Sunday, December 30, 2007

Would G-d have His own internet messageboard/forum?

Well, there's this strange fellow who thinks he's all that and he's got a messageboard where all us plain people can post our questions to the diety.

Be forewarned, though, he's also psychic and his psychic ectoplasm floats through the cyberether and oozes out of your computer monitor screen where he can monitor you through your eyeballs. If he sees demons behind your eyeballs, he'll greet each of them by name.

And he can't understand why he's been banned from so many other internet forums. Hmm...


It's on Ezboard which may or may not require that you be an Ezboard member in order to view the forum. That would be up to the forum owner who, in this case, claims to be The Big Guy Upstairs. I bet he's just a tad busy these days trying to keep the Republicans from stealing another election so if at first you don't succeed...

Okay, so the obvious first question would be, "Why did you invent cockroaches?"

And: "How come my coffeemaker doesn't make coffee taste exactly the same every time?"

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14 Adventures in 14 Days

This guy took the challenge. See for yourself what happened. As you watch, ask yourself... could that be me?

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The weirdest thing of all to contemplate here is the mind of the person who dreamed up the notion of having grinning girls dance and bounce to, "Spare me my life!" LOL. Weird.

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Online Painter for Nintendo Wii - but you can play with it right now... without a Wii!!!

Check this out. Lots of fun. Brush width has many adjustable sizes as does color choice. I think the only way you can save your finished picture is to do a screen capture then open it up in an image/ photo editing program.

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Woman charged for wiping nose on cop

A woman in West Virginia was charged with battery on a police officer, after the officer said she wiped her nose on the back of his shirt.

Cpl. S.E. Elliott said he had arrested the 36-year-old woman last week after seeing her slap a man, bite him on the elbow and spit in his face.

Elliott said the woman wiped her nose on him as he led her into the police station for booking on a charge of domestic battery.

Battery on a police officer is defined as intentionally making physical contact of an insulting or provoking nature with an officer.


G-string Santa arrested for drunk driving

In an impressive display of commitment to the Christmas spirit, a man was arrested in Los Angeles for drunk driving while wearing a Santa hat and a G-string.

He was spotted outside the famous Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood on Sunday, and was promptly arrested.

In addition to his Santa hat and the G-string (which was purple), the man was also wearing a wig, a red lace camisole and black leg warmers.

The man was taken to jail after tests showed his blood-alcohol level over the legal limit, and was later released on $5,000 bail.

In a helpful bit of clarification from the police department, Deputy Chief Ken Garner said: 'We are pretty sure this is not the Santa Claus.'


Oh, man, I would love to hear the cops talking about this one...

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Cat Stuff - But, where's the subtitles?

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Saturday, December 29, 2007

Islamic Rage Boy Sings "Infidels" (Jingle Bells)

The 15-Minute Dating Blog

Great idea -- a blog for dating horror stories. I think we've all got probably at least one, if not more. Ya think?

Here's the

Their "five most popular posts" at the time of me writing this post:

50 Reasons Why Young Women Should Date Older Men
The Fifty Worst Pick-Up Lines of All Time
To Date or Not to Date a Famous Person: One girl's true account Online Dating Profile Dictionary
Still Looking At This Late Date: My Online Dating Experiences
Have fun.

Hmmm... well, why not. Here's a dating horror story of my own:

When I was in high school, I believed in abstinence before marriage. Not just to not have sex before marriage but to also take good care of your body in other ways, like not taking drugs. Of course, I think I started smoking cigarettes during my high school years so I didn't always stay on the straight and narrow.

But I did enough that it annoyed a group of my peers, mostly boys, who took bets on who would be the first to, well, you know... and there had to be proof, as in eyewitnesses.

So I was going to be set up.

Ha ha... this is so great. You see, teenage boys can't help bragging and this one boy was bragging about making a "conquest" of me before it ever happened, going into minute detail of his plot and how it would all happen with ALL the other boys invited to be eyewitnesses to the event.

One of those boys was my best friend's deep-romance-committed-for-life (as only 15-year-old romances can be) boyfriend. He told her everything.

And she told me everything. Boyfriend love vs. girlfriend loyalty? There's no contest.

And we, in turn, told a couple of the girls in our little crowd or clique and we girls planned our revenge. For something that hadn't even happened. Yet.

The magic moment arrives and I allow this boy to persuade me to leave a party and just go sit outside in his car and "talk." Then there was some kissing. He was medium-okay at that but you can't expect perfection from a male of that age group.

Then he says, "Let's get in the back seat."


And as we sink below seat level, the dummies that were creeping up to the outside of the car, surrounding it so they could all peek in through the windows, weren't even that careful and I could actually hear them sneaking up to the car.

I pretended to be carried away by passion.

Heh heh...

And when I was pretty sure the witnesses were all in place, about to bounce up and eyewitness something that was never going to happen, I started laughing out LOUD.

The boy says, annoyed, "What are you laughing at?"

I answer, "But, I didn't know it would be so little!!!!" Oh, the heads started popping up in the windows at that.

Then there were bright flashes of light, flashbulbs popping, and the boys outside the car were yelling, "Hey!" and "What the -- [fill in your favorite expetive]!" and the three other girls in MY plot were standing on the curb across the street, waving their little cameras and laughing their asses off, too.

I sat up, said "Toodles!" and scrambled back to the front seat and was out the passenger door then laughing as I joined my girlfriends across the street.

The best-never-laid plans of mice and teenage boys...

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Friday, December 28, 2007

Open Source Windows

Here's a handy-dandy little website that lists what they think is the best free open source software for Windows operating systems. Give it a whirl.

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Thursday, December 27, 2007

Online Sending and Storage and Backup of files -- you get 5 free GB's to backup and store your music files, digital photos, videos, and all kinds of documents. More storage costs.

ALSO SEE: -- a free service that lets you upload all kinds of large files then access them from anywhere.


YouSendIt -- Do you have files to transfer/upload/email that are just too large for your web server or email host to handle? FROM THE WEBSITE: "Our innovative service enables users to send, receive and track files, on-demand. YouSendIt provides a trusted, convenient and smart solution for transferring large files over the Internet, replacing the need for FTP transfers, overnight couriers and unreliable email attachments." Send files now for free.

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Helpful Websites for Webmasters if you like building your own website or tinkering around with the look of your blog, you'll appreciate with his easy-to-understand snippets of CSS and other bits and pieces of code you can copy and paste to your own page. The "look" of this post (and others around here) with the colored backgrounds and dashed borders for the table cells was copied directly off of Draac.

Dynamic Drive -- Welcome to Dynamic Drive, the #1 place on the net to obtain free, original DHTML & Javascripts to enhance your web site!

The Javascript Source -- The JavaScript Source is an excellent JavaScript resource with tons of"cut and paste" JavaScript examples for your Web pages. All for free!
The JAVA Boutique -- browse the categories of JAVA applets they have available for you to use on your webpage and for free!
Annabella's HTML Help -- simple, plain, easy to understand... however, be on the lookout for HTML tags no longer in use by the most current browser versions.
HTML test bed - try out your HTML online to see how your page would look. Easy to use.
MyImager (online image editor) and JPG/GIF Cruncher (make image files download faster)

JavaScript Q&A Master List

CSS Tutorial

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Ta-Da Lists (things-to-do)

Ta-Da Lists -- there are several versions of online to-do lists out there and this one is worth checking out. Example uses for Ta-da:

  • Books you want to read (with links to Amazon)
  • People to invite for the party
  • Thank you notes to write
  • Calls to return
  • Web links to visit
  • Places to visit
  • Meeting agenda
  • Famous quotes you don't want to forget
  • CDs to buy
  • Shopping list
  • Gifts to buy for people during the holidays
  • Things to sell on eBay
  • Bills to pay

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Pirated Websites

Speaking of gross stupidity - i.e., the smelliest of brain farts - stealing the html and images and everything else from someone else's website then duplicating it all and calling that your own original work is well, just dumb. Visit the "Pirated Websites" home and see for yourself the kind of crap people try to get away with.

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These urban legends were false...

