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Morris Dancers dancing to Morse Code - courtesy of my gaming group.
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From a mailing list I'm on - Let it load, and then wait a couple of seconds.
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I am very amused. My wife speaks french - she was even more amused! Be sure to run the video in lower right corner.
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OK, today's Google logo is just weird!
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A pointer to another National Film Board of Canada piece prompted me check YouTube for one of my favorites of theirs.
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Enjoy it!
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Go check out - it's an amusing combination of Lovecraftian Mythos and It Came Upon a Midnight Clear.
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Today was 'run to Red Wing' day - we went shopping, and visited the step-son - he's in jail (I'm not talking about why except in person).

While we were out, we went to a Chinese restaurant for dinner - I got this in my fortune cookie:

Fortune Not Found:
Abort, Retry, Ignore?
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I couldn't resist posting my answer on this meme!
LogoThere are:
people with my name
in the U.S.A.

How many have your name?

I happen to know that there are at least two of me - the last I knew, the other one was at some post-secondary school in Colorado.


I see - he's now working in the Division of Child Care for the Colorado Department of Human Services.

The FAQ at explains that about 10% of the people will not find their first name listed, and a different 10% will not find their last name listed. This is due limitations of the data released by the US Census.


Sep. 4th, 2006 06:57 pm
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Fic: No Rest for the Hunter

Notes: In Nomine, Steve Irwin, humor

Warning! If you don't know about the RPG In Nomine, it's not going to make much sense!


Aug. 31st, 2006 08:18 pm
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Courtesy of [ profile] azurelunatic, the Final Exam from:

Computer Science 313 - Religious Studies 401
Christian Theology from the Perspective of UNIX System Administration
Spring Semester, 2006

Be certain to read the comments - a group of them is someone's answers!
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In this post, [ profile] ccfinlay reports what happens when his son combines "If I Only Had A Brain" from The Wizard of Oz with a George Bush impersonation.

The results are likely to warm any liberals' heart.
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Seen on a mailing list - Pack of Angry Chihuahuas Attack Officer
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My darling step-daughter, [ profile] kosmickitten, wants to acquire 130-some empty wine bottles, preferably with labels and corks, in the next six months. When asked, "For what?", her reply was "a project". Further pressing for information yielded that it's a recreational project. Her tone of voice and general reluctance led me to ask 'who are you picking on?' "What makes you think I'm picking on someone?" "Your reluctance to give me any more specific information."

I told her I'd ask my friends, but I'd tell them it was for an unspecified practical joke. She allowed that that was acceptable.

I wonder if she realizes just how much room she's going to need to store 130-some wine bottles?
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Go look, they're celebrating Mozart's birthday!

Also, putting in "miserable failure" and clicking on 'I'm feeling lucky' still leads to the same amusing place it did a week ago. I'm surprised.
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Go to, enter "miserable failure" and click on "I'm feeling lucky".

Warning: this post contains liberal-bias humor.
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Forget who pointed it out, but Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett present New Year's resolutions of the demon Crowley and the angelic Aziraphale
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courtesy of [ profile] patgund

"If Christmas was a Jewish Holiday"

Here's their disclaimer -

Please note: We hope that our readers understand that as a religious holiday, Christmas is totally incompatible with Judaism, and the very thought of it being a Jewish holiday is ludicrous. Therefore, we have avoided all references to the religious aspects of the holiday, and tried to focus only on those aspects which have pervaded American culture. Our intention has been to provide a good-natured, humorous parody, to use those cultural aspects of Christmas to illustrate some of the methodology and details of Jewish law. It is a very fine line we are treading, but we hope that we have insulted neither the Torah, nor our Christian friends.

Go. Read. Laugh!


Dec. 21st, 2005 01:58 pm
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Google has a nifty logo up today - looks like it's the first of at least two.


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