there's no justice like angry mob justice
Oct 9, 2001
|Bert is evil.
to Conspiracy by che
May 24, 2001
|Next time your grandpa regales you with immigration stories, why not check up and see if he REALLY came through Ellis Island?|
to History by che
Mar 11, 2001
|A new century has dawned. And with it comes the dawning of a new age of the SOMADs that we've grown to love so dearly. Forum 2000 is dead; long live Forum 3000!
to Humor by che
Feb 24, 2001
|Object-Oriented Programming good. Object-Oriented Programming funny. Object-Oriented Programming very very bad.
to Computing by che
Aug 29, 2000
|From the culture that gave us cricket and Quidditch comes something equally logical: The Magic Roundabout.|
to Transportation by che
Jul 17, 2000
|Welcome back, Jeanketeers! Like me, I'm sure lots of you faithful readers out there have been bitten by the eBay bug. You can just get so gosh darn much STUFF there, it's enough to drive you cuckoo! My favorite things to trade there are Holly Hobbie goodies -- come on, you all remember that ever-cheerful little colonial-era girl with the massive blue bonnet covering her entire head and face, right? Well, turns out that Holly Hobbie is actually the name of the artist (her real name, not a pen name!) who drew this delightful little character known only as "Blue Girl", and she's fully catalogued, cross-referenced, and indexed at Holly Hobbie Central. Run by Lisa Marshel, a real-life Jean Teasdale and self-proclaimed "huge collector of STUFF". We love you, Lisa!
to Culture by che
Jun 15, 2000
|People are still trying to screw chumps out of millions for stupid domain names. Guh.|
to Internet by che
Jun 1, 2000
|Eminem. Enya. Eminenya.|
to Music by che
May 31, 2000
|You thought you'd seen it all when it came to bizarre internet-based fetishes. Then again, you've probably never heard of Macrophilia, the sexual desire to become or roleplay a giant, and do very naughty things to little people or buildings. Or, of course, vice-versa. Often intertwined with Furry, that omnipresent Internet alterna-sexuality where folks roleplay anthropomorphic animals. Not always sexual in nature -- in fact, the Burned Furs are a splinter subgroup claiming that "Anthropomorphics fandom is being overrun by sexually dysfunctional, socially stunted and creatively bankrupt hacks and pervs". Riiight. Just don't mention zoophilia 'round these folks.|
to Sex by che
Apr 26, 2000
|I scoff at mainstream gamer sites like Blue's News. Although nutty Web comic strips may
sometimes fulfill my dorky video gaming news needs, when I really need the
crispity, crunchity goodness of Real Gaming News, I take a big bite out of the Gaming Intelligence Agency.
From singing, dancing Crack Rabbits to grinning, psychotic monkeys with maracas, the GIA is
keeping a watchful eye on the best gaming goodness straight from the Land of the Rising Sun.
to Games by che
Apr 7, 2000
|James H. Vipond is a very, very special man.
Not only is he "the Web's premier fan" of Small Wonder and Concentration, but he also
writes, produces, and illustrates (rendered in 3D, natch) Spectrum Force,
"a new, ethnically diverse team of evangelical Christian crimefighters".
And if that isn't enough, baby, he's planning an animated television series, Minerva Walker. "She's black, she's stacked, and she can take the flak!" -- watch out, Tarantino, there's a new boy in town.|
to Wackos by che
Mar 9, 2000
|It's almost spring. And you know what that means -- sweet, sweet love seems to be on everyone's minds. From gay werewolves to toddlers, everyone seems to be doing it. But not all of us can git it on in Real Life -- so where better to turn than AOL chat logs of hilarious trolls baiting pedophiles into netsex? What more could you ask for?
to Sex by che
Mar 7, 2000
|Can't get enough of Japanese pop culture, but can't stand embarassing yourself at the karaoke bar? Fear no more -- Dance Dance Revolution is groovin' its way into arcades all around the world, and recently even the US. For about $1, players get their chance to be a Dancing Queen by stepping on four lighted platforms in time with the throbbing music. It may not sound like dancing, but it's rumored to soon be classified by the DEA as Schedule 1 Digi-Crack. What's that? You can't believe anyone could make those moves into an actual dance? See for yourself.|
to Games by che
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