People like this give 'obsessive' a bad name
As you know, we've come to believe that the WWW exists primarily to give people with too much time on their hands an outlet to cry out into the ether for help. Meet Winter. Winter is a man on a mission. His mission? To have a cup o' joe in every company owned Starbucks in the world. He frequents roughly 10 different Starbucks a day, which puts him a ahead of the pace at which the company opens new stores—barely.
Ascii me no more questions, i'll tell you no more lies
A hyperkinetic ode to ASCII art set to a pulsing beat. I don't know if it house or techno or what. I go to Charlie's to 2-step fer chrissake. I just know that it's very very loud, very very pulsing, and very very cool.
do you want a mountain dew coke or a pepsi coke?
Veiling your obsession in quasi-academic trappings doesn't make it any less obsessive (though it does make it more amusing). This site plots the usage of the words pop, soda, and coke to refer to a carbonated beverage. It has a very lovely map showing the data that would make Edward Tufte cream his pants. Once again, what was that about the WWW and too much time? (BTW, I'm from the South, so it's a coke, damnit. I only use the word soda now to get by among you Midwesterners)
c-c-c-c0me on! th-th-they've got to be k-k-k-k-iiiiding!
A support group for gay stutterers.
OK. It's official. There's a support group for everyone on the web. I haven't found the one for one-armed Estonian hair-lipped duck herders yet, but I'm sure it out there. BTW, have you ever seen a hair-lipped duck? It's tragic.