Monday, October 31, 2005

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Blinded by Science

Che Gorilla

Saturday, October 29, 2005

Meet, Hat

George Takei: GAY!

Article here

Could theu have found a gayer picture of him?

Friday, October 28, 2005

and to think that this could have been me....

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Things that are not in the U.S. Constitution

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Monday, October 24, 2005

OH! So that's why...!

Foto-rama (June, 1957)

Sunday, October 23, 2005

Can ya help a brutha out?

Saturday, October 22, 2005

"The Boondocks" on Adult Swim

That's some DJ!

Friday, October 21, 2005

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Corruption still rampant

More than two-thirds of the 159 nations surveyed in Transparency International’s 2005 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) scored less than 5 out of a clean score of 10, indicating serious levels of corruption in a majority of the countries surveyed.

Corruption continues to threaten development

The 2005 Index bears witness to the double burden of poverty and corruption borne by the world’s least developed countries.

“Corruption is a major cause of poverty as well as a barrier to overcoming it,” said Transparency International Chairman Peter Eigen. “The two scourges feed off each other, locking their populations in a cycle of misery. Corruption must be vigorously addressed if aid is to make a real difference in freeing people from poverty.”

Despite progress on many fronts, including the imminent entry into force of the United Nations Convention against Corruption, seventy countries - nearly half of those included in the Index - scored less than 3 on the CPI, indicating a severe corruption problem. Among the countries included in the Index, corruption is perceived as most rampant in Chad, Bangladesh, Turkmenistan, Myanmar and Haiti – also among the poorest countries in the world.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

I thought Rumsfeld said this

sad clowns

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

dedtication to the Templar order

Sunday, October 16, 2005

the metamorphosis

Don't beat yourself up, Al

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Why Can't I Own a Canadian?

Wednesday, October 12, 2005


Monday, October 10, 2005


At long last, Rational Thought coming from The Church

Catholic Church no longer swears by truth of the Bible
By Ruth Gledhill, Religion Correspondent

THE hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church has published a teaching document instructing the faithful that some parts of the Bible are not actually true.

The Catholic bishops of England, Wales and Scotland are warning their five million worshippers, as well as any others drawn to the study of scripture, that they should not expect “total accuracy” from the Bible.

“We should not expect to find in Scripture full scientific accuracy or complete historical precision,” they say in The Gift of Scripture.

The document is timely, coming as it does amid the rise of the religious Right, in particular in the US.

Some Christians want a literal interpretation of the story of creation, as told in Genesis, taught alongside Darwin’s theory of evolution in schools, believing “intelligent design” to be an equally plausible theory of how the world began.

But the first 11 chapters of Genesis, in which two different and at times conflicting stories of creation are told, are among those that this country’s Catholic bishops insist cannot be “historical”. At most, they say, they may contain “historical traces”.

The document shows how far the Catholic Church has come since the 17th century, when Galileo was condemned as a heretic for flouting a near-universal belief in the divine inspiration of the Bible by advocating the Copernican view of the solar system. Only a century ago, Pope Pius X condemned Modernist Catholic scholars who adapted historical-critical methods of analysing ancient literature to the Bible.


You've got to be careful of those old short term Popes. They're the ones to enact change because they've got nothing to lose.

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Frozen Shaving Cream Prank

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Hockey's Back!

The Drawings od Leonardo da Vinci

UFO's in GoogleEarth

Friday, October 07, 2005

Like a pillar of cloud

Lit up with anticipation
We arrive at the launching site
The sky is still dark, nearing dawn
On the Florida coastline

Circling choppers slash the night
With roving searchlight beams
This magic day when super-science
Mingles with the bright stuff of dreams

Floodlit in the hazy distance
The star of this unearthly show
Venting vapours, like the breath
Of a sleeping white dragon

Crackling speakers, voices tense
Resume the final count
All systems check, T minus nine
As the sun and the drama start to mount

The air is charged
A humid, motionless mass
The crowds and the cameras,
The cars full of spectators pass
Excitement so thick you could cut it with a knife
Technology...high, on the leading edge of life

The earth beneath us starts to tremble
With the spreading of a low black cloud
A thunderous roar shakes the air
Like the whole world exploding

Scorching blast of golden fire
As it slowly leaves the ground
Tears away with a mighty force
The air is shattered by the awesome sound

Like a pillar of cloud
The smoke lingers high in the air
In fascination
With the eyes of the world
We stare...


Thursday, October 06, 2005


Wednesday, October 05, 2005


Monday, October 03, 2005

New GTA Game

It certainly doesn't feel like ten years since the OJ Trial verdict. Still no luck on the real killers...