Do this and never fly again—ever
So who is Kip Hawley, and just why is he an idiot? Kip Hawley is the head of the Transportation Safety Administration—you know, the brainiacs who think you're going to combine your toothpaste and mouthwash to make a bomb. To protect us against this danger, Kip and Co. originally banned all liquids from airplanes. They have since relented and will now allow you to carry on travel sizes of liquids, but only as much as you can carry in a sealed one-quart Ziploc bag. ( The rationale here apparently being that small liquid bombs are OK. ) The proprietors of this site recommend that you protest by decorating your Ziploc with the phrase 'Kip Hawley is an Idiot.' Of course, doing so will probably land you on the no fly list faster than you can say 'Kip Hawley is an idiot.'
Faces of ( Little ) Death
Lots and lots of people filmed, faces only, at that most intimate of moments, the one the French refer to as la petite mort ( the little death ) . You know, 'the Big O'. No, not Oprah, we're talking orgasm, cuming, load dropping. The site is pawned off as art, but at $14.95 a month for a subscription you might find your money better spent at a site like DaddyHunt.com or even MilitaryConfidential.com . That is unless you really like watching the faces of eurotrash while they whack off. If you do that's OK, but before you try to pass it off as art, please take the quizzes below...
Here's one for the Art majors
Two quizzes for all you artsy types out there. The first asks you to look at an abstract painting and determine whether it was painted by an artist, a pre-schooler, or an elephant. The second quiz asks you to look at an abstract painting and decide whether it was worth $1 or $1,000,000+. Oh, and for the record, I could pick out ( and prefered ) the elephant's paintings, but I couldn't tell the difference between the preschooler's and an abstract artist's work.
And here's one for art lovers
Dr. Seuss--now here is an artist I can appreciate. This site has Dr. Seuss paintings and illustrations for sale. The illustrations are the stuff you know from his books, but the paintings are amazing. ( If any of you are feeling extremely generous you can send me a print of 'Myopic Woman.' It's a steal at $1,295. ) Even cooler, though, is the 'Gallery of Unorthodox Taxidermy' which consists of sculptures of Seussian creatures that contain the horns, beaks, and antlers of real animals. Sadly, the Tufted Gustard is sold out. Fortunately, the Semi-normal Green-lidded Fawn is still in stock.