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[Excite] [amusing] Japan to enact laws against platform shoes. (they need to ban flairs too)
[LA Times] [sick] Man rescued from trunk of his burning car
[Brunching] [amusing] What if you dated Voltaire?
[CNN] [stupid] El Nino linked to rise in diarrhea
[Washington Post] [strange] Millions of 10' long worms living in the Gulf of Mexico
(Some Guy) [amusing] Name your baby Shite
(Some Guy) [amusing] Name your baby JackDaniels
(Some Guy) [amusing] More weird baby names: Jerk
(GlobalTV) [amusing] Canadians attempt to enter the Guiness World Record books for ... what else? Playing hockey non-stop for 72 hours.
(Fark) [silly] Urgh.. thought Fark as a childs name was silly? Call your new bundle of joy Retard!
[CNN] [amusing] WWF creates new football league. Promised to be 'all sport'. Try not to laugh too hard *snicker*
[CNN] [interesting] A Golden Year of the Dragon starts this week on the Chinese calendar
(Tripping) [amusing] Tripping the Rift: the next South Park. (Contains some adult themes, so don't download if you're under 18 or at work))
(some guy) [amusing] Confused about what your alignment would be, in RPG terms? This may solve the problem.
February 3, 2000:
(Some Guy) [amusing] On-line fortune cookies with an attitude
[Yahoo] [amusing] New trick to smuggle heroin - embroider it into a rug
[Washington Post] [stupid] Guide to suicide - on Oregon TV
[Excite] [amusing] Indian chief gets a finger bitten off by an alligator
[Washington Post] [amusing] Bengal tiger 1, Employees 0
[BBC] [interesting] Tired of the asteroid scares? Try a supervolcano scare - we have one overdue in the US
[CNN] [strange] Man arrested for stealing porta-potties
[CNN] [stupid] Abba refuses one billion dollar reunion offer
(StarNews.com) [sad] Guard discharges weapon prematurely, on himself
[CNN] [amusing] Bordello suing for right to open a branch in Amsterdam Airport
(USPatents) [strange] An actual patent for a talking Jesus doll
(Kabalarians) [silly] Why you should name your next child 'fark'.
[Washington Post] [amusing] Pope blesses Vatican parking lot ("God's Garage")
[Wired] [stupid] Amazon posts $180 million loss, shares rise on the news
[BBC] [interesting] Prostitutes gear up for the Olympics in Sydney
[USA Today] [amusing] Doomsayers move from Y2K to the 5th of May
[CNN] [interesting] Chocolate may be healthy
February 2, 2000:
[The Onion] [satire] What do you think? The war in Chechnya
(Waco News) [stupid] Ranch in texas get's shelled by army (think this has anything to do with defense cutbacks?)
(JustBalls) [strange] Justballs.com (it's a sporting good store, not an adult site)
[Washington Post] [stupid] Today is the first even numbered date in over 1100 years
(Some Guy) [strange] Thrift store paintings
[Fox News] [amusing] Police track snowblower thief
[BBC] [amusing] Kangaroo crash test dummies
[Excite] [sad] Maude Flanders to be killed off on Simpsons
[Excite] [amusing] Police attempt to finish botched robbery
[The Onion] [satire] Local prostitutes eagerly await dental convention
[Salon] [amusing] Friends don't let friends use AOL
(Some Guy) [amusing] Star Trek = Satan Trek. Bet the guy who owns this site knows CAP
[Brunching] [satire] Test: vote on the following names, are they porn stars or My Little Ponies?
(SomeGuy) [stupid] My Little Pony is a Whore! (Brought to you by the Satan Trek guy)
[Brunching] [amusing] Self-Made Critic's Review of 'Eye of the Beholder'
[Excite] [amusing] If you were in the Canada, you could vote for the CCRAP party.
[AintItCoolNews] [interesting] Disney changes the name of its new animated film from Empire of the Sun to the Emperor's New Groove. Sounds stupid, but here's how it happened, by a Disney insider
[USA Today] [interesting] AOL sued over its destructive 5.0 browser
[CNN] [interesting] ABC is crushing the competition in the ratings war
[CNN] [amusing] Groundhog sees shadow
(MSN) [amusing] The Brit Awards, Britain's version of the Grammys, gives the Spice Girls a lifetime achievement award.
