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(ThinkGeek) [misc.] Think Geek - Stuff for the smart masses
(SomeGuy) [silly] The Grand List of over use Sci-Fi cliches
[Brunching] [amusing] Brunching take on Millionaire's phone a friend - Call somebody who gives a damn
[ZDNet] [amusing] Zdnet's Webshow 'Computer Stew' tests the Nori Nasal Passge cleaner.
[CapAlert] [amusing] CAP reviews Erin Brockovich
(Daily Breeze) [strange] Woman's case thrown out because she can't get upstairs
[LA Times] [stupid] Boy's arm reattached after tiger bit it off
[LA Times] [amusing] Will Catholics eat corned beef or observe the no meat on Lenten fridays thingy?
[Excite] [stupid] Reward for dog killer in California nears $110k. Meanwhile in Baltimore, the reward for a man who killed 4 people is $10k
[Excite] [amusing] Police hunt for the people who stole a 6 foot Ronald McDonald statue
(nationalpost) [amusing] Mattel sues Canadian student for cracking the passwords to their Cyber Patrol screening software.
(cbc) [interesting] Concorde confuses pigeons
[Washington Post] [amusing] Utah to get a porn czar
(DumbLaws) [silly] Dumb Irish laws
(Examiner) [amusing] Fifth of Irish teenagers drunk regularly
[ZDNet] [amusing] Bush and Gore exchange flame Email
[ZDNet] [misc.] eBay cracking down on prank bids
[Wired] [strange] New orthodontist headgear monitors whether or not kids use it
[USA Today] [amusing] William Shatner files to sell his Priceline.com shares
(HwdRptr) [strange] Crateful of Oscar statuets goes missing
[Herald-Leader] [strange] KY legislators seek to repeal law allowing ministers to carry concealed weapons
(ALAG) [amusing] Angry little Asian girl dot com
(Lileks) [strange] The Gallery of Regrettable Food
[CNN] [stupid] Anti-crime event, toss your weapons into the river (and watch other people go retrieve them, oops)
[CNN] [misc.] Thai transvestite film spikes at box office
(Bud) [interesting] WWII Fighter Ace CE 'Bud' Anderson's website
(Irish) [interesting] Ireland is the world's number one exporter of software
March 16, 2000:
[Washington Post] [strange] Pakistani killer to be strangled and dismembered in front of his victims' families
[Excite] [amusing] Public servants in Argentina had better be on the ball and smile - It's illegal to be surly
(BEER!) [misc.] Possibly the greatest site on the Internet: Beer.com
[Scoop This] [amusing] Dusty, the Fat Bitter Cat - The comic strip
[Wired] [interesting] Coin collectors cause new quarters to become scarce
[CNN] ["news"] Pickled beets recalled in eight states
[CNN] [stupid] HMO asking its members to split anti-depressant pills in half to help it cover costs
(TheTimes) [amusing] Naples Archeological Museum to display ancient erotic art found at Pompei and Herculanium 200 years ago but kept secret to protect the morals of women (via Ancient World Web)
[AintItCoolNews] [interesting] Live in England? Want to be in The Mummy 2?
(Stupid.com) [interesting] A watch with a built-in remote control
(Stupid.com) [strange] Buy your very own electric chair (the kind that kills you)
NDU [strange] An abstract trip through Fargo, ND, of all places.
March 15, 2000:
[Wired] [sad] Widespread drought conditions expected this spring for the US
[Wired] [interesting] IBM announces 75 gigabyte hard drive
[CNN] [misc.] Gay mayor elected, ensures gay majority on city council
[Excite] [amusing] Women storm police station demanding sex
[Washington Post] [amusing] Serial killer gets 1,340 year sentence
[Washington Post] [amusing] Aboriginies seek meeting with Queen of England
(JSOnline) [amusing] Insurance co to pay drunk for lost fingers
[CNN] ["news"] In-depth article alledging that Bob Knight is an ass (this is news?)
[Excite] [stupid] Bulgarian soccer fan changes legal name to Manchester United
[The Onion] [satire] What do you think: Flooding in Mozambique
[CNN] [misc.] Ventura fails to convince McCain to run as an independent
(Pets) [interesting] Everything you ever wanted to know about Mr. Bigglesworth, Dr Evil's cat in Austin Powers
(whatthefuck) [amusing] Get your free email from whatthefuck.com
(lettuceladies) [strange] Peta-sponsored Lettuce Ladies tour the country wearing nothing but lettuce
[AintItCoolNews] [interesting] Info on Blade 2
March 14, 2000:
[Excite] [amusing] Indonesian government is threatening 15 years in jail and a $675,000 fine for having forest fires on your land
[Excite] [amusing] New Finnish show - Who Wants to Date an Ex-con?
