Friday, February 02, 2007
Much as I despise the drivers of unnecessarily large over-modded cars (can we say "that driver feels inadequate" children?), this is in a different league - Ron Patrick's Street-Legal Jet Powered VW Beetle
"Jet Engine? Nah, that's just a 14" diameter tailpipe Officer...."
posted at 6:37 PM
Monday, January 08, 2007
I'm an unsubscriber - let me out of here!!!!
As a new year's resolution (and also because I'm drowning in spam) I decided to finally cull my subscriptions to any e-newsletters that turned out to be an utter waste of bandwidth in the last year.
Top of the list was one for a commercial radio station in London that lost its only decent presenter over a year ago. Unfortunately its unsubscribe process turned out to be the equivalent of hanging on to my leg screaming "DON'T LEAVE ME!!!!! DON'T GO!!!!!"
Having given them my e-mail address I figured that was it. But no, they wanted more. Eager to for humilation, they wanted to know WHY I was dumping them and they didn't stop there:
number? Why? So they can ring me up and plead with me?
These guys were acting like a crazed ex-girlfriend. Or perhaps they wanted my full name and contact details just to make sure the hitman got the right person.
It was even better when I hit submit. This was all I got:
Guys, take the hint - if someone wants out, it's really not because they love you and want to help. It's because they think you're crap. Stop with the denial already and just let them go.
posted at 9:14 PM
Friday, December 22, 2006
Years ago when I was knee-high to a knee, my parents decided it would be fun to take my year-old brother and me (aged 3) down to Clarence House for the traditional photo: "small child standing next to sentry wearing bearskin" (that's the sentry wearing it, not the child).
40 years ago Clarence House was much the same as it is now except the tenant was different - she was barely even a pensioner in those days. Baby brother and I were significantly different though - he was barely walking and I was woefully ignorant about sentries.
This was unfortunate since it meant that I didn't even realise that the motionless, silent figure standing behind us with a gun was real. Consequently when he suddenly sprang into life the effect was electric.
My Dad - bless him - kept filming and caught the whole thing; I took off like Steve Ovett from the starting blocks and, since I was still holding my brother's hand, he got dragged along too.
I've seen the clip - his feet leave the frame horizontally.
I gather I was still running when I was finally intercepted around the entrance to Pall Mall. The next shot, presumably filmed by my mother, shows my father gingerly walking back up to the sentry whilst holding the pair of us, one under each arm. Although the sentry wasn't allowed to speak he at least had the grace to look mortified. My mother wasn't quite so considerate. Although it's a silent film, judging from the way the camera was shaking, she was laughing her head off.
The experience has left me with a life-long fear of statues, dummies or any kind of life-sized human figures. During a tour around Madam Tussauds
, I gripped my mother's arm so hard that she had the bruises for days (ah payback!)
Put me anywhere around larger-than-life figures, and I'm seriously twitchy. It took three visits to get me to the top of this
and simply reading this headline
on Boing Boing
left me mildly disconcerted.
So naturally I was thrilled sh*tless to discover recently that I'm getting this for Xmas
posted at 9:53 AM
Friday, December 01, 2006
posted at 10:51 PM
Tuesday, October 10, 2006
But I don't LIKE spam!
My in-box is currently drowning in bouncebacks. My spam filter has trapped about 10,000 of them in the last 10 days.
Is my address book on the blink?
Maybe I've suddenly developed an inability to use Outlook correctly?
Ok, come on
No, I am beset by bouncebacks of e-mails I never sent. Spammers have started using fake addresses from two of my domains in their latest missives.
I cannot say what I would like to do to these scum-sucking bottom feeders; I would be arrested. However I fervently hope that their scrotums will shortly wither and drop off...for starters.
Whilst hunting for further ideas of revenge, I discovered that plenty of others have the same idea. Scamming the scammers is virtually a sport as prospective victims turn the tables and vye with each other to see what ludicrous acts they can con their tame spammer into performing.
