While I am not a huge fan of PETA, they have a pretty interesting and entertaining way of getting their point across in this case. Link below the break as it decided to auto-play for people…
Obliterating Animal Carcasses With Explosives There are times when it is important to remove or obliterate an animal carcass from locations such as recreation areas where a carcass might attract bears, at a popular picnic area where the public might object, or along the side of roads or trails. Large animal carcasses can be particularly… Continue reading I (heart) weird government publications
In reply to: Does the $20 or $50 trick (bribe) work for upgrades Hello MR CUSO I represent certain AMERICAN AIRLINES INTEREST IN AFRICA. As a SENIOR ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN to CHIEF ELECTED OFFICIAL GERARD ARPEY I have recently been promoted to start NEW ROUTES TO LAGOS NIGERIA. Due to systems malfunctions during computer installation, I… Continue reading Flyertalk really needs a “Like” button…
What is Darth Vader’s diagnosis? The manipulations of Anakin Skywalker, also known as Darth Vader in the “Star Wars” saga, have long been ascribed to the Dark Side of the Force. Now, psychiatrists suggests that the actions of the Jedi Knight could be used in teaching about a real-life mental illness. A letter to the… Continue reading Dark Lord of the Petulant?
Apparently There Is A Meat Vending Machine In Spain Spain is a magical place. How do we know this? Because they apparently have a meat vending machine. Said vending machine is located outside a 100-year-old butcher shop and allows customers to buy meat around the clock. The vending machine features meats, sausages, sandwiches and other… Continue reading Spain, not Japan? Seriously?
Via Slashdot… Jack Watkins, 25, and engineers Chris Hayes, 24, and Dave Sibley, 25, have succeeded in crossing Italy’s Lake Garda in a huge, inflated bouncy castle. “Great Britain has such a great tradition as a seafaring nation and we really feel we have played no role at all in adding to this,” admitted intrepid… Continue reading 3 Men In A Boat, sort of…
Kidding, although it does sound like an interesting place to visit for other reasons than the translation of “twelve months.” In other news, I’ve been super-lax about updating this (even ignoring the 3+ weeks when there was no server running at all.) We’re finally sorta-kinda moved in. Some house-related posts coming up one of these
Here’s a phishing email I received: Important: You’re getting this letter in connection with new directions issued by U.S. Treasury Department. The directions concern U.S. Federal Wire online payments. On January 26, 2009 a large-scaled phishing attack started and has been still lasting. A great number of banks and credit unions is affected by this… Continue reading Meta-phishing.
Sadly, e-sheep is gone, but Saturnalia lives on thanks to the Internet Archive. (Above link not safe for work.)
Solving Problems by Declaring Parts of Your Life to Be Non-Canon Must read comic strip, via Jim at work.
Forwarded email humor, courtesy of Fester: Zen Sarcasms 1. Do not walk behind me, for I may not lead. Do not walk ahead of me, for I may not follow. Do not walk beside me either. Just pretty much leave me alone. 2 The journey of a thousand miles begins with a broken fan belt… Continue reading Zen Sarcasm