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Monthly Archive for April, 2006

Where Are the Laughs?

What happened to you Family Guy? You used to be funny man. You used to be funny. The past several episodes though have been joyless and unfunny. Did they get new writers or something?

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Cool Illustrations

Serge Seidlitz has some cool illustrations on his Portfolio/Site. Although, I really don’t care for the way clicking on an illustration pops a new window and scrolls the window you’re in back up to the top. That’s kind of maddening.

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The Rich Colors of India

Sanzen’s Flickr Photo Stream features some incredible images of India.

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Jedi 2 Electric Bugaloo

In keeping with today’s Jedi theme, Jedi Breakfast. Funny stuff.

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Force in the House Yo’

OK – Lucas has pretty much ruined Star Wars for me. Still, lightsabers are freaking kewl with a capital K, and true to its title, this one is quite probably The Best Home Made Lightsaber Duel Ever. Man, I wish I was a Jedi!

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Let’s Get Gummy

This morning, I was watching TV, and I saw an ad for Gummy vitamins. I think that is brilliant. In fact, I rewound the TiVo just to make sure I really saw what I thought I saw. However, as genius an idea as that seems to me, it pales in comparison to the Carma* Sutra […]

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Preach On Brother

In a mirror universe where up is down and left is right, President Bush reads speeches written by children. Zoe Baker’s is my favorite.

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Mach the Knife

According to this Machiavelli Personality Test, I’m 80% Machiavellian. Although, I did lie about a few of the answers to push me in that direction. Does that make me more or less Machiavellian?

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Boom — Yes!

I’ve been trying to figure out what I can do with my vacation time coming up. Now I’m thinking I may just spend a few weeks watching this dude crash into ice walls. OK, maybe not the full time. I imagine it’d get boring about about a million excellent times. It’s actually kind of dumb, […]

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A Fascinating Life

Physicist, Richard Feynman, is a fascinating man. I could listen to him discuss his upbringing and his work on the atomic bomb, and his later research all night. In The Pleasure of Finding Things Out, you can do just that — well, for about 50 minutes anyway. I find I want more. Check this out. […]

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