Fed up with pre-approved accounts? Think Cialis Soft Tabs are some kind of mint? Couldn't give a toss about the widowed wife of a former african minister? Don't even have a penis, far less one that needs enlarging?
Read on:3rd Annual Nigerian EMail Conferencespamradioscam-o-matic!Those crazy academics | MetaFilterFelonCheck.com - I Hate ScammersScamming The ScammersScam o Rama: The Lads from LagosDumbentia - scamming the scammers
And here's Wil Wheaton
on the subject
The master of revenge however has to be The Ebola Monkey Man
. Anybody who can con scammers into posing for photos (and there's a gallery) whilst holding up signs such as "I love Juan King", he's OK by me.
And just in case they're feeling left out, here's one for the telemarketeers:anti-telemarketing EGBG counterscript
Now if I can just persuade the Americans that Osama has just been spotted in Nigeria...
posted at 9:43 PM
Monday, October 09, 2006
This is a typo just waiting to happen
Wipe away those Monday morning blues with Cillit Bang - the Hardcore Remix
(requires Flash). Then join me in my campaign to get Barry Scott indicted for crimes against sincerity.
posted at 12:42 AM
Sunday, October 01, 2006
(Yet another FSM missive - and roll on blogger beta categories)craftgrrl: I TOLD you I was twisted! Did you listen? Nooooooo!
- yeah, not only has she got one - she knitted a cosy for it.
And then I blogged it - how sick does that make me?(dontanswerthat)
posted at 7:59 PM
Tuesday, September 26, 2006
This car makes a statement
"Not only can I single-handedly destroy the ecosystems of several countries, I am also compelled to advertise the size of my reproductive organs"(thanks to Robert Morgan for spotting this)UPDATE:
I bet it's insured with these guys
posted at 12:22 PM
As a Prius driver, I always feel obligated to make the "tiny penis" sign at drivers of vehicles such as these -- you know the one, where you hold your right hand up in the air and show perhaps a two-inch space between your thumb and first finger.
By Paul, at
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
posted at 12:55 PM
Saturday, September 09, 2006
(Yet another dispatch from our FSM correspondent)Boing Boing: Reader mail du jour: "Flying spaghetti monster my butt."
The thing I love about zealots is their total inability to communicate. Somehow they've learned that REALLY IMPORTANT THINGS HAVE TO BE WRITTEN IN CAPITALS - which is true, kinda.
Sadly being zealots, they never learned discretion, moderation....common sense.
Consequently they WRITE ENTIRE MESSAGES IN CAPITALS which - as any usability professional will tell you - makes them completely unreadable.
Thank you God for making your biggest fans such utter morons.
Now if you could just give them a sense of humour the rest of us could get on with our lives...
posted at 9:47 AM
Monday, September 04, 2006
I have had an exceptionally shitty weekend. Details are unnecessary but suffice it to say that by Sunday afternoon I was chilling out on my bed pondering life and the injustices of the world in general. In short, I was Hacked Off [tm]
And then the sun came out. I'm not talking metaphorically here; it actually shone straight through the window, hit the crystals I have hanging from the lampshade and, for a brief while, gave me the most amazing lightshow on the opposite wall. This only happens rarely when I'm at home to see it - the sky has to be clear and the sun has to get just the right angle in order to hit the crystals before it sinks behind the roof of the house opposite.
(there's a bigger version linked to this image)
It was mesmeric. At one point Gandalf in my old 70's LoTR print (see image above) had a seriously psychedelic rainbow halo which seemed quite appropriate.
After a few minutes a breeze caught the crystals. They swung and spun slightly, making the rainbows dart about like mayflies (with an even shorter life expectancy). I watched the colours flit about overhead and realised that sometimes you just have to live in the moment and go with it.
Opus had his dandylion patch. I have my rainbows. Whether I stopped to watch them or not, my world was still going to be a bit of a nightmare when I got back to thinking about it but at least here was something to enjoy - for a while.
posted at 10:58 PM
Monday, August 21, 2006
Get in touch with your innner hamster - Zorb
(and get in touch with your last meal too)
posted at 11:10 AM
Thursday, August 17, 2006
Monday, August 14, 2006
Rebelscum.com; Star Wars Toy News Archive
- This is wrong on so many levels.
