Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Friday, November 23, 2007


Please call Kate Radonski asap: 805 698 9294
Thank you and continue to read Karl Popper.

Skullduggery: the real culprit of Global Warming

This is culled from the Wikipedia entry for the Flying Spaghetti Monster. It uses historical records and scientific facts to prove that Global Warming is caused by the decreasing number of pirates in the world.

Pirates and global warming

According to the Pastafarian belief system, pirates are "absolute divine beings" and the original Pastafarians.Their image as "thieves and outcasts" is misinformation spread by Christian theologians in the Middle Ages and Hare Krishnas. Pastafarianism says that they were in fact "peace-loving explorers and spreaders of good will" who distributed candy to small children, and adds that modern pirates are in no way similar to "the fun-loving buccaneers from history."

Pastafarians celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day on the 19th of September.

The inclusion of pirates in Pastafarianism was part of Henderson's original letter to the Kansas School Board. It illustrated that correlation does not equal causation.

Henderson put forth the argument that "global warming, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters are a direct effect of the shrinking numbers of pirates since the 1800s."

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

The cleansman reunion over the break....

So Im coming back wednesday. We should combine forces in a renewed effort to destroy our livers and lungs. Lets get communicative.

Ghostbusters reunite for video game

i heard there's going to a bonus "Venkman in Space" round, where you try to eat as many space ghosts as you can in a minute.

Tuesday, November 13, 2007

M. Lydon c. 2001
Title: M. Lydon Explains the Roots of Mythology

this will have to do before the president decides to make an appearance for himself

I made this!

Go vote. Make the right choice.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Whatever happened to Matt Lydon on here? (darstark/darkstar)

Matt's back in the abyss and he needs to reemerge into the blogosphere with a glorious post.

Oh my dear God... tonight was an amazing exercise in the art of drinking alone. To my credit I did text message some people but they weren't ready for libation, so I handled things for everyone.

Does my capitalization of God in the previous paragraph and in this sentence imply that I believe in said entity and show him/her/it some kind of respect? Dunno...

I should drive to the office right now and lay down some really hot C++ data structures.

Matt... you're the only mammal on this blog who knows that a named mutex is the optimal way to ensure that only a single instance of an application can run at a given time.

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Matt Drudge likes Radiohead?

If you were unaware, the Drudge Report is a pretty interesting headline aggregation page, and I almost always find something worth reading off of it. Yes, the nature of which political stories he picks reflect a flamingly conservative bias, but more importantly he is a master of presenting news as entertainment, which is why he averages about 20 million views a day.

In the last month or so, he's posted 12 different Radiohead articles, which can be found here, and there's one today about how the new album is being physically released on Dec 31st. Which begs the question: how is it possible for conservatives to like Radiohead? I mean, besides the obvious fact that Radiohead rocks and everyone should like them...

Saturday, November 03, 2007

Thursday, November 01, 2007

This is teh gay but I couldn't help myself

lolcats funny cat pictures

Also, this is awesome.

"This sounds really daft, but I still cannot understand – I wish I could – why all the religious movements can’t sit down together and say, ‘OK, now this is what we have got in common: this, this, this and this. OK, there are some things we disagree on, but your figurehead and your figurehead and your figurehead are basically the same person, just at different points in human evolution. So, why don’t we agree that it’s the same person and we’ve got more in common than we have not in common? And now let’s stop fighting!’"--Thom Yorke