I’m on a news bender lately (oh Occupy Wall Street, if you changed anything it was my hate for the news), and thanks to my friend Nick I have a fancy page to browse.
Dimensions: get an idea of how big certain things really are. At least compared to the area you look up on a map.
A Christian mother with a Cosplay fan daughter discovers the wonder that is Pedobear.
Adventure meets Master Chief: Halo 2600.
My current time waster: Continuity.
Whether you’re for or against the current health care bill, you have to admit that the way these folks have had their brains wired against it is a bit terrifying.
I’m for a bill of some kind, but have a bit of trepidation that the current one is exactly what we need. What I’m trying to do is get actual information before I form a true opinion. It’s hard, messages from both sides are sometimes full of complete bullshit. Wading through it all isn’t easy, but if you want to know actual facts you need to dig and then dig some more. That being said, watching one news channel before becoming outraged and “storming the castle” just doesn’t make one appear intelligent, it makes you look like a fall on the head when a child has made you “intelligence challenged”.
This video of an ant colony is unbelievably cool.
My game addiction for the week: Blosics 2.
This kitten seems to really like this cop. Video.
This article on 11 things you didn’t know about pinball was a good read. Ok, I knew a few of them, but still, pinball!
A melodrama filmed entirely at an Ikea store: Ikea Heights. It’s like Melrose Place inside of a department store.
Askinator‘s pretty darn good, it got Aleister Crowley without much trouble at all.
Can’t sleep? RainyMood.com may be able to help. Unless the sound of rain just makes you want to pee.
An excellent short: Pac-Man vs. Mario.
I use Verizon, and their movie descriptions are not as entertaining as some of the ones provided by Comcast.
It may be slow loading/thinking, but Cleverbot can carry on quite a conversation.
Santa Claus can be terrifying and some kids can be quite freaked by them: Sketchy Santas.
If there’s one thing I remember well about the 1970′s it would be that there were tons of funky looking vans out there. This article brought the nightmare back.