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Scary Things You Read on /.
by elfie at 31 January, 2005 - 10:54 AM
"Three in four students said flag burning is illegal. It's not. About half the students said the government can restrict any indecent material on the Internet. It can't."
Latest comment: 04 February 05, 5:00 PM

Coachella 2005: Holy Fucking Shitballs
by elfie at 31 January, 2005 - 9:51 AM
Coachella Valley Music Festival
Indio, California
April 30 - May 1, 2005
$152.00 for a 2-day pass

Performances Include:

Nine Inch Nails
The Faint
New Order
Chemical Brothers
Miss Kitten
Roni Size
DJ Krush
Roots Manuva
... and a lot more

I say again: Holy Fucking Shitballs
Latest comment: 04 May 05, 2:04 AM

House of Flying Guinness
by ben at 31 January, 2005 - 8:45 AM
here's a bit of a perblog moment for you all... just because I enjoyed my Saturday so much...

Hair of the dog with John started around 1:30, desperately wanting a nap the whole time, but enjoying Comedy Central greatly too, it was fair.
Latest comment: 31 January 05, 8:47 AM

I will not yell "She's Dead" during roll call
by elfie at 31 January, 2005 - 6:00 AM
Latest comment: 02 February 05, 9:35 AM

Brave Iraqis
by muhgcee at 30 January, 2005 - 9:34 AM
Fucking lazy-ass American non-voters got nuthin' on the Iraqis. We have to brave getting off the damn couch while they have to brave suicide bombers and they still make it out in much higher numbers than us.
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - Iraqis danced and clapped with joy Sunday as they voted in their country's first free election in a half-century, defying insurgents who launched eight suicide bombings and mortar strikes at polling stations. The attacks killed at least 36 people.

Polling stations officially closed as of 5 p.m., but the elecion commission said anyone still in line would be allowed to vote. An Iraqi election official said that 72 percent of eligible Iraqi voters had turned out so far nationwide.

Original story
Latest comment: 30 January 05, 10:51 AM

George Bush politics
by muhgcee at 30 January, 2005 - 7:11 AM
Most of us here on Easily Amusing (including myself) like to bitch and complain about the current administration. But I have not personally noticed any changes in my life that I can attribute to Bush's policies. Has anyone else noticed any significant changes in their own lives that they can attribute to the political situation of the country? The closest I can come is rising tuition costs thanks to our Republican governor. Not that I necessarily disagree with that position . . .
Latest comment: 03 February 05, 3:46 AM

Bear in the Big Blue House would fucking own any kids show character (FACTS)
by AnarchyX at 30 January, 2005 - 6:04 AM
Bear is huge - bigger even than Barney
Bear has paws and teeth that would eat Big Bird for lunch
Snuffalupagus would be a challenge but Bear's agility would overcome that lumbering behemoth
Bear would shred all four Wiggles at once
Latest comment: 30 January 05, 6:04 AM

God I love the depravity that is FC
by AnarchyX at 29 January, 2005 - 11:32 AM
Latest comment: 29 January 05, 11:32 AM

Anarchy X's deep thought of the day:
by AnarchyX at 29 January, 2005 - 6:49 AM
I think murdering the top 10 CEO's spouses and children complete with letters to the media why this was done would go a long way to stopping outsourcing.
Latest comment: 30 January 05, 3:43 PM

wanted: Night Owl Group
by muhgcee at 27 January, 2005 - 3:06 PM
Starting in less than a week, I will be working from 7pm-7am half of the days (not every other day though). I will be completely changing my sleep schedule. I will probably sleep from about 8am-5pm every day. So on my off days, I will be wide awake the whole night, able to party the night away. But, I doubt any of my friends will want to stay up as late as me. Does anyone know of a "Night Owl Group" of sorts? What I am looking for is a group of people that likes to or has to stay up until the morning every day, but doesn't feel like sitting in front of the computer playing World of Warcraft every night. I think it would be neat to have maybe weekly or twice-weekly events for a group like this to get together and do "social" things. Has anyone heard of anything like this?
Latest comment: 28 January 05, 3:24 PM

by pyrex at 27 January, 2005 - 10:33 AM
Alright, hehe, that was pretty funny:

Happy-funtime well made Star Wars spoof
Latest comment: 28 January 05, 11:36 AM

Fight the White Overlords
by Septimus at 27 January, 2005 - 9:56 AM

At this moment you are now listenin to an Ice-T LP.

