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August 27, 2006
CNN must have had a really slow news day or something because


August 25, 2006

Remember Kid Pix? Even if you don't, you'll sure to be enthralled by the masterworks contained within my Kid Pix Art Gallery!

August 22, 2006
some books got dirty words in em I'm starting a charity program to help promote literacy

We will hang up posters that say "Hey, read a book once in a while, you illiterate piece of shit"

8/11/2006: A Haiku For Joseph Lieberman

August 17, 2006
Hey I'm featured in a post on mega-popular blog Boing Boing


I'm going to put this on my resume

August 14, 2006
It occurs to me that I have no idea how to do spreadsheets

Who what now?

what's going on here


August 8, 2006
Wikipedia has this convention or something they have every year called "Wikimania" where people are brought together face-to-face by their mutual love of editing articles on the internet. Not only that but people take photos of this fantastic event and then put them on said internet. Behold the face of Wikipedia

July 30, 2006

GameLife Video Game Review (link)- Have you ever wondered what a show about video games hosted by two incredibly socially awkward nerdy kids would be like? I've never actually watched this all the way through because after watching 5 minute snippets I have to turn it off because I'm just filled with embarrassment for the both of them

B With Money (link)- A salute to small town life featuring beats from Ice Cube

Page 2 or Teenage Love and Alienation in 1969 Long Island (link) - This is a low-budget black and white film with no dialogue that, despite having been used by child guidance professionals to foster discussion in the 1970s, is a lot more authentic than any John Hughes film.

Stile and Lowtax (link) - Internet luminaries Stile and Lowtax say hello to the world

mr. crusher, set course for makeout hill

How Much Affection? (link) - As far as the 1950s educational filmstrip genre goes, this is probably one of the better ones. I get the slight sense that the director was really ambitious but had his/her creativity shafted by the soul-crushing prison of McGraw-Hill Book Co.'s film division.

Flat Life (link) - This is a pretty neat cartoon I guess!

Spike Jonze-directed Al Gore Campaign Video (link) - I like Spike Jonze and I like Al Gore and this video seems to have a fairly decent amount of both as well as a photo of the latter dressed up like Frankensteins Monster.

GARBAGE DAY (link) - What else is there to say?

July 29, 2006

July 24, 2006 is so awesome

Hello I am John Tucker yes that's right the fictional character

check it out, I'm friends with a viral advertising campaign from a multinational media conglomerate

creepy comment section

July 21, 2006
That wasn't supposed to happen.
oh google

July 19, 2006
Hot pants. Jesus Christ. Hey I uploaded a new installment of the Emmy-nominated ocassionally recurring comic Anthropomorphic Republican Talking Duck, which bares absolutely no resemblance to any real comic strips about conservative ducks

This one is not "family friendly" so please do not look at it if you are younger than 15 or older than 30!

July 13, 2006
Business is a fickle mistress

I'm currently in the process of negotiating a deal with Hot Topic to sell tshirts that say "if the glove don't fit, you must acquit" that will sell like hotcakes if all goes according to plan

It has an image of a kid with a Nintendo Powerglove to cater to the nostalgic hipster demographic

July 8, 2006

The web marketplace is a harsh mistress. Thanks to the coming onslaught of Web 2.0, we here at the Web 1.0 Emporium have been forced to lower our prices for the past three or so years. Today, we our launching our "Going Out of Business Sale" - yes, that's right, we're going out of business! Everything must go! Don't miss your chance to own a piece of Internet history today for the lowest possible prices anywhere! You won't find deals like this anywhere else! Because when it's gone... it's gone.

July 4, 2006

June 30, 2006

  • I watched a Felix the Cat cartoon in which he goes to outer space ("I like to travel, but this is ridiculous!!!") and for some reason people hold celebrations with signs that say "RAY FOR FELIX"

  • Jed Kirchner hasn't updated in a long time and I e-mailed him asking if he had died and he never replied

  • I kind of want to make a biopic of an offensive figure like the Piss Christ artist or maybe the South Park guys just so I could use the White Stripes' "Offend In Every Way" for the end credits

  • I originally formulated this Truman Show fake-rant for this site but then I figured it might work in message board thread form so I changed a bunch of stuff around and posted it. If you are looking for it, you can find it in the Comedy Goldmine

  • I don't know which ad campaign I hate more, Apple's "I'm a PC and I can only do pie charts!/And I'm a Mac and only I can do fun stuff like looking at photos or listening to music" or Microsoft's "if you still use earlier versions of Office, you might as well be living in the Stone Age!!!"

  • Norman Y. Mineta, U.S. Secretary of Transportation and wisecracking robot sidekick in Colin Powell Space Patrol announced his retirement last week