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Friday Ephemera

Play with the solar system. // A digitised collection of handheld electronic games. // Get a six-pack in seconds. // Tornado meets hardware store. // A brief guide to space junk. // Man builds own scanning electron microscope. // Edible biro. // Modern-day Kyrgyzstan. // Unmelting. // Music and emotion. // Chicks plus webcam. // Tweaking James’ face. // The tax wedge. // For those who miss the shutdown of tube televisions. // The dark(er) side of socialism: “How do we bring down the stock markets?” // Photographs of frontier life, 1887-1892. (h/t, Peter Risdon) // Girls making gun sounds. // Why frogs are awesome.



Trying to bring down stock markets seems really to be the less dark side of socialism, when you look at history.


I'm king of the solar system.


Tweaking James' face.

Cruel but funny, especially the second one. :D

Ted S., Catskills, NY

I'm waiting for a biro made of bacon.

In the meantime, I'm mildly surprised you didin't point out the new penis size map that's been making the rounds:

Or, from Houston, TX, USA, Pole Dancing for Jesus:


I tried opening the penis map but couldn't get it up. My poor computer's past its prime...

John D

Tweaking James' face.

Cruel but funny, especially the second one. :D

And #8 is pretty good.

squid vicious

I was really enjoying the frontier photographs until I came across one that was labeled something about an Indian chief and "two Euro-Americans" - doesn't this crap ever stop? Anyway, the politically correct term would be "Snowflake" or "Honky-American."


No, Squid, the proper 19th century PC term would be "Palefaces".

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