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Free games seach on Yahoo to (now, to Ambrosine's Games, to Rob Blanc, to YTotW, to Polymorph, to L&E, to my own site with forums hosted on ChefElf.
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    Posted 19 Jan 2010

    Hey look, a post by someone who isn't a spambot!

    Why are so many people raving about this film? It was primarily a cookiecutter plot with almost-existent or static characters, and the only dynamic characters grew exactly how you'd expect, had you heard anything about the film at all. It was spectacularly long, trite and preachy (and I say this as a very left-wing person), and the McGuffin's name was "Unobtanium." even Ebert liked it.

    I will say that the world, while named Pandora, was lush and pretty-CG and had some interesting and badass creatures in it, and something about a cranky Sigourney Weaver makes me happy, and it was entertaining for the most part, but only in that Hollywood action flick sort of way.
  2. New Year, 2009

    Posted 1 Jan 2009

    Happy New Year from us over in EST. Here's hoping that 2009 is better than 2008. 2008 treated me well, but if I consider the whole world, it was really crappy.

    Any resolutions you plan not to succeed at? I hope to fail at writing a novel and making some video games.

    I do resolve to actually lose some weight, though. I've got a bit too much at the moment.
  3. Idiots Allow Inmate Escape In Box

    Posted 17 Nov 2008

    Inmate escapes German jail in box
    Friday, November 14th, 2008

    A manhunt is under way in western Germany for a convicted drug dealer who escaped by mailing himself out of jail.

    The 42-year-old Turkish citizen - who was serving a seven-year sentence - had been making stationery with other prisoners destined for the shops.

    At the end of his shift, the inmate climbed into a cardboard box and was taken out of prison by express courier. His whereabouts are still unknown. co.u...ope/7730018.stm
    Credit goes to Dr. Lecter for this one.

    You know that old prison escape trick that doesn't work anymore because no one is stupid enough to fall for it? It still works in a jail in Germany. I have never needed this more than now:
  4. Secret Agent Blunder

    Posted 2 Oct 2008

    MI6 Camera With Secret Images Bought on eBay for $30

    A Nikon Coolpix camera belonging to the MI6—the British equivalent of the CIA—was sold on eBay for $30 with images of al Qaeda suspects, fingerprints, names, rocket launchers, and missiles inside. That's bad enough, but it gets worse: the camera also contained top secret information that may compromise the security of James Bonds in the field.

    For some reason, alongside these images there was a top secret document containing details on the encrypted computer system used by MI6 agents while conducting operations abroad. Some of the other images were related to this man, Abdul al-Hadi al-Iraqi, a top al Qaeda terrorist captured by the CIA in 2007.

    Apparently, the eBay bidder found the pictures after downloading his vacation photos to his computer. The Foreign Office and the police are conducting an investigation, but for now, nobody has a clue about how the camera ended up on eBay.


    Thanks to Dr. Lecter for this article, even if it is two days late. tongue.gif

    It seems that whoever sent that kid down a museum air duct looking for hidden bombs at the beginning of the week also forgot to clean off his camera's memory before he sold it on eBay. Those Illuminati are really losing their edge.
  5. Real Life Jurassic Park

    Posted 19 Sep 2008

    How scientists are bringing dinosaurs back to life with the help of the humble chicken

    Deep inside the dusty university store room, three scientists struggle to lift a huge fossilised bone.

    It is from the leg of a dinosaur.

    For many years, this chunky specimen has languished cryptically on a shelf.

    Interesting but useless — a forgotten relic of a lost age.

    Now, with hammer and chisel poised, the academics from Montana State University in America gather round.

    They are about to shatter this rare vestige of the past.

    Why would they do such a thing?

    The answer is that they believe that this single fragment of a beast which stalked the earth untold millions of years ago could hold the key which will unlock the secrets of the dinosaurs.

    Full Article Here

    Thanks to Spoon Poetic for this article.

    How freakin' awesome is this?! If only there were more Jeff Goldblum...

    Also: Clicky (Sound, NSFW)

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