Democratic debates are more entertaining if you pretend Hillary and Obama are a married couple having a lovers’ spat
I took my dog to get youthinized the other day
Turns out it doesn’t make your dog any younger
In honor of Matt Groening’s birthday, I updated rubbercat.net/simpsons for the first time in three months.
The guy who created Howard the Duck died a few days ago. I have never seen the movie or read any of the comics, but I thought I should pay my respects to the guy who inspired two of the funniest things I’ve seen on the internet: Howard the Duck comics by Paper Rad and this totally un-P.C. YouTube video.
The guy who plays the PC in those apple commercials uses a mac
If he were a true method actor he would embrace the windows operating system
Do you have an iGoogle page? Do you love the simple black-and-white aesthetic of rubbercat.net? Doncha wish there was a way to somehow combine the two? Well your wish can become a reality when you install this theme I made (via Hawidu.com). Only problem is the little +/- button is gray instead of white and I couldn’t find a way to fix it. oh well
I HAVE FANS?? Apparently so, and some of them made fanart for me, which I’ve compiled onto this page.
The time it takes to create the stuff I put up on here varies. Sometimes it only takes a matter of hours, as with The Simpsons Movie DVD Details; other times it takes a few weeks, as with the second installment of Colin Powell Space Patrol. There was one page that I wanted to put up shortly after the start of rubbercat.net back in June 2003, except I never got around to finishing it. It was supposed to be a hilarious faux history of the Cola War, with a paragraph accompanying each photo, but I pretty much only got around to making some of the photoshops, which are downright cringe-worthy. I’m positive the date at the bottom is inaccurate, because it predates the site, but I figured I’d show you the page in all its shitty, unfinished glory on its supposed fifth anniversary.
According to the New York Times and Endgadget, Microsoft has offered to acquire rubbercat.net for $44.6 billion.
EDIT: OK, apparently the site in question is Yahoo!, not rubbercat.net. My mistake.