The Superest is Super Fun

Here’s a super fun-tastic super hero super game. The Superest offers hours of entertainment as you follow the trails of superheros, their triumphs and eventual defeat by a new hero. The objective is not to determine who wins, because in this game, just like in politics, eventually everyone is defeated.

Medical Myths

Will reading in dim light ruin your eyesight? Should we drink at least eight glasses of water a day? Do we use only 10% of our brain? Does hair and fingernails continue to grow after death? Shaving you hair causes it to grow back faster, darker, or coarser! Find out.

Chavez’s Wall Clock Beats Internal Body Clock

Researchers say they have identified the chemical switch that controls the genetic mechanism regulating people’s internal body clocks. Coincidentally, President Hugo Chavez came up with an alternative way of regulating the internal body clocks of his citizens, i.e. by creating Venezuela’s own unique time zone by putting the clock back half-an-hour on a permanent basis and forcing the whole nation to rise early. Brilliant!

Ding Fries Are Done!

Here’s a song that will change forever the way you sing/hum “Carol of the Bells”, here’s the original lyrics on Wiki. Merry Christmas!

MC Hammer Launches Video Site Dance Jam

Just when the Web 2.0 market was getting crowded with poorly conceptualized ideas (saturation? remember the tech balloon burst of 2001); MC Hammer (yep, the baggy pant one) is launching his own portal that would host only dance videos. His competition, YouTube!

Did you ever wonder what happened to Alfred E. Neuman of Mad Magazine?

Did you ever wonder what happened to Alfred E. Neuman of Mad Magazine? Watch as he grows up. This is some funny s***.

5 Blogging Mistakes I Make that you Should Avoid

captain obvious

I know a lot of people who write posts about how one should blog based on their personal experience, I get a lot of emails asking for pointers, so here’s a list I compiled that is the anti-advice or what I call “5 blogging mistakes I make that you should avoid”.

Be irrelevant: Over 50 percent of my visitors stop by for themes and support, another 35 percent make it here by clicking a link related to, you go it, themes or support, yet I write blogs on issues that bother me like George Bush, or our environment or our absolute disregard towards the value of human lives outside of America. Should …

Morons at Heathrow, Airport Announcement Pranks

On a lighter note, I got this forward in an email, not sure if this is for real or how old it is, but its funny. Listen and enjoy:
announcementTwo guys have wasted their time at airports, in this case, London’s Heathrow, by writing down strange names and asking the airport Information Center to locate these people by calling out their names on the airport’s PA system.  These guys would then hang out beneath the speakers and record the results.

In order to make it as believable as possible, they dressed up as chauffeurs and asked for help finding these people about 40 minutes after a plane had landed.

They acted as if they could not pronounce the names themselves, so as to not reveal the joke, but just handed over a note with the names printed on it and asked the employee at the Information Center to announce.

After the fifth recording, they had to leave Heathrow as airport security figured out what was going on.  The last recording is from Gatwick.

Give these guys the Big Practical Joker prize.
Ok, here’s where I have copied and pasted the name they handed to the information desk and how it was read:

9 Things You’ll Need to Get a Man

According to this NASA astronaut, the 9 most essential things you’ll need to get a man (from his lover) are:

a wig
a trench coat
an air cartridge BB gun
pepper spray
a steel mallet
a 4-inch folding knife
rubber tubing
garbage bags (and of course)
black gloves

The count will be 11 if you include the $600 she was carrying and bad disguise!

This is what Bostonians thought was a bomb!

ad stuntAnd I thought,.. you know, with the world’s best academic institutes in that city, Bostonians would be a little bit brighter!

If that were not bad enough, the city is charging two men who placed the objects with “placing a hoax device” and “disorderly conduct”, go figure.