Thursday, March 09, 2006

surfing galore

Hey Kosh, remember the subservient chicken? Here's something similar: the virtual girlfriend! personally i prefer the chicken... couldn't get the gf to do much, LOL!

A great post by Arod, who shares the news of a, errr, "pubic vehicle" in L. A.

Scholars for 9/11 Truth. Nuff said.

Ah, yes... I remember wanting to customise these Bingo cards for meetings with the consultants, and management... everyone was just spouting jargon and consultantspeak... ever heard of the BullSh*t Bingo? Check it out!

Instead of TrainSpotting, how about doing some IP Spotting?

Barcode yourself. Here's me:

4 comments:

  1. about the virtual gf - "spank" was an interesting one. i'll have to check that out more later. "dance" wasn't bad either. i'll try some more when i'm not on a computer at a mental health institution!!! (...don't ask.....)

    ...still not sure if i "get" the barcode thing. i need sleep!!!

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  2. Aiyo, this barcode thingy reminds of the show starring Jessica Alba (forgot the name of the show). You gonna tattoo this onto your neck for us?

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  3. You sure do have a lot of time on your hands.

    BTW, the subservient chicken got a lot of hits on its website when it first came out a couple of years ago. I visited it once and ordered it to DIE! LOL! :D

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  4. kosh> well i think my lack of "response" was related to having a really bad dial-up connection... all i got was a jerky (haahaha!) pic of her standing up and walking twd the camera. Maybe will try from Dtarbucks with the laptop. one day. :p

    samm> I was so intrigued I looked it up on IMDB: the (tv) show was DARK ANGEL, and J.A.'s character (Max), also known as X5-452, has barcode number 332960073452. Sounded intersting, now i'm gonna have to go out and hunt for the series... grrrrr :p teeheehehee!

    SnglGuy> might seem that way, but actually i was just going through about 2 weeks' worth of Linky & Dinky links (and only found those few blogworthy ones, hmmmmmm...) .. i wouldn't stumble across these things on my own :p

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