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In need of Big Stompy Scalies on the big screen? rigelkitty passed on this trailer for D-War. Doesn't look like there's much of a story, just lots of RAR and BOOM.

I imagine everyone's safely there already, but in case you've not noticed, FA is at furaffinity.info until the usual domain's pointed to the new server's IP. [Edit: everything's back to normal]

Apparently, the citations listed in the online OED for its draft entry for "crunk" are from rec.music.hip-hop. We live in exciting linguistic times, people.

A good posting, and one with which I'd largely agree, on the nature of crime and legislation - the various main categories, and their roots. The issue of medical licensing seems to conflate unrelated issues. The author's comment at #39 makes more precise assertions with regard to psychoactives, with which I'd particularly concur.

Something unusual I came across the other day, of perhaps some interest to a few folks: the Devo Print Archive, comprising some 300 pages of scans of newsletters, magazine articles, and other Devolutionist miscellenea.

As pointed out by relee, I think I need to check out Happy Kitty Bunny Pony: A Saccharine Mouthful of Super Cute. Perhaps the library can get a copy in. ^_^

Found by hawthorn - not quite worksafe, but so adorable..

I thought ysengrin might be interested in the curiously fascinating origin of "CPR Annie", the world-famous rescucitation training mannequin.

The Simpsons Movie - worth seeing. ^_^ As others have remarked, it does feel somewhat like a long TV episode, but that's not such a bad thing - the pacing's not always even, but there's a very good "hit" rate for the jokes. (Favorite line? You can probably guess =:)
 
 
 
 
 
 
Heh! There definitely were some great lines. I'm pleased to see they can still manage to turn out good Simpsons after all this time, especially given how lousy some of the more recent eps have been. (Though I'd still like to see a Futurama movie.. reminds me, I wonder what the schedule is for those forthcoming new episodes?)

Being a foodie, I loved Flanders' cocoa preparation.. =:D (Foo! There's none in the house.. hmm. Maybe the deli in town sells something especially good - Ghirardelli's powdered chocolate is exquisite, but they don't seem to have much distribution outside California, regrettably. For a milk chocolate, the cocoa content's surprisingly high - around 35%, IIRC, so it's got the warm richness of a milk chocolate, but still a hearty cocoa flavor as well)

I think I might well buy the DVD when it appears - easily worth seeing again, at least. (Even when money's around, I buy far fewer DVDs than I did a few years ago, as I realised I often didn't rewatch them at all)

'Course, I had to chuckle at the blackboard joke in the opening.. ^_^