The origin of the 404 error. Or is it
? Found at Wastrel Division
Calvin and Hobbes in the snow - I used to love these guys but it's so long since I've seen them. In the UK they were sydicated in the Daily Express (I'd link to their website but it's broken - lol) but at some point I realised this was possibly one of the worst newspapers ever - second only to the Daily Mail
- and I was only buying it for Calvin and Hobbes anyway. I found this link at Wastrel Division
and have now gone to find there is a daily comic at uComics
- it's getting bookmarked now and it'll be a permenant link on the right as soon as I get home to my source code. Just for the record UK journalism isn't all bad - my favourte newspaper would have to be The Telegraph
- for on-line presence you can't beat The Guardian
- and of course shear morbid curiousity will always make you read The Sun
Neat flick book effect in Flash. All the subjects are in London - mostly on the tube. This is kind of like going to work in the morning for me - the flick book effect recreating my caffine jitters.
all day for something to happen and just when you think nothing
is going to happen - it all goes wrong
. You might as well go and clean the kitchen
Some links in this post have been certificated 18 for strong language.
Danger danger! Fire in the disco Fire in the gates of hell... Musical fun from Electric 6 - found @ MilkAndCookies.
Modem Alert! 33Mb Download - wait for the next showing on MTV it'll be quicker.
An important warning on the dangers of drinking beer for all men. Of course for me this song should be 19 coronas... On a side note try testing your bottled beer knowledge
and/or really indulge your passion with your own home mini-pub
Get hot under the collar with Nelly's risque game - fun for Boyz and Honeyz - but not those at work. While your at it check out the rap dictionary
and sort your teeth
out. Finally if this isn't your bag why not try a little bit of rave dancing
- big box little box...where's my keys?
Found at Zfilter
Strong Bad 59 is alledgely out but the whole site seems to be down. Aaarrrgggh! Double checking the domain seems to be registered until 2006 so that's not the problem - it was producing a Yahoo error but it's now reverted to a plain 404. Perhaps there's a problem with the hosting -like too much bandwidth - funny it should go down on Monday which is Strong Bad Day - anyway hopefully it'll be back soon :o(
Mini-Update: Homestarrunner.net has a memo re the main site being down but provides no other clue as to what's happened & when it's coming back - although it looks like this might change. Muuussst read eee-mail.....
Final-Update: Homerstarrunner.com is back and the downtime was all Strong Bad's fault.
rap [5.5Mb]. Truely l33t music video proving the British film industry is alive and kicking.
Update: This link is now well and truely off-line. If you are having trouble getting hold of this video drop me a mail (link at the bottom of the page) and I'll send you a copy.
Update: Scrap that, I've found another copy - link updated.
The awsome Aussie Tim Tam
goes head to head with the UK's classic Penguin
. These are tasty biscuits at their best. Obviously the patriot in me wants the Penguin to win - but having tasted the Tim Tam I'd personaly say it's got the edge - especially if you take into account the Tim Tam Slam
which you just can't do with a Penguin. If you wish to try one of these wonderful delicacies they're normally available at Cybercandy
- who I rate very highly for all your unusal confectionery needs.
If you often wonder what cheese you might be in a parallel universe where people are not people but are cheese instead - this is the web site for you. Just before you go for therapy that is. On your way you may also wish to find out which HTML tag
you are. Fortunately I have lost all my other 'What foo
are you?" links - and 'what drink are you?' no longer works which I'm a bit gutted about as I think I was some find of fancy cocktail.
I am Gouda with <style> since you ask.
What are we all deep down inside? What is the inner self? Disturbing questions for us all but even more so when you are a stuffed toy. The slightly dark tale of the sock monkey and his crow side-kick. The only down side is that this is not the ITV Digital Monkey
- who has now disappeared from public life - read more at Al and Monkey
- who's continued absence has left a real hole in British culture. BTW whilst looking for a picture of Monkey I was pleasantly surprised/shocked to the core that a search for 'sock monkey' at Google
returned more than 12,000 hits. Monkey magic mate.