[CNN] [misc.] 45 nations in arrears on UN dues lose their voting rights.
February 1, 2000:
[Washington Post] [stupid] The US Capitol building doesn't pass fire codes - they need 14 years to fix it
[Wired] [interesting] Computer modelling predicts the AIDS virus originated in the 1930s
[Wired] [interesting] Being cranky and paranoid can have negative impact on your health
[Brunching] [amusing] Satan on Punctuation
(The Journal) [silly] Woman gets stuck in the john literaly.
(Some guy) [strange] Serachable Kool-Aid packet photo archive (via MisterPants)
[CNN] [interesting] Alterna-meat, the wave of the future.
[BBC] [ Health warnings on alcohol in England? *gasp*
[BBC] [interesting] Beer, and why it makes you pass out. Great article title too.
(freep) [sad] Man uses inards in an attempt to escape from police (this is really gross)
(DIRK) [amusing] A wierd little word association thingee
[eBay] [strange] Bizarre head ashtray
January 31, 2000:
(Mullets) [amusing] Mullets Galore: a protest site against guys with short hair all over but long in the back
(NandoTimes) [amusing] Woman arrested for receiving a call on her cell phone
(AdCritic) [amusing] For those who didn't watch the Superbowl last night, here's some of the commercials to download.
[CNN] [strange] 8th grades use super-glue surgery to save pet tarantula after brutal fall
[CNN] [interesting] Illinois suspends the Death Penalty, citing having freed more prisoners (13) than it has executed (12) as a potential flaw in the system
[Excite] [amusing] NYC pulls plug on city-sponsored Welfare-To-Work job placements with Psychic Friends
(Slate) [interesting] How the Internet has affected the escort-service industry
[Excite] [silly] eCemetary
[Excite] [amusing] Bush has been fumbling a few phrases here and there, to hilarious effect
(KCStar) [strange] Catholic priests die from AIDS at a rate four times greater than the general public
(Some Guy) [strange] Home page of the International Ghost Hunter Society
(Nerds.net) [amusing] Play Connect 4 on the web
(Altavista) [sick] Contaminated bean dip causing illnesses in California
[Brunching] [amusing] If poems were made into crowd-pleasing movies
(Some Guy) [amusing] Catproof your computer with PawSense
[BBC] [amusing] Legos and Monopoly are tops in the UK
[Scoop This] [satire] The WWF Superbowl ad that ABC censored
[Brunching] [amusing] An interesting stock tip heard in a fancy New York bistro.
[Brunching] [amusing] The Uncensored review of 'The Insider' by the Self-Made Critic
[Washington Post] [stupid] Kids throw a lit lighter into a tank of gas that they are standing on
[CNN] [stupid] Robbery suspect writes stickup note on personal check
January 30, 2000:
(GreenMagazine) [silly] An interview with Emo Philips. It's worth a read just for the gazelle quote.
(YETI@home) [satire] The Search for Yeti... (Humorous, but as parody sites go, it's not quite RealHamster)
(Daze of Our Lives) [amusing] State of the Art 19th Century humor: Adding captions to woodcuts from the 1800's
(ForgetMeNot) [strange] The results when obsessive compulsives become inventors
January 28, 2000:
(Some Guy) [amusing] Michael Jackson: The Beer Hunter
[CNN] [misc.] Hawaii introduces legislation to allow sleeping on the job
(Hecklers) [amusing] Pokemon terror trainer (900k download)
[Movie Juice] [amusing] Movie Juice review of Eye of the Beholder (back in rare form!)
(SomeGuy) [strange] Day of the Barney- part of the evil barney stories
(Some Guy) [amusing] Play with Captain Kirk - This is awesome!
[Yahoo] [silly] Top official says that overhauling the IRS would confuse the public (I doubt that the public could possibly be more confused about the tax code)
[Washington Post] [amusing] Beer Sheba (in the Negev Desert) gets first snow in 50 years
[BBC] [interesting] Scientists can find out where emeralds were 'born'
[Excite] [amusing] Police scandal could mean financial ruin for L.A
(a web page) [sick] Nori - The original nasal passage cleaner
[BBC] [amusing] UK government is breaking up the fierce ice cream monopolies
(WeddingCam) [amusing] Wedding Cam (via USAToday). Live images of weddings in Las Vegas. Not much going on during the morning hours.
