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Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Daily SiBlurb- 7/31/07: Chucky Cheese Hip Hop, Horse Sushi, Nintendo Tattoos and Girls falling off Bikes


-Hacked Chucky Cheese Robots - Play hip hop to kids now
-Top 10 Secret Celeb Scientologists - I had no clue and I am disappointed in some of them
-Pirates vs Ninjas - Who will win?
-Horse Sushi - My sushi days may be over
-Communist Mutants from Space 1982 video game - Shot them Commies!
-Minimalistic Summer House - I would live in this house as my regular house...really cool!

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Full Nintendo Tattoo
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Daily Video


Girl Face Plants Into Bike Ramp - Watch more free videos

Bacon Candy Bar

I have said this before and I will say it again - Combining the synergies of Bacon and Chocolate is like combining Earth, Fire, Wind, Water and Heart to make Captain Planet!
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Vosges Chocolate
Deep milk chocolate coats your mouth and leads to the crunch of smoked bacon pieces. Surprise your mouth with the smoked salt and sweet milk chocolate combination.

Sausage, Eggs or Perhaps a Sausage Egg!

Gross! I can't imagine ever eating this unless they added Bacon to the mix. Then I might think about it. Apparently these long eggs come from long chicken hens found in Texas. I hear everything is bigger in Texas. Aside from that I don't understand how they pass something like this out of their body! I'm perplexed and a little disturbed at these freaks of nature or science!


What do you get that friend who has absolutely everything? Nothing. And though I think this is a good gag gift I think that you could come up with an idea on your own instead of paying for it


Monday, July 30, 2007

Daily SiBlurb- 7/30/07: Google Earth, RvB and a hill with a really long name


-30 days of Night Trailer - Looks pretty interesting to say the least
-Strangest Google Earth pics - Cars parking on the side of the buildings
-Anti-DUI restaurant-motorcycle idea - If it works, then I can't complain
-Red vs. Blue to return for Halo 3 - I expected this, but am very excited
-The world at night - Cool!

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The Māori name for an otherwise unremarkable hill, 305 metres high, close to Porangahau, south of Waipukurau in southern Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. The name is often shortened to Taumata by the locals for ease of conversation.
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Daily Video

Crazy flips and aerial some sweet foreign rap!

Mustaches for Everyday of the Week

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This kit is for the people out there that are like me...Mustache-less and very depressed about it. Not only do I not have a mustache, but I can't really grow one to save my life. Sure I can grow a few rat whiskers but that is almost more embarrassing than sharting. So until I hit puberty I am going to have to stick to this adhesive mustache set

I Know You Didn' t Just Get That Tattoo! Part 2

Brought to you by crazy people and Oddee and Clumsy Crooks


Stuck with a complicated decision? Simply look to your WWZD spinner to figure out the answer. Whether the solution is to "Eat Brains", "Decompose" or just to "Drool" you will always be assured that you are doing the right thing.

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Friday, July 27, 2007

Daily SiBlurb- 7/27/07


-Monster Belt Buckles - Cool!
-NES Gamepad Tattoo - Sick tattoo bro
-Treadmill Climbing Wall - This idea is cool but I am not sure how successful it will be
-Seven Deadly Sins Wristbands - Livestrong? No, Sloth
-Dell Ubuntu Computer Costs $1,337 Exactly - funny
-Weirdest Communities on the Web - hmmmm?
-More Ubuntu-Dell Computers on the way! - Ubuntu demand is rising!

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Movie Poster for Sweeney Todd. I am very excited for this movie because it is my favorite duo back to make another amazing movie. Tim Burton and Johnny Depp have teamed up to make such classics and personal favorites as Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sleepy Hollow, Ed Wood and Corpse Bride. I know this movie will be another one to add to the list.
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Daily Video

This guy must have played with his food a lot when he was a kid

Bacon Burger Eating Challenge

Eagles Deli Resteraunt in Boston’s Cleveland Circle is a great place to pig out.....For a mere $50 (Boston Herald not included), you have one hour to devour the bacon cheeseburger skyscraper and landfill of fries. If completed, the burger gets named in your honor, plus $100. Then of course, bragging rights of Boston’s biggest chowdahead.

