February 28, 2005
Also, in case anyone was wondering, Ben Affleck was in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He was the basketball player who hands the ball to the vampire.
Edit: Adding preview broke the Spam catcher. I think I fixed it, but I need someone who’s not me to test it. Please make a few comments, and email me if they don’t show up.
February 27, 2005
The Claremont Colleges Ballroom Dance Company’s 2004 San Francisco Trip has now been documented in painstaking detail, edited to within an inch of its life and produced in such massive quantities (just hit double digits!) that we can now offer it to you, the general public, for the low, low price of $10 (unless you’d like to pay more).
Just check out this list of impressive features
- Monaural sound
- Interactive Menus
- Editor’s commentary –> This movie is awesome
- A few menus that aren’t very interactive
- Chapter breaks
And much much more. Almost 23 minutes more (including credits).
February 25, 2005
If you’ve been searching for that “special someone,” but just haven’t found the right mix of interest, spontaneity, and radical jingoistic conservatism that you need to forge a special connection, don’t despair! Sean Hannity is here for you. Experience the sparkle of new romance and discovery as you read all about your potential matches.
Krista, 36, writes:
I love this country and I support our president…
And if that’s not getting you hot and bothered, Kathy, 47, after mentioning which branch of the armed services her main male relatives were enlisted in (but not her ex-husband. He was probably a liberal coward) concludes with
I love my Lord, my family, my Country and the military.
I don’t know about you, but my heart certainly swells with pride and lust when someone mentions God and the Military in the same breath.
Also check out page 5, where Whitley laments that she has not found someone with “mutual respect, whit, adventure, intelligence…” and then goes on to misplace an apostrophe in the very next sentence! Just hold on a little longer, Whitley. You’re closer than ever to finding a suitable match with Hannity.com!
Like the rest of you, I’m going to leap at this opportunity. Here’s what I have so far. Let me know what you think
Ian, 23, CA.
I’m a white male (wow, there sure a lot of us on here!). I am physically fit and would like to meet a business minded conservative lady 20-30 who is also physically fit but most importantly NOT LIBERAL. It’s hard enough living in California where the liberal “majority” includes dead people voting, more votes than voters, etc. I don’t need that kind of thing in a relationship! I would like to find someone whose Conservative views, love of our country, and appreciation for our wonderful President and his fantastic administration are shared. I enjoy swing dancing, long walks on the beach, and proclaiming lawful dissent to be unpatriotic.
February 24, 2005
I’ve recently discovered Nat Friedman, an open source developer who works on some cool usability stuff for Linux has some doodled cartoons on his website. My favorite was the Kama Sutra. Don’t worry. It’s safe for work.
Ok. I got credit for completing my offer for the Free Mac Mini, and I have 5 people signed up under me (although none have yet “completed” their offers). I’m halfway there!
February 23, 2005
Quick! Which one of these things is not like the others?
February 21, 2005
Nope. Thanks for asking.
But next time I want to search for that, I’ll make sure to spill my martini onto my keyboard again.
Here’s an ad that’s been running on some ultra right-wing websites claiming that the purpose of the AARP is ultimately to force soldiers to kiss each other. Or something.
I have not the words.
February 18, 2005
Check your memory for llamas:
cat /dev/mem | string | grep “llama”