[USA Today] [interesting] Cyberventing - creating a website or posting on a website dedicated to ripping on someone or something
[Excite] [sick] Doctors inadvertantly remove man's healthy kidney rather than his sick kidney
(FARK) [survey] Who do you think will have the worst Superbowl commercial and what will it be?
[Excite] [amusing] Compulsory showers for pigs in Denmark
[Washington Post] [amusing] Air Force security man crashes his car into an F-15
[Excite] [amusing] British education officials scrap 48,000 literacy posters with two glaring spelling errors on them
[Washington Post] [interesting] Katharine Drexel to be canonized as a saint - America's 2nd
(Webcrawler) [amusing] Webcrawler searches people are doing right now... danged funny.
(Reuters) [interesting] First it was no-stop toll booths, now it's no-stop McDonalds
(Well...not quite no stop, unless they have a catapult to launch the food into the cars... but that'd be cool, too)
[CNN] [interesting] Maker of Sony Playstation emulator to market the software this summer. Sony sues them like mad.
[Excite] [strange] Man sues favorite hockey team for sucking
(FARK) [amusing] Even the EOD (Explosive Ordinance Disposal) has a sense of humor
January 27, 2000:
[CNN] [misc.] Superbowl promotion involving Nashville police backfires (this is both stupid and funny)
(KSPR33) [survey] Should roads in Springfield MO be made more safe for the Amish? Cast your vote
[Fox News] [interesting] The private sector is pushing toward the moon
(Some Guy) [sick] Free book - How to clean your colon
[USA Today] [amusing] Toll booth operator doesn't show up for work - 7 mile traffic jam builds up
(Some Guy) [amusing] Strange searches from WebCrawler
(InteliHealth) [interesting] Testing to begin on the Marijuana Patch - sign me up, dude!
[CNN] [amusing] The psychology of bad hair days
[CNN] [amusing] Navy pilots train with MS Flight Simulator
(Some Guy) [sick] Urban archeologists dig out old outhouses
[Salon] [interesting] News about the new version of Net Hack (I love this game, been playing it since the mid-80s - Drew)
(MadTbone) [amusing] Need an excuse? See what other people have called in with
[USA Today] [interesting] Digital picture frames
[BBC] [interesting] Update on the castaways (Those people living on an island for a year - last one left wins big money)
[Wired] [stupid] Judge orders DVD-cracking code off the web, but lawyers forget to seal the information in court documents, making it public. Whoops
[MSNBC] [interesting] Credit card thieves trick web surfers into stealing for them
(BOFH) [amusing] The Bastard Operator From Hell archives, by the original author. Just ignore the background.
(some page) [interesting] Accounting geek posts tons of figures on Bill Gates and his money
[Washington Post] [amusing] Actress living in a glass house
[Wired] [stupid] Get ready for loads of .com ads during the Superbowl
[Wired] [strange] Army and NASA urged to merge
[CNN] [misc.] Schwarzenegger terminates Planet Hollywood connection
[CNN] [interesting] Boom in weddings expected this year
January 26, 2000:
[Washington Post] [sad] Pokemon claims another victim
[Wired] [interesting] Melbourne researchers have successfully inserted measles vaccine into genetically modified food, removing the need for delivery by injection
[CNN] [interesting] There's a big lobster glut in Maine
(surfing...) [amusing] These are the guys who came up with the 100 grand bit. They're on the radio at 102.7 in New York City. Bunch of cool stuff on the page.