If you are offended by words like shit, bitch, fuck, dick, ass, ho, cunt, dirty bitch, low motherfucker, nigga, hooker, slut, tran, dirty low slut-tran-bitch-ho, nigga fuck shit, whatever...

Take the tape out NOW! This is NOT a pop album...

And by the way,

Latest comment: 28 January 05, 11:35 AM

Video Game Endings and Sequel Imports
by elfie at 27 January, 2005 - 3:55 AM
So I've beaten Shadow Hearts (1) and I'm going to beat Final Fantasy X-2 with the "regular" endings, and while the games were enjoyable, I didn't think either of them merited playing through a second (or fifth or whatever) time in order to get the "good" or "best" ending. I put in my 40-80 hours and my $30-$50; I think I deserve to see the good endings, don't you? So... anyone know where I can download videos of them? Bittorrent links are fine, but I don't have (or want) any other P2P file sharing stuff.
Latest comment: 27 January 05, 3:55 AM

by typhoid at 27 January, 2005 - 1:51 AM
This is just about the coolest thing I have read this week.

Latest comment: 27 January 05, 7:03 AM

tumbleweeds blow by
by ben at 26 January, 2005 - 10:50 AM
does anyone else want to post something, or is this a blog again?
Latest comment: 27 January 05, 11:08 AM

this is a cool idea
by ben at 26 January, 2005 - 6:37 AM
bidding on consulting for aid to the tsunami survivors...

or is it just hopping on a bandwagon at this point?
Latest comment: 28 January 05, 8:53 AM

Electronic Ennui
by ben at 26 January, 2005 - 3:09 AM
is anyone else getting a little bit bored with most of what's out there on the web? It's seeming to me, more and more, that I was wrong and adam was right... while there are some interesting waypoints, a few worthwhile trading outposts, and my friends' blogs and assorted comics... there's not much more I can think of.
Latest comment: 30 January 05, 10:27 AM

speaking of Japan - Panoramic pics
by ben at 25 January, 2005 - 3:18 PM
my mom showed me this site... just click on the links to see revolving pics of locations in japan... bad ass
Latest comment: 25 January 05, 3:18 PM

now i got something... Ryoko Hirosue
by ben at 25 January, 2005 - 4:19 AM
i watched Wasabi last night, "quite possibly the best French language, English subtitled, Japanese action-comedy ever," their tagline, not mine, but it is really good... and i have to say Ryoko Hirosue is probably one of the hottest women i've ever seen in a movie. forget Portman and Thurman... ok, don't forget them, but rather, put them aside for a little while... ok, maybe Johansson can stay, but only if she plays video games quietly for a while
Latest comment: 25 January 05, 11:28 AM

i got nothin'
by ben at 24 January, 2005 - 9:14 AM
yeah, it was a pretty slow weekend for me... stayed at home all day saturday and most of sunday, but did rent some movies (Ghost In the Shell 2, Wasabi & Resident Evil: ApotofLips) and went to Red Emma's on Sunday. Man, they have some good coffees and teas, super plus A in my book. And the people working there are cool... but other than that, i got nothing?

i'm guessing that people here didn't do too much, since, well, there's nothing here
Latest comment: 25 January 05, 10:58 AM

The Conservative-owned media
by Casey at 23 January, 2005 - 9:55 AM
1963 - Washington, DC - 200,000 Civil rights supporters march.

1969 - Washington, DC - 300,000 Vietnam War protestors march.

1995 - Washington, DC - 400,000 participants in the "Million Man March"

Makes you wonder why the big DC protests are ignored by print and broadcast media these days...

