Friday, September 01, 2006



Apechild has lots of funny stuff on it. Plus, the ApeMaster seems to have a fetish for women's tennis stars, and especially their underwear, so if you want panty pics of Anna Kournikova or Maria Sharapova, this is the place to go.

Readymech has some free plans for paper robot models that you can download, print, and assemble. All you need is a printer, some cardstock or similar thick paper, an X-Acto knife, and some two-sided tape. Good times!

Today, I turn 9,559 days old. And no, I didn't do the equation to figure that out. I'm not THAT sad. I just punched in my birth date at

If you're like me, then you're a lazy college student. Maybe you didn't quite finish (or start) the book you're supposed to be reading for your literature class. In that case, the guys at AntiStudy have what you need. There are links to summaries of over 500 novels, plays, and poems available for free. The only site they don't seem to link to is the original slacker helper, CliffsNotes, even though they too offer free summaries of good quality. I would also like to point out that you can find pre-written essays to slap your name onto them through AntiStudy. If you choose to take that route, then I happen to know for a fact that you are a twit and a cheat who doesn't even belong in an institute of higher learning -- you should probably just resign yourself to a life of waiting tables or working a cash register, because your professors will find out (they all know about the pre-made essay sites), and you will likely be expelled from your school for cheating and plagiarism. On behalf of all students who actually write their own papers (even if they fail to read the assignment), I would like to say GO TO HELL.

But I digress. This is supposed to be a links page, not an editorial. Back to the linkage.

The Darwin Awards are always good for a laugh, unless you have some objection to laughing about other's misfortune and deaths. If that is the case, then you are a weirdo. This is the official site of Wendy Northcutt, who has a series of books that compile all the best occurrences of natural selection. From the website: "We salute the improvement of the human genome by honoring those who remove themselves from it."

Google Earth is the coolest program ever. I find myself opening it up to look for something specific, and then I end up spending an hour just flying around looking at random things.

Lots of things have been said about our current president. Some are true, some are just opinion. Definitely true: he lacks public speaking skills, despite having been a public official for over a decade. Check out Slate's frequently updated list of Bushisms.

Prison Break has already begun its new season. House starts on Tuesday. Yes, it's that time of year again, when all the best network shows begin their new seasons. Find everything you want to know about your favorite TV shows at They have schedules, cast information, episode guides, and lots more.

Finally, check out Spongeback Mountain. A little dated, I realize, but still funny.

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