Testing . . . 1,2,3

Don’t know who you are? OkCupid has a battery of tests that’ll tell you several things, some of which may be accurate. Or not. They’re a better-than-average means of wasting some time while waiting for…

Separate Beds, Please

A million people will blog this, but it’s the sort of thing you just can’t ignore . . . Philadelphia Daily News | 05/18/2006 | A GENITAL REMINDER

Of Private Dick, &c.

No . . . nothing smutty. If you’re into stop-motion animation (an underappreciated art, I think — the creators of same have the patience of Job), Tennessee Reid Norton might appreciate your stopping by at…

“. . . why don’t we just take the safety labels off of everything and let the problem solve itself?”

Actual brilliance, bowel-splitting hilarity, flat-out stupidity . . . from fools such as thee and me: QDB: Top 100 Quotes

“The hump is moving! The hump is moving!”

Rick Mercer recently met up with Jann Arden and — somehow — convinced her to climb onto a bull. Jann, should you inconceivably not know of her, is a Canadian treasure; she’s an award-winning singer-songwriter…

I *thought* the Kung Pow Chicken was a little chewy . . .

BBC NEWS | World | Asia-Pacific | China ‘selling prisoners’ organs’ China ‘selling prisoners’ organs’

Duck seen with dart in its head

BBC News spans the planet. It’s a hoot to see headlines like this mixed in with terrorist coverage and bird ‘flu disaster planning. BBC NEWS | England | Coventry/Warwickshire | Duck seen with dart in…

About Wednesday

On Wednesday, the van’s sway bar broke. You can drive quite comfortably with no sway bar — you tend to lean a bit on corners — but a broken sway bar is less safe; when…

It Does! No it Doesn’t! Yes, it Does!

People with grapefruit-sized brain tumors will be pleased to know that — currently, anyway — prolonged cell-phone use just might be responsible for the tumors’ appearance. Well, ’til the industries fund another report that says,…

Diablo II LOD Error

I recently decided to resurrect Diablo II and its expansion pack. After installation to my laptop, however, this remarkably explicative error popped up: Unrecoverable internal error 6f88c2af Funny . . . it didn’t hurl obfuscation…