So sorry if you were a true believer in any of these, but they're all fakes. Go to to sort out the bullshit from the true and the only possibly true. Meanwhile, here's those examples of FALSE urban legends:

Swelling on girl's cheek disgorges hundreds of baby spiders. LINK
Does Bubble Yum contain spider eggs? LINK
Bug enters person's ear and eats its way through his brain. LINK
Child television star dies from ingesting Pop Rocks and soda. LINK
KFC restaurants stopped using the word "chicken" to describe its products because it is serving meat from genetically modified animals. LINK
Alligators live in the New York City sewer system. LINK
Stray doggie adopted by tourists turns out to be sewer rat. LINK
Jeans wearer is strangled by shrink-to-fit pants. LINK
The charred remains of a scuba diver are found in a tree after a forest fire. LINK
Houdini died from appendicitis brought about by his being punched in the stomach. LINK
Bands of organ thieves drug unsuspecting travellers and steal their kidneys. LINK
Gang members drive without headlights then kill anyone who flashes them. LINK
Kidnappers abduct children from amusement parks by cutting and dying their victims' hair. LINK
Eating carrots results in improved vision. LINK

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How Bad is Your Boss?

Take the quiz and find out. Read other peoples' boss horror stories. Contribute your own.

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Human role not ruled out in tiger attack

Sounds like somebody did something really, really stupid and people got hurt and one killed as a result.

From the article:

SAN FRANCISCO - The big cat exhibit at the San Francisco Zoo was cordoned off as a crime scene Wednesday as investigators tried to determine whether a 300-pound Siberian tiger that killed a visitor escaped from its high-walled pen on its own or got help from someone, inadvertent or otherwise.

Police shot the animal to death after a Christmas Day rampage that began when the tiger escaped from an enclosure surrounded by what zoo officials said are an 18-foot wall and a 20-foot moat. Two brothers who also were visiting the zoo were severely mauled.

Police Chief Heather Fong said the department has opened a criminal investigation to "determine if there was human involvement in the tiger getting out or if the tiger was able to get out on its own."

Police said they have not ruled anything out, including whether the escape was the result of carelessness or a deliberate act.


Photo and Image Storage

My favorite has to be but maybe that's just because I've been using them for so long. Navigation and custom folders and subfolders are all very easy to set up. There's also Flickr and Snapfish.

ALSO SEE: How to Leech Pictures from Flickr or Google Images

And have a look at these fun thingamabobs: MyPictures3D for the ultimate in picture organizing and saving and sharing and also see the virtual reality fun of 3Dna, which is kind of hard to explain so you just have to go see it -- you can organize all your files and links with it.

Dumpr (an odd name) is a fun online utility for playing around with and then sharing your image files. Place your image on display at a museum with onlookers or put it on a Rubik's Cube, among other things. Many links for instant posting to blogs and such.

Here's a few examples:

An old family photo in the "museum setting." I'm the little geeky kid in the middle.

A photo of writer/director/producer/actor/computer genius Ben Affleck done up as a "pencil sketch."

A picture of me with the "alien effect." Yeah, I know, I know... this is what I look like in the early morning before I've had my cup of coffee. LOL.

Me, as a "rubik's cube."

No, you DON'T have to be stuck just linking to them like I did here. As stated, they can directly link your picture to many different places including blogs and MySpace and Facebook, etc. Plus, you can save any image to your hard drive.

Picture Trail lets you create imaginative slideshows with your pictures then store and share them with others. I know Photobucket does the slideshow thing, too, but it's pretty standard - one picture after another rotation. Picture Trail takes that a step further.

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , -- You can organize all your favorites here in as many categories and subcategories that you need. They even have software you can download that will transfer all the favorites on your computer into your new online bookmark hidey-hole with them. You have the option of sharing your bookmarks by making them "public." Don't wait for your next computer crash to start building up your list of bookmarks again. Keep them safe and online and accessible from any computer anywhere. You can also use a system like to store and share your favorites.

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Monday, December 17, 2007

Doomsday Clock

We've got seven minutes left.

The bulletin of the Atomic Scientists shows that mankind is seven minutes away from midnight. That is, we are on the brink of armageddon. CLICK TO VISIT WEBSITE.

Israel Kamakawiwo'Ole

He is so beautiful in every way that a human being can be beautiful and you fall in love with his soul as he sings to you. I could listen to this song over and over again. And when I remember this beautiful light is gone from our world, I can't help crying as I listen to him bring the people together with his music and his voice. Aloha.

Bruddah IZ
May 20, 1959 - June 26, 1997

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I Love You, Judy Garland

You always mattered. You mattered to me and to millions of people who love you still.


Chimps outperform humans at memory task

Young chimps can beat adult humans in a task involving remembering numbers, reveals a new study. It is the first time chimps – and young ones, at that – have outperformed humans at a cognitive task.

And the finding may add weight to a theory about the evolution of language in humans, say the researchers.


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Falling Into a Black Hole

Ever want to know what it's like? Well, now you can try it on for size! From the website:

In which we fall into a black hole on a real free fall orbit. All distortions of images are real, both general relativistic from the gravitational bending of light, and special relativistic from the near light speed orbit.

The black hole belongs to a quadruple stellar system, a binary binary. The system is fictional, but plausible.

After you are done dying at the central singularity of the black hole, feel free to explore more about the Schwarzschild geometry, about wormholes, about the collapse of a black hole, and about Hawking radiation.


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Sunday, December 16, 2007


Are you tired of talking to a voice robot? Do you absolutely hate automated customer service, especially when they don't offer the option you need? Do you think it's rude for a damn robot to put you on hold... for forever?

Would you like to talk to a human being?

Now you can. VISIT THE DIAL-A-HUMAN WEBSITE and find out exactly what to do at dozens of places to reach a real live actual human being. This site is definitely worth bookmarking.

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My Delphi Forums Sig File

I hang out at a lot of different forums at Delphi because they have every possible interest covered there. A lot of wacky people run forums at Delphi and it's a great deal of fun to be an observer to human behavior there. I've actually been able to create and flesh out characters for my writing from some of the folks who post at Delphi, especially the rabid fanatics of various political stripes.

Ha ha ha ha... the most fun I had was posting factual data on the rabid right-wing forum, "The Bully Pulpit," where they finally banned me for suggesting that people ought to follow the Golden Rule. I'd been discussing how the forum owner and her moderators permitted "pile-on thread hijacking" whenever anyone posited a middle-of-the-road or liberal or Democratic view of issues but the threads of the rabid ones were vigorously protected with constant "clean up" when the right-wing talking points were challenged.

I'd mentioned to one rabid right-winger that if he truly was the Christian he pretended to be then he believed in the Golden Rule. Makes sense, doesn't it? So... when he burst into threads with vicious personal attacks and insults and the aforementioned thread hijacking, he was proclaiming to all that was how he wished to be treated. It follows logically the concept of the Golden Rule, does it not?

So they banned me because the rabid dog whined that I'd made a terrorist threat. Ha ha ha ha ha ha... I love it. Only the brain dead would not see the humor here.

Anyway, this is the "sig file" that attaches to the bottom of all my postings in any forum at Delphi that permits sig files...

If you're a proud American, too, then let's get rid of the hypocrites and liars and crooks next, election... VOTE ANYTHING BUT REPUBLICAN!
My Blogs:

The Politics Schmalitics Blog

"Where Truth will never be silenced by liars, hypocrites, or any other hater of American values!"

Do you write? Want to write? Screenplays? Novels? Short stories? Poetry? I've got the resources for you!
The Writer Blog
"Do you write? Want to write? Screenplays? Novels? Short stories? Poetry? I've got the resources for you!"

FOR ALL WRITERS: Ideas, Challenges, Story Starters, oh man, I have a whole crapload of stuff to get the juices flowing and the batteries running!
Brain Juice Blog

FOR ALL WRITERS: Ideas, Challenges, Story Starters, oh man, I have a whole crapload of stuff to get the juices flowing and the batteries running!

LOL, if you have to ask, you probably shouldn't be here!
The Brain Farts Blog
"A little of this, a little of that... Whatever it is, it's a surefire cure for boredom!"

Osama bin Laden performs unnatural acts on camels.
The X-Shikseh Files

"A Jewish blog from a
genuine Zionist hoodlum."

Spectacular Israel

Join the Blue Ribbon Online Free Speech Campaign
Join the Blue Ribbon Online
Free Speech Campaign!