(CIA) [interesting] The CIA needs to hire a 'theatrical special effects - wardrobe' production designer
(FBI) [interesting] FBI's top ten wanted fugitives
[Washington Post] [interesting] Entire senior management team fired at Nigerian power company
(FARK POLL) [survey] Who is stupider?
(MADD) [amusing] MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) responds to PETA's 'drink beer' campaign, confusing the issue of which organization behaving the stupidest
(PinStruck) [amusing] Virtual voodoo dolls
[Washington Post] [stupid] College binge drinking is on the rise
[Movie Juice] [amusing] MovieJuice review of Mission to Mars (...probe my ass)
[Movie Juice] [amusing] MovieJuice review of The Next Best Thing (it both sucks and blows)
[USA Today] [interesting] NCAA basketball pools hit the net
(Some Guy) [strange] Bizarre stuff you can make in your kitchen
(Baltimore Sun) [strange] What the press is neglecting to mention about the killer on the loose in Baltimore -- the hostage he took is a Jehovah's Witness.
(so even if you're a Jehovah's Witness, and someone strange comes knocking at your door, don't answer it)
[CNN] [interesting] British company clones pigs
[AintItCoolNews] [interesting] A possible anime-style Matrix prequel in the works?
[eBay] [sad] Someone bought N'Sync's half-eaten toast for $1,025.
(PETA) [amusing] Beer better for you than milk, says PETA
(Some Guy) [strange] URLs whose name doesn't match up with the content: dogvomit.com
(The Register) [strange] US preacher finds demon-possessed PCs (followup to Weekly World News article)
March 13, 2000:
(SFGate) [strange] Sun Microsystems Co-founder predicts extermination of human race by machines
[Excite] [amusing] Dozens injured in church brawl
[AintItCoolNews] [amusing] One of the AICN guys sits next to the actor playing The Tick on tv this fall at a film festival.
[CNN] [sad] Gas prices may not peak for weeks
(Stick-Man) [misc.] Stick-Man, the comic book. Art looks pretty good.
(USPTO) [amusing] A patent for bra-size measurement
[eBay] [silly] Mr. T air fresheners
[eBay] [amusing] A talking Mr T doll
(Subbrilliant) [satire] Moviegoers tire of original ideas
[Excite] [amusing] Guy crashes his car into an auto body shop
(Some Guy) [amusing] Visit the Irish Daycare
(FBI) [interesting] Find your picture in the FBI database
[CNN] [interesting] Peek under Mars' surface reveals hidden channels
(USPTO) [stupid] Someone has a patent for 'Method for Exercising a Cat' using a laser pointer.
(fark.no) [strange] Fark also happens to be the name of a Norwegian rock band.
(WheresGeorge) [interesting] Track dollar bills all over the US! (repeat)
(KOIN) [silly] Vancouver, WA considers changing its name for 5th time
(Some Catalog) [amusing] A book entitled: This Book Really Sucks
(ESPN) [stupid] Starting KY guard Desmond Allison out for rest of season on DUI and marijuana charges
March 12, 2000:
(Some Guy) [amusing] Today is Ron Jeremy's birthday (as well as Fark reader Adrian Walleigh who coincidentally submitted this link)
March 10, 2000:
[AintItCoolNews] [sick] Technology has gotten so good that the Humane Society doesn't believe that an animal being abused was really a computer image.
(Apple) [interesting] For those with Quicktime -- the trailer for Mission Impossible 2 (directed by John Woo)
[CapAlert] [amusing] Cap reviews Hanging Up. Uses "true genius" and "Beverly Hillbillies" in the same sentence without using the word 'not'. Marks off for 'talk of homosexuality as normal' and 'exagerated breast bounce'
(Phoenix) [amusing] Who Wants to be a President (net game) (via UsaToday)
(CBS) [amusing] Gas prices going down
[MSNBC] [amusing] No, they're going up
[The Onion] [satire] Just six corporations remain
[CNN] [stupid] South Korean Nazi theme-bar removes controversial flags, photos
(Some Guy) [amusing] Children's books you will never see
[Wired] [interesting] Microsoft to compete with Playstation and Dreamcast by releasing its own game console
[CNN] [amusing] Government awards scholarships to wrong students
[CNN] [amusing] Italians love throwing oranges
(ABC (Australia)) [strange] Cocaine happy fungus has been developed.
[CNN] [silly] Airline door opened to retrieve stuff mid-flight
[Brunching] [amusing] The Self-Made Critic guide to the Oscars
(NASA) [interesting] Track the International Space Station (ISS)
March 9, 2000:
(DukeSucks) [amusing] Just in time for March Madness: Duke-sucks.com. No introduction needed.
