Friday, December 28, 2001

This guy's really covering his arse...

Thursday, December 20, 2001

Thursday, December 13, 2001

I'm not the great fan of Ain't It Cool News. There are too many inside jokes, too much lingo, and too many lonely guys wanting to be heard... kinda sounds like an Oracle dba convention. I came across this review of The Lord of the Rings and it is making rethink the site; there might actually be sound value in AICN.

Wednesday, December 12, 2001

It's not everyday you hear "They put a hell of a lot of rounds in it but they never found it''. What's worse?
1. That a camel got inside a Marine base and was just running around.
2. That Marines fired at the camel and have no idea if they killed it or not.
3. The author's feeble attempt at working "Hotel California" into the article.

Monday, December 10, 2001

My mentally deficient and drug addicted pet monkey wrote better prose than this after having banged on my typewriter for only fifteen minutes; minutes that he passed by with alternating smacks at the keys and swigs from a fifth of gin. I did say mentally deficient, but not completely unskilled.

Friday, December 07, 2001

I think we've all seen the Rice Boy pages, and we're familiar with the phenomenon - a young (usually Asian) punk buys a bog-standard family grocery getter typically in the Honda mould, and then tricks it out with a whole host of impressive-looking accessories that make the car look fast - PIAA headlights, big fat exhaust, bunch of "Type R" stickers, etc. 'Course, the really funny ones are those that only look fast.

Here, then, is the ultimate Type R-treatment, courtesy of Jason. You can bet this thing goes like shit off a shovel.

Wednesday, December 05, 2001

No links, no jokes, just a statement. So, DC finally rids itself of the congressionally appointed "Control Board" and gets full approval for its budget proposal. Good news, especially for me since I'm a resident of our fair, but beleaguered city. However, then I find this in the Washington Post:

House and Senate budget conference members eased a long-standing ban on District's spending money to lobby Congress. However, they maintained the prohibition on lobbying Congress for greater voting representation. Negotiators also killed a Senate-led effort to permit the city to spend local revenue on drug-needle exchange programs, a measure sought by public health and AIDS prevention groups.

I'm just curious about something. I live in America, right? I mean, I'm supposed to have the full right to vote since I'm not a convict (only because I've never been caught), but I don't having voting representation in the legislative branch of the federal government. That's right. Me and 560,000 other Americans do not have any voting representation in Congress. So, when I read that the city I live in has been granted to right to lobby, but that it can't use that right to lobby for voting rights, I am stupified. And not being able to use local revenue, revenue that is generated from the city's own residents, to pay for needle exchange programs? What kind of Nazi-fucks are making these decisions?

Sure, sure. Everyone says that if I want my voting representation so bad, I should just move to Virginia. But, what makes more sense? To give 560,000 tax paying citizens full voting representation or to expect them all to move?

Monday, December 03, 2001

Scatologists rise up! Stop sitting on that prize stool! Not only can you get your crap rated, you can get your dog's do done too!!
Is someone at trying to take a bite of's pie?