The last bit in there about free speech was just to tweak the beaks of the rabid dog extremists. In fact, the very last one, a smilie custom made by me, was put into my sig after a long list of links to posts of mine that had been censored by a left-wing anti-Semite who hosts a forum at Delphi. For example, he made up a bunch of crap or linked to crap from either white power websites or terrorist sponsored websites (or websites run by people who also were involved with terrorists or the general left-wing anti-Israel movement) and for every lie he posted, I would have the annoying habit of digging up the actual truth. Which he would promptly delete. LOL. So when my friend Randy started a Delphi Form to discuss Islamofacism from an American point of view, I started re-posting every censored post there with that little smilie.
Oh, man the rabid dogs sure hate you when you tell the truth and back it up. Makes me feel good all over. Proof of success comes in various forms such as the responses that include the personal attack. But, nothing beats getting banned for proof of success! Yee-haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw!!!! LOL LOL LOL!!!!

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Sunday, December 09, 2007

Other Peoples' Brain Farts

For some odd reason, I sometimes have to RIGHT-click in the center of this post and hit "Refresh" before the quote gadget shows up. Your mileage may vary.

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Saturday, December 08, 2007

The Infinite Cat Project

I do love cats and there's no such thing as too many kitty pictures, right? So whoever thought this website up is a genius. From the website:
The story of a monumental concatenation...

Shortly after the turn of the false millennium, or early in the year 2000, I was cruising a favored Apple computer forum and chanced upon the picture you see to your left. That's Frankie, the progenitor of the Infinite Cat Project, admiring the beauty of a flower. (Major kudos to Paul Hamilton, owner of Frankie, for kicking this whole thing off.)

Not long after that another visitor to the same forum beheld his cat growling at the picture of Frankie and summarily posted an image of that event. I thought this sequence held promise and had my own cat, Poozy, join the queue, a progression that now boasts over 1400 cats.

There's always room at the table for one more kitty. So join us, won't ye?


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Relax - Forget the stress - Let it go

Play Bejeweled Right Here [FREE]!!!

Mi novio, Marco Antonio Solis (Los Bukis)

One of the great ways you can learn Spanish is to listen to a lot of popular music in that language and there's nobody I like listening to more than Marco Antonio!

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Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Zoo and Animal Webcams

The National Zoo in Washington, D.C. -- check out the Tiger Cam! This National Zoo has webcams not just for tigers -- they also have webcams for the following: Amazon River Fish Cam
Asian Elephant Cam
Asian Small-clawed Otter Cam
Black-footed Ferret Cam
Cheetah Cams
Clouded Leopard Cam
Fishing Cat Cam
Flamingo Cam
Gharial Cam
Golden Lion Tamarin Cam
Gorilla Cam
Lion Cam
Micronesian Kingfisher Cam
MicroTheatre Cam
Naked Mole-Rat Cam
Octopus Cam
Orangutan Cam
Panda Cams
Sloth Bear Cam
Woodland Park Zoo (Seattle, WA.) Bear Cam - I almost missed the tiny icon you have to click to get to the pop-up page with the actual webcam on it. They also offer a zoo-made video on RealPlayer (which I don't have but the webcam pop-up still works fine).

San Diego Live Web Cams and Zoo Videos -- They have four main webcams: the PandaCam, Elephant Cam, Absolutely Apes, and Polar Cam.

San Diego Zoo
The 100-acre (40-hectare) Zoo is home to over 4,000 rare and endangered animals representing more than 800 species and subspecies, and a prominent botanical collection with more than 700,000 exotic plants. It is located just north of downtown San Diego in Balboa Park.

Wild Animal Park
The Wild Animal Park is an expansive wildlife sanctuary that is home to more than 3,500 animals representing more than 400 species. Its renowned botanical collection represents 3,500 species and 1.5 million specimens. Over half of the Park’s 1,800 acres (730 hectares) have been set aside as protected native species habitat. It is located 35 miles (56 kilometers) north of downtown San Diego in the San Pasqual Valley near Escondido, California.

