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Friday, July 01, 2005

Bend It-Bag It Bike

Originally a magician in Israeli nightclubs, Uri Geller became well known for a number of years for performances featuring claimed paranormal abilities such as telekinesis, dowsing and telepathy; metal objects were bent and watches were apparently stopped or made to run faster without any apparent physical force being applied to them. Although many people believe he is a genuine psychic, he also has numerous critics, especially in the scientific community, who claim he is both charlatan and con-man.

Although Uri Geller semi-retired from public life in the 1980s, he's still bending objects.
Bikes, to be exact. Presenting
the Uri Geller Bend It-Bag It Bike.

Uri Geller Uri Bike Uri's Bend it, Bag it, Bike!


How are smilies made?

Remember this the next time you post a smilie =)


Firefox Rap Song

What up SpreadFirefoxizlles?

Listen to my new HARDCORE Ghetto-Fabulous Rap Remixizlle. It doesn't sugizlle as mizlle as my other dizzle you know what I sizzle. Lemme know what u thizzle.

PS: Blake thagizlle my izzle, babydaddyizlle. Kagizlle? You know what I sizzle. Badizzle!


Beach n' Billboard

Sandcastles are so passe...sandy billboards are now emerging as a means of advertising.


Flickr Montager

Billy Fowks, a developer at HUGE, has released a nice Flickr toy that allows you to generate a photo montage using images on Flickr.

You type in a word. Flickr Montager then looks for an image that represents that word and makes a mosaic according to the image. You can click on every square of the mosaic to see the other pictures.


Ribbon Generator

My Ribbon Is Better Ribbon

Follow some simple steps to design a custom 'support' ribbon.


Photoshop for women

Presenting Photoshop for women.


Funny kid

....he should have stuck with the slide...or maybe he messed that up too.


If computers could talk....

...we wouldn't want to hear what they're thinking!


Get the Midas Touch

Do you remember the story of King Midas and his gift (or should we say curse) of turning everything he touched into gold? Well, this myth is now a reality and by using sheets so thin they're measured in atoms, you can cover anything with a lasting coat of pure gold.

Charles Shotwell


Thursday, June 30, 2005

Timing is everything

To be a smart thief, you need perfect timing.


Chanel TV Belt

Chanel TV Belt

Gadgets Gone Glamorous! None other than our beloved Karl Lagerfeld himself put his innovative mastermind to work to create this Chanel TV Belt. This gem was almost overlooked during this year’s Chanel Spring/Summer 2005 Runway Presentation.


It's made of cheese.

How would you like to play a drum made out of cheese.

Drum kit made of cheese

Han Bennink wears wooden shoes, plays a drum kit made of cheese. Possibly the Dutchest thing ever.


Artist leaps off museum roof to recall 9/11 horror

CHICAGO, Illinois (AP) -- A performance artist wearing safety harnesses jumped repeatedly from a museum roof to create photographs that recall scenes from the World Trade Center attack, but his spectacle was scorned by some onlookers and victims' relatives.

Collaborating photographers snapped away as Kerry Skarbakka fell more than 30 times from the five-story Museum of Contemporary Art on Tuesday. The photographs will be retouched to erase the pulleys and wires that kept Skarbakka from hitting the pavement.

Performance artist Kerry Skarbakka jumps from the rooftop of a Chicago museum, while collaborating photographers snap away.


Cannabiscuits for mutts

PAMPERED pooches will soon be salivating for a new doggie treat: an upmarket biscuit made from cannabis seed.

Tasmanian entrepreneur Ian Rochfort, who has been granted the first licence to use cannabis seed in a food product, will market the Scooby snacks nationally and for export as Hemp Hound Hors d'oeuvres.

Snack ... Ian Rochfort and stepdaughter Stephanie offer Mali a Hemp Hound Hors d'oeuvre. Picture: Peter Mathew


Warning shmarning

"May irritate eyes." -- On a can of self-defense pepper spray...plus many other weird warning labels.


Paula Abdul lobbies for Calif. manicure hygiene

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - Describing a debilitating thumb infection that caused her to "scream" in pain, "American Idol" judge Paula Abdul urged California lawmakers on Monday to crack down on nail salon hygiene.

Abdul, a former Lakers cheerleader who gained some fame in the 1980s as a pop singer, spoke at a state legislative hearing in the state capital of Sacramento in support of a bill that would mandate tougher hygiene standards for nail salons.