Not that this has ever stopped me before. So, moving right along:
Hello Storm Trooper! - Paintings - a photoset on Flickr
. If you thought that was bad, don't follow this link
Yeah, I'm twisted and sick - why the surprise?
posted at 10:53 PM
Tuesday, August 08, 2006
Last year after 7/7 I wasn't in the mood to blog for a long time. When I finally went back to it, the first thing I had to do was write something about that day
. However this wasn't to tell anyone how the event had affected me because it hadn't in any special way. I was more interested in capturing what other
people were doing and what they had to say.
One thing which impressed me the most was the work being done just opposite my office by the London Ambulance Service. I wasn't alone. A week later, while my colleagues and other office workers were still standing in Waterloo Road after the two minutes' silence, we gave three cheers for the Ambulance workers as well.
Over a year later I've discovered that one of my heroic neighbours has a blog. Nee Naw - Blog of a Dispatcher in the London Ambulance Service's Control Room
is written by Mark Myers: "After the initial buzz, call taking suddenly went very quiet. This was due to multiple factors: a) people realising all ambulances had gone to the incident and not even bothering b) mobile signal dropped due to police thinking mobile phones were being used to set off bombs c) entire staff of London Ambulance being in the room thus having twice as many people to answer half as many calls. "
posted at 11:24 PM
Friday, July 28, 2006
System Administrator Appreciation Day
- just sliding in under the wire.
posted at 10:58 PM
Wednesday, May 24, 2006
You sass that hoopy Douglas Adams? Now there's a frood who knew where his towel was.
Happy Towel Day!
posted at 10:36 PM
Wednesday, May 03, 2006
30 seconds of penguin joy
- it's funny, it's clean and it has penguins.
What more can one ask?
posted at 1:49 PM
Monday, April 03, 2006
Ever wonder why you rarely see Spiders hanging out in Starbucks? Read The Effects Of Cannabis On A Web-Based Lifestyle
or "Reasons why Spiders should stick to decaf"
posted at 7:13 PM
What's wrong with speed then? Sorry it would be like caffeine I guess
By Gentleman-hobbs, at
Sunday, March 19, 2006
Despite still-painful memories of hot summer days cooped up in a stuffy classroom being forced to translate Chuacer into modern prose, I still find it very pleasing to discover thatGeoffrey Chaucer Hath A Blog
"Thogh I vndirstonde not forwhy they callen this a 'parody' blog."
posted at 12:51 PM
Saturday, March 18, 2006
Everyone has bad IT days, the kind of days that make you long for revenge on the hardware concerned (defenestration, reprogramming it with an axe, that kind of thing). Well those nice people at Blogger are living the dream
I can't wait to see the video.
posted at 12:48 PM
Thursday, March 16, 2006
You're 0% Irish
You're not Irish. Not even a wee bit.
Not even on St. Patrick's Day!
posted at 7:45 PM
Monday, February 27, 2006
Someone has been watching a lot of Shakespeare's plays, and has drawn up their own director's code of conduct
"5. I will not make actors in battle scenes wear knitted chainmail of a color that makes them resemble not so much a medieval warrior as Winnie-the-Pooh.
I think we've seen some of the same productions.
posted at 8:11 AM
Saturday, February 25, 2006
Bought some theatre tickets online this evening. Loved the rubric the theatre added at the foot of the purchase page :By submitting your purchase information you agree to the following: Tickets.com Limited is part of a US company and your data will pass through servers in the US. In the UK our address is: Tickets.com Limited, 405 Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes MK9 3BN. We have to supply your details to The UCL Bloomsbury, from which you are purchasing these tickets, in order to complete this transaction. The UCL Bloomsbury will only share your details with their promoters, venues, visiting companies or artists in order for them to contact you with further information.