Conservation and Research for Endangered Species (CRES)
CRES is one of the largest zoo-based research centers in the world. Founded in 1975, CRES is dedicated to preserving and protecting rare and endangered wildlife and habitats. CRES researchers develop, gather, and increase knowledge vital for the establishment of self-sustaining populations of wildlife.

Shamu at Sea World

Alpaca Cam from the Blue Moon Ranch (Woodland, UT) -- "What you will see in the picture is a view of the female pasture, under the barn overhang or inside the barn depending on where the alpacas are. I switch the camera from inside to the best view. The alpacas are usually outside unless it is raining or snowing, but always inside for pellet feeding time. That is when you might see the big green door closed."

ALSO SEE: Yellow Wood Llama Farm (Indianapolis, IN)

Toledo Zoo Web Cams -- They have a Baby Elephant Cam, Hippo Underwater Cam, Seal Underwater Cam, and a Polar Bear Cam. As of posting this info, the Polar Bear Cam is down for maintenance. Viewing the live streaming webcam requires that you allow their ActiveX control to be installed.
Minnesota Zoo Animal Webcams -- "Welcome to the Minnesota Zoo Web Cams page where you can watch our sharks, dolphins and gibbons live!" Requires RealPlayer (they have a link to the RealPlayer download page - it's free).
Penguin Webcam from the Biodôme de Montréal -- Here, you are watching the sub Antarctic zone, inhabited by four species of penguins. There may be as few as 6 hours of sunshine in June and up to 20 hours in December.

Kelp Cam (and Aquarium) from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego.


Tropical Fish Aquarium (Japan)
Monterey Bay E-Quarium (California) -- eight exhibits with webcams
Waikiki Aquarium (Hawaii) -Shark Cam, Monk Seal Cam, Coral Research Cam

Prague Zoo (Czech Republic)
Zoologischer Garten Eberswalde (Germany)
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary (Australia)
Giant Panda Cam, Atlanta Zoo (Georgia) -- links to Giant Panda page on zoo's website... click link there for live webcam.
Alaska Eagle's Nest Cam
James Reserve Wildlife Observatory - Birds (Riverside County, CA) -- Throughout the year our cameras will focus on wildlife observations at feeding stations, in artificial roosting and nesting boxes, and in their natural habitats.
CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN ZOO GiraffeCam (Colorado Springs, Colorado)
New York Wild -- Purple Martin, Eastern Gray Squirrel, Osprey Nest, American Kestrel, Northern Cardinal

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WEB/COMPUTER STUFF: Make Your Own Screensaver

Anyone can easily create their own Screen Saver with an unlimited number of your own graphics and music. Supported file types include bmp, jpg, jpeg, wmf, dib, ico, gif for graphics and mp3, wav for music. Of course if you'd rather not have the music just remove them from the play list. Options for both play lists are play random, play in order or adjust the order your self. Automatically centers any size graphic from Wallpaper to your favorite Photographs.
Need Software for converting your CD Music to MP3? Click Here

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The Pez Museum

Some of us have fond memories of these little doo-hickeys. The Pez Museum Website offers photos of their extensive collections of this classic candy dispenser as well as an online store. Don't miss their Classic Toy Museum Page.

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Coca-Cola Bottles of the World

Bottle caps pictured in the header photo, L-R, top to bottom: Poland, Thailand, Kenya, Austria, Estonia, Slovenia, Jordan, Israel, Romania, Philippines, Ukraine, and the United Arab Emirates.

Oh. I see. He seems to be currently revamping his website and the huge collection of photos of coke bottles is not there at the moment, but will return. Meanwhile, he has Coke links and a link to his license plate collection website.


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Monday, December 03, 2007

The Lord's Prayer on the Head of a Pin

Review: 15 Great Free Game Sites

PC World Magazine Online reviews fifteen great free game websites and you can read their reviews HERE.

The websites reviewed are:

The Big Portals
1.AOL Games
2.MSN Games
4.Yahoo Games

Flash and Shockwave Fun

Blasts From the Past
7.Every Video Game

Puzzles and Multiplayer Rooms
10. Planarity
11. Brettspielwelt
12. ISketch

Still More on Tap
13. GameTap
14. BoxerJam
15. Moola

Bonus: Free Downloadable Games We Love

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Julian Beever Pavement Drawings

This guy is incredible. You just have to visit his website to see for yourself. Meanwhile, here are a few examples:

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The Wee Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor, Mich.