Latest comment: 23 January 05, 11:41 AM

Think of the Children!
by Casey at 22 January, 2005 - 7:18 PM
From one of my favorite blogs:

It is normal for U.S. citizens to be under the direct control and supervision of police officers, at school, in public, and in their homes.
It is normal for the government to have complete authority over your body and over every aspect of your private life.
It is normal for the government to have policies that are in direct contradiction to the will of the people.
It is normal for the government to enforce its policies through direct physical violence and brutality.
It is normal for the government to silence dissent.
It is normal to be afraid
Latest comment: 23 January 05, 12:13 PM

ok, it's... back... ish
by ben at 21 January, 2005 - 9:51 PM is, well, back, by aol demand
Latest comment: 22 January 05, 4:41 PM

let's see if this works
by ben at 21 January, 2005 - 11:46 AM

days until H2G2!!!
Latest comment: 14 April 05, 4:21 PM

very cool text editing tool
by sarah at 21 January, 2005 - 11:26 AM
a professor just pointed me to the direction of SubEthaEdit and it seems very cool.

have any of you guys used it?
Latest comment: 26 January 05, 8:27 AM

VW's new car ad
by ralph at 21 January, 2005 - 8:27 AM
I wonder why it's not being aired here? Oh, that's right.
Latest comment: 25 January 05, 10:01 AM

I can't wait to see what death and destruction awaits us in the next four years?
by AnarchyX at 20 January, 2005 - 6:41 PM
In a sick sort of way I am giddy with the thoughts of the death and destruction that W will bring to us and the rest of the world.

Stock up on ammo now so when the bread riots begin and your neighborhood republican death squad is knocking on your door, you will be prepared.
Latest comment: 20 January 05, 6:41 PM

editing should work again
by ben at 20 January, 2005 - 2:59 PM
sorry about that... after realizing i had 0 security on the edit post page, i fixed it, you can edit your own posts again, Stu and I can edit all posts... in rev. 4, roles and abilities will be done right, not this crap ass coding i'm looking at
Latest comment: 21 January 05, 5:12 AM

National Day of Mourning
by ralph at 20 January, 2005 - 9:18 AM
I can't believe we just hit the halfway point. Today is a sad day indeed.

HAHA, I can't believe I get a second term!

Latest comment: 23 January 05, 11:51 AM

Golden Ratios
by ludwig616 at 19 January, 2005 - 6:53 PM
I've been reading "The Golden Ratio" and thought to myself, "If Phi is such a divine number, why hasn't it been used to create a musical scale?"
Latest comment: 20 January 05, 12:36 PM

Coolest Case mod I have ever seen
by jay at 19 January, 2005 - 4:11 PM
Theres not even a computer case involved in this one. This is up for sale, and it looks like $250 is the current bid. It's for sale on the forums, and you have to be a member to even view it, I am and if your truly interested could work with you.

Heres all the pics, and the txt file has the description.
Latest comment: 20 January 05, 2:58 PM

Google Releases Picasa 2, Free
by jay at 19 January, 2005 - 3:49 PM
It's a pretty nice little image management tool. Sort of has an OS X feel to it (at least to me).

Get it here:

Read more for the "Google" description.
Latest comment: 19 January 05, 3:49 PM

90% off clearance sales rock!
by ben at 19 January, 2005 - 6:26 AM
a friend of mine is moving, and selling records at (a bit of) a discount... i'm getting 150 records for $1.50 each... deep to tech house and whatever else he throws in...

<dance dance dance>
Latest comment: 19 January 05, 6:26 AM

Wow... screw evolution...
by Septimus at 18 January, 2005 - 4:55 PM
DNA Perfection

"Imagine if you woke up one morning and realized that you had dormant superhuman abilities that were waiting to be unleashed.

That once you activated these abilities, you could manifest anything you desired in your life, live a life without drama, create your ideal physical body, become immune to all dis-ease, and REVERSE the aging process."

There. No more need for evolution!

