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Shirley Ghostman

Posted in Uncategorized by confuciustimes on December 31, 2008

TRULY AMAZING!

Posted in Uncategorized by confuciustimes on December 31, 2008

Flow Charts

Posted in Uncategorized by confuciustimes on December 17, 2008

 

At 8 drinks, you switch the torrent from FreeBSD to Microsoft Bob.  C'mon, it'll be fun!

Flow Charts
Wed, 17 Dec 2008 05:00:00 GMT

Merry Christmas

Posted in Uncategorized by confuciustimes on December 16, 2008

 

Merry Christmas
Mon, 15 Dec 2008 12:17:21 GMT

:D

Posted in Uncategorized by confuciustimes on December 15, 2008

 

😀
Sat, 13 Dec 2008 19:13:14 GMT

Eye see you

Posted in Uncategorized by confuciustimes on December 11, 2008

 

Eye see you

via

Eye see you
Jonco
Thu, 11 Dec 2008 00:03:05 GMT

The eyeballing game

Posted in Uncategorized by confuciustimes on December 10, 2008

 

I hope you’re better at this than I am.  I scored: 8.51  

Eyeballing game

It took me a couple to figure out what the Heck I was supposed to do.

The eyeballing game

Thanks Gary

The eyeballing game
Jonco
Tue, 09 Dec 2008 22:32:50 GMT

screwvenir

Posted in Uncategorized by confuciustimes on December 6, 2008

 

anything that you keep (whether stolen or given to you) from someone’s house after you’ve slept with them.

Laura didn’t really like doing it with Chip so much, but she did nab a copy of Time Magazine with Mick Jagger on it from his house as a screwvenir.

screwvenir
Thu, 04 Dec 2008 00:00:00 GMT

Strange and endangered wildlife

Posted in Uncategorized by confuciustimes on December 3, 2008

 

WebEcoist’s list of “20 Strange and Exotic Endangered Species” is a sad marvel of incredibly odd creatures that your kids might never get a chance to see.


This is not shopped. This is not a hoax. That is a giant crab on a garbage can. They’re native to Guam and other Pacific islands. Coconut crabs aren’t endangered, per se, but due to tropical habitat destruction they are at risk. In WWII, American soldiers stationed in the Pacific theater wrote home with tales about entire atolls being covered in the armor-plated giants. These crabs can crack a coconut in one swipe; but they’re generally too slow to be very dangerous to humans. Children pass lazy afternoons by picking the crabs off tree trunks and watching them crash to the ground; it’s reportedly great fun. And kind of messed up.

20 (More) Strange and Exotic Endangered Species (via Neatorama)

(Image: Giant coconut crab by Jason Kottke)

Strange and endangered wildlife
Cory Doctorow
Wed, 03 Dec 2008 06:24:27 GMT