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Daily 7-9

Headline browser links. Amusing tidbits from around the world for your enjoyment.



Sports heroes; oh, how the mighty have fallen:
http://espn.go.com/page2/s/list/fallfromgrace.html?partnersite=espn

The forgotten museum of Henry Wellcome:
http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/en/medicineman/

An action RPG playable through a web browser? Cool:
http://www.smokymonkeys.com/triglav/index.html

I hope someone else sees the irony in this. (Although he does have a few good points.):
http://www.internetisshit.org/

Maybe this is the kind of stuff he also had in mind. (Text not safe for work, sort of.):
http://members.aol.com/_ht_a/sarahella7/marykateandashley.html?mtbrand=AOL_US

Or this?
http://www.sta.cathedral.org/~wardo/MeatheadPage.html

Game Time! Hate Clippy, the Word helper? Well, Xtract him:
http://www.corporatedump.com/clippy.html

Heem Man, or, a dumb super hero cartoon gag:
http://www.area29.com/flash/index.php?a=heem01

What? You liked that? Okay, here's some more Heem Man:
http://www.area29.com/things/special/heemman/

Game Time! Here's a collection of games from a site, that while not in English, aren't hard to figure out or play:
http://www.uzinagaz.com/

Flash can be a powerful tool in the right hands. These, however, were not the right hands. (Not safe for work, people with taste, and those who really can make Flash kick ass.):
http://www.schmank.de/flash/lickit.swf

Martian vs. Cow:
http://www.soulis.co.uk/animations/martianvscow.htm

Who knew the Hulk was hung? (I mean, he never did rip the pants, did he?):
http://www.thesun.co.uk//article/0,,2-2003310256,00.html

One word '60 seconds' go:
http://oneword.invisibleland.tv/

Boohbah! (Don't ask, just play.):
http://www.boohbah.com/zone.html

Matrix table tennis:
http://www.fazed.net/common/content/out.php?id=1674

Excuse me, random cute cat moment:
http://cats.about.com/library/graphics/pandoracenter.jpg

Kid arrested for assault with a dairy weapon:
http://kmed.com/script/headline_newsmanager.php?id=177818&pagecontent=weirdnews

Finally, someone's got Stonehenge all figured out. And here I thought it was just a big sundial:
http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/s898079.htm

CBC poll: What the world thinks of America. Interesting outcomes:
http://www.cbc.ca/news/america/poll.html

Stories from horny minds:
http://www.hornyminded.com/story/

The world directories of pasta shapes and names, or, know your noodle:
http://www.professionalpasta.it/Dir_1/go_1(1).htm

Pop Cult. Because someone needs to remember these things:
http://www.popcultmag.com/oddglimpses/oddglimpsesdefault.html

Now I want this monitor for my computer:
http://www.panoramtech.com/products/pv230.html

Proven ways to prevent sex. Wait, did I just say 'Prevent sex'?!:
http://www.thespark.com/features/sex/sex.html

Ultimate IQ Test. Personally, I'm with Einstein on this one:
http://home.hetnet.nl/~rijk42/iqtestlinks.html

A resource for science and learning:
http://www.allsciencestuff.com/

The Midwest's Premier paintball park is also the Best Christian Paintball park? Anyone else confused? Silly Christians:
http://www.promisedland.com/

I think I'll stick to comic books:
http://www.manwoman.net/

Now THIS is a class picture:
http://www.pupinc.com/files/pictures/private_school.jpg

I have no idea what it's about, but it's a damn cool site:
http://www.tokyoplastic.com/menu.html

And you thought our water was polluted:
http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story2&u=/030704/170/4l8z7.html&e=13

A website for every cat owner:
http://www.katpuke.com/

From the makers of Velcro Mullet comes Camel Toe Cup (probably not safe for work.):
http://bressler.org/bits/CamelToeCup.jpg

Homeland Security, the board game (Well, sort of.):
http://www.metrotimes.com/homelandgame.asp

For the woman who hates to sleep alone. Real product of Taiwan:
http://bbs.sina.com.tw/usr/372/372_12899360.jpg

Look at the picture, read the article, then look at the picture again:
http://www.sparklet.com/~royce/trams/hair/

And finally, here's some food for thought. an article originally printed in February of 1950, on the technological advance to be seen in the next fifty years. Makes you kind of wonder what went wrong, huh:
http://architecture.mit.edu/house_n/web/resources/articles/lifeinthefuture/MIRACLES%20OF%20THE%20NEXT%20FIFTY%20YEARS.htm

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