Latest comment: 20 January 05, 5:29 AM

i might be an introvert to you...
by ben at 18 January, 2005 - 12:32 PM
sweet, i got my other 2 records in the mail today: The Faint's Wet From Birth and the Daft Punk - Da Dunk single.

Also, i'm listening to them through the big(ger) speakers in my room, because my dad fixed the receiver last week. Granted, it's only hooked up to the record player, but, you know, i have it now... hehe
Latest comment: 19 January 05, 10:36 AM

by muhgcee at 18 January, 2005 - 11:08 AM
An expedient for acquiring Tic Tacs
Latest comment: 18 January 05, 7:27 PM

while the new .net version comes along
by ben at 18 January, 2005 - 9:46 AM
i found this today... it's pretty damn cool

Unix (which is no longer an acronym) came from Unics which came from Multics (which is one)

BSD stands for Berkely Software Distribution (because they produced Unix 4.1 bsd there)

AT&T (Bell Labs) owns Unix, but because they have been rewritten from scratch, Minix, Linux & GNU can be (and are) free.

neat... or am i just being geeky?
Latest comment: 18 January 05, 12:21 PM

Great Samples: Vol. 1
by ben at 17 January, 2005 - 10:17 AM
ok, i want people to post their favorite movie/tv/book whatever samples used in songs here... i'll start it off...

No Assembly Required: Chicago Methods
(this song is chicago house)
"Mountie: I do not approve of your methods!
Eliot Ness: Yeah, well... You're not from Chicago. "

damn, i guess whoever was me didn't log on for two days... ok, have to fix this somehow
Latest comment: 18 January 05, 1:39 PM

the edge, re-re-reborn?
by ben at 17 January, 2005 - 10:04 AM
now, i'm not the original raver or anything, but i was going out in DC a long time ago, and it's interesting that it took The Edge until a year and a half ago to finally find something to stick with on a saturday night.

I remember N00che's night there, that was really good, but the sound and the space didn't fit with having house in their main room, and I remember a short lived series before that (hi Sasha!) that was good but usually pretty empty... i vaguely remember some one offs even earlier, but by "vaguely" i can only say "not the capital ballroom." (which, btw, became Nation and hosted Buzz for a long ass time)
Latest comment: 17 January 05, 10:04 AM

Pics of D&D geeks
by AnarchyX at 16 January, 2005 - 8:47 AM
I remember how much fun it was to kick the shit out of these folks back in the day.
Latest comment: 17 January 05, 4:48 AM

Favorite New Fake Word
by Septimus at 14 January, 2005 - 11:43 AM

As used on a company website:

"Ruggedized In-Vehicle Modems, GPS Units and Laptops"

I want to meet the person that architected that word.
Latest comment: 15 January 05, 5:34 AM

No Pants 2k5!
by ralph at 14 January, 2005 - 9:55 AM
I stumbled upon this today and promptly joined up. Tomorrow at 3:00PM I'll be riding the 6 train without pants. I'll post photos or links to them when the organizers put them up. Here's the link to last year's event. I can't wait, this is gonna be fantastic!
Latest comment: 25 January 05, 5:33 AM

by Casey at 14 January, 2005 - 8:59 AM
How many people here agree or disagree with the following statement:

"Evolution hasn't been proven either true or false."

Simply comment with a "yes" meaning you agree or a "no" meaning you disagree. I will not offer any comments for this thread.
Latest comment: 10 February 05, 1:48 PM

Yay. For this week at least...
by Septimus at 13 January, 2005 - 9:41 AM
ATLANTA (AP) - A federal judge Thursday ordered a suburban Atlanta school system to remove stickers from its high school biology textbooks that call evolution "a theory, not a fact," saying the disclaimers are an unconstitutional endorsement of religion.
Latest comment: 14 January 05, 9:13 AM

by elfie at 12 January, 2005 - 9:38 AM
Pie just tipped me off to this... check out a quick office google search found this: Infinity Flips WHFS to Spanish
Latest comment: 06 April 12, 4:19 PM

Mac Mini
by Casey at 11 January, 2005 - 11:12 AM

It appears that the rumors, were pretty close to true.

