And now for something Completely pointless
Back in the day there was a cute little Mac app called Virtual Stapler. It was an animation of a stapler that you activated by clicking on it. When you did, it gave a satisfying stapling sound and then a little counter increased by one. Needless to say it wasn't too long before people were competing to see who could get the highest 'score.' VirtualStapler.com revisits those halycon days, though they inexplicably failed to include the scoring. They do, however, give you a choice of staplers. Amazingly enough, the red Swingline stapler is not an option, an oversight that costs them five geek points.
First Pat Boone, now this. Metallica as you've never heard it before, performed by a pair of harpists. In about five years, this is what you'll hear when you're shopping at Jewel. Lars, you deserve this. I only hope someone is working on accordian and bagpipe versions as well.
Tits. Cans. Hooters. Dirty Pillows. Boobs. Ta-Tas. Bazooms. Headlights. Melons. Milk Jugs. Sweater Kittens. Torpedoes. Whatever. This site has the stories of the largest sets out there, including the two Guinness Record holders for ultimate jugginess ( natural and augmented ) . Pop on over and get abreast of the stories of Maxi Mounds, Norma Stitz and their busty brethren. Learn about the now banned practice of 'string implants' that continue to grow, allowing women to achieve truly gargantuan sizes like 153XXX. Oh yeah, make sure to gape at the pictures too.
My Abortion Sense is Tingling
The Amazing Spider-Man helps Planned Parenthood in this 16-page comic from the 1970s. The surprisingly frank comic tries to help dispel common myths like 'you can't get pregnant the first time' by using a standard comic book storyline: an evil alien is brainwashing teenagers to not use birth control because he wants to steal their babies for slave labor for his home world. This really should be the plotline of Spidey 4. Mr. Raimi, are you listening?