Friday, October 28, 2005

racist pop

With lyrics like:
Well sit down and listen, to what I have to say. Soon will come a great war, a bloody but holy day. And after that purging our people will be free, and sing up in the bright skies, a sun for all to see…….

Times are very tough now for a proud White man to live. And although it may appear that this world has no life to give. Times are soon changing, this cant go on or long. And on that joyful summer’s day we’ll sing our Victory song…..

'Prussian Blue' from Bakersfield, CA.
They're 13, and they <3 Teh Fuhrer!

"Prussian Blue" make sure to check out the 'fashion' link!

Turd Blossom? Pootie-poot?

List of nicknames used by George W. Bush

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Nastyass anti-drug commercial

...makes the "this is your brain on drugs" look like some Dr. Seuss propaganda.
(in Quicktime)


Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Fainting goats


Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Blog Bling

My blog is worth $1,129.08.
How much is your blog worth?

a funny little finding... takes 2 sec.

go to google type in the word failure then hit i'm feeling lucky.... not search... its a hoot.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Rasterizer Update

The PosteRazor. Something you can do manually with any run of the mill photo editing software, but why bother when you can have a third-party robot do it for you!

let me know if any of you actually try this.

Female Soldiers from around the world

WOW. just wow.

The Company Cookbook

"Basically, this company has a lot of potluck events. The cookbook's intro tells a charming story of favorite dishes and taste-offs and like, five whole requests for a company cookbook.

So everyone made their favorite recipe which was then professionally and earnestly photographed using lots of ugly table linens and fake flowers. Employees were encouraged to tell the story of the recipe ("I done found this recipe on the back of the cereal box") and give a suggested wine pairing ("Boone's")."
Eats link

Tuesday, October 18, 2005


So i saw this movie ... and must say that it reminded me of garden state but a different age group. i guess with the overall quirks of the characters made them stand out a bit... the soundtrack was also pretty good – some elliot smith on there – he was rumored to have told mike mills, the producer, that he wanted to write the entire soundtrack ... but that was before oct. of 2003. there are 3 tracks by him written for the movie and this other band – the polyphonic spree – which is just creepy with kids singing in it... so yea go see this movie im not just saying that cause my cousin is in it either...
Thumbsucker link

have u ever noticed...

this is something so slimple yet... i don't think i would have ever noticed till i saw this pic... not to mention what a white bummy on this girl...

fat midget and friends

saw midget thought of this picture.. i wonder are they part of some wwf thingy with the wrestling outfits? hum...

bull vs. midget

to keep with the theme...


Sunday, October 16, 2005

I found my Halloween costume

World Series of Beer Pong

Winner gets 10 g's
and a whole lotta beer at this tourney


Friday, October 14, 2005

Find the difference in the pics...

Happy Friday!!!


med school fun!

Sent in by my good ol' friend " pre-Dr. Cameltosis Bebeboo". Thanks, Dr. Boo!

I see you!!!

Eyeball fun*! (*Photos edited to protect the innocent)
(Funny, flickr named this file "boo"!)

This is where Planter's peanuts come from.

Dr. Boo told me the formal term is "Dangly thing right below the pee pee". more like Chicken legs from right below the pee pee. Yum!

Foxy Oxy

If you’re wondering why nature seems like she’s desperately trying to get rid of us, this might be one of the many reasons.

The Aral Sea: The biggest ecological fuck-up to date.

Consider this: The government of present-day Karakalpakstan has somehow managed to drain the fourth largest inland sea by 80%, in a matter of twenty years. Muynak, (what used to be) a coastal town, is now 100 km from the water. There’s the usual slurry of disease, poverty, and crime – mixed with desertification, desparation, copious amounts of nitrogen and DDT, and lots and lots of salt _ especially apparent in the ‘potable’ water.

It used to take a whole day to cross the Aral Sea. Now, abandoned ships and barges and shells dot the desert landscape, which stretches as far the eyes can see.