Abdul told California lawmakers that an April 2004 manicure that she had done in Los Angeles prompted over a year of follow-up medical care, including a prescription for medication designed to treat parasites and shots of a local anesthetic.


Gay Rainbows


Rainbows are gay.

And one day someone is going to kill and eat the members of PETA and we'll all be better off.



Bring On the Pain

Fun with firecrackers.
Fun With Firecrackers


Durex Dickerations

Durex Dickerations

Advertisers need to come up with more stuff like this, rather than flashy, loud and annoying TV ads. Use a bit of intelligence and you can come up with something far more effective that'll spread itself.


Wednesday, June 29, 2005

CUNTFLAPS ?? Funny British Game Show

Move over, Wheel of Fortune, you have a more vulgar competitor. COUNTDOWN is the name of the show and CUNTFLAPS is the word of the day. Hilarious shit. Click Here for the Video


Stay at home

Honey, I don't want you to go to work today. I want you to stay at home so we can bake cookies together. If you'd rather do something else that's okay with me too, but I want you to stay here!


Elevator music

Oh, how I would love to try this once. Get inside an elevator and turn it into a disco.


Fill 'er up?

What do you get in exchange for a tune up?


Every parents nightmare

How would you react if your daughter told you...

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Sauna endurance competition

A German man endured scorching temperatures of 110 Celsius (230 Fahrenheit) for almost five minutes to win the nation's first sauna endurance competition.

Andreas Kramp, from Lemgo in western Germany, edged out competitors with his 4 minutes 52 seconds inside the blistering sauna in the eastern village of Dolle Saturday, the Magdeburger Volksstimme newspaper Monday.


Painting mosaic

This image is a photomosaic of the famous painting 'Starry Night'. The image is made with over 210.000 tiny photographs and a total size of over 1.500.000.000 points in other words it is a 1.5 Gigapixel Image. Click over the image (Zoom In) until you start to see the tiny images.


Home built cockpit project

This site contains information on a home built one-seater generic flight simulator using: A replica F-16 forward fuselage section, MS© FS2004, Project Magenta software, the R&R Electronics programable I/O system EPIC-UBS and a lot of building time...



This can only be from Japan. I wonder what goes on in these people's minds. This time it's the Michael Jackson Famicom madness.


Catch of the day

Face the Fact


Waterex, Making Water out of Air


How would you like a water cooler that makes water from air? The Waterex is capable of producing 30 liters of water in 24 hours and has 2 water compartments that can store up to 18 L of water. Think of it as a dehumidifier with a filter. It has five filters to make the water taste just right and a overflow protection sensor for when it’s full. One cooler should provide enough drinking water for 10 people per day.

Vic DaSilva
Contributing Writer, RealTechNews


Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Pac Man Guitar

If you like it so much why not get your own?
Pac Man Guitar


This sucks

Click to watch this commercial. And remember I warned you: it sucks.


Super Fast Pizza slashes delivery times

Thirty-minute delivery: the unspoken, but sought-after standard in the pizza business. Scott Matthew claims his company, Super Fast Pizza, can go from phone call to front porch in half that time.


His drivers take orders and cook pizzas while on the road in $60,000 mobile kitchens.

Sound crazy?

It’s not. And the concept is in high gear in Fond du Lac, Wis.

The work area inside the van is tight, but not impossibly small. Operators enjoy more than 6 feet of vertical clearance inside.


Care for a cup of coffee?

You may think it's easy to serve a good cup of coffe. But can you serve that coffee in style?


9ct Gold Ringed Burberry Condoms

I can foresee great pickup-lines when you're carrying some of these.

Plaid is back baby!
Burberry Condom


Anything but the cigarette

Save the cigarette first, the man later....


Mime extraordinaire

A good mime player has to be entertaining. Now this is a great mime player.

Thanks Rob


Car Running on Cocaine

When her trusty 1996 Toyota Camry suddenly turned sluggish last week, a Slidell woman took it to an auto shop where a mechanic discovered a little problem with the fuel pump: It was clogged by plastic bags containing $40,000 worth of cocaine.

It seems someone, possibly the previous owner, hid two kilograms of cocaine in the gas tank before the woman and her husband bought the Toyota from a used-car lot near Slidell in 1997, authorities said.

