I think I must obtain this. A Kama Citra poster, starring a host of extraordinarily flexible citras. ("Note: Adam Wan and Sofawolf Press make no claim as to the applicability of the Citra techniques presented herein to the human form, and are not responsible for any injuries suffered in attempts to replicate them. However Adam Wan accepts full credit for any you actually manage to master.")
Or, for those on a more restricting budget, maybe just print a copy of this week's VG Cats out. =:D (So that's what a "donkey punch" is.. its application to Enron seems delightfully apt)
Seen by ysengrin by the De Young museum, "Child with Giant Hare" by Arthur Putnam.
|Now this looks like a pretty cool projector. Only suitable for darkened rooms, at 25 lumens, but that said, it's palm-sized, weighs one pound, has native SVGA resolution, and is lit by an LED module rated for 10,000 hours, for $380. Perfect for guerilla cinema - just open up the laptop and start showing shorts in the street. =:D|
Want to know what a Boltzmann Brain is? (Best read after the first caffeine of the day. Or other psychoactives =:)
Dragon Riding for Beginners
And Bob Bassett's latest is well worth a look. Never has ultimate evil been so utterly adorable. ^_^
Quite a fun look back at the Lisa, in the form of a Lisa emulator, available for OS X and Windows. "Another thing you'll notice about Lisa is that there is no Quit option. You can set everything aside, set the document you are working on aside, Save and Continue, and Save and Put Away, but you can't Quit. The reason you can't quit is because all of the programs are always open. The LOS is totally document oriented."
"The Rev. Lonnie W. Latham had supported a resolution calling on gays and lesbians to reject their "sinful, destructive lifestyle" before his Jan. 3, 2006, arrest outside the Habana Inn in Oklahoma City. Authorities say he asked the undercover policeman to come up to his hotel for oral sex." Reminds me, we never did get an answer as to just why Jeff Gannon had visited the White House quite so frequently, and at such interesting hours.
Hee! The poll results from the previous entry are looking quite amusing in places. I must give off some interestingly mixed signals.. =:D
And thanks to andy_squirrel for pointing out there's a third - and definitely the best so far, despite the absence of frolicking bunnies - trailer for the Simpsons movie over here. Speaking of which, the trailer for the ATHF movie is also now up, with a beautifully cheesy fantasy-style poster. (.. and what's Neil Peart doing in there?)