Boeing is working on anti-gravity.
What do you get when Xbox soccer game characters are in unfortunate positions when they make their celebratory gestures? Something that looks like this.
In case you didn’t already know, today is Sysadmin Appreciation Day!
Have you hugged your system administrator today?
An oldie but a goodie. Supposedly this is a telephone exchange between a hotel guest and room-service, at a hotel in Asia, which was supposedly recorded and published in the “Far East Economic Review. Tenjewberrymud.
Two interesting ones here. First up is airlinemeals.net. Here you can view photos of and read descriptions of various meals served on airlines around the world. Can someone please look at the Air Canada 016 meal and tell me what the heck it is?
Then, if that doesn’t sit quite right on your stomach, take a look at the museum of airsickness bags with pictures of all sorts of vintage and current bags (no grossness here). Makes me wish I’d snagged more bags off flights when I was a kid, to have something to contribute.
This is funny. A collection of quotes from various IRC sessions. Check out the top 50, some are hilarious.
“cinnamon rolls arent really revenge” indeed!
WARNING: contains adult language and situations. Parental guidance is suggested!
Hallelujah! Finally somebody exposes the dangers of eating and driving.
Just out of curiosity, do we have any collectors out there? Now as you might have guessed, I am a star wars freak. I have one room totally devoted to star wars figures, vehicles, posters, anything. My wife can’t stand it but at least I’m easy to buy for!!
I used to collect comics but then they started soaring up to two bucks a pop! So that ended my comic days of buying twenty a month.
Give a shout people and tell what your obsessions are! Post some pixs!
Some time ago, the Gunters discussed the Monty Python and the Holy Grail action figures. Our discussions centered mostly around trying to identify the advertised 20 points of articulation.
Well, now Sideshow Toy has announced two new figures, the Rude Frenchman and the Bridgekeeper. The reason that I bring this up (other than the fact that Monty Python figures are cool and everyone should buy them) is that these new figures are advertised with 30 points of articulation! Just where are these other points of articulation? I keep trying to work it out in my head, and I can’t figure out a configuration with more than 24. I don’t really want to know what requires the other 6!