Thursday, June 30, 2005


could someone invent a hover-bike, xray vision and jet boots for me,
i need them for this weekend
look this turtle eats people

Wednesday, June 29, 2005

biggest catfish ever

Fishers in northern Thailand netted this huge catfish
in the Mekong River on May 1. Nearly nine feet long (2.7 meters) and as big as a grizzly bear, the behemoth tipped the scales at 646 pounds (293 kilograms).

Tuesday, June 28, 2005


A hopping motion propels you forward while the hydrofoil gives you lift.

commies rule

Awesome collection of soviet, cuban, polish and czech commie propaganda posters


Monday, June 27, 2005


Bennett Robot Works makes cool robot sculptures



Friday, June 24, 2005


i call it the ally
i shan't tell you why


malls from the 60's and 70's

cool photos of old american malls

Thursday, June 23, 2005

how to disappear in the city

"City Hideout," from Dutch design studio OOOMS, is a portable temporary dwelling made to fit one seated adult. The collapsable metal box resembles the kind of streetside sheds that commonly house electrical devices such as streetlight controls, new-age parking meters, and small generators.

these things are cute

Wednesday, June 22, 2005

russian buildings and bollywood covers


I fell into Lake Ontario

I recently joined a canoe club and started kayaking and paddling in a war canoe (war canoe is utter hell)
I'm not very good at either yet.
So i was using a kayak that had shitty steering, it would either be completely left or right, no middle, which sucked cuz i had to zig zag the entire time, i was to do 3 km, and i most of the way done and i got pretty close to some sailboats that were moored (parked? docked? whatever) and trying to steer the kayak hard to the right i fell right in.
i did about 2.75 km

Monday, June 20, 2005

um.. stuff

The Ontario Puma Foundation has a cool video taken from the Hiawatha Indian Reserve in Peterborough County of a very large cat

Cool photos of old crummy abandoned buildings in russia

Friday, June 17, 2005

circus museum


Thursday, June 16, 2005

love tokens


Tuesday, June 14, 2005


nothing to say today


Friday, June 10, 2005


The Illuminated Middle Ages database presents several hundred recently digitized illuminated texts from French national library collections.

Finally someone made a remote control Loch Ness Monster!

Thursday, June 09, 2005

book tag

what the hell is a book tag
oh well i'll play too

1. The number of books I have
i dunno, a lot, bookcases full, boxes in storage, i get stuff from the library (lie berry)

2. The book I’m currently reading
Edgar Allen Poe's Murders in the Rue Morgue, having read this many times i thought i'd read it again, this is certainly where sir arthur conan doyle got sherlock holmes from, there ar ea number of scenes stolen directly from this story and shaped into holmes,

3. Last book I bought
Hegemony or Survival America's Quest for Global Dominance (The American Empire Project) - Noam Chomsky

4. Last book I read

Hegemony or Survival America's Quest for Global Dominance (The American Empire Project) - Noam Chomsky

5. Five books that have meant a lot to me

The Jungle Book - Rudyard Kipling
simply awesome stories, i couldn't do these justice with a description

American Indian Myths and Legends by Richard Erdoes and Alfonso Ortiz
These aren't the "and this is how the procupine got it's quills" type of story, real folklore with the violence, sex, and humour you don't usually read in native myths and legends

Edgar Allen Poe - Complete works
One of the greatest writers ever, and by far my favourite poet

Carlos Castaneda The Teachings of don Juan
this book is freaky, anthropology student goes in search of a shaman to learn about peyote etc, the descriptions in this book are enough to get you high. I highly reccomend it.

Holy Grail Across the Atlantic - Michael Bradley
Some of the coolest and most interesting theories about the grail, early north american explorers, and archeology. Not sure if its all true but an amazing story nonetheless

i tag spock, cap'n kirk, bones, scotty, lt. uhura, and sulu, checkov, you're lucky, this time

nessie tooth hoax

no really? but that's impossible!!

According to a number of experts in Canada and the United Kingdom, Bill McDonald’s (a self proclaimed paranormal researcher) tooth is nothing more than an antler from a roe muntjac deer. It is not a tooth from the famed Loch Ness monster or a new species that McDonald was claiming it to be.

Gibbs Technologies has developed High Speed Amphibian (HSA) technology that could transform cars into amphibians. To showcase this new technology, Gibbs built the Aquada, an amphibian vehicle that debuted in late 2003

Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Loch Ness Investigator Goes Public

Forensics Investigator William McDonald
has been researching the Loch Ness Monster for 12 years. The former
U.S. Marine is now on the threshold of breaking new evidence
that, for the first time, reveals what the creature is,
proves its existence, and explains why the animal
is only seen on blurry photos.

tooth confiscated found by the American students' and how their footage came to appear at

bull vs dwarves

online collection of Ozark folksongs

Tuesday, June 07, 2005

cool stuff


Friday, June 03, 2005



Thursday, June 02, 2005



Wednesday, June 01, 2005

to the illustrator of this picture

i am going to take a guess and say that you never saw this
and that you are a big fat liar

this i believe though

monsters and freaks

awesome chinese propaganda posters