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Another random doo-dad people! It's a map, you see, and you can add little points next to areas that you think deserve little points, like next to where you live and the like. Some of the stuff on that page is a little buggy, the sidebar links don't work (the "Home!" link beneath it does, though), but the part that needs to work works so it's all good. Enjoy yourselves.

Double click to post a little marker where you are comfortable telling us as somewhaere close to where you live. Zoom out for more of the world (you know, my many international readers) or zoom in for a better view of people who know me outside this blog. If you wan't to tag somewhere other than were you live just to point it out, feel free.

Thank you MyGuestmap

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Posted on 29 July, 2005 | Post Page |
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It's like listening to the radio after living under a rock for a year so everything is new and different, but with no moss.

THE TOFU HUT
Fluxblog

These links here are the two most awesome things on my blogroll. They are MP3 blogs, lists of MP3's their authors like and a few words on them. Not everything they have is good, but all of it is interesting and every once and a while it's something awesome. What's odd is that all this is about as illegal as Grokster, I mean it is file sharing without permission from the copyright holder, but the music industry knows about these sites and has yet to do anything about them (Hell, the Fluxblog guy gets paid by some label for, well, doing something like what he does on his site). These sites do take down the music after some time so they do stay on the good side of the labels, but it's still in the gray area legally.

Note: TOFU is currently not updating because of some kind of hosting/he's busy problem, but it's still cool.

List of a bunch of other MP3 blogs from TOFU.

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Mmmmm, Hot Coffee

Dear Sen. Clinton:

I'm writing to commend you for calling for a $90-million study on the effects of video games on children, and in particular the courageous stand you have taken in recent weeks against the notorious "Grand Theft Auto" series.

I'd like to draw your attention to another game whose nonstop violence and hostility has captured the attention of millions of kids — a game that instills aggressive thoughts in the minds of its players, some of whom have gone on to commit real-world acts of violence and sexual assault after playing.

I'm talking, of course, about high school football.
Hillary vs. the Xbox: Game over
Via Slashdot, Boing Boing and just about every other geek site in the known universe.

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Posted on 27 July, 2005 | Post Page |
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Todays ~random moment~

I read a user review on media critic that called a movie
Well made. Moving.

But aparently not moving enough to warrent saying anything else.

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How 'bout greatest Luxembourgian?

You might that heard that The Greatest American, as chosen by the definitive authority of a blind Internet poll, is Ronald Regan. Yep, over George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln. This is because, you know, ending communism (except in the most populated nation in the world) is a greater good than ending slavery. And in the same vain, selling missiles to an enemy is not as bad as having an affair with your slave. Anyway, I dare anyone to name the The Greatest Canadian with out looking it up (No, it's not Wayne Gretzky. He's number ten). Can't? Don't feel bad. I bet no one in Canada knows who Ronald Regan is.

Cheat sheat

Posted on 26 July, 2005 | Post Page |
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Todays ~weird things~

Have you noticed that:


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Now you can get all the lazy link posts on one page!

Check out the catagories link on the site of the page. Yep, I'm filing my posts now, so you can see related posts by clicking on the links at the bottom of the post or look for a certain catagory on the del.icio.us page. Why? Because I like crap like this. Also, only recent posts will be filed cause I'm not up for all that work. Now you may wonder why I'm going through all that work yet I can't tell you. That information is only given on a need to know basis.

Also note that all this crap is thanks to this guy: Freshblog: Using Greasemonkey & del.icio.us for categories in Blogger.

Posted on 25 July, 2005 | Post Page |
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It must be the milkman!

More and more people are beginning to believe that Apple (the company who make iPods) are monitoring iPeople everywhere, watching their every move and location gathering intelligence about it's users. It is now becoming a strong belief across the net that the FBI also have some involvement in the matter.

iPods suck! -- ANTI-IPOD -- Rise against this cult! The truth!
You see, the mp3 players are manufactured by Apple, who is a pawn of the government, and the government is in bed with those damn crows!
(hubawha?)
Stolen from
The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)


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Posted on 24 July, 2005 | Post Page |
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I giggle uncontrollably.

An afterword, worded wordily, is a word that proceeds another word. With only one exception, every word that has ever been spoken can be considered an afterword. Afterword: an afterword is a word that is spoken after another word. Since every word that has ever been spoken with the exception of one word is an afterword, what is really significantly more interesting is an anti-afterword. There has only been, and will only ever be, in the history of the universe, 1 anti-afterword. The really ironic thing about the antiafterword, is that it was arguably 'anti-afterword'. See antiafterword

Wikipedia:Revenge of Bad Jokes and Other Deleted Nonsense - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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