The first time I’ve heard about the Aral sea is through the travel book AA Gill is Away, from which most of the information above is taken from. I suggest you check it out.

Aral Sea Links:

Wiki Link
The Aral Sea Area Desertification Change-Detection Study
BBC News article - March 16, 2000

Thursday, October 13, 2005

pitbull vs cow


Merkin's Song of the Moment

I <3 menomena!

rumor has it they eat pork.

check out "Cough coughing" (not the live version, but the video)

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Camel Toads

McDonald's celebrates YOU being Asian


more Crits pix!

CP's album of the moment

DANGERDOOM- The Mouse and the Mask

Sooo good. Pick it up at Best Buy for $10.52 (tax included)

Saturday, October 08, 2005

West Side Story....retold (video/quicktime Object)

Friday, October 07, 2005

Making the best of malnutrition

Scary living for India's ghost man Mon Oct 3, 1:36 PM ET

Mothers use his name to scare their children while even adults hope they don't bump into him in the dark -- for more than 40 years Gopal Haldar has been making his living in India's Sunderbans mangrove region as a ghost.

Measuring a mere 1.21 meters (four feet) and weighing a slight 24 kilograms (52 pound), Haldar -- now near to retirement age -- says he has been malnourished all his life.

"My mother was very weak. So I am. I am unable to work in the field," Halder said in an interview in the Sunderbans village of Pakurtala, about 90 kilometres (56 miles) south of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata in the Ganges River delta.

"I have hardly had the money to buy good food or visit a doctor. I have been suffering from malnutrition since my childhood.

Because of his poor health and stick-like physique, he added, neighbours had said he was "born to play a ghost".

He took to the idea and his reputation began to spread through the myriad islands that make up the Sunderbans.

"Wherever I go children call me 'Uncle Ghost' and peep at me through windows," a smiling Haldar said. "Women and children are even scared of going out at night in case they meet me."

His friend Sunil Chakraborty helps him perform on candle-lit stages in Sunderban villages yet to be reached by electricity and where people prefer to confine themselves in their homes after sundown.

He says it takes him only 10 to 15 minutes to do his makeup and transform his emaciated self into a ghost-like creature -- mainly by painting his sunken face, protruding ribs and skeletal limbs with soot.

"I see it as acting," said Haldar, adding that while he roams from village to village scaring the daylights out of people, his wife and son work in the fields.

"I have no regrets. Sometimes I enjoy it," he said of his spooky profession.

He mainly does his shows during the festive seasons and earns 40 to 50 rupees (about a dollar) a time, said his wife Malati, adding resignedly, "But he is addicted to smoking hemp and spends all his money on this habit."

Lighting up a hemp cigarette in front of his wife, Haldar acknowledged his love of the herb.

"(But) when I indulge myself in smoking hemp and playing chess, I wonder if I am a real ghost or a human being," he said philosophically.

A doctor at a local government-run hospital said Haldar had likely suffered acute malnutrition as a child which had resulted in hormonal imbalances.



Coming to Philly from October 7, 2005 to April 23, 2006.


Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Creatures pics

more pics to be added later...uploading on dial-up is teh suck

Monday, October 03, 2005

The smoker's solution to smokeless bars

Nicotine beer in the pipeline
From correspondents in London
From: AAP
A GERMAN company has come up with a novel way of beating bans on smoking in pubs – put the nicotine in the beer.

A new beer, known as NicoShot, is undergoing testing in Germany with hopes it can be moved toward approval in the next few months.
Each beer contains three milligrams of nicotine and a 6.3 per cent alcohol reading.

Its German maker, Nautilus, claims the beer is designed to help smokers quit the habit rather than make the drink addictive.

"While NicoShot can lessen cravings, it is not a 'cure' for smoking," Nautilus said.

"But it can help you make changes in your lifestyle without having to walk out of the bar for a quick smoke to deal with sudden withdrawal symptoms.

"Over time, when you are more comfortable being a non-smoker, the use of nicotine beer can be reduced and then stopped."