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I did a little interview for the French psychiatry mag Alter Ego. I thought I’d post the English version here. Would you choose a drawing to illustrate your interview : it will determine an axis of speech... - Why did you choose this picture? This is an image for the current book I’m working on which is called Supercrash. Darryl Cunningham Investigates Darryl Cunningham Investigates
Packing all of your belongings into a U-Haul and then transporting them across several states is nearly as stressful and futile as trying to run away from lava in swim fins. I know this because my boyfriend Duncan and I moved from Montana to Oregon last month. But as harrowing as the move was for us, it was nothing compared to the confusion and insecurity our two dogs had to endure. Our first dog is - to put it delicately - simple-minded. Dogs Don't Understand Basic Concepts Like Moving Dogs Don't Understand Basic Concepts Like Moving
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Paleo-Future - Paleo-Future Blog I've never thought of my allergies as a big deal. Sure, my peanut allergy has caused an emergency room visit here and there, and my dad used to pick me up from sleepovers because of my emphysema-like wheezing around cats. No big thing, right? But a few years back it seemed about time I went to see an allergy specialist and get a comprehensive list of the things my body hates. I found myself shirtless, laying on my stomach in the doctor's exam room with twenty pricks in my back (which isn't nearly as scandalous as it sounds). A constant tingle ran through my body, but all I could think about was how comically small the exam room table appeared under my enormous body. Paleo-Future - Paleo-Future Blog
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Roppongi Hills Garden Pond - Tokyo, Japan When the Roppongi Hills urban development project opened in 2003, it quickly wowed Tokyoites with its office towers, art museum, deluxe hotels, and prestigious shopping. The most curious part of the development, however, is not its flashy design or luxury buildings, but the small garden that separates the office and cinema complex from a local TV studio. Here, amid sunbathing office-workers and locals eating lunch, sits a quiet pond ringed by reeds and irises. The pond itself dates back to the late eighteenth century, but that's not all: The pond is filled with tiny silvery fish - fish from beyond this world. The pond's medaka - a species of small freshwater fish once common in flooded Japanese rice paddies but highly susceptible to pesticides and fertilizer run-off - are descendants of those bred aboard the 1994 Columbia Space shuttle before its fateful mission. Roppongi Hills Garden Pond - Tokyo, Japan
Geocaching Geocaching Geocaching /ˈdʒiːəˌkæʃɪŋ/ is an outdoor recreational activity, in which the participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called "geocaches" or "caches", anywhere in the world. History[edit] This is where the very first Geocache was placed by Dave Ulmer, 360° panorama view WikiMiniAtlas 45°17.460′N 122°24.800′W / 45.291000°N 122.413333°W / 45.291000; -122.413333. By May 6, 2000, it had been found twice and logged once (by Mike Teague of Vancouver, Washington).
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The 6 Most Baffling Things Every TV Ad Assumes Are True | Cracke Commercials are duplicitous. They are designed to elicit the same response from us as a burning fire; our interest level is minimal at best yet we can't tear ourselves from a constantly shifting image. Advertisers do this to protect the absurdity in every commercial, encouraging viewers to watch, but not too intently that reason might step in and say, "What the fuck is going on here?" The 6 Most Baffling Things Every TV Ad Assumes Are True | Cracke
The universe is full of weird substances like liquid metal and whatever preservative keeps Larry King alive. But mankind isn't happy to accept the weirdness of nature when we can create our own abominations of science that, due to the miracle of technology, spit in nature's face and call it retarded. That's why we came up with... What do you get when you suspend nanoparticles of iron compounds in a colloidal solution of water, oil and a surfactant? Did you guess Zima? The real answer is ferrofluids, though you should be proud if you just knew what "surfactant" was. 7 Man-Made Substances that Laugh in the Face of Physics | Cracke 7 Man-Made Substances that Laugh in the Face of Physics | Cracke
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6 Insane Coincidences You Won't Believe Actually Happened | Crac 6 Insane Coincidences You Won't Believe Actually Happened | Crac Normally at Cracked, we're all about finding answers to tough questions. Whether we're using simple science to explain day-to-day nuisances or showing that the world's "greatest mysteries" actually have totally obvious solutions, we're always trying to strengthen our status as leaders in the extremely specific field of "Informative Comedy Websites That Occasionally Feature Explosions of Male Nudity." Most recently, we found an idea that seems totally crazy -- how three different people invented Harry Potter at pretty much the same time -- and recorded a podcast where we came up with multiple explanations for how it could've happened. And only one of our ideas involved ghosts.
R v Dudley and Stephens R v Dudley and Stephens R v Dudley and Stephens (1884) 14 QBD 273 DC is a leading English criminal case which established a precedent, throughout the common law world, that necessity is not a defence to a charge of murder. It concerned survival cannibalism following a shipwreck and its purported justification on the basis of a Custom of the Sea.[1] It marked the culmination of a long history of attempts by the law, in the face of public opinion sympathetic to castaways, to outlaw the custom and it became something of a cause célèbre in Victorian Britain. Facts[edit] On 5 July, the yacht was running before a gale, around 1,600 miles (2,600 km) northwest of the Cape of Good Hope. Though the weather was by no means extreme and the vessel was not in any difficulties, Dudley gave the order to heave to so that the crew could enjoy a good night's sleep. As the manoeuvre was completed, and Parker was sent below to prepare tea, a wave struck the yacht and washed away the lee bulwark.
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So, the headlines say somebody else has died due to video game addiction. Yes, it's Korea again. What the hell? Look, I'm not saying video games are heroin. I totally get that the victims had other shit going on in their lives. 5 Creepy Ways Video Games Are Trying to Get You Addicted | Crack
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It’s happened. The first complaint about the content of My First Dictionary... the book. Fortunately, bookstore owner and blogger Josie Leavitt – who describes her encounter with an unhappy customer in the article “A Censorship Issue” over at Publishers Weekly – is the level-headed sort, and recognizes that it’s simply wrong to let one person decide what books other people can and cannot read. But I can sympathize with her niggling feeling of uncertainty when faced with an upset parent. While part of me feels secretly thrilled to have enraged a likely member of the self-righteous brigade, I don’t set out to genuinely distress anyone. Actually, I began MFD with the hope of making you laugh. My First Dictionary
Every grizzled mentor worth their salt will tell you that success takes a lot of work. Getting a good job requires an education, good health requires discipline and good hair requires vigorous conditioning. But science says that while those high-octane achievers may make more money and climb the career ladder faster, it's the slackers who prevail in the end. Just consider... 6 Slacker Behaviors That Science Says Are Good For You
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