Well that's real generous of them, isn't it?(haven't these people heard that since 2003 it's been a legal requirement to provide opt ins ?)
posted at 6:41 PM
If René Magritte Ran A Brothel
from the Flickr album of Dave Gorman
Yes he really is THE Dave Gorman (but this is not a brothel)
posted at 12:00 PM
Monday, February 20, 2006
Caring for Your Introvert
: Proper care and handling of your introvert: "How can I let the introvert in my life know that I support him and respect his choice
? First, recognize that it's not a choice. It's not a lifestyle. It's an orientation
[Note to my friends - read and inwardly digest.]
posted at 8:57 PM
Thursday, February 02, 2006
CNN.com - Text of Bush's State of the Union speech - Feb 1, 2006
This year, one phrase in particalar caught my attention "Tonight I ask you to pass legislation to prohibit the most egregious abuses of medical research -- ... creating human-animal hybrids..."For once, I agree
posted at 8:48 PM
Wednesday, January 25, 2006
Quote du jour.
Jon Stewart on the Canadian election: "...the real question on everybody's mind is, can we still stitch their flags on our backpacks to get through Europe? "
Liberals are taking a bit of flack on both sides of the Atlantic
at present. I'm just going to console myself with this speech
from the Liberal ex-leader Paul Martin last year. It makes you proud to be a member of the same species.
posted at 8:35 PM
Note to self: Starting a new job today - think tecchie thoughts.....43 Folders | A bunch of tricks, hacks, and other cool stuff
: "I’ll bet Descartes, Mozart, and Aristotle would each have been a lot less productive if they were receiving constant SMS updates on Tara Reid’s boobs. Just something to think about."
posted at 10:37 AM
Friday, January 20, 2006
BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Call for Da Vinci 'adult rating'
: Spokesman Marc Carroggio said: "Any adult can distinguish reality from fiction. But you cannot expect a child to make proper judgements"...
Mr Carroggio added: 'Merely adding a disclaimer that says 'fiction' is not enough.'
'Although the story is absurd and at times somewhat humorous, it produces a hateful image of the institution and it is well known that hateful images like this produce feelings of hatred in those who lack a critical sense.'"
Absolutely, I'm right there behind anyone who wants to help children learn the difference between fact and fiction - perhaps Opus Dei might like to start here
And I definitely oppose anything that promotes hatred of a group simply because they exist. However, Opus Dei and the rest of the Catholic hierarchy first needs to get their own house in order on that score too
The Da Vinci Code is due for release in May - I can't wait.
posted at 12:51 PM
Wednesday, January 18, 2006
Oh how I wish that this were really just a text-based adventure game
"...There is a large desk here, along with a few chairs and couches. The presidential seal is in the middle of the room and there is a full-length mirror upon the wall.
What do you want to do now?
> INVADE IRAQ
You are not able to do that, yet.
> PET SEAL
It's not that kind of seal."
posted at 1:28 PM
Tuesday, January 17, 2006
This story is dated Dec 24 but I was offline over the holidays. Forbes must have left the B-team in charge that day.The Lion, The Witch and The World Trade talks - World - theage.com.au
: "It quoted Narnia spokeswoman Susan Aslan (Aslan is the name of the Christ-like lion featured in the film, and book, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe). Narnia's delegates 'were tired of bullying by EU and US delegations and would be returning immediately to their state capital at Cair Parvel,' Ms Aslan was reported as saying. 'If this brings the Hong Kong talks to the knees we will be delighted,' it went on. The story was picked up by top business websites, including Forbes.com."
posted at 2:03 PM
Tuesday, January 10, 2006
To mark the start of a new year, TV viewers in the UK are being treated to another series of Celebrity Big Brother. This year I gather it is the mother of all freak shows, featuring the kind of people most of us would cross the road to avoid and Rula Lenska (of whom the opposite is true)
Personally, I cannot be arsed to watch it - my life is finite and I'm picky about what I do with the time. However, whilst I would welcome the incarceration of most of the participants (permanently and without cameras), one of them is supposed to be doing something else this week.
