Thursday, August 31, 2006

Kill the Teletubbies

This game is pretty cool, you can take out those tripped-out mutant Teletubbies with a chainsaw or guns.

Time for "Tele Bye-Bye"!!!

War of Words

This would be absolutely fascinating...

President Ahmadinejad of Iran wants to debate President War Monkey of America live on TV:

"I suggest holding a live TV debate with Mr. George W. Bush to talk about world affairs and the ways to solve those issues," he said.

"The debate should be go uncensored in order for the American people to be able to listen to what we say and they should not restrict the American people from hearing the truth."

HAHAHA! Bush couldn't even pull off the debates against a compliant American opponent (Kerry) without looking like a jackass to anyone with a brain. Besides, everyone knows the spoiled idiot prince doesn't think he has to explain himself to anyone, since he is "The Decider".

Friday, August 25, 2006

Eating Monkey Chow posted this great, idiotic experiment by a human who ate nothing but pelletized 'monkey chow' for a week and recorded the daily results. (Spoiler: He didn't die or grow hair all over his body.)

Click Here for LinkHelping the cause of undernourished monkeys
and lazy humans everywhere.

Powers of Ten

Click below for an old (but mind-expanding) video that simulates zooming in and out of the universe by 'powers of ten'. It's a noble attempt at visualizing the near-infinite scale of the perceivable universe.
Also see my previous post about our Fractal Reality and the Universal Mind.


Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Mighty Optical Illusions

I can't get enough of optical illusions or any kind of visual novelty. Mighty Optical Illusions is a blog devoted to being a database of these trickeries of perception.

One of my favorite optical illusions is the Spanish Magic Castle, which you can see here.

Wednesday, August 16, 2006


The place in Lebanon where Jesus turned water into wine has become yet another glaring example of the brutality of war. The human race is still a bunch of greedy, fearful apes acting like animals. There's nothing civilized about blowing each other up over territory, resources, or delusions of righteousness. It's unbelievable how technologically advanced we are as a species, and at the same time we are so primitive in behavior. Unburying the Dead in Qana Qana Airstrike photos

When the world is led by madmen, the world is going to go mad...

Ethics 101

• Morality:

"Irish Refused Bombs Sent to Prestwick Airport."

• Immorality:

"U.S. Rushes Bombs to Israel"

Internet Soul Portrait

This is pretty neat, from

Check out this gallery by Mazmedia.
Bare-bones layouts of popular websites, minus text & graphics.
You can see what site it is by the web address.

The most profound?

Google, of course:

Borat Movie

I've been watching trailers and skits of "Borat" on YouTube and I can't wait to see this movie!
Sacha Cohen is crazy and he was pretty good as the French jerk in Talledega Nights with Will Ferrel.

I have to post one of the funniest picures I've ever seen, of Borat at the Cannes Film Festival. You've got to have balls of steel to even pose for this.


Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Amazing Vector Art

Seen on (link):

Check out this link to see mind blowing images created in Adobe Illustrator. I work in Photoshop & Illustrator every day, and the fact that can create these images in a vector program is just unbelievable to me. I wish I weren't so friggin' lazy sometimes. Oh well... I guess I just don't find spending hours making a realistic-looking naked chick in Illustrator to be a top priority.


Seen on

A disturbing look into the deranged world of the neocons from Tom Tomorrow:

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Saturday, August 05, 2006

Middle East Infographic


This visual representation from the NYT of the tangled situations in the Middle East caught my eye.

It's hard to simplify the complex events going on throughout the world, but sometimes visual representations are the most efficient way to convey such large-scale situations & ideas.

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Here's another dramatic representation of a stark political reality from the UK's Independent: