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Nasal Calligraphy

Friday Ephemera

Unfortunately ambiguous Christmas decoration. // How to make silver bullets. // Melting steel with sunlight. // “When can I destroy humanity?!” // Magnetic air cars. // Strangely redundant exercise machine. // Plantbot. // Fridgehenge. A thing of beauty. // A history of chili. // Cunning penguin escapes being dinner. // PES: Moth. // Saturn’s northern aurora. // Space station spider’s whereabouts unknown. // More reconstituted Star Trek. // Eyelash blingMore. // Hug your bosons. // Visual thesaurus. // Meat water. // And, via The Thin Man, it’s the Vince Guaraldi Trio. Oh, good grief.

Comments

Anna

Oh my god. Is that a burning cross?

David

Actually, it’s “210 individual ultra bright lights” that merely give the *effect* of a burning cross.

Anna

"You won't find the Original Christmas Cross in stores…" :)

carbon based lifeform

The visual thesaurus is pretty cool. And the robot head.

Brian H

They do bottles of English breakfast water too:

"Taste the runny yolk, the juicy sausages, the smoky bacon, and those yummy baked beans! Splatter the whole thing with ketchup (squirted out of a plastic tomato Limey Style!) and you’ve got the makings of a delicious breakfast. . . in a bottle!"

http://dinnerinabottle.com/english-breakfast

"Best served at body temperature."

David

I was tempted by the Dirty Hot Dog Water. Truly, we live in an age of wonders.

Brian H

But what about the grease?
http://www.geocities.com/simpsonsshrine/homer-hog_anus.wav

JuliaM

You brighten up my Fridays immeasurably, Mr Thompson... ;)

That cross! *boggle* Don't they have anyone at the manufacturers who took a second look and though: 'Woah! Maybe not...'

Mark

Something for Saturday:

Victory in Iraq Day

http://www.zombietime.com/vi_day/

Baltar's Beard

"Best served at body temperature."

Best not served at all.

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