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March 27, 2008

Crazy Legs Mcgoo

Painted_laptops Painted Laptops. Also, see-thru laptops

John Cook and Waverly Cole are doing what they’ve been doing for 50 years — traveling, enjoying the company of friends and giving to charitable causes.

Cook, an 88-year-old retired teacher and school counselor, and Cole, a 78-year-old retired physician, are poised to celebrate their 50th anniversary April 15 with a cocktail party among friends

Still Steamin' Premium Hot Doe Estrus Urine and other delightful items of Unusual Food, Drink, Medicine nature

Eleanor Powell and Fred Astaire, 1940

Crazy Legs Mcgoo takes Breakdance to the next level in this 'Evolve or Die' video tuned to American band Saosin's 'Sleepers.'

A Map of the First Moonwalk. (From Strange Maps). More moon walking

I Mowed a Snake in My Yard

Edible tableware by Rice-Design. (From Andrew Sullivan)

4 Awesome Unfinished or Abandoned Structures in Florida

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March 17, 2008

No more “themed” posts

Nothingness This is the final post of the “Old” style Grow-a-brain -

For 5 years, I've kept a giant stash of links that I saved for later postings, and from which I would pull a handful into "themes" every night. It made some posts more interesting than others. More often than not, by the time I would publish the stuff, much of it have already been seen elsewhere on the web. So this post is the last of the pile. Now I have nothing saved for tomorrow, and I’ll have to start posting only FRESH, probably "single-link" posts, like everybody else.

Oh, well... Here we go -

Like no version of Animal Farm you've read

Atila Meireles is a Brazilian designer. Silencio is a sample from his portfolio

US Mobiles 2008

Bacon Flavored Rolling Paper

Color flip

The Good, The Bad, and The Beautiful - A baby being born to Buckeye Timmy & family

Henna hands by Payal Juthani

Jimi Hendrix and George Frideric Handel lived in adjoining houses on Brook Street in London (in different times, of course)

Soggy clothes taken by Archie FlorCruz

Bruce Willis Porn (SFW)

If you always wanted to "make it with an alien... this could be your chance. The Area 51 love doll - (NSFW)

HDR images of Chicago. Chicago at night

When geeks and graffiti combine

Sponsored Links inside (By Planet Dan, who's been all over Digg & Reddit this weekend...)

What comes after OT III, the most significant document in the history of the human race? From The Secrets of Scientology

lack of enthusiasm by Lucas Thompson

56 geeks

A creepy chair

With Logobama, the Obama Logo generator, you can take any photo of your favorite character and create your own. (From Find Substance)

Mariah Carey’s “Without You” in Bulgarian (I couldn’t watch it, but maybe you can)

10th Annual Lake Worth Street Painting Festival

Behind the thick walls of the superb 15th century gothic building that is The Frog Museum in Estavayer-le-Lac, a host of interesting, exciting and unusual surprises await you. Countless objects on the themes of frogs, lamps, weapons and local history are lovingly displayed in a series of small interconnecting rooms. The collection also features items from the Bronze Age and lacustrian period, weapons, lamps and rare railway signals typical of the history and legends of the region. One special attraction is the 108 frogs all portrayed in scenes from everyday life. Back in about 1850, a Napoleonic guards officer developed a fascination with frogs and started collecting them as a hobby. He extracted the innards through their mouths and refilled them with sand before putting them into displays

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March 01, 2008

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Gas signs, a HUGE online collection of gasoline logos from photos and maps (By John Cirillo. Must be a re-post)

A drinking problem

Nigga With Bikes (?)

Related re-post: Parts Unknown Bike Shop in Toronto

Eventually, I believe, everything evens out. Let’s say you want a big cupcake, with lots of icing, so you go buy one and eat it. But then you realize, I don’t have the cupcake anymore. Or maybe you take a bite of salsa that’s labelled “HOT,” and it doesn’t seem that hot, but then about a second later it seems really hot

Gay porn twins turn to burglary

Xkcd on grapefruit

P.I.P. The Post-It Project

22 Best Keyboards

Odd Figures You Can Form with Your Hands

20 Things I Wish I Had Known When Starting Out in Life

Video above by by Job & Roel Wouters. (From Swiss Miss)

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February 21, 2008

Bomba

 Bomba San Diego 10952 Topiary. (From Mental Floss “Your pants” flickr series)

Bomba (YT)

Life got you down? Maybe God can help

Angels We Have Heard On High performed on a homemade big broccoli, by a Japanese guy who plays on vegetables

A recent Fark Photoshop challenge: Unfinished portrait

View the World 80x Slower

Fortune Monkey!

