Friday, February 27, 2004

local6.com - News - Man Dies After Lying In Yard For Days Refusing Help

This is so sad...

local6.com - News - Man Dies After Lying In Yard For Days Refusing Help: "Man Dies After Lying In Yard For Days Refusing Help"

Thursday, February 26, 2004

I turned on the atom feed

Which is sort of like rss.xml, but I'm not sure if rss.xml is there as well. This will be a test of sorts...

Tuesday, February 24, 2004

Trepanation

This is crazy...

Trepanation

Monday, February 23, 2004

10 Worst Album Covers

Truly, a goldmine of musical history...

10 Worst Album Covers

Wednesday, February 18, 2004

Women get a little competitive...

Tuesday, February 17, 2004

The West Australian

I always wanted to pull a job like in Bottle Rocket...

The West Australian: "s"

Friday, February 13, 2004

Breast for Success - What's really behind the sex-sells antics on The Apprentice. By Dahlia Lithwick

Confessions of a Car Salesman

Awesome article...

Confessions of a Car Salesman

Monday, February 09, 2004

BBC - Science Human Body - Psychology Tests

I just did the "Spt the Fake Smile Test". Got 11 out of 20 right. For the most part, I was more suspicious of people and called real smiles fake, not the other way around. At least I'm not a sucker...

BBC - Science Human Body - Psychology Tests

This is so scary

Thursday, February 05, 2004

These guys are hardcore man...

From Wired News:

It's a Bloody Outrage!
Forget about Janet Jackson's infamous Super Bowl nipple slip. A Norwegian death-metal band's mind-bending show -- featuring sheep heads on stakes, gallons of real blood, satanic symbols and nude women on crosses -- is cranking up righteous rage in Poland. Gorgoroth's Sunday concert in Krakow could land the band's members in jail for up to two years for causing religious offense in the heavily Roman Catholic country. "Onstage there was blood everywhere. About 10 decapitated sheep heads and naked people, alive, on large crosses. Everyone was painted with 100 liters of sheep blood," said the director of state TV station TVP, which recorded the show. "This kind of thing should not happen on state TV and especially not in Krakow, which is the pope's city."