(Shamu) [amusing] It's the Shamu Cam (Don't attempt this with a 28.8 connection, it will suck)
[CNN] [interesting] NASA hopes to hear from the mars lander 4pm EST, if it's really there at all
[The Onion] [satire] Teen Drug Use Traced to Ineffective Public Service Announcements
(Reuters) [silly] Korea will introduce scented stamps to get people to write letters instead of email
(London Telegraph) [interesting] More on iceballs from the sky this time in Italy
[CNN] [interesting] Rural teens likelier to use drugs
[MSNBC] [interesting] NASA receives weak signals from Mars, possibly from the lost Mars lander
[CNN] [strange] Man loses 245lbs eating nothing but Subway Veggie sandwiches for a year
[CNN] [silly] Father banned from basketball games after shouting directions from the bleachers
[BBC] [strange] Japanese make a clone of a clone
(Ass) [amusing] Visit the Ass Zone
January 25, 2000:
[Scoop This] [amusing] Billy Darsow reviews The Talented Mr. Ripley
(FARK) ["news"] It's snowing on the east coast. I know none of you care, but it seems that the tv stations have to keep interupting my cartoons every 10 minutes to remind us there's still snow outside. -Joe
[Scoop This] [amusing] With the return of ScoopThis came the next installment of Super Hero University
(Retrogames) [amusing] Man wins 100grand on call-in show. He thinks. (You must have an mp3 player, it's a sound file)
[CNN] [interesting] Some residents of Hollywood want to secede from LA. Can't say I blame them
(TheStar) [misc.] Empire State Building elevator drops 40 floors before emergency brakes kick in
(SCA) [satire] The center for shopping cart abuse prevention
(Some Guy) [amusing] The girlfriend remote control
(Ackbar4Pres) [silly] Admiral Ackbar for President
(Some Guy) [silly] Crackerhead Mood selector
(Some Guy) [strange] More than you could possibly want to know about bar codes
[ZDNet] [amusing] Want to make $25,000 - find this guy a wife
(Some Guy) [silly] See what Derek bought at WalMart the past couple years
[Washington Post] [amusing] You can still buy sea monkeys in Greece
[Excite] [amusing] Topless hair salon "Mipples" opens in Britain
[Fox News] [amusing] NASA to crash a 17 ton sattelite into the earth
[Yahoo] [amusing] CSNY back on tour after a 25 year hiatus. Described as 'grizzled'
[Washington Post] [amusing] Jerry Falwell is suing the white house and FBI because they wont cough up some secret records about him
(JesusCom) [amusing] Jesus.com: last updated 12/97
(CCC) [strange] Another strange humor site based on the work of H.P. Lovecraft
[Wired] [interesting] Researchers identify the unique taste of Asian foods
January 24, 2000:
(Nando Times) [interesting] Communities test reverse-911 technology
[Fox News] [amusing] Porn Chamber of Commerce type meetings in CA
[Washington Post] [amusing] 12 year old twins lead "God's Army" in Thailand
(FARK) [survey] Is the Americans For Purity site fake? (check the link further on down in today's batch if you haven't already)
(altavista) [strange] Couple seeks double sex-change
(Denver Post) [stupid] Donut shop doubled as drug lab.
[Washington Post] [interesting] Surf the web from your car...soon
(Paradox) [amusing] This guy had a Sandra Bullock pictures page. This is all the emails he received from idiots thinking he WAS Sandra Bullock..
[Excite] [sad] Events to not be in the next olympics -- goat hurling.
[Excite] [amusing] Why enunciation is important...especially in government speaking: British defense minister becomes the first to swear in Parliment
[BBC] [interesting] Seti@home launches V2.0. So far it has netted 161,000 years of computer time
[Movie Juice] [amusing] Movie Juice review of Play it to the Bone
[Washington Post] [amusing] Man eaten by his lion
(Some guy) [amusing] Comments sent to the author of the site against masturbation
(Some guy) [stupid] Americans for purity: winning the war against masturbation. And you thought the CAP guy was off his rocker
[eBay] [strange] Green-painted goat skull for sale
(peta) [stupid] PETA's plans to dump 1 ton of chicken manure in downtown Atlanta during rush hour
(Arkham) [strange] The People of Arkham - creepy fun humor, especially for H.P.Lovecraft fans
[CNN] [stupid] FSU football player accused of trying to bribe officer to release friend
January 22, 2000:
[Excite] [amusing] The "Adopt-a-highway" program can't ban the KKK from participating... But they can do this...
[ABC News] [stupid] Mississippi law would fine and imprison aroused men.
(Future plans-- pay off a female friend to take a guy you don't like to Mississippi, and grope him in public...then watch him get jailed)
[Excite] [stupid] Maybe apologizing to everyone wasn't such a good idea as we thought.
(Reuters) [sick] People who shouldn't sign their work: doctors.

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