Lessons in Calligraphy and Penmanship from The International Association of Master Penmen, Engrossers and Teachers of Handwriting

The Jerry Hunt Home Page, the official Internet resource on the life and work of composer/intermedia artist Jerry Hunt (Thank you, Neil G.)

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February 08, 2008

Sweet Adelines

Adelines Pride of Toledo - 2004 Contest Pictures of barbershop harmony female singers from Lake Erie Region 17, encompassing parts of Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania. (And all are part of Sweet Adelines International, a worldwide organization of women singers)

Cinema for one person in downtown Amsterdam

Mid Century Modern - Sticker, Label and Stamp Club (Pool on flickr)

A morphing gallery for members of The Beard Community Bulletin Board. (From Blort)

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January 23, 2008

Mistakes

 Blow_up_elephant A date with a sloth by Lorenzo Fonda

The International Concatenated Order of Hoo-Hoo is one of the world's oldest service organizations, having been organized in 1892. That it has survived all these years is due to the fact that its members are interested in the welfare and promotion of the forest products industry (?)

The Steel Pier, Atlantic City NJ, home of the Diving Horses

Band director makes a mistake

Sometimes Red, Sometimes Blue

Re-post: Time lapse. Also, Time-Lapse Homepage

Kurt Cobain's Suicide Letter vs. Google AdSense by Cory Arcangel, pairs the Nirvana singer's words with keyword-based ads

Cluttered desk from Mr. Doob

To improve the site, Dandyism.net keeps track of reader feedback. Here’s a sampling

Collecting Vintage Typewriter Ribbon Tins. (From Uppercase). Lots more on the internets

An aerial photo of the World Trade Center complex, on September 23, 2001. This image, as taken by a NOAA Cessna Citation from an altitude of 1 kilometre (0.6 mi), shows NYC firefighters and construction equipment surrounding the debris created by the attack. (Click to biggify)

Top 5 Creepiest Pop Culture Foreshadowing of 9/11

The Leonhard Euler Tercentenary - Posters

Men who knit

(Elephant .gif from Stavros, the Wonder Chicken)

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December 10, 2007

At least I don’t suck at life

Suck_at_life This is a Beatles-like song that I made for when you are scared

Cigar basics

Net Granny knitting grandmas

Some strange British Egg dish, photographed by gruntzooki

Smoke ring blower

Pilllpat’s (From Agence Eureka) sets on flickr

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December 01, 2007

Red Sox Special

Maternity_bike Amanda alive!

Belly Painter Maternity Portraits

Red Sox fan special

Hello
I nvr no wat 2 say on dis
But i guess i will giv it a try –
Lookin 4 da rite gurl....R u her? – 28. (From Michael Eades)

How to tell if a woman is crazy

Jeju Loveland is an outdoor sculpture park which opened in 2004 in South Korea. The park is focused on a theme of sex, running sex education films, and featuring 140 sculptures representing humans in various sexual positions. (NSFW, d'uh)

A collection of Crop Circles

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November 17, 2007

Jeg elsker dig, Eu te amo, Je t'aime

(I love you in many languages)

Treat me like I’m stupid

Quick Where’s the Monster?

Congested road during the EDSA Revolution of 2001, when hundreds of thousands of Manila protesters called for the resignation of President Joseph Estrada

Free means free: The Great American Smoke Out rant with The Guy from Boston (NSFW language)

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October 12, 2007

Fermi problems

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Over the past fifteen years, historian Jon Schladweiler has collected materials related to the history of sewage conveyance systems. Many of these have been displayed in a traveling exhibit entitled "The Collection Systems Historical Photo and Artifacts Display." The overall collection of sewer history materials covers the era from approximately 3500 BCE through the 1930s CE. The purpose of this website is to house this dynamic collection of materials about the evolutionary development of sewers over the past 5500 years

Neon Bible

Breaking news (from CNN?) - Fellatio may significantly decrease the risk of breast cancer in women

How many piano tuners are there in Chicago?

