we suck so you don't have to
Oct 8, 2001
|The World Wrestling Federation presents a parents' guide to smackdowns and such.|
to Parenting by tregoweth
|Programs that print themselves are called "Quines".
If that's not enough recursion for you, then try
Godel, Escher, and
Bach. Or perhaps you'd rather read the book
by Douglas R. Hofstadter.
to Mathematics by tourist
Oct 7, 2001
|Tired of getting busted in tasteless attire? What you need is a pimp hat.|
to Commerce by fool
Oct 6, 2001
|The Zodiac was a San Francisco-based
serial killer who wore
costume, sent coded messages
to the police and newspapers, and was never
apprehended. There were many
Zodiac suspects, but
none stranger than...BATMAN!|
to Wackos by fatherdan
Oct 5, 2001
|Spammer forges domain name.
Owner of forged domain name, who happens to be a techie, gets revenge.
to Internet by tregoweth
|Who knew there was such a market for
to Commerce by gator
|Likemynudephotoand its sister sites,
alt and adultfriendfinder
don't waste any time getting to
the good stuff.
to Sex by tourist
|What is your secret hobbit name you pale, sexless geek?|
to Literature by fatherdan
Oct 4, 2001
|Ever wanted to send an email to some anonymous stranger, message-in-a-bottle style? You can...with Email Roulette.
to Internet by monde
|When you're a kid they're dolls; when you're an adult suffering from arrested
development, they're action figures.
Aboyd.com won't judge you. They present
the best in figures portraying obscure media icons like Young
Bates, the Forgotten
Prisoner of Castelmaré, and...R.
to Toys by fatherdan
|Instead of letting someone else do your homework, why not read the original text yourself? It is bound to be more accurate, plus it is cheaper than the bookstore and easier than the library!|
to Books by enigma
Oct 3, 2001
|OpenUniverse is a really cool free astronomy program that renders the solar system vividly. Decent video card recommended.
to Astronomy by obvious
|Of all my
memories, one of the most bitter and
disappointing was my experience with
aquatic nuclear family, we were given instead a few stinking
Clearly, I was not the only one
to Toys by riotnrrd
|Anyone who's read
"do my homework" requests
thinly disguised as questions. With the advent of the web, the
burden of this search for "knowledge" is shifting to the
web and, as always, there are people out there eager to
the lazy and
to Education by riotnrrd
|Ever wanted to know how to
to Reference by avi
|Comicbook magus Alan
Moore wrote From
Hell partly as a reaction to most Jack the Ripper stories, which pay
lip-service to denouncing serial murder while transparently pornographing
it: "The lushness of the bosom, the glint of the knife, the exciting
music..." Alas, to judge by the trailer, the upcoming
From Hell movie is everything
the novel was written to oppose.
to Movies by cricket
|New photoshopographic evidence sheds new light on the Sep 11 attack and other recent events.|
to Conspiracy by faisal
|Anthrax - the sheep disease...and bioweapon. The unthinkable threat that is getting more scary in these weird times. By the time you know you've inhaled it, it's usually too late. There's a vaccine - but good luck getting one: even military personnel started running out of vaccine in June 2001.|
to Warfare by monde
Oct 2, 2001
|The first rule of fight club is no one talks about fight
club. The GroundPounders®,
however, have a Web page. So does their founder Sammy
to Warfare by fatherdan
|You could gape in fear at one of the world's ugliest couches, or you could try to buy a contender.
to Fashion by fool
|The Ejection Site contains everything you ever wanted to know about
hitting the silk -- or just
And if you bail out over the
find out what the
that might be hiding in your
are injecting into your bloodstream.
to Reference by tourist
Oct 1, 2001
|Comic Book Guy
also has a video game rental store.
to Culture by joshua
|I don't care if they look neat;
I'm not putting something in my eyes as part
of a Halloween costume.|
to Fashion by tregoweth
|If today's comics links have you wanting to
book a superhero for a special event,
can help you out.
to Comics by tregoweth
|Strangely, one of the best comics news sites around is from a geek in Canada.|
to Comics by jcs
|Kevin Smith wrote a comic for the New York Times' Style Section about how he met his wife. It is very much in the style you would expect from him, and it, umm, includes new fall fashion.|
to Comics by keith
|Weapons for him. Weapons for her.|
to Fashion by kade
Sep 30, 2001
|Some people are so obsessed with rock stars that they turn into dangerous stalkers. The rest of us can just look thorugh the collection of pictures taken by someone who already knows the rock star. Britneeeey!|
to Culture by faisal
Sep 28, 2001
The US General Accounting Office
publishes an immense
flow of reports on subjects from the topical
to the obscure.
to Government by gator
Sep 27, 2001
|Apparently, everyone knows that Nostradamus predicted it, but I found it odd that random number generators may have predicted it, as well.
to Science by brainwave
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