"For the last eight years, they've been hauling around $40,000 worth of cocaine in the gas tank, oblivious to their illicit cargo," said St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office spokesman James Hartman.


MountMaps - the world's first 3D topographical ski map

3D MountMaps offers the skier or boarder a practical and smart alternative to existing ski maps. A convenient and tough little product made out of 100% recyclable plastic, each MountMap shows the key topographical details of the mountain in a simple fold-out form.


Why pumping water is child's play

A company in South Africa has found a way to harness youthful energy in solving the perennial problem of water supply in rural villages.

It uses a playground roundabout to power a borehole pump.

Roundabout Outdoors is now hoping to take the concept to other African countries where water infrastructure languishes behind South Africa.

Roundabout children
An enjoyable way of pumping water


Monday, June 27, 2005

Fire brigade wanna-be

Some career advice dude...don't join the fire brigade.


Mobile Phone Headstone

Israel has a population of approximately 6.2 million people, and as of 2002 Israel had 6.33 million mobile phones in use and only 3 million landlines. So thats more then 1 mobile phone for every person in the country. Mobiles more than double the amount of landlines in use!

Now my question is, whose headstone is this?

The tombstone is located in southern Israel and was erected August 13, 1998 for 17 year old Guy Akrish who died in a car accident.

Call it a monument to Israelis’ love affair with cellular telephones. Gleaming in the sunlight, a larger-than-life black marble model of the mobile phone Guy Akrish loved to cradle now marks his grave in a cemetery in the southern town of Ashkelon. “Hello, this is Guy, how are you doing?” reads the epitaph on the “digital display” of the phone-headstone of the 17-year-old killed in a road accident a month ago. Guy’s sister Diana told reporters the family decided on the unique memorial “because Guy so much enjoyed talking on the phone.


Man Arrested For Spitting On Jane Fonda

Police said they arrested a man for spitting on two-time Academy Award-winning actress Jane Fonda during a book-signing stop in Kansas City Tuesday night.

Fonda, 67, spoke at Unity Temple, in The Plaza shopping district, about her new best-selling book, "My Life So Far," and her new movie with Jennifer Lopez called "Monster-In-Law."

At about 9 p.m., police said 54-year-old Michael A. Smith, who had been waiting in line for about 90 minutes, passed a book to Fonda and then spit a large amount of tobacco juice into her face.


Mud pack?

This is one mud pack I don't care to try...
click to enlarge


Special thongs

You're about to see some very special thongs.


Amazing Coincidences

In Beatrice, Nebraska, on March 1, 1950, all church choir members scheduled to appear for group practice arrived late. Each member's various reasons for being tardy were unrelated. But it was a lucky escape. At 7:20 the church was destroyed by a gas explosion.

This one and many more at amazing coincidences.

Thanks Ralf


Pope Benedict XVI gets e-mail address

Got a prayer or a problem for the new pope? Now you can e-mail him. Showing that Pope Benedict XVI intends to follow in the footsteps of John Paul II's multimedia ministry, the Vatican on Thursday modified its Web site so that users who click on an icon on the home page automatically activate an e-mail composer with his address.

In English, the address is benedictxvi@vatican.va. In Italian: benedettoxvi@vatican.va.


Plastic fantastic

Miss World, the Peruvian beauty queen Maria Julia Mantilla, said Wednesday she was considering suing a plastic surgeon after he told the press he had given her buttock implants and trimmed her ears.

"The doctor is presenting photographs that have been altered and you can see, I've never had my ears operated on, I don't have scars, any doctor can come and look at my ears," an indignant Mantilla told RPP radio.

"He said he had built me, that he gave me buttock implants and fixed my ears and this is false -- I'm not the creation of a surgeon, he just did my bust and my nose," the 20-year-old said. "So I'm considering suing."

Check out this gallery of Maria Julia Mantilla.


Kick-ass Kung Fu

Kick Ass Kung-Fu is an immersive game installation that transforms computer gaming into a visual, physical performance like dance or sports. You can fight and defy gravity like kung-fu movie actors - only there's no wires or post-production needed, thanks to the real-time embodied interaction and virtual set technology.

Kick ass!!! More here.


Song About Google

Have you heard the Google Song, sung to the tune of My Girl and available in Flash and MP3? If you haven't, then check this out.....

My favorite lines from the song are:

Before sunrise
Find something to plagiarize


When you meet someone new
To whom you take a shine
Don't make a move till you
Check them out online