(IMDB) [strange] Kato Kaelin is 41 today (as is Fark reader Chris Miller. Lots of strange people born today)
(IMDB) [misc.] Holy crap, Webster is 29 years old today (via strange brew)
[CapAlert] [amusing] CAP reviews Wonder Boys
(BostonGlobe) [strange] Nintendo handing out protective gloves for use with controllers
[CNN] ["news"] Congress proposes gas tax cut
(Godzilla) [amusing] Godzilla 2000! (back to the guy in a rubber suit)
[Excite] [interesting] The reward for the guy who threw the yappy dog into traffic is up to $50k. (see March 3rd article)
[Excite] [amusing] Beligium prepares for the Euro 2000 soccer match by building temporary jail cells.
(FARK) [strange] A picture submitted by a Fark reader. There is no good description for this.
(Forbes) [interesting] The Forbes Celebrity 100
(New Scientist) [amusing] Facial recognition in sheep (via Robotwisdom)
[CNN] [misc.] Will Jennifer Lopez's dress set a trend at the oscars?
[CNN] [amusing] Dallas Mavericks finally get tired of Dennis Rodman and fire him
(Some Guy) [strange] An essay on how psychologists are destroying society
(textfiles.com) [interesting] Internet's Largest Collection of Mid-1980's BBS Textfiles, G-Files and Logfiles
(Watchers Web) [strange] Strange Laws Around the World
March 8, 2000:
[CNN] [stupid] Boomer Esiason fired from Monday Night Football for no reason. Really.
[Excite] [amusing] British propose a bill to ban 'muzak'
(Some Girl) [amusing] Commentaries on the world's little imperfections (she mentions Fark twice, but no link... PCMag gets a link, but not us? -Joe Nevermind it's there now, and a nice link it is too -Drew)
(OPEC) [interesting] OPEC's website.
[BBC] [ Sex workers on strike!
[Excite] ["news"] Muppet show to return to TV in original format
[Excite] [strange] GWU professor encourages cheating
[CNN] [strange] All 4,000 Oscar Award ballots are suspiciously missing
(The SHAM) [amusing] The SPAM-ku archive (featured on Fark previously) now has a search engine.
(monkeydog) [amusing] Charles Fleischer's website (Voice of Roger Rabbit) Cool pics and insult engine
(Some Guy) [amusing] Robot Frank's Life
(Chicago Sun Times) [stupid] Ban urged on checking kids in hockey
[CNN] [interesting] Experts at a loss to explain lack of winter
March 7, 2000:
[CNN] [amusing] Pope plans to apologize for sins of Catholics.
[LA Times] [ Gas prices headed toward $2 a gallon
[Excite] [amusing] Man gets stuck in porn shop all night
GlobeMail [ Muhammad Ali's daughter and women's boxing in Canada.
[CNN] [misc.] Study finds that hay fever medication impairs driving worse than alcohol
[Excite] [misc.] Man killed by hockey puck to the head during hockey game
[Excite] [sick] Columbian woman attempts to smuggle a handgun, hides it so well it has to be surgically removed (it's marked sick for a reason)
[Herald-Leader] [survey] Construction of a Creation Museum in northern Kentucky could begin next year
(BeerChurch) [silly] The Church of Beer: the largest unorganized religion in the world
(Some Guy) [amusing] The Beer Bill of Rights
(Loskene) [amusing] Hear Captain Kirk sing the classics
March 6, 2000:
(RNC) [amusing] Republican National Committee head, angered at lack of coverage of Gore campaign scandal, gives out private phone numbers of network anchormen
(Some Guy) [amusing] The Internet Brown Ribbon Campaign: free beer online
[USA Today] [interesting] Techies start to abandon dotcom companies, citing long hours
[CNN] [stupid] Boeing not able to recover accidentally discarded space station equipment
[CNN] [interesting] Dan Marino offered Vikings QB position
(London Times) [interesting] Top contender to be the next pope says that Vegetarian Antichrist is 'walking among us' .
[BBC] [sad] There's a shortage of toilets in the UK. (Indirectly from The Daily Show)
[Excite] [stupid] French ministry invents its own cyberspace jargon
(Netscape) [strange] Man killed by sleigh built like a Bavarian beer garden
[Excite] [strange] Have you ever been stabbed, and not realized it? (indirectly from KML)
[Wired] [interesting] The dark side of pervasive technology
(Rinkworks) [amusing] Movies-In-A-Minute. Ultra-condensed descriptions of movie plots (via UsaToday)
[CNN] [interesting] Reality check for the Wireless Web
(SF Weekly) [sick] SF art student poops for art, quotes Bataille. (This is really sick, you've been warned)
[BBC] [interesting] Study on malnourishment targets both the starving and the overfed.
(Llama.org) [silly] Put a llama in your life.
(Weekly World News) [stupid] Is your computer possessed by a demon? It's in the Weekly World News, it has to be true!
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