Thursday, June 29, 2006

Things I've Learned on the Internet Lately

Macaques are kinky.

But bat-eating centipedes are just scary.

How to make a dry ice bomb.

The Yeti Hair craze has hit the open market.

This guy has way too much time on his hands.

It's not a prank, it's art. (NSFW)

66 Ways to Save Money? Hah! There are 1000 Ways to Open a Beer Bottle. I ask you: which is truly more productive?

Apparently, the LA Times is using Websense to censor its internet feeds. My favorite quote: " is allowed—but is indeed blocked as a security measure." Well, I suppose centerfolds don't have a lot of places to hide weapons. Boing Boing has more. (Ed. note: not more places to hide weapons. More on the story.)

What happens when you outsource the building of your playground to the local mental health institution.

Jesus band-aids.

No, honey, I'm not looking at porn. Why are you always so suspicious? (It's for sale here, if ya want one.)

This is for kids only. Seriously. No, it doesn't come with a little red riding crop.

Many have speculated on what the lasting effects will be to Chinese society from the shortage of females as a result of China's one-child policy . . . now we know.

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