As MP Bethnal Green and Bow, George Galloway earns £61,708 pa from the taxpayer. This week however, the only people he's representing are the producers of Big Brother who will also be trousering a fair bit of additional cash in the form of advertising fees.
Understandably, his consituents are feeling a bit shortchanged and have set up a website to remind him that he's bunking off at their expense: Get back to work, George
Anyone in Bethnal Green having second thoughts about dumping Oona King last May?
(all this gives me yet another opportunity to highlight the ever-popular video of Galloway getting verbally kicked in the 'nads by Jeremy Paxman
on election night)
posted at 11:36 PM
Friday, December 23, 2005
I have a lot of these to get through and Christmas Eve is less than 24 hours away.
Until the Agry Alien bunnies did their own version I'd never heard of Christmas Story
then suddenly everyone started doing their own mash ups of it, like A Christmas Gory
Of course if you prefer something a little more sweet there's always It's a Wonderful InternetLetters to Walken
- just in case Santa doesn't deliverI Love NY Snow Globe
- gritty realism permeates the world of snow globes and in case this isn't enough, there are more snow globes at Walter Martin & Paloma Muñoz
Two US groups will tracking Santa on the day. America is clearly sh*t-scared of St Nick although I doubt he intends to go anywhere near the no-fly zone over the Whitehouse this year:NORAD Tracks Santa 2005 Santa Track
Other Americans have clearly got into the true spirit of Christmas -Santa Crime Scene Display Grabs Attention
Deliciously sick; they even took out a few reindeer. So naturally I love it.houseblinger.com - houses decorated with Christmas lights
- Most of my neighbourhood should be in here. No sooner had the last firework fizzled out in November than our retinas were further assualted by the multitude of neon Santas flashing their way the sides of houses. However this guy has out-blinged the planet
where are the mutant snowflakes THIS season?Games (which are naturally mandatory at this time of year):Santa Balls
- a bejewelled knock-off with ballsChaos kitties
in snow suits...catching thingsHelicopter game
- one of those games that's fun ot play if you get the hang of it, otherwise a great way to test your boredrom threasholdHappy Holidays!
- Christmas cards with attitude
If David Lynch made The Twelve Days Of ChristmasMistletoe and Meat
- A brutally honest advent calendarA Cats Christmas
- A cat's guide to Christmas tree decorationSCARED OF SANTA GALLERY: Tis the season to be scared witless -
a collection of hapless infants caught in the act of crapping themselves when first confronted by a Santa.Santastic
offers some suitably season tunes (my personal favourite is The Christmas Massacre of Charlie Brown
even if the most appealing thing about it is the title)MacSanta
what does Santa do when he's off duty?Tom Smith Online - Free Stuff
- former home of the Twelve Days of Star Wars, which IMHO is thethe ulitmate filk.
And finally:Dear SantaFor Christmas please can I have a copy of The Ultimate Star Trek Collection on DVD.Yes, I know it's $2,499 on Amazon but I really have been a good girl this yearThanks
Have a good one see y'all in 2006
posted at 4:49 PM
Tuesday, December 20, 2005
THE FIRST RULE OF PILLOW FIGHT CLUB
IS TELL EVERYONE ABOUT PILLOW FIGHT CLUB!
COVENT GARDEN LONDON! , 22/12/2005, 18:47
posted at 10:39 PM
Saturday, December 17, 2005
This just in from the trenches: Operation Kringle Kill
- the journals of a soldier in the 101st Polar division, actively in engaged in the War on Christmas.
posted at 5:18 PM
Friday, December 16, 2005
Playboy. In Braille.
- Run your fingers over the pages, never really knowing if you're touching a gorgeous blonde or an essay by Tom Clancy. Was that Cindy Crawford's bum, or an interview with Gore Vidal? Frankly, it's whatever you want it to be.
That's the glory of Playboy in Braille. November 1995.Volume XLII, No. 11.
Apparently the American Govt. prints this stuff.
