November 15, 2006

Can an orgasm change the world?

Permalink | November 15th, 2006

Global Orgasm

The mission of the Global Orgasm is to effect change in the energy field of the Earth through input of the largest possible surge of human energy. The intent is that the participants concentrate any thoughts during and after orgasm on peace.

The goal is to add so much concentrated and high-energy positive input into the energy field of the Earth that it will reduce the current dangerous levels of aggression and violence throughout the world.

Global Orgasm is an experiment open to everyone in the world.

It’s a science project, too…


Battlestar Galactica vs Star Wars

Permalink | November 15th, 2006

In a fight who would win, an Imperial Star Destroyer, or a Battlestar? Let’s find out…


November 14, 2006

Firefox 2007 making the web better…

Permalink | November 14th, 2006

Firefox 2007

Do more with Microsoft Firefox 2007:

RSS (Real Simple Sex)

RSS is a relatively new algorithmic technology fueled by the continued hot desires of many online web users. Accessed by an illuminating an icon on the toolbar - a single click allows you to view and optionally download anything that resembles a tit, a boob or a breast - rendered directly in the browser with speeds up to 10 times faster than the competition. Real Simple Sex can scan and arrange explicit images/pictures in order of quality and effectively filters out irrelevant content such as balloons or soccer balls.

November 6, 2006

K-Fed gets owned on Amazon

Permalink | November 6th, 2006

K-Fed on Amazon

Kevin Federline’s Playing with Fire record gets tagged as “laughable crap” that’s “horrible, pathetic, and god awful” and is so “painful and appalling” to listen to that “aardvarks died for his sins”. Among other things…

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November 2, 2006

Gmail goes native on cell phones

Permalink | November 2nd, 2006

Gmail on your cell phone

Not content with simply offering Gmail via a mobile friendly website, Google is now bringing your mail to your cell phone natively. This new Java app, which works with most Java enabled cell phones equipped with a data plan, was quietly released today. The company claims that their latest offering will close the gap between the classic way people get e-mail — sitting at a computer — and the slow-as-molasses reality of receiving e-mail on cell phones. But is it really faster?

My short review of Gmail for mobile is after the jump, so click the link to…

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October 26, 2006

Jessica Simpson addicted to online dating

Permalink | October 26th, 2006

Jessica Simpson pictures

Feeling lonely after her divorce from Nick Lachey and recent break-up with John Mayer, Jessica Simpson has turned to the Internet to search for love. Pretending to be a shy girl from Texas, Jessica set-up a MySpace page to meet new people and hopefully find a man who is interested in her personality. She has become so fascinated with the idea of online dating that now she’s totally addicted.

There are 4 pictures of Jessica after the jump, so click the link to…

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Every episode of The Office gone, but not lost

Permalink | October 26th, 2006

The Office

Yesterday a link to a page which featured every single episode of The Office (US) went mainstream and circled the web like wild fire. Less than 24 hours later that page, and the site, is nothing but a distant memory. While the site might be gone, it’s far from lost. If you still need your episode fix, here’s the list in all its former glory, courtesy of Google’s cache — you just gotta love Google. But get it quick, there’s no telling how soon before it expires…

Click here for The Office (US)

Update: A mirror of the original site, which features nearly every episode of all most of your favorite TV shows, has been set-up here and here. For up to the minute news on the resurrection of TV Links, check out their forums here.

October 25, 2006

GoDaddy continues to use boobs to sell domains

Permalink | October 25th, 2006

Candice Michelle

An open letter from Adrants to GoDaddy

Dear Bob Parsons,

While your infatuation with Candice Michelle is clearly understood, your infatuation with placing her in commercial after commercial is not. We’d be more likely to understand that infatuation if the commercials were actually any good but with each new addition to the collection, the commercials slip further down the hill towards uninteresting mediocrity. It was funny once when Candice couldn’t keep her top on. It was mildly funny when she rubbed her boobs against the window while on that window washing scaffolding. But it’s hardly funny at all to watch her run through sprinklers across a golf course while an old dude gawks “Oh, the GoDaddy Girl!” Some amount of interests in the spot might occur if Candice’s water-soaked breasts actually moved in a manner resembling human physiology rather than that of a plastic surgeon’s creation. … Read More …

Well, it does look like Bob Parsons‘ infatuation might be shifting from Candice to their newest GoDaddy Girl, Danica Patrick; nevertheless his sexy sells sites motto is remaining the same.

There are 8 NSFW pictures of Candice after the jump, so click on to…

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October 24, 2006

George Bush talks about “The Google”

Permalink | October 24th, 2006

Maria Bartiromo: I’m curious, have you ever Googled anybody? Do you use Google?

George Bush: Ah, Occasionally. One of the things I’ve used on The Google is, ah, to pull up maps. And it’s, ah, very interesting to see — I’ve forgot the name of the program — but where you get the satellite, and you can — like, I kinda like to look at the ranch. It remind me of where I wanna be sometimes.


IBM sues Amazon over technology

Permalink | October 24th, 2006

IBM vs Amazon

I.B.M., the holder of the largest patent storehouse in corporate America, often finds itself defending itself against patent claims from aggressive plaintiffs, seeking a payout.

But the International Business Machines Corporation became the aggressor on Monday, filing two lawsuits against that contend the big online retailer has built its business on technology developed by I.B.M.

The suits, filed in two federal courts in Texas, seek unspecified damages, but I.B.M. contends that Amazon’s infringement is broad, suggesting the potential for a sizable judgment or settlement.

“These patents are core to modern electronic commerce,” said John Kelly, senior vice president for technology and intellectual property at I.B.M. “Most if not all of Amazon’s business is built on top of this technology.”