Good luck with that election thing, you eager Iraqi electorate. Why don't we get the grape juice stained finger here for American elections? "I Voted" my ass. Actually, I would vote for my ass, but I suspect that if elected it would not serve. Blah blah blah you eat the links now. Moderately slow week in this department, but I posted about other unexpected dross this week like the trooper I am, so consider yourself fortunate. Fortunate I said. You're not looking fortunate enough. You heard me. Make with the fortunating.
As it says, this is really mean, but it's too funny to pass up the cheap shot.
Can't have pets in the office? Then toss the Ball around with this strangely endearing little creature. Bad Mags is a wonderfully sleazy collection of wonderfully sleazy pulp and nudie mags--worth it for the cover art alone. Microhumor: All the bacon in the world. Reminiscent of the legendary Super-Friends-dubbed-with-Wassup is Legion of Dogs, which combines the esteemed Legion of Doom with Messr. Tarantino. Here's Bushes, a poignant and moving documentary film depicting an assortment of fine ladies getting "the wax." Don't worry, only their faces are shown, and it's still worth it. And this is a priceless Playstation ad that shows pornstar hardbodies predating upon hapless herds of golfers during a vulnerable water crossing. Why? Well, it does seem natural somehow. (via)
For those blessed/unfortunate enough to use the NYC subway on a regular basis, the MTA now offers the Platinum MetroCard. Also be sure to peruse Professor Morley's Scientific Conclusions Regarding Bees.
Best Alarm Clock Ever: the Sfera, a shimmering, musical globe that hangs from the ceiling and must be slapped to snooze. But with each snooze, it retracts a little further away, forcing you to reach higher and higher. Aren't you glad you didn't invest in twelve-foot ceilings? (via)
And to finish, why did it take so long for someone to create Hieronymus Bosch figurines? If only they were fully poseable, though I've no idea where you'd put the joints. You'd need the hellish dreamscape panorama playset too, of course ... (via)