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April 30, 2006

What's the best thing you got? WHAT'S THE BEST THING YOU GOT?
More about bananananas. I never did know when to stop. Wait and ye shall hear/see.
and finally...a little sumthin' for tha ladies...Mr. Murray Hill!
If more preachers were like this, I might go back to Church. OK, maybe not, but.. Flash video of a public access show, with an African American Preacher, with a 'different' kind of approach. The first part has annoying funk music in the back, but it clears up when he starts talking to the satanist phone-in caller. NSFW due to bad language. HAW HAW
John Kenneth Galbraith, one of the most interesting economists of the second half of the 20th century, has died aged 97. Galbraith was a very good writer and a provocative social commentator. more inside
President Announces Tony Snow as Press Secretary more inside
Stephen Colbert sticks it to Bush - to his face. Bush = not amused. hehehe! Oh, I love it. more inside
Exporting green and leafy water Agricultural exports, including fresh fruit and vegetables, are an important source of income for many developing countries, but also threaten the future of those same producers. "Irrigated agriculture accounts for 70% of the freshwater used globally", while only a part returns to the environment. It isn't just in Africa; in India and in North America, all over the globe, water supplies are being stretched to the point of near breaking. more inside

April 29, 2006

Ho Hum Just carrying em all in me head is screwing with the multi-tasking circuits.
Watch paint dry. (Flash) Oh those wry polymer scientists. Previously
The Four Beauties of Ancient China (larger pictures), one of whom may have been fictional. Two were patriots who sacrificed themselves for their country, while the last was traditionally blamed for almost toppling a dynasty. more inside
Nuestro Himno Bush is an Anglo-centric chauvinist. Whoda thunk it?
See Like a Bee Compound eyes? OK. 'Apply a little ultraviolet light and heat, and a gumdrop of polymer transforms itself into an artificial bug eye. The advance could lead to small, inexpensive wide-angle cameras for surveillance, biomedical imaging, and other applications.'
I Got Crabs
Camaraderie building at work? By spanking? Touch-feelie employee bonding sessions appear to have gotten out of hand. more inside

April 28, 2006

The Aphrodite Project. Shoes for prostitutes. (SFW) more inside
Kymaerica WTF? Can some one 'splain this one? I like joking the mundanes as much as the next monkey, but these guys seem to have a complete alternate world history with no explanation of what's going on or how to participate even though they ask for donations. via Boing Boing
Foamy rules Foamy is my hero. Hilarious, some more than others.
Rembrandt's 400th birthday is coming up in July this year. Here's the Webmuseum's introduction to Rembrandt, and here's Rembrandt's house. According to legend, Rembrandt had a pet monkey: when it died, he was so upset he painted it into the family group he was working on at the time, causing the client to reject the picture. Some say the picture still exists, but I'm not convinced myself.
Rock Goddess, Jayne County
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