Sounds feasible until you see the actual burger. Not even John Candy could pound this burger down!

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via [The Sports Culture]

The American-Irish Hero: G.I. Joe Kilt

That's right! Dress up your GI MacJoe's in this GI Joe Kilt. It would work great with my old GI Joe's if I hadn't ripped off all the legs! Bummer. Found on E-bay

Yoodoo Doll: For the Vain

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For those of you who could spend hours in front of the mirror admiring yourself, Drink Stuff has just the product for you, the YooDoo Doll. Just dress it up in your favorite clothes, stick a photo of your face on it and you are good to go!

Thursday, July 26, 2007

Daily SiBlurb- 7/26/07


-Beowulf Trailer -Meh
-Deaths in America - Interesting but I don't know how accurate
-Upside Down Rainbow - oooooohh

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Stretch Limo in the San Fran Hills = Bad idea

Daily Video

Funny Protest Rally at Wendy's for Stereotypical Depiction of Redheads

Storm Thorgerson: King of Album Covers

With Pink Floyd being my favorite band of all-time it is very fitting that my favorite artist of all-time is Storm Thorgerson. Storm Thorgerson designed Pink Floyds album covers as well as many other bands including Led Zepplin, Phish, Scorpions, Peter Gabriel, The Cranberries, The Mars Volta, Alan Parsons Project, The Catherine Wheel and more

Storm Thorgerson (born 1944 in Potters Bar, Hertfordshire) is an English graphic designer. He was a key member of the British graphic art group Hipgnosis, and designed many of their most famous single and album covers. Perhaps his most famous designs are those for Pink Floyd. His design for Dark Side of the Moon has been called one of the greatest album covers of all time. Many of his designs are notable for their surreal elements. He often places objects out of their traditional contexts, especially with vast spaces around them, to give them an awkward appearance while highlighting their beauty. To quote Thorgerson, "I like photography because it is a reality medium, unlike drawing which is unreal. I like to mess with bend reality. Some of my works beg the question of is it real or not?" Several books have been devoted to surveying Thorgerson's work over three-plus decades.

Taken from Wikipedia

Now that I have given you a brief bio of Storm Thorgerson, I would like to show you some of his greatest pieces of art (in my opinion)

Chrome - The Catherine Wheel
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Eye 2 Eye - Scorpions
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Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd
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De-Loused In The Comatorium - Mars Volta (2 pictures)
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Program the Dead - Program the Dead
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...And My Personal Favorite
Tree of Half Life - Pink Floyd
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For More Art and Information Check Out These Links:
-Storm Thorgerson Official Website
-Taken By Storm
-Rupert Truman
-Rate Your Music List of Albums by Storm Thorgerson -Provided by Alabaster
-Amazon List of Books By Storm Thorgerson

Mobster Foosball Player

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Got some players on your foosball table that are acting up? If so then this Mobster Foosball Player will clean things up. You can get one of these for $4 or the whole set for $48.

Product Page via [Nerd Approved]

Chuck Norris Squaring Off with Bruce Lee

This video has some wicked roundhouses, hairy chests and an uninterested cat! I'm still waiting for Chuck Norris to beat the the Karate Kid's ass!

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Daily SiBlurb- 7/25/07: iPhone News, Web Crash 2007 and Cows on the Beach


-Cooler Scoop - Why?
-iPhone Open Source Apps - Here they come
-Comparison: iPhone vs Blackberry - Great review
-Obesity Map of US - Go Colorado!
-Beach Cow - A cow on the beach?
-Fully Functional Warthog - Radical!!
-NES Mouse - So cool!

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Funny Post-it Ad - Ensure you never forget, use Post-its
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Daily Video

Onion Breaking News: Web Crash 2007

Cheapest Linux Box

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Ubuntu Feisty OS: $0.00

Cardboard box: $0.00

Duct tape: $1.00.

Having the bitchin’est case mod this side of the trailer park: priceless

Coolest-Gadgets via [AfroTechMods]

Calling all Bearded Ladies and Men: USA Mustache and Beard Team

On September 1st, 2007 the World Beard and Mustache Championships will be held in Brighton, England! The USA has a ferocious team (I Think) and as any self respecting citizens we should start supporting them in their valiant endeavour by cheering in secret! So check out the line up. Sounds like a fun competition full of tomfoolery and bearded masculinity!