I think I just slipped into a parallel universe.
posted at 3:53 PM
If you were offended by the Tussaud's nativity last year, look away now.Tussaud's turn Bush and Blair into pantomime cow
- naturally I find this very pleasing. After presenting this pair as two of the wise men in last year's nativity**, Tussauds decided we were ready to swallow the red pill this year.(** The third wise man was Prince Philp which tells you pretty much all you need to know)
posted at 2:05 PM
Thursday, December 15, 2005
How to fix Mom and Dad's computer
- a geek's guide to surviving the holidays and the inevitable requests to 'have a look at my computer'.
This is written for Americans but for Thanksgiving
just read Christmas
and you'll get a good idea of what I'm preparing for this holiday season.
Now where did I put that backup CD...?
Labels: christmas, geek
posted at 6:33 PM
The Penguin Podcast
- Penguin books (gawd bless 'em one 'n all) are offering a daily helping of "A Christmas Carol" as read by Geoffrey Palmer. The recording has been split into 5 parts and a new part will be online every day (except this coming Sunday).
I think my cup just ranneth over.
posted at 4:43 PM
Tuesday, December 13, 2005
- it may be just a tad heavy on the profanity but I love this rant
“But we want to display our Christmas tree on city property!” You can, go right ahead. “They’re stopping us from praying in school!” They’re not, so fuck off. “We’re not allowed to say ‘Merry Christmas’ anymore!” Are you fucking kidding me? Knock yourself out. Say it at work, scream it in your high school lunch room, hell, tattoo it on your fucking forehead for all we care. Guess who’s gonna be there defending your right to do every one of those things? The fucking ACLU. One of these days you bastards are going to drive those fuckers out of business, and then you’ll see some actual attacks on your religious liberties....
...We’re not going to hell, assholes, we’re fucking in hell. We live with you.
posted at 1:47 AM
Monday, December 12, 2005
When Memes collide
- what happens when Zombie flash mobbing meets Santa flash mobbing.
"As Santas become the undead their perspectives about Christmas have changed. They are now protesting the over commercialization of the Christmas holiday and it’s encroachment into the traditional Zombie holiday of Halloween"
Meanwhile Santacon UK
will be on Dec 17th, the day after
the Ann Arbour event
Assuming Santa survives, that is.
posted at 10:07 PM
Sunday, December 11, 2005
Cardiff Terrifies Me
"being a catalogue of terror from Cardiff's quality press" - namely the South Wales Echo.
(Personally I prefer that cynosure of journalistic integrity the Llanelli Star
but that may be because it features my cousin
posted at 7:35 PM
Friday, December 09, 2005
Free coins inna fountain
AETN International - Peace Pond
- Raise some money for Doctors Without Borders this month - make a wish, throw a free virtual coin into the pond and the sponsors will match the total cash thrown by the end of the year in a donation to Medcin Sans Frontiers
posted at 12:32 PM
Thursday, December 08, 2005
Strawberry Fields forever?
Today marks the 25th anniversary of John Lennon's murder. I'm not going to name the little turd responsible because he doesn't deserve any recognition.
He killed Lennon so that their names would be permanently linked. In an age when celebrity must be attained at any cost, he stood on another person's shoulders to put his own worthless name in the history books.
I should point out that I'm not a huge Lennon fan. I like his music and I think he had a vision of the world which would be nice to make real. But that's about it. What irks me today is the way we seem willing to blur the lines between infamy, celebrity and ability. These days we don't care *why* someone is well-known; we'll beat a path to their door for the slenderest of reasons.
And that just encourages them.
Personally I think the best kind of punishment for anyone willing to kill simply for fame is to forget them. Ideally I'd love to erase them utterly from any recorded history thus depriving them not only of the fame they crave but also any trace of ever having existed. Yes, I know it sounds a bit Stalinesque and would be impossible to accomplish but it certainly seems like a fitting punishment.
Meanwhile tonight some idiots over at Channel 4 will be airing an interview with the aforementioned turd. Quite rightly Lennon's family have objected on the ground that it glorifies a killer. Channel 4's only defence is that no money changed hands for the interview.