It looks pretty comparable in specs and pricing to the bottom-end Dell Dimension 2400.

I can't figure out how I feel about this. This as well as Apple's new iWork suite is clearly a direct challenge to the low-end wintel software/hardware market. That's good for competition, but I honestly liked Apple as a top-end niche player and I thought they were happy with that too. I wonder if this means they'll also eventually offer a 50$ lcd monitor or something.

In any case, Steve Jobs is making some serious moves here.
Latest comment: 12 January 05, 11:57 AM

Quote of the Day
by Septimus at 10 January, 2005 - 6:25 PM
"A hit of good acid costs five dollars and for that you can hear the Universal Symphony with God singing solo and the Holy Ghost on drums."

-- Hunter S. Thompson
Latest comment: 13 January 05, 8:26 AM

TiVoToGo? Not so much...
by elfie at 10 January, 2005 - 5:07 AM
I had been looking forward to January for about a month now, because January was when Ben would take my old Series 1 TiVo off my hands, giving me justification to purchase a second Series 2 TiVo. The goal of this venture was to take advantage of TiVo's much advertised Multi-Room Viewing combined with their recommended wireless networking add-on. From their website:

Watch what you want, where you want!

Get more viewing choices from any room. With multi-room viewing, you decide not only what and when to watch, but also where to watch!

Kids watching the downstairs TV? No problem - just transfer your favorite recordings to the upstairs TV!


Not so. I call shenanighans.
Latest comment: 10 January 05, 4:07 PM

How would you live another life?
by pyrex at 09 January, 2005 - 11:24 AM
Alter Ego

Phew. I just died playing softball in a senior's team, was filthy rich and left all my possessions to "som obscure charity".
Latest comment: 11 January 05, 6:41 AM

by ben at 09 January, 2005 - 8:45 AM
Are you confident in your own faith?
If so:
Latest comment: 17 January 05, 9:49 AM

About damn time
by Casey at 09 January, 2005 - 4:33 AM
Sen. Barbara Boxer and Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones object to the certification Of Ohio’s electoral votes.

Four years late is better than never I suppose. It would be cool if the left had enough seats in the house to do some damage with this contest. Its a shame that this is no more than posturing on a principle. I wish there was some really hot-shit investigative journalist that could blow this whole vote-rigging thing wide open, Watergate-style. Even a mediocre one could do it probably, its not a hard story to figure out.
Latest comment: 09 January 05, 4:33 AM

esoteric science is teh win
by ben at 08 January, 2005 - 4:34 PM
this guy's blog is cool, i think i may want to add it to the linkinator...

i found it cause he sponsors something positive. today's SP, btw, was hilarious, dealing with Pirates! and relationships...
Latest comment: 08 January 05, 4:58 PM

Libertarians vs Republicans
by Casey at 08 January, 2005 - 4:56 AM
It is an old perception that Libertarians are a third-party incarnation of disaffected Republicans. (Just as Greens are more likely disaffected Democrats). Here's a good article for all you freedom-loving Republicans out there. The bottom line: don't be a Libertarian just because the party you hate more is totalitarian. Be a Libertarian because any party is totalitarain.
Latest comment: 09 January 05, 4:12 AM

more propaganda
by Casey at 08 January, 2005 - 4:38 AM
As a continuation of the theme started by xtheowl:

Education Dept. paid commentator to promote law.

It seems this administration doesn't understand that the government has to have its advertising during the commercials and has to identify itself as the advertiser, just like every other institution.
Latest comment: 08 January 05, 11:00 AM

paypal and hotmail
by ben at 07 January, 2005 - 1:17 PM
i'm having problems logging into both of these sites, anyone else have any problems but me? i've rebooted, i've deleted temporary files and cookies, changed cookies settings, rebooted the router... i'm out of options here
Latest comment: 07 January 05, 1:17 PM

nickelback is sexier than waste of spades of ace of base
by ben at 06 January, 2005 - 2:39 PM
ace of base had only one beat, but nickelback has only one song

considering I can always edit your post... that was silly
Latest comment: 07 January 05, 12:28 PM

