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Day May 5, 2004

Lego Church


Here is a cool church made out of legos. Is there anything that you can’t build with legos?
(Thanks Jabberwocky, if that is your real name)

Hot Dog Art


It is in Japanese so I don’t understand what they are saying but I can admire the perty pictures.

The Hole


This is a story about a man and his hole. It is actually weirdly fascinating.

About 2 years ago I decided to dig a hole in my back yard.
Why not.
Its good exercise and I could get a tan too. Plus holes are cool.

Sign Language for Babies


Teaching children Sign or signs before they learn to speak can inspire them to learn spoken language earlier, which is a blessing for many parents. Apparently the use of signs gets many children to enjoy communication, and take it to another level – the spoken word.

This reminds me of the Simpsons’ Episode where Homer’s half brother invents a baby translator. Maggie says, “goo gagaga” and it translates to “I have soiled myself. How embarrassing.”

Trading Places Walking Illusions


The most original entertainment and promotional innovation of the decade!

(via Grow-a-brain)

Old Computer Ads


These are computer related advertisements and information scanned from magazines and other sources from the late 1970s and early 1980s.

(via The Ultimate Insult)

Bad Scrabble Hands


The following pages are real, unmanipulated examples of Scrabble-tile-chooosing ineptitude, hands so mind-bogglingly unfair in their horribleness that pictures just had to be taken. If you, or someone you know, has been involved in a similar incident, please submit your own photographs of Bad Scrabble Hands to our growing archive. Your help is much appreciated.

(via Boing Boing)

Pathetic Geek Stories


Geek stories illustrated!
(via The G Spot)

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