Wake up people - he doesn't care about being paid money. You're paying him attention which is exactly what he wants.
He wins and we helped him win.
posted at 12:33 PM
Monday, December 05, 2005
The Power of Community Blogging
isn't just an airdart launcher. This is a USB-controlled, mouse-aimed, desktop M&S airdart launcher"
And despite costing £20 it went on my Xmas wishlist so fast it hurt (C'mon Santa I've been good, honest!)
On Friday it got Boing boinged
By this morning it was sold out
Thanks a bunch Cory! *sob*
posted at 9:59 AM
There's some available here http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=8733732441
By A Mobile Blogger, at
Thursday, December 01, 2005
Sunday, November 27, 2005
Friday, November 25, 2005
It's HofficialDavid Hasselhoff calls his agent and demands, "I want everyone to call me The Hoff from now one." His agent replies "Sure! No hassle."
Links to various Hoff-memes have been running (in a studly Baywatch-like manner) through my in-box for over a year now [note to the senders- I know who you are
]. It's time for a digest'Normal' stuff (relatively speaking)The Cult of THE HOFF - worship at his shrineKnight Rider Homage (how could you forget?)Just plain Weird
(this list is long - just deal with it)Sucker for punishment? Still want more?
- Hoffice Attachments: David Hasselhoff tribute - mostly links to more photos but with a few other twists thrown in. It's the kind of page that needs a Boss key (which they have thoughtfully provided)
- The Hoff Project - photos, loads and loads of photos
- Drop It Like It's Hoff - Guess what? MORE images, over 300 of them, mostly not seen elsewhere (thankfully)
- The Hasselhoff Image Database - do I need to spell it out for you?
- thebesto.pps - this is a direct link to a PowerPoint file, one of those ones that you think you've seen the best image about three slides in, and then realise how wrong you were.
- News24 - a few repetitions mostly from that Powerpoint file (see, I've been doing my research) but worth it in case you missed the Matzel-Hoff and Smirn-Hoff images the first time around.
- Ubersite - Hoff dogs - if you can't guess, I'm not going to spoil it for you
- Of course it didn't take long before those subversives at b3ta had a go
- AGB: CHEESED HOFF - actually 'cheesed' is not the word used in the image
- Hoffy the Vampire Slayer - include just for the sheer cheek of it, and the fact that his hair is better than mine.
Now if I Hoff and I Puff, d'ya think I might blow this meme down...?
posted at 10:26 AM
Priceless! I used to be a big Knight Rider fan once apon a time. Hope the film is just as daft.
By Wolfie, at
Thursday, November 17, 2005
I think it's time for another bunny-fest.The Big Chill in 30 seconds with bunnies.
- the latest opus from my favorite flash animator at Angry Alien Rate My Bunny
- disgustingly cute.
more nauseating cuteness
Chris the rabbit the blog
- a series of cartoons brought to you by Chris the rabbit
- home page of the book itself rather than the pirated scans that periodically pop up (like bunnies) online. The scans are still out there though - just Google 'bunny suicides'
"the one and only 'approved' fanlisting for the adorably cute and fluffy animals that are rabbits and bunnies"
omg a bunny on Flickr
- a beginner's guide to bunny anatomy
One blooming big bunny from Guardian Unlimited: Newsblog
- and to think you used to see just
pink Elephants when you were pissed....
Starz : SOD Bunnies
(it's the Angry Alien bunnies again)
bunny_boxed on Flickr
- obviously this bunny is an underage witness in some dark rabbit-related court case. Proably this one:Kiwi accused out on bail in rabbit sex case
(makes a change from Sheep, I guess).
....Ms Nettle doubted drugs were solely to blame.
"It didn't happen overnight. You don't take a drug and go 'Mmm, rabbits'
. "Flash / pixelated... bunnies
- this is pretty criminal too
and finally: Highlander in 30 seconds with bunnies.
(you guessed it, Angry Alien)
posted at 8:04 AM