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8 Ways to Prepare Your Pets for War

8 Ways to Prepare Your Pets for War

GoodShit › GoodShit Skip to content Home About Archives Links ← New developments in Turkey and in MidEast Iconic → Posted on June 8, 2010 by postroad | Comments Off This entry was posted in Blog . Comments are closed. Search It! Recent Entries Tourists Swim in Flooded Venice Square – Others wear bathing suits to underwater cafes Zero Point | Watch Free Documentary Online 8 Fascinating Pink Lakes of the World The curious case of the Sherlock pilgrims When Did Obama Know About CIA Director’s Affair? free online games Funny Photos and Videos Support GoodShit GoodShit is Fred Lapides: postroad at GoodShit Archives Feeds Search Blogroll Stats </div> </li> </ul> </div><!

Top 11 Weirdest Burgers: A Tribute Beef: It's what's on the Web! At least it seems there is no shortage of crazy burger pics and impressive (if not a little gross) works of "hamburger art." This homage to the all-American love of beef patties is enough to bring a tear to your eye (and cholesterol to your arteries!). The Sneaker Burger The Burger Pumpkin The Wooden Burger The "Hamburger Fatty Melt" (the buns are grilled cheese sandwiches) The World's Smallest Burger (yes, it's 100% edible!) The 15 Pound Burger (he ate the whole thing - in one sitting!) The Hamburger Dress Lego Burgers Burger Cakes The Inflatable Burger Climb Fabric Burger + Fries And just to round out this ode to artery-clogging goodness: BEEF FONT! [Click Images for Photo Sources]

Lesley Sloss: Cringesloss Advert Calenda... bricktrident.gif (288×152) Complete list of Facebook Chat Emoticons | While playing with Facebook Chat I wondered if it supported emoticons. Turns out it does. But when I tried the >:-) emoticon (a 'devil') and saw it printed as boring text, I wondered, "what smilies does facebook actually support?" So with the help of Safari and some javascript hacking I present to you a complete list of facebook emoticons. smile frown tongue :-P :P :-p :p =P grin gasp :-O :O :-o :o wink glasses sunglasses grumpy unsure cry devil angel kiss heart kiki squint confused o.O O.o upset >:O >:-O >:o >:-o pacman :v curly lips robot Chris Putnam :putnam: Shark Penguin Thumb (Y) (y) Some Facebook users have created their own emoticons for Facebook chat. Here is a collection of some emoticons that are created using user profile images. Rock Sign [[roxsign]] Middle Finger [[midfing]] Enjoy. Updated 21 July 2008: Moved B-) and B) from sunglasses to glasses and cleaned up formatting.

Not Always Right | Funny & Stupid Customer Quotes Nokia Liquid Phone by Rune Larsen A Phone That’s Not Afraid to Mess with Water Among the grievous wrongs done by touchscreen technology, the worst is its disregard for tactile feedback. Without the pleasant sensation of a button being pressed, we are woefully incapable of using any gadget without complete visual attention. This Nokia concept tries to right this wrong by using a small pump to fill a substrate beneath the screen that gives our fingers something to feel and press. Maybe now I can finally type out these posts while driving to work without having to put my coffee in the cup holder. Designer: Rune Larsen

The Meaning of Life by Cliff Pickover The differences between men and women. This is my lastest book: The Book of Black: Black Holes, Black Death, Black Forest Cake, and Other Dark Sides of Life Easily read my latest tweets, for free, here. Return to Pickover's main web page.

Anthropomorphic + Futuristic = Fantastic Floating Homes Futuristic, yet, but not the far-fetched science-fiction fantasy industrial design you might think – the Oculus by Schoepfer Yachts may not be for sale yet but it is already in pre-production mode with naval architects on board, so to speak. Hardly your typical houseboat, it is a virtual cruise ship for the rich and famous who can afford to buy it when it is fully planned and built. The anthropomorphism of this luxury floating home is of course intentional – the front deck like the gaping mouth of a gigantic sea creature and the sleek curves mimicking streamlined oceanic animals. Complete with a swimming pool on top and a futuristic interior design this is far more like a permanent mobile home than a cruising yacht. The smaller and simpler (both adjectives applied relative to its bigger brother of course) version of this spectacular design is the Infinitas, with a more sleek and streamlined profile and a semi-enclosed on-board swimming pool in the center but underneath the shell.

Stupid Tech Support Customer: "Hi, I can't seem to connect you guys are you having a problem?"Tech Support: "Well sir, what dialup software are you using?"Customer: "The one you provided."Tech Support: "And what version is it?"Customer: (says the version number)Tech Support: "Oh, that's the problem you need the latest version."Customer: "Ok, how do I get it?" I hung up. I recently had a problem setting the video resolution on a new laptop. Me: "It seems that the resolution is supposed to be 1900x1200. I had just gotten myself cable modem internet connection, and I was having weird problems with it. Tech Support: "Well the problem is that you are downloading files that are too big. I had trouble downloading an operating system upgrade for a PDA, so I called tech support. Me: "I can't seem to get this download to complete. A friend of mine told me that when he was in junior high school (mid-to-late nineties), they got a computer in the classroom free for the students to use during breaks. "It's a Mac," I said.

The 5 Most Terrifying Civilizations In The History of the World They say that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it, so pay attention for Christ's sake. It turns out that many of our ancestors achieved levels of violence that take them right out of the realm of "badass" and into the less cool area of ball-shriveling atrocity. These are the civilizations you don't want to face during, say, your next time travel adventure. History is kind of spotty on the Celts (they never wrote anything down, and many of the witnesses died brutally) but what facts survived confirm one thing: They had gigantic Celtic balls. First of all, they had a thing for severed heads. If they felt that yours was a head of particular importance, they'd embalm it and whip it out at parties to brag about how awesome they were. The reason for all of these head-chopping-good-times was that the Celts believed that the head held the soul, and so if you cut a dead guy's head off before all of that juicy soul leaked out of it, it was yours. A modern Celt. Yes. It was iron.

World much stupider than returning soldier remembered [TSA] If you ever needed proof that we are lost in a sea of pointless rules designed to make traveling (and indeed life in general) more difficult than it ever needed to be, this is it. The eminent minds at TSA saw fit to confiscate an armed soldier’s nail clippers because he might use them to take over the plane. At this point I would like to point out that he was not armed with nail clippers, he was armed with an assault rifle – which was apparently acceptable because it didn’t have bullets. The icing on the cake, swabbing all of the soldiers returning from a war-zone for explosives residue… of course they all failed – but not as hard as the guy who kept swabbing. In response to all of the comments, please read our update. [Picchore]