February 07, 2004

Atrios Tires of the Pro-War Hypocrisy Atrios writes a suberb essay on how the violence is getting worse in Iraq and the hypocrisy the the pro-war people. He targets warbloggers, Paula Zahn, Andrew Sullivan, Ahmed Chalabi, Jim Hoagland and liberal hawks. It's aided and abetted by the "liberal hawks" who for the most part seemed to just want to prove they have bigger testicles than the rest of us. But, why the hell should anyone listen to them? They were wrong, and I don't really care about reading their tortured essays of self-evaluation. I say it didn't matter whether or not Saddam Hussein had WMD. The Bush administration don't need a reason 9in their collective minds.)
I knew science would explain this.
Create your own conspiracy theory. Or try the Warner Bros. option, the pull-down menus, or the Internet Conspiracy Generator. Or, lastly, the George W. Bush Conspiracy Generator.
419! Small wonder these Nigerian types keep sending those stupid emails: the returns can be spectacular!
Thanks for the Memories: a whimsical and charming Flash perspective on our ties to Saddam Hussein. Enjoy.
Qwerty. [more inside]
Valentine's Day Cards For The (Dis)Enchanted. {via Boing Boing}
Quality Control. The plant was also perturbed that they "did not hear the title in some songs." It seems that a logical doublecheck for most WEA manufactured albums is to match up the lyrics with a tracklist of titles. It had to be explained that the songs on this album don't necessarily feature the titles shouted out in the choruses. . . . Manufacturing was undertaken at the customer's risk. An amusing story from Damon and Naomi's website. more inside
What the hell? Anyone wanna buy a Bulgarian scammer? Only 25 available...

February 06, 2004

Too good to let MeFites have all the fun. The Kiss. more inside
Now tonight you're going to twice be entertained by them. Right now, and again at the end of our shew. Here they are, The Beatles! Let's bring 'em out!
Curious George: Laptops The dreaded expensive computer purchase more inside
Weapons of Mass Destruction Related Program Activities Song The scary thing is sounds like what passes for a country music hit these days. When Johnny Cash couldn't get radio play for his last album then something is wrong.
American domestic propaganda during World War II. Fascinating pamphlets including "Do You Want Your Wife to Work After the War?" and "Can the Germans Be Re-educated?" As the site says: "The American Historical Association produced the G.I. Roundtable Series to help win World War II. Or so they were led to believe. In fact the U.S. Army sought the pamphlets as part of a larger effort to prepare for the transition to the postwar world, and represent a novel effort at social control. "
Curious George Follow up on this Question. I'm trying to create ten second samples of the beginning of songs. [more inside] more inside
Avant-garde art, Iraqi style. From Kevin Sites's blog, the story of an Iraqi propaganda artist who is now free to paint what he likes.
Wozzat you say? Words to the left of us, Words to the right of us, Words may look familiar but fuddle the wits of monkeydom -- Wot does it mean? more inside
Just in time for valentines day! The talking Ann Coulter action figure.
touchy-feely : sock puppet paintings. Not getting any comments over at MeFi, but these are worth a look. [via Mefi]
Ass Hunter In this online game you are a hunter going against savages that only have one thing on their minds. NSFW
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