Monday, September 18, 2006

Things I've Learned on the Internet Lately

Regardless of any rumors to the contrary, having sex with a hedgehog does not cure impotence.

Boogers can be a valuable source of forensic evidence.

News flash: another male believes women are demonstrably stupider than men. And, of course, gleefully trumpeted his findings to the world, which by my calculations virtually ensures a lack of sex for the forseeable future. . . . . . . .

A piece of metal the size of a credit card with hexagons of varying sizes cut out is being sold as a wrench. If it works, will Clue games everywhere become obsolete?

A robot that sifts through cat litter and turns turds into Easter eggs. Oh, the possibilities.

Just in time for Christmas: the misfit toy photoshop contest. Forget a jack-in-the-box named "Charlie," they've got the "Neighborhood Stranger Playset," baby's first poaching kit, and fun gadgets like this.

While we're on the subject of toys, Gizmodo notes a chessboard with "built in cheat-sheets for airheads."

That's all I've got time for today.

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