October 06, 2005

Never eat anything bigger than your head Python: 0, Gator:0.

October 05, 2005

Tommy and Katie are expecting a baby. I'm expecting to be horrified. Yes, we here at MonkeyFilter normally discuss the loftier aspects of life, but we're always open for some good ol' Tommy-bashing. Gentlemen, start your slander..! more inside
Care Bear Stare! We Monkeys could invent better catch phrases with our tails behind our backs! I know, of course, that you can't 'make' a catch phrase, but silliness must prevail in the face of logic. Propose three, and, if desired, how and when one might say them. more inside
The threat -- avian flu. The Bush response. Reaction to the Bush response.
Baby sloths. Lily the biter, Mogli and Mogwai, Nemo, and more. [via] more inside
The Mad Revisionist A "series of essays dedicated to the manufacturing of truth through the discarding of evidence." Sample articles: The Moon: A Propaganda Hoax and The Parthenon: A Post-Hellenistic Fabrication.
Another Gospel This month, a book (.pdf) comes out, which will expose who really wrote Shakespeare's plays. Not everyone trusts the scholarship the book is based on, however.
Curious George movie coming He looks a little weird, and Yellow Hat looks like Inspector Gadget... we'll see.
Shark-Be-Gone In light of all this ocean hysteria among Monkeys - the shark attacks, self-impaling-and-impregnating giant squid, and now the gooey glowy things - here's some better news. Though it won't save you from giant balls of snot or an amorous Arcteuthis, it could make a shark think twice about bugging you in the water. more inside
Dolphin taught to sing the 'Batman' theme - beat that, chimps. more inside
Giant Balls of Snot
pallalink / from osaka, japan [via]

October 04, 2005

Bike Pr0n Fantastic photos for fixie fetishists.
Kirk-Spock romance website. Tons of fan art and stories. (first pages SFW). If Kirk & Spock aren't your thing, there's a whole smorgasbord on Usenet (NSFW). via
Curious Six Degrees Name Dropping George. Six degrees of separation between you and everyone else in the world, they say. But I bet Monkeys could get to famous people with fewer. The rules: A degree counts only if you know someone and they *also* know you by name. Let me start: my sister works with someone whose sister lives in a French village close to John Malkovich. John knows her by name. That means I'm four degrees away from Malky. Perhaps he'll let me crash at his house. more inside
RIP Nipsey Russell Nipsey Russell, who died Sunday at 81, was a pioneering black comedian who was successful enough to became ubiquitous as a guest on game shows, among other venues, setting him up as the kind of celebrity of whom nobody is quite sure how he got there or why. Yet Russell was part of a generation for whom appearing in regular television roles was itself a step forward.
Anonymous George: need advice on gastroplasty, etc. My fiancée Pat received a call last night from her Aunt Janet telling her that Pat’s 54 year old mom, Carla, was admitted to the hospital for breathing problems. more inside
Xena and Gabrielle, together forever. Scientists have dubbed celestial object 2003 UB313 'Xena', and her orbiting moon 'Gabrielle'. Aww... so cute. more inside
Ronnie Barker has died. Star of The Two Ronnies, Open All Hours and my fave, Porridge, died today aged 76. Ah. Sorry for the newsfilter, but he was a top funny chap.
Illiterate sets up library. ...nearly all the books are mysteries. Born into a poor family, he dropped out of school after third grade and, at 51, is practically illiterate...books, he knows, are the gateway to a life of greater possibility and more promise than his own. So bloomed the passion that has consumed Leite's free time over the last two years: transforming his home into a public library...
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