Random Game March 6th, 2001 @ 12:44 pm PDT
Where does she find this stuff?! The Random Game is an incredibly addictive on-line game. To really do well, be on the lookout for the Coin-Flip Round and use my strategy: “Click often.”
online game February 28th, 2001 @ 9:06 am PDT
There is nothing like a completely useless, meaningless toy to brighten your day. <big grin>Thanks, Zannah!</big grin>
Guess The Evil Dictator February 12th, 2001 @ 2:13 pm PDT
Guess The Evil Dictator / Sit-Com Character is kind of funny if you have a few minutes. Here is a line from the FAQ: How does this work? Monkeys. Lots and lots of monkeys. Actually, version 1 was written in C, used a flat file database, and a lot of recursion. Version 2 was written […]
Jesus Dress-Up January 17th, 2001 @ 6:57 pm PDT
On the off-chance that I wasn’t going to hell already, I present you with Jesus Dress Up.
Anagram Generator October 29th, 2000 @ 8:20 am PDT
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.
Rock Paper Scissors October 26th, 2000 @ 12:22 pm PDT
Want to try and best me at a game of digital Rock, Paper, Scissors? Go on, I dare ya.
Shotgun Rules October 20th, 2000 @ 9:26 pm PDT
I like the rule All shotgun arguments settled by “rock, paper, lethal injection.”
BrainTaxer October 11th, 2000 @ 11:26 am PDT
Have a go at Howard Bickel’s Braintaxer, another fine creation from the folks at the Internal Revenue Service.
Bryan J Busch Quote Contest August 29th, 2000 @ 7:54 am PDT
Hot, Hot, Hot Getcherbuttrightouttatown! Thank you. Thank you very much. No, really. I love the applause, but … oh. No, you’re too kind. Yes. Thank you. It is a wonderful joy to have finally won The Quote Contest at re-run. Go on, now. You’ll have to start playing now, you realize? <grin>
stuff & nonsense August 23rd, 2000 @ 10:51 pm PDT
Congratulations to Matt! He knew almost all of the random references I posted on Monday. He and Dan are the only ones who even attempted, and Dan admitted that he researched most of them on line. Here are the answers: 1984 – George Orwell The Rime of the Ancient Mariner – Samuel Taylor Coleridge You’ve […]