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The Wee Fairy Doors of Ann Arbor, Mich.
by Celeste Headlee

Fairies are settling in the Michigan college town of Ann Arbor. At least, that's what artist Jonathon Wright would like you to believe. All across the city, "fairy doors" are popping up. The miniature openings into imagined fairy homes are unsponsored, unauthorized works of public art that have captured the imagination of the city.

A six-inch white wooden door with a carved jamb framed by miniature bricks was the first to appear, outside Sweetwaterz Cafe. Since the spring of last year, seven more doors have appeared at businesses around Main Street.

The human behind the fairy tale is illustrator Jonathon Wright. In 1993, his wife ran a preschool program in their home. On a whim, Wright installed a fairy door in the house. The children's delighted response prompted him to build more.


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Sunday, December 02, 2007

Wow. A church made out of LEGOS.

This is really something to see. It must have taken many hours of work to set it up. The lady who did this has assembled quite an interesting collection of photographs of her LEGO church. GO SEE IT.

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MORE Free Online Games!!!

This website is run by Broderbund, which makes all sorts of software. Now, you can play many of the popular PC games online... for FREE. Games (and the rest of the software) are organized by category.


The Britney Spears Video

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The Crate Application and Research Project

The Crate Application and Research Project was set up to promote crates in today's society. Modern attitudes to the crate have become somewhat jilted, especially since the sexual revolution of The Sixties. The Great British Red Crate used to be held in huge esteem by men and women from all classes. For instance, in the mid-Forties in Cheshunt, Hampshire, a crate was voted into the Office of Mayor for nearly three years running until meeting which a tragic accident involving a blowtorch. In 1951 the people of Bradninch, Devon, saw the first crate to be made a head schoolteacher.

As well as the afore-mentioned emminent crates, many crates found uses in other walks of life and were a huge part of every person's day to day routine. These pages were written to demonstrate the fantastic versatility of the humble crate, and to show how in these modern times, the crate is as important as it ever was.


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Games at - Waterslide SlalomWaterslide Slalom

Get safely to the bottom of the waterside as quickly as you can.

Play this free game now!!
Games at - 8 Ball Pool8 Ball Pool

Sink all of your striped or solid colored balls and then the 8 ball to win!

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Games at - Adventure ElfAdventure Elf

Help Oliver collect all the stolen loot and save Christmas.

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Games at - Alien AbductionAlien Abduction

Abduct people and objects and drop them into the mothership.

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Games at - World Cup SoccerWorld Cup Soccer

Take your team to the finals of the World Cup!

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Games at - Hansen's EyebrowsHansen's Eyebrows

Use Hansen's eyebrows to play pinball.

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Games at - Club PenguinClub Penguin

Make friends and play games in wonderland that is Club Penguin.

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Games at - Motocross Urban FeverMotocross Urban Fever

Perform awesome stunts and race your motorcycle to victory.

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Games at - Mahjong ClassicMahjong Classic

Match tiles to clear the board.

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Games at - Snowboard MadnessSnowboard Madness

Strive to be the best as you ride the mountains.

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Games at - PiranhasPiranhas

Guide Penny through the caves collecting keys and avoiding traps.

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Games at - BloxorzBloxorz

Get the block to fall into the square hole.

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Games at - ChessChess

Defeat the enemy army in this ancient strategy game.

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Games at - Pizza HotPizza Hot

Deliver the Pizzas to the customers as quickly as possible!

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Games at - Shootin' HoopsShootin' Hoops

Get past the other players and shoot a basket to win.

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Games at - Castle ConquestCastle Conquest

Man the battlements - crush the enemy castle!

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Games at - Carnival JackpotCarnival Jackpot

Form a line of three in a row and win the carnival jackpot!

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Games at - Deluxe PoolDeluxe Pool

Speed and accuracy are what you need to succeed. Have you got what it takes?

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Games at - Flip WordsFlip Words

Create words from the letter grid to solve the puzzles!

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Games at - Shrunken HeadsShrunken Heads

Get three or more matching heads to clear them from the board!

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