"publicity or propaganda"
by xtheowl at 06 January, 2005 - 8:08 AM

(I know, not linked...cut n' paste without any bitching, puh-leez)
Latest comment: 07 January 05, 8:54 AM

Bill Gates thinks you're a Commie
by elfie at 06 January, 2005 - 5:10 AM
Latest comment: 07 January 05, 5:46 AM

things i want on vinyl
by ben at 05 January, 2005 - 11:02 AM
i don't know where i'd find these, so if anyone knows, i'd be happy to learn:

Latest comment: 22 March 05, 9:20 AM

yeah, they kicked ass
by ben at 05 January, 2005 - 9:39 AM
forgot to post this earlier, but

go team!
Latest comment: 05 January 05, 10:54 AM

Allo! Here's a funny from a bit ago...still funny thou
by kira at 04 January, 2005 - 8:48 PM
Somehow I came across this link and I laughed. And now you can too.
It's about the light hearted topic of the End of the World

Latest comment: 07 January 05, 10:38 AM

by elfie at 04 January, 2005 - 7:42 AM
I don't have all my albums handy, so I won't say that Nine Inch Nails has never used upper-case letters, but I'm probably not the only one here who thought that Trent Reznor's standard practice was all lower-case except for logos.

That being said, WTF, MATE?

It looks as though this change has coincided with the completion of the new album. What does that say about the new album? What does it say about the future music of Nine Inch Nails? I have no idea. I'm probably just reading too much into it. Maybe it was New Year's Eve when he made the latest site updates, and he was too drunk to realize he had bumped the caps-lock key.

I guess we'll see.
Latest comment: 05 January 05, 4:02 PM

as heard on NPR
by ben at 04 January, 2005 - 5:04 AM
i don't know how many of you are into bluegrass... i know peter really liked the O Brother soundtrack, and some of these guys were on there, so, check them out, they're really good...
Latest comment: 04 January 05, 5:04 AM

Korean Kids Sing and Dance!
by Casey at 03 January, 2005 - 4:36 PM
Latest comment: 06 January 05, 6:29 AM

a new year, new choices
by ben at 03 January, 2005 - 9:13 AM
so yeah, i know this isn't our normal type of stuff, but with new people come new explanations...

i'm not sure how many people remember this, or even ever knew it, but the site was envisioned (by me) to be a place where anybody could put anything... an anarchistic section of the web, where people say whatever they feel like saying. now, most of the argumentative ones have left, and this weekend was our first experience with trolling, so i am wondering, is the crowd feeling that we should lock things down and set up a closed community, with new members approved by us (or rather, most likely admins), or do we agree to keep it as open as possible?

if we close it, we won't be getting as many new people and ideas coming in, if we leave it open, we're vulnerable to the occassional tub girl or (until i write a check against this) possible javascript attacks...

so... opine away crowd
Latest comment: 03 January 05, 11:21 AM

Anyone have a 64MB PCI video card I can borrow?
by elfie at 02 January, 2005 - 6:56 PM
I bought Pie's dad the new Pirates! for Christmas, and the damn thing won't run on his Dell Dimension 2400. First problem was that someone sold this man a 2.4 Ghz machine with only 128 megs of ram, half of which was used by the onboard video... so yeah, I got him another half a gig so the thing at least boots in under 5 minutes now.
Latest comment: 10 January 05, 4:07 PM

So this is what the new year is going to bring?
by Septimus at 02 January, 2005 - 12:58 PM
So this is what happens when Ben doesn't post for a few days eh? Sheesh. I just love what the Interweb has become.
Latest comment: 02 January 05, 6:48 PM

Free textbooks
by muhgcee at 02 January, 2005 - 7:40 AM
I just sold 18 textbooks on eBay, but 4 did not sell. If you would like one or more, you can have them for free. Either pick them up, or pay me for shipping. The books are:
Latest comment: 02 January 05, 9:37 AM


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