Posts Tagged ‘potpourri’

Squeezin’ Out The Hot Links

Sunday, 30 December 2012

Ana Gloria and Ronaldo, Havana, 1957

Visit Rose at The Coffee Shop and sit next to the virtual fireplace.

Via the Transnational Pupshaw Association, this is Problematic. Click through for the vid.

Abandoned Paintings – the Classics depopulated.

Oh, man. They wasted Periwinkle.

“It’s a kite!” “No, it’s a camera!”

Francis Alÿs‘ animations.

Top image: Ana Gloria and Ronaldo, Havana, 1957. (Click the pic for a bonus.)

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Oil-Finish Steel Hotlinks

Sunday, 9 December 2012

Sh*t My Students Write.

Chaetopterus pugaporcinus aka the pigbutt worm.

Cool exhibition of Conway’s Game of Life here.

Nice collection of Living fossils.

Nan goes Christmas shopping in Singapore.

If you’re going to run over your own kid, do it with a Landrover.

A Twinkies inker exposed.

It’s a girl, my lord, in a flat bed Ford. Winslow Arizona trompe l’oeil. (Only criticism – there oughtta be a Jackson in the upper window instead of an eagle.)

Ugly house photos.

Cutting a torus – The Möbius Bagel [via].

On Anthropogenic Global Warming, this is a fun read, and educational, too.

For those who think this blog is about Raccoons, here ya go. [h/t A.U.]

In compliance with Stacy McCain‘s Rules Numbers 2 & 5 on how to get a million hits on your blog, we took a vote and figured why the hell not.

Top image found here.

EZ Hot Links

Sunday, 29 July 2012


The FBI is still trying to solve this puzzle. It’s part of a murder case that’s still open, and recently we received a new analysis in a comment. 31 March 2011 post updated here.

Celebrity googly eyes [via The Presurfer]

Think you’re pretty smart, eh? Take this short quiz [via Bits & Pieces].

20 clever rulers. Here are 15 more.

Viking baseball and other medieval games. (You got a bat? I’ve got an axe.)

Very very very cool – Google Maps street view of Antarctica. [via]

Hot Links From Around The Globe

Sunday, 3 June 2012

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Great watercolor paintings of scenes from war-torn Afghanistan by British illustrator Matthew Cook. [Kudos to TR reader Nikolay Kotev for posting it.]

If you haven’t seen the vid posted here, it’s worth the 15 minutes. An OWS boy learns about collectivism from someone who lived in Soviet Russia… and he LISTENS.

Orlando Florida, home of Disney World, Epcot Center, and these pretty people.

Give your kids nightmares the easy way. Buy these. Sin duda todos estaremos de acuerdo en que el mejor sitio es delante de la taza del váter.

The latin name for it is Blobimus Maximus.

Any of you on Twitter? I am, but only for the purposes of collecting followers with the promise of tweeting absolutely no content. 20 or so get the joke. I haven’t “followed” anyone, yet I’ve been pre-blocked and reported as a spammer by some.
Think about that.

This a must read for everyone. We’re talking Freedom of Speech.
[Parental Advisory - disturbing content.]

#Occupy Hot Links

Sunday, 6 May 2012

99% LMAO. Video to Free the Angels of #OWS.

Twitter lollageness here. https://twitter.com/#!/search/realtime/bunkstrutts

Faber College & Delta House.

Everything you can think of that’s cool on piano can be found here.

Interesting website that debunks myths and stereotypes of autistics, with testimony.

The only limit is yourself at Zombo.com.

Got some polarized glasses for watching 3D movies? Put ‘em on, walk into the bathroom, look in the mirror and close one eye.

This site blows me away.

Lonnie Johnson, inventor of the single-note guitar solo.

Lonnie Johnson, inventor of the Super Soaker.

Old Plank Road & Oiled Earth Road.

Top image is from this collection of Awesome graffiti.