Glenn Moore

Burke Kenny

David Traver

Scott Neas

Dennis Dickerson

Ben Butcher

Toot Joslin

Gary Hagen

Phil Olsen

Jack Passion
For Beard Styles and more about beards checkout
To Register Your Beard

Weekend in the Rockies

Once again here are some pictures I took while up in the Rocky Mountains this weekend

This photo was taken from the deck of my families cabin overlooking Lake Granby
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These two random photos were taken while on a hike with my family to Strawberry Lake
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Geek Trivia: Game within a (video) game

If one day you find yourself sitting down to pen that long-imagined bestselling science-fiction or fantasy novel and you’re looking for one particular trick that will give your speculative story a sense of reality (and lead to shameless marketing opportunities), just throw in a made-up card game or chess variant that everyone in your fake universe knows, enjoys, and plays with inhuman regularity. You don’t have to make up any actual rules for the game, as your devoted fan base (geeks) will retroactively conjure them based on the clues you drop in the prose — even if those clues don’t make any sense.

Don’t believe me? Then explain how it is that I can find “official” rules for fizzbin, a fictional card game that was fictional even in the Star Trek episode in which it originally appeared? The Trekkers among us will recall that fizzbin was a game made up on the spot by Captain Kirk to distract some gangster-inspired Iotians in the episode “A Piece of the Action,” with a set of rules that contradicted themselves even as the good Captain was explaining them. Nonetheless, Star Trek fanatics have gone so far as to conjure forth rules for fizzbin, and one can sometimes find them playing it at sci-fi conventions.

The same is true of the infamous Tri-D multilevel variant of chess, which Trek producers cobbled together from various 3D checkers and tic-tac-toe boards simply as a prop with no legitimate rules. Nonetheless, I can download rules and instructions for building my own fully functioning Tri-D chess game board. (Key point: The board has to be able to change configurations to be fully legal.)

I can also get rules (and cards) for the Star Wars gambling game sabacc — a game that allowed Han Solo to win the Millennium Falcon from Lando Calrissian. Heck, the TV show Firefly aired barely a dozen episodes during its 2002 run, and the draw poker-inspired game Tall Card appeared in exactly one of them, but I can download cards and rules to play Tall Card too.

Not all fictional games are just for show, however. One hacker-favorite made-up card game actually served a real-life purpose — it was an anti-piracy measure for a classic video game.


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Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Daily SiBlurb- 7/24/07


-No Borat Sequel - Figured that they wouldn't do it
-Drew Carey to Take over for Bob Barker - The Price is Wrong! I didn't think anyone could replace him so I thought they should have ended the show.
-USA Tetris - Kinda fun, Kinda challenging
-Tank Limo - Sweet!
-Wasabi and Curry Pop! - Yummy in my tummy

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Crashed iPhone on display at an Apple Store
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Daily Video

Look what happens when you mix Mentos with beer

Did You Know: Chinese Restaurant Syndrome

Chinese Restaurant Syndrome is a disorder experienced by some people after eating Chinese food. It is characterized by headaches, thirst, tightness in the chest, palpitations, and numbness in the hands and neck. The syndrome has been attributed to monosodium glutamate (MSG) contained in highly flavoured foods and sauces (especially the soy sauce which is offered as an accompaniment to many Chinese meals). It is said that Vitamin B6 can help alleviate the symptoms of this odd disease.

Krazie Soccer Ball Beer Koozie

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Just drop in a beer in this traveling koozie and it drives itself across the table, but don't worry because it won't fall off thanks to its sensing circuitry.

via [Nerd Approved]

Lego Salt and Pepper Shakers

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These Salt and Pepper shakers are made of only Legos... pretty cool huh?

via [Geekologie]

Monday, July 23, 2007

Daily SiBlurb- 7/23/07


-High Heel Race - Stupid, but I think it might be entertaining
-Largest ant in the World - Wow
-iPhone Security Vulnerability - interesting but I am sure it won't stop people from buying it

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No one like Timmy...not even Mom

Daily Video

Inmates perform Thriller

Outrageous Signs and More

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