So that's why stedman is always smilin'...
LiLMynx sells home stripper poles. ( You know you want one. ) I found this 'lil' tidbit from the website about home pole dancing particularly interesting:
'Many celebrities are involved in this new arena as well, including Paris Hilton, Teri Hatcher, Natalie Portman, Carmen Electra, Sheila Kelley, Daryl Hannah, and even Oprah, Pamela Anderson, Jennifer Aniston, Angelina Jolie, Goldie Hawn & Kurt Russel ( sic ) , and countless more are rumored to have stripper poles in their homes.'
Oprah?! So that's how she lost the weight this time around. I have to admit though, I'm a little intrigued by that Kurt Russell revelation.
Et, Phone Mom. Say something nasty.
Hmmmm... using this handy little tool you can deliver a voice call to any number using a fake electronic voice. Oh yeah, you can also fake the CallerID info. Of course, such activities are at best impolite and at worst illegal, so I'd never suggest that any of you out there use this service to deliver interesting messages to... oh, I don't know... the White House? Still, the possibilities for mischief are really quite mesmerizing. Just remember kiddies, if you go in directly, your IP address can be logged, but if you use one of those handy Internet Anonymizer services first...
John Boko was a wood chippin' man, yes he was...
419Eater specializes in scamming the scammers. They take special delight in engaging 419 grifters and getting them to jump through hoops in hope of the big payoff. Make sure you check out the galleries where you can see photos of scammers duped into photographing themselves balancing loaves of bread on their heads or holding signs that read 'Phil Mycracken with semen.' It's pretty funny stuff. Also be sure you read the saga of scammer turned sculpter ( for a fake art grant ) John Boko. It's priceless.
So, What do you get when you cross a Muskellunge, a rhino, A cockatoo, a gator, a skeeter, and a lemur?
The fine folks the Minnesota Association of Rogue Taxidermists—yes, you read that right, Rogue Taxidermists—have put this wonderful little toy on line. It allows you to mix and match parts from a number of different creatures to create your own special beastie. Those of us anxiously awaiting the release of Spore will really appreciate it. The rest of you can just make something freakish and email it to a friend. I called my beastie 'Clyde.'