Take off your coat and pull up a Hot Links

Sunday, 12 February 2012

The Crappercycle is designed to save paper toilet seat covers. Really.

“Sit Better – Fit Better – Feel Better – Naturally Better” is the motto of the manufacturer of a toilet seat made especially for wide loads  help you  5#!+ better. Really.

Here’s a clever fixture that allows evacuation without even pulling your pants down. Really.

Like music from the WWII era? Here you go.

Free cabin porn [via Woosk].

A five year old identifies corporate logos [via Miss Cellanea].

Goths Up Trees is self explanatory.

Big Bad Wolf is big (and dead).

Cool photos here.

Bunk Johnson.

We now conclude our broadcasting day.

The Hotlinks Next Door

Sunday, 18 September 2011

Too stupid not to share.
Slow to load; worth it for the lulz.

Penn Gillette speaks about charity, government and God.

Bizarre: Spammer arrested in Montreal.

Do Not Click This Link, especially if your speakers are turned on.

How to draw The Simpsons by a Simpsons Artist.

In Ten Words is a nice theme blog. Ten words max per post.

What kind of man follows Tacky Raccoons? Dan dances with dogs, but also shreds the blues.

Attack Waaaaatch!  Can you imagine the msm outcry if any GOP candidate put up a website like that? The whole Big Brother concept of “Attack Watch” is so ill-conceived and smarmy, I’m stunned that Obama’s reelection campaign staff would even consider such a bone headed stunt. Regardless of your own political affiliation, you’ve got to admit that the video is funny.

Our cat just hacked up a fur ball, and dissed the President:
“Brak. Braaak. Barrrraaack!” I’m gonna snitch.

Hot Links of the Beat Generation

Sunday, 14 August 2011

Geese Teeth here.

Zoom Zoom Zoom” by Jimmy and the Barbarellos is great a capella.

What’s your favorite number? Tell this guy.

Click and scroll down for the Snooty Cam. You’ll like it.

Interview with a 1-year old, with subtitles.

It’s A Good Life” was a short story written by Jerome Bixby in 1953 that was turned into one of the creepiest Twilight Zone episodes ever.

Beat Generation was written by Rod McKuen.

The Late Country Dick Montana had a solo EP. Listen to snippets here (NSFW).

Wow. I’d never heard of “Action Park.” This amusement park was so dangerous the owners were forced to buy additional ambulances for the local hospital.  Lemur King mentioned it here, with additional links here, here and here.

Heading to Senegal this summer? An English-Wolof dictionary might come in handy.

Conway’s Game of Life is a fun curiosity from a few decades ago.

Ever seen a hook-faced conehead? You will if you click here.

Hot Links In The Night

Sunday, 3 July 2011

Interview with the amazing Jim Woodring from October 2010; here’s his website. We also support the Transnational Pupshaw Association – Official Declaration is on the right sidebar.

Swimming with a dolphin.

Remember the original theme song to the 1960s TV series “Flipper?”

To make up for the previous link, check out the Sistine Chapel. Michelangelo was a busy guy.

Lots of banana art and sculpture here.

Mr. Blobby.

All things DEVO.

Baby Zombie Rats With Trichinellosis Hot Links

Sunday, 22 May 2011

Title of this post courtesy of Lemur King.

The history of the mouse [via Neatorama].

WOW. The U.S. Library of Congress now has a free on line “National Jukebox” with a huge collection of recordings going back to 1900. WOW.

Mr. Obvious: The Critter.

DON’T FALL FOR THIS FRAUD. I almost did.

Here’s a collection of biker tatts. [h/t Ken A.]

Trig functions interactive thingy is kinda cool.

Chris leaves notes around NYC and takes pictures of them.

Cheese + Onions Forever.

Falling cubes of Jello in slo-mo.

Pendula waves.

This guy is the King of the Trolls. CD player for sale.

This WILL keep you busy because it’s pure awesome. Really.


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