From the 'Wish I had thought of it' files
The concept is simple enough. Make little flags with Bush's pic on them. Stick said flags into piles of shit. Photograph them. Then make the flags available for download and encourage people around the world to do the same. Interestingly most people are choosing to make their contributions 'anonymously.' I can't imagine why. Our country encourages open discussion and dissent, right? Right???
OMG ROFLMAO, SIR!
People aren't exactly lining up for the armed services nowadays, so the military has to find new and innovative ways to lure recruit our youth. If you saw Farenheit 9-11, you got a little taste of the depths recruiters sink to. Now there is this. The official My Space home of the US Marine Corps. Here you can watch a few videos, download some desktops, and, of course, contact a recruiter. I know MySpace is making an effort to crack down on child predators. I wonder if this is on their radar.
But where the hell is the horse statue?
RobertReedFan32 has put together this Flickr stream of photorenderings of the interior of the Brady Bunch house. It seems he's spent an inordinate amount of time watching old episodes and figuring out just exactly how the house was laid out. He then put the information into a CAD program and created a 3D map of the interior. Now he can put the camera anywhere in the house and generate a view from that location. This represents a tremendous amount of work. 10:1 it was done on company time.
Loser + loser = Whatever
For those of you who seek all your entertainment online, and are so socially retarded to not even be able to seek out the anonymous, physical contact of a backroom, there is now World of Datecraft. You can find virtual love with other social inepts. I did a quick search and learned that a man seeking a man had a multitude of studs to choose from. ( Well, 25 actually. w00t! ) I also noticed that everytime I logged on there were nine people online. Does anyone besides me think that perhaps it was the same nine people?