I seem to be out of my post-New Year’s stupor and have three low-key links for you. Was anyone else’s neighbourhood completely dead yesterday? I could barely find another soul on the street.
And a blast from the past: History’s Top Ten Curmudgeons. Oh Socrates…
Welcome to the brink of a new year my readers. I’m sure most of you are trying to kill time before going to various Eve activities. Let me offer some help to whittle down the hours.
Beaker Performs Ode to Joy
Popeye is in the public domain starting tomorrow. Get cracking on your 43 volume Popeye fan fiction. Actually, that’s not a joke. Put together your best Popeye art, let us know about it in comments or via email, and the best artwork we get will win an autographed Daniel Bester sheet of paper.
My personal favourite for the day is Build your own squid. I would love to see what you folks come up with.
We’re a day away from the new year and all seems right with the world. War, poverty, and death are all in places where I can’t see them. Well, except the poverty, which still exists in a nation as rich as ours. I’m sorry, you were looking for sex, right? Or possibly Andy Rooney? On with Three Links!
Worried about what to say in the throes of passion with your anonymous New Year’s Eve sex partner tomorrow? Worry no more with this Things to Say During Sex flow chart.
Anyone who knows me knows I LOVE bugs. If it’s got more than four legs, more than two eyes, and is ugly under magnification, I want to know about it. The Hellstrom Chronicle is a 1971 Academy Award Winning documentary warning about the dangers posed to humanity from arthropods. Don’t start watching this if you don’t want some interesting science, a good laugh, and lots of bugs.
You may remember Andy Rooney from his appearance in our History’s Top Curmudgeons article. You should check that out, but it’s not our third link for today. That honour goes to metal_floss and their Did Andy Rooney Really Say That? lunchtime quiz. I got 10 out of 15, how about you?
Seeing as this is the first original post to the new design, I figured I’d make it a quick Three Links for our readers. I’m especially fond of Ze Frank’s song and video.
Someone Out There Thinks You’re Great
Things Left in a Public Place
It’s a brisk boxing day and I’ve spent the morning drinking coffee, watching Rome, and redesigning AxesAndAlleys.com. I still took a bit of time out from my busy schedule for you dear readers. Here are three links.
Clouds Cover Volcanoes on Mars
You’ve got questions. These folks don’t answer them.
Dave’s Web of Lies