Friday, August 01, 2003

le parcours

Stephen den Beste, doing what he does Beste, here and here. He mentions hominids in that first link. Doesn't specifiy whether they're big, though. Bastard.

Angry animals demand recompense for priestly molestation!

Experts anxious that your computer may attack you.

Iraq elections upcoming, which of course means two GIs get killed.

Parents apparently have a secret desire to eat their children.

In other news... a man with a lemon for a head suffers indignities.

Dick Gephardt receives support from the Mafia; an accompanying picture shows him describing how much of his colon was removed during a recent surgical procedure code-named "Operation Rectal Freedom."

A grateful nation pays Iraqi who found naughty, wayward poodles. The informant, to avoid reprisals, must now undergo surgical alteration, which will include a complimentary Operation Rectal Freedom procedure.

Democrats accused of practicing a particularly virulent form of satanism.

Supercompetent Philippine police open prison doors and throw a known terrorist out of jail.

Kim Jong Il says, "Yes, I will take it in all inputs. All I request is that my favorite sheep accompany me to the proceedings."

South Korea continues its bizarre habit of gnawing on itself.

South Korean Army more flaccid than Strom Thurmond's rotting dingle?

Now is the time to shop!

The Scots are no longer having sex with each other. Once again, investigations are under way to explore whether "conjugal relations with ovines" are a key factor in population decline.

President Bush fires wildly into a crowd of South Koreans.

North Korea continues to send delegates to Japan to convince the world it is a Stalinist paradise.

Merde en France est de retour.

Damn Jap linguist writes another fascinating article.

Ken Goldberg of answers a question from a nervous Hillary Clinton.

Aaron Krowne's blog strikes again, as I steal from it some old news (circa July 4th) re: pissed-off MITers who, "[annoyed] by the prospect of a massive new federal surveillance system... are celebrating the Fourth of July with a new Internet service that will let citizens create dossiers on government officials. The system will start by offering standard background information on politicians, but then go one bold step further, by asking Internet users to submit their own intelligence reports on government officials -- reports that will be published with no effort to verify their accuracy."

Yes! Fatness makes the news! This will be me someday.

Arnold milks it for all it's worth.

China chastises imperialist pig-dog BigHominid for reporting that it's pointing missiles at itself.

I was sure this was going to be a story about Iraq. But... no. Pathetic.

It appears that Yellowstone Lake is about to have its very first orgasm.

Meta-news: Reuters accused of racism.

This is why I try to control my flatulence in public.

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