Jokes October 29th, 2000 @ 7:47 am PST
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 […]
Gator Links October 27th, 2000 @ 9:09 pm PDT
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 […]
Experimenting with Homosexuality October 27th, 2000 @ 8:37 pm PDT
If you’re not reading the miniwetlog, you’re missing links like: Area Man Experimenting With Homosexuality For Past Eight Years.
Submethod October 27th, 2000 @ 6:10 pm PDT
There’s a hunka buncha cool schtuff at SUBMETHOD. I found SUBMETHOD from a slick blog called Spinning Away.
Self-Building Test October 27th, 2000 @ 5:55 pm PDT
Here’s a very surreal Self-Building Test that I discovered through the memepool.
Lifeshots October 27th, 2000 @ 11:10 am PDT
Excellent! Lifeshots is back and better than ever! You. Go. Read. Now. And then submit something.
Monty Python in LEGOs October 27th, 2000 @ 10:46 am PDT
At Bryan‘s home I found an awesome link to Monty Python and the Holy Grail … re-enacted with LEGO people.
Andrea Spencer – GirlHero.Org October 26th, 2000 @ 4:52 pm PDT
“We are a disenchanted generation, and we don’t even care enough to be hippies.” Andrea Spencer
Jean Cocteau October 26th, 2000 @ 3:39 pm PDT
“The worst tragedy for a poet is to be admired through being misunderstood.” Jean Cocteau
links October 26th, 2000 @ 2:17 pm PDT
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 […]