Archive for November, 2009

Great Gift Ideas: Chess on a Budget

Monday, 30 November 2009

Kit includes (1) Sharpie Pen and (1) Deck of cards. Provides hours of head-scratching fun.

[Found in here.]

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Mickey Possum has a good attitude.

Sunday, 29 November 2009

Mickey Possum is omnivorous.  Mickey Possum eats snails and slugs and cat detritus.  Mickey Possum poops in your gutters.  Mickey Possum has no shame.  Mickey Possum has a sister named Sascha.  Mickey Possum laughs at you behind your back.  Mickey Possum has a good attitude.

Mickey Possum says, “Hi!”

[Found in here.]

Saturday Matinee – 5 Buddys with Schweppes

Saturday, 28 November 2009


This week’s features are brought to you by Schweppes. [Found here.]


Buddy Hackett on the tonight show. Wait for the story about the duck.


Buddy Holly rockin’ out in 1958.


Buddy Greco. Serious Lounge “Whoa But Hey” music.


Why Buddy Rich doesn’t use a match grip.

The ever awesome Buddy Guy. Here he is teaching Blues 101, but y’all know that’s just not enough, so down below is  “Five Long Years” live at Montreal. Enjoy the weekend, folks.

The .Gif Friday Post No. 107 – Lenticulations with Tilt-Shift!

Friday, 27 November 2009

[Found here via here. That 2nd source has an excellent collection of .gif animations with links. Unfortunately, some of the animations are several MB of hugenesss; we're talking Browser Crash Time, even on Firefox.  I warned ye...]

Happy Thanksgiving

Thursday, 26 November 2009

“…and look, honey! We don’t have to thaw it!”

[Found here.]

Antarctica kicks U.S. butt. Not cool. But exposing a Hoax IS.

Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Antarctica US size comparison_Bits and Pieces  091020

“I’d like to see a calculation to show how long it would take for its miles-thick icepack to melt at 33 degrees F. Sea level increases wouldn’t matter because if you weren’t living closer to the poles you’d be dealing with 150-200 degree temperatures on the surface. I hear it’s gonna happen in five years or so.”
–Bunk Strutts, 20 October 2009.
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Folks, this post was sitting around for a while, and I was about to delete it except for recent events regarding the AGW hoax debates.  If you haven’t been following, here are some links to bring you up to speed.

Soylent Green’s cbullitt posted the error data cluster from the AGW folks at East Anglia University’s world renowned Climate Research Unit.  (BTW, thanks for the hat tip cbull.)

The UK Telegraph chimes in on “Climategate.”

AJStrata has been debunking (gawd I hate that word) AGW for some time now.

Chris Horner of Watts Up With That has filed three NOIs:

“Today, on behalf of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, I filed three Notices of Intent to File Suit against NASA and its Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS), for those bodies’ refusal – for nearly three years – to provide documents requested under the Freedom of Information Act.”

Iowahawk dissects the situation. Don’t miss this one.

Even CBS (!?) seems to have gotten the story right. Lookee here.

AND IT’S ALL JUST IN TIME FOR COPENHAGEN! YAY!

[Image found here. Related post here. And here's our  Cache of Related AWG Snark.  Let's make Greenland green again!]

“Y’all go ahead and get to know each other while I fire up the grille.”

Tuesday, 24 November 2009

[Found in here.]

Ha. Ha. Ha.

Monday, 23 November 2009

[Found here.]

Hot Links – Cephalopoodle Edition

Monday, 23 November 2009

And then I’ll call Pup Tentacle

Note that we have once again made Google History by being the first to post the term “Cephalopoodle.” It’s right up there with the first mention and commentary about Igde Pshat. Y’all are cordially welcome.

zen haiku:
knock knock knock knock knock
knock knock knock who’s there? Not that
octopus again

From that same link comes this great Zen google translation:
“Neurotic he is already.You can repair the way the octopus laugh : it is like empty.”

Congrats to Hanan of GrowABrain for the new addition to his family unit.

Tribute websites exist for just about everything, including the WWW. Don’t badmouth Artemus Gordon.

Interesting lecture on creativity by Sir Ken Robinson. I don’t agree with everything he espouses, but it’s an entertaining commentary on the public education system.

Given that a circle is comprised of line segments, and that each segment is tangent to the center of that circle, then the simplest circle that one can draw is an equilateral triangle.

Soldier’s Mail came from a comment on this post. Good stuff.

Military Magazine is still a good read. Get a free copy and decide for yourself.

Oh, and BTW, Hobotopia rocks.

Stealth

Sunday, 22 November 2009

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