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September 24, 2007

Les Vacances de M. Hulot

Bob Trudy’s Brand name Pencils

Once upon a time .. all across America .. locked away in secure buildings, sang the voices of millions upon millions of electromechanical relays..

This strange structure is located inside the woods in Western part of Russia. Local say it was here for years. Wood Ball

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August 12, 2007

Antique drug kits

Antique_drug_kits_3 In the early part of the 1800's, there were no drug stores and a household would typically have to administer medications which were available to the servants or other members of the family. The mahogany case above would be typical of one used in a household of obviously well-to-do people. In the colonies, these medical cases were used on the "plantations" and contained all sorts of plant extracts and chemicals of dubious use. Antique apothecary and cased drug kits

The mother of all minifig photosets. A Minifig Generator
 
Toilet Paper Origami (also called toilegami) is the origami-style folding of toilet paper

February marks the 75th anniversary of National Anal Sex Month

Who shares your birthday?

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June 17, 2007

No stronger bond

Clipart_2 There is no bond stronger than the leaf between trams, or something

Frank's Compulsive Guide to Postal Addresses

Walter Galler, a man of Jewish origins, married a non-Jewish woman. When he died in August 1939 in Swakopmund, South West Africa, on the eve of World War II, his wife knew that some sort of Hebrew inscription had to be placed on his tombstone. The only Hebrew she could find was on a box of matzah. She ordered the stone cutter to inscribe on the tombstone those words plus a Jewish star. The stone cutter, not knowing Hebrew, erroneously placed the words upside down on the tombstone. And so the stone was inscribed with a Jewish star and the Hebrew words for Kosher for Passover. (Scroll down for photo)

Re-post: 787 cliparts animation

Bawdy Women from Chomick + Meder

I can’t believe it’s not butter (UK) by Matthew Green

More breaking news from 'Gadling': Pakistan welcomes the "Check" Prime Minister

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June 02, 2007

Three Two One

Pickup_line "Those pants are ugly. You should take them off." From Pickupedia, a wiki for pickup lines

UFO stranded in accident 1942

Finger figures

Elevator Floor Illusion

Steel Magnolias and Breeze in the Trees Illusion – nothing moves in this illusion - and other finalists from "Best Visual Illusion of the Year Contest"

Motion Binding. Click on the “occluders+” button to be surprised

On Left or Right site you can choose your favorite thing by clicking on the left or right item shown on the page everyday

A delightful love story told in just 3 pictures

Mark Poyser’s Three Two One diagrams. (From Blanketfort)

Women know your limits from Harry Enfield and chums. (YouTube)

Panelists discuss the need to protect America's borders with a moat

Google launched new home page themes that change their activities and surroundings and even weather throughout the day based on your your zip code

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April 06, 2007

Dear Hot Chicks.

Famous_monkeys Hi, my name is Tim, or Joe, or Sam. Though we haven't had a formal introduction I'm sure you know me, or at least what I represent here. I'm fat guys. I'm nerdy guys. I'm short guys, bald guys, dorky guys, spazzes, weirdos. Hobos, and guys without great jobs, cars, or clothes. I just wanted to take a second to talk to you about something very important to me, something it doesn't seem that you realize:

If you are physically attractive and dress in such a way to grab the attention of attractive males, you will also grab the attention of us unattractive males

Excellent Hiding Places

Master Bait & Tackle, Bonita Springs, Florida

Mr. Monkey’s list of famous monkeys. And apes. (From Dump Trumpet)

Typeface Identification pool on flickr

A beginner’s guide to towel ironing, presented by Towelboy

The museum of lost wonder. (Thank you, Skye)

Long Cat is really looooooooong

Down Messages web2.0 Style

Justin TV

A Bible, A silver dollar, A bottle of whisky or a Playboy magazine?

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