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and make their room a fridge for Superman


Friday, May 02, 2003

I just discovered (or, perhaps, rediscovered, I've got infonesia) this site which creates a surreal found poem from any URL. Here's what it generated for my site (and here's the code that does the dirty work):

Darren Barefoot waiting for
AprilMy Web sites like a bad one.
I was more forthright about open sourcing
Building Modular
Documentation. be highly organized people
have, an
interesting analysis of
the
game TheatreWhat a visible police in
then they only want to deploy
cardboard cut outs, there a deeply obsessive
autistic mind,
but is that, seats 4A through 4F pretty easily. In
the tour only want to evaluate just
how Impure
I understand
quite
how fiendish and netted $80,000
who buy your book Single
Sourcing: his novel which,
makes me laugh out is only two steps,
so
it works, but this freeware
model a
tip
Jar as well. a
protest instead of
Lego a mere $142.


10:26:41 PM    

I recently discovered The Toque, apparently 'the World Leader in Canadian Satire.' It's clearly modelled on The Onion, which is a wise move. As with The Onion, the one-liner headlines are the best:

For my non-Canadian readers, this young woman is wearing a toque:


10:16:02 AM    

For the past six months or so, I've been trying to avoid as much celebrity news as possible. I don't care that what's-her-pickle had a baby or who's-his-name re-entered re-hab (wow, look at all those hyphens!). So, I've pretty much ignored all of the sundry entertainers who have come out for or against the war in Iraq.

The irony of this Boycott Hollywood site is that, despite its name, they only want to boycott liberal, anti-war entertainers. They're totally okay with all of the conservative celebrities holding forth on foreign policy (which reminded me of this Farkin' hilarity from the other day). They're not keen on the French either.


9:36:13 AM    

Truth continues to be stranger than fiction. I was pretty sure this was a parody, and looked around for evidence of such, but the URL doesn't lie:

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE W. BUSH, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim May 1, 2003, as Loyalty Day. I call upon all the people of the United States to join in support of this national observance. I also call upon government officials to display the flag of the United States on all government buildings on Loyalty Day.


9:28:12 AM    

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