:: Sunday, August 01, 2004 ::
Now that Tour stuff is leaving my system, let's see if I remember how to serve up some links...
This Atom films Shockwave movie parody of Woody Guthrie's song This Land stars GW Bush and John Kerry. - found via Kit of Cat
Revenge of the Sith
That's what Episode 3 of Starwars will be called when released in May 2004.
A new Batman Movie is in the works. This looks completely different than the cod piece foam padded suits of recent memory. Check out the trailer. The site Warner Bros site doesn't have much else yet... The first costume tests were not too successful though. Found via eclecticism
So you remember floppy disks? Remeber formatting them in DOS? Check out this screen shot. What a big disk you have...
A plumber does his business on the road.
space Ship One X-Prize attempt date
Burt Rutan's Scaled Composites group is going to go for it's X-Prize attempt Spetember 29th, 2004. to win the prize they would have to make a second successful attempt by October 13th. More from this MSNBCarticle.
A Sardine Museum?
OK, how about an exploding Sardine Museum? those Japanese are sooo much more advanced than we are. :)
Dude you getting a Dell?
Or a Gateway? Apparently someone is using stock photos for their back to school campaigns...
Well, in California, why use hay powered ponies when you can play polo on the Segway two wheeled transporters. QT Movie. Found via cubicforce (Cubic has some NSFW stuff, so be warned...)
Woman caught stealing gas at the pumps has to stand at the station wearing a sign...
From the Globe and Mail: Bushy Bandits having a Ball
Apparently there are squirrels in Edmonton that steal your balls. Golf balls that is. And from the New Scientist, Squirrels are like bats and communicate via short range ultrasonics.
If there was ever a reason to switch to the Apple...
Hey finally something else to take pictures of instead of just H2Hummers. Take pictures of dirty cars and email them in. Reminds me, I should wash the CRV. :)
LOTR body jewellery
So you like the Lord of the Rings? How about a belly button ring?
Francis Crick, who along with James Watson discovered the double-helical structure of the DNA molecule, died Wednesday of colon cancer. He was 88. More from CNN.
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