Colossal Colon Kicks Off 20-City Tour Don’t miss out on a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to crawl through the Colossal Colon when it comes to a city near you in 2003. The 40-ft. long replica of the human colon is on the road, courtesy of the Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation, to raise awareness of early detection… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: December 2002
Hosting Controller looks interesting. Anyone have any experience with it?
A bleary-eyed notice from TeamBilly HQ: No more Visine. Doc’s exact words: “Unless you’re an actor and need a quick fix, don’t use the stuff. Use artificial tears or something better. But not Visine.” Apparently the quick fix you get from tetrahydrozaline works, but when it wears off you go right back to swollen eye… Read more »
Here is probably the strangest thing I’ve ever seen posted on craigslist: Eat a Football on Network Television for Fame and Money (Los Angeles)Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor Real! A strange new variety series that will air on a major network seeks a professional competetive eater who would be able to eat an entire NFL regulation leather… Read more »
Some things just deserve a link:The Church of Michael Bolton of Latter-Day Saints @ Saint Aardvark the Carpeted.com
Is there really such a thing as a tableless, CSS-based, liquid, three-column layout?!
It just took me two hours of programming and slamming my head against the desk to realize that Cookies get saved according to the exact URL of the site. I kept trying to delete the cookies of domain.com when I needed to delete the cookies of www.domain.com. That is annoying.
If you’ve been trying to find Gregg Easterbrook’s column on Salon and you can’t, it’s because he switched to ESPN.com’s Page 2. From now on, you can get your weekly doses of TMQ right here.
After watching highlights of several of his runs from yesterday afternoon, I’ve come to the conclusion that Michael Vick cannot possibly be human.
In basketball, Spurrier averaged almost two-thirds of the points scored by his high-school team, led them to their local championship twice, and was selected to the All-State team in 1963, his senior year. That same year, he also played shortstop and pitched his team to a second state baseball championship, an accomplishment that Spurrier says… Read more »