch.
This collection of “The Most Amazing Guns in the World” has some way out ones. While I am not even close to a fan of weapons, I admit the crucifix gun is pretty sweet.
An art mashup: half famous face and half money.
I can’t vouch for the accuracy of the information, but VideoJug offers a wide variety of explanations on various subjects. In video form of course.
Holy cow, this video footage of a landslide is wild. At least it is for me, someone who has never been even remotely close to one.
The Bain Collection over at the Library of Congress is great. Mainly taken from the early 1900′s – 1920′s, these are photos that were taken for a news service and are pretty varied in subject.
Getting the coffins up that high seems like an awful lot of work.
Feel bad about stealing music? Dear Rockers tries to put you a bit more at ease. Oh, you’re still a thief though.
Can any Mormon please tell me that all of this video is incorrect?
I don’t remember if I’ve linked to Futility Closet before, but if I did this is a reminder to check it out. A great site, it’s full of random information, stories, mathmatical equations and lots more. Very nice.
The Fancy Pants Adventure (World 2) is a game with a cool hand-drawn look to it.