Monday, September 25, 2006

Your Daily... for Sept. 25, 2006

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The God Damn Doo Wop Band

Ripley's Comic Sept. 25

Ripley's Believe It or Not!


The Department of Beer, Photo ID and Sheetrock (video)


It's a good thing that the police take really drunk people off the streets, cause, you know, they might actually hurt themselves:

WFMU's Beware of the Blog: The Department of Beer, Photo ID and Sheetrock (video)

"Dinner with Drac".

Dr. Terror's BLOODCURDLING House of Horrors: Dinner is served.
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The original 45rpm version of "Dinner with Drac".

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The art of Artemis Herber


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John Hodgman - The I'm a PC guy

John Hodgman is a very intelligent man.He is also a very strange man. His book, The Areas of My Expertise (which has just been released in paperback by Riverhead), is an omnibus compendium of probable falsehoods. According to the dust jacket, the arenas of his know-how are centered primarily on “matters historical; matters literary; matters cryptozoological; hobo matters; food, drink, and cheese (a kind of food); squirrels and lobsters and eels; haircuts; utopia; what will happen in the future; and most other subjects.”

Sweet information! - Arts - The Phoenix

He's even got a blog.

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Woman caught growing grass for cow

A POLISH woman who grew marijuana to calm the nerves of her cow has been charged with cultivating a narcotic by police in the western town of Lobez.The cow had been "skittish and unruly" – once breaking a person's arm – until someone suggested mixing cannabis in with its feed, the woman told police."The cow became as calm as a lamb," the 55-year-old woman said, according to the PAP news agency.

Woman caught growing grass for cow | The Daily Telegraph

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Beware the killer teddy bear

A stuffed Paddington Bear turned killer this month at a Fish and Game hatchery in Milford. The bear was dropped into a circular pool by a "person or persons unknown" and clogged the flow of water, killing 2,500 rainbow trout, according to a statement from hatchery supervisor Robert Fawcett."RELEASE OF ANY TEDDY BEARS into the fish hatchery water IS NOT PERMITTED,"Fawcett said in a written statement. He urged anyone who drops a teddy bear in the water to find a fish culturist to remove it. "They might save your teddy bear, and keep it from becoming a killer," he said.

Concord Monitor Online Article - Beware the killer teddy bear - Your News Source - 03301

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