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October 31st, 2000 @ 2:43 pm

The ESPN Florida/Vanderbilt preview is good, but it doesn’t mention that Florida QB Jesse Palmer sprained both ankles in last week’s win over Georgia. That means Rex Grossman will get the start. Grossman was benched last week after throwing three interceptions in the first half, but Spurrier was forced to put him back in the […]

October 31st, 2000 @ 7:50 am
NATO Phonetic Alphabet

I’ve sort of had it in my head for a few days now to look for the words they used to use in old WWII movies for each letter of the alphabet. You know, a = alpha, c = charlie, etc. Serendipity strikes again! This morning I found this link in the memepool mailing list: […]

October 30th, 2000 @ 10:03 pm

I finally took the What’s Your Flavor? quiz at eMode and it told me, “Yum! You’re cinnamon. Explosive and utterly red-hot, you’re as tasty as they come.”

October 30th, 2000 @ 8:45 pm

Add the Song of the Moment to your SHF!

October 30th, 2000 @ 8:28 pm
Sub Honker Filter / blogTracker

Dan is the Man! He created the Sub Honker Filter, which is an excellent tool to track which weblogs have been updated recently. If you create an account with the Sub Honker Filter (SHF), you can choose the blogs you like to read regularly and the SHF will let you know when your selected blogs […]

October 30th, 2000 @ 5:54 pm
College Football

The Most Important Thing on the Internet! The Second Most Important Thing on the Internet! The Third Most Important Thing on the Internet! The Fourth Most Important Thing on the Internet!

October 30th, 2000 @ 4:03 pm
Blog Publicity

Stop the Presses Whoa! Blogs got a plug in a Wall Street Journal article this morning. Read what the rest of the world is going to think about us now: “Combining the personal perspective of a journal with the vast databank of cyberspace, a good weblog can take you in a hundred different directions in […]

October 30th, 2000 @ 12:12 pm
1st Birthday Spectacular

The 1st Birthday Spectacular is something you just don’t want to miss!

October 30th, 2000 @ 8:38 am

A lady who lived in Los Angeles had two pet monkeys of which she was very fond. One of them took sick and died. A couple of days later the other one died of a broken heart. Wishing to keep them, the kindly lady took them to a taxidermist. The man, seeing how much she […]

October 29th, 2000 @ 8:20 am
Anagram Generator

I just discovered – after visiting Brendan’s On-Line Anagram Generator – that you can rearrange the letters in my dad’s name to spell Animal Wiggle.

October 29th, 2000 @ 7:47 am

You’ll have to forgive me. Sometimes I just can’t help myself. Doctor: I have terrible news, sir. Not only do you have cancer, but you also have Alzheimer’s. Patient: Well, that is horrible. At least I don’t have cancer. Patient: Doctor, you have to help me! I think I’m a set of drapes! Doctor: Oh […]

October 27th, 2000 @ 9:09 pm
Gator Links

The Florida Team Report from CBS For the first time in nearly a decade, both No. 8 Florida and No. 13 Georgia come into “The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party” with every reason to believe they can win a title with a victory Saturday. This is a game that has earned something of a mythical […]

October 27th, 2000 @ 8:37 pm
Experimenting with Homosexuality

If you’re not reading the miniwetlog, you’re missing links like: Area Man Experimenting With Homosexuality For Past Eight Years.

October 27th, 2000 @ 6:10 pm

There’s a hunka buncha cool schtuff at SUBMETHOD. I found SUBMETHOD from a slick blog called Spinning Away.

October 27th, 2000 @ 5:55 pm
Self-Building Test

Here’s a very surreal Self-Building Test that I discovered through the memepool.

October 27th, 2000 @ 11:10 am

Excellent! Lifeshots is back and better than ever! You. Go. Read. Now. And then submit something.

October 27th, 2000 @ 10:46 am
Monty Python in LEGOs

At Bryan‘s home I found an awesome link to Monty Python and the Holy Grail … re-enacted with LEGO people.


“We are a disenchanted generation, and we don’t even care enough to be hippies.”
Andrea Spencer


“The worst tragedy for a poet is to be admired through being misunderstood.”
Jean Cocteau

October 26th, 2000 @ 2:17 pm

Like Food.Com, here’s another site that I’m kicking myself for not having visited sooner. It’s pretty nifty and I dig it. Movie and Television Quotations! I like this one from L.A. Confidential: “Come to Los Angeles. The sun shines bright, the beaches are wide and inviting, and the orange groves stretch as far as the […]