Occupy Fights Patriarchy, Defends Child Molestation
Elsewhere (66)

Friday Ephemera

Motion-tracked yo-yo. // Musical kettle. // Wonder sauna hot pants. // Giraffe in a swimming pool. // Japanese moveable type. // Cannabis jam, cannabis honey, cannabis butter. (It’s medicinal.) // How to pronounce Uranus. // The best US states to start a new business. // Transparent crisps. // A history of tape recording. // Alternative Star Trek titles. // Hundreds of vintage car accidents. (h/t, Sam) // Stanley Kubrick interviews, 1965-66. // “Transformers-style wine rack, $7000.” // Fifty documents of note. // O (Omicron). // 1950s Vegas. // 3D pavement art. // Self-healing plastics. // And finally, why Prometheus is a terrible, terrible film

Comments

Simen Thoresen

Ah, a good morning. Thank you, David.

...and as part of my morning viewing pleasure - infinite dressup of the infinite dressup doll.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Vwn_UfG2spc

-S

carbon based lifeform

"One piece Wonder Sauna Hot Pants simultaneously reduces waist, hips and thighs."

I don't think I'd buy a pair of plastic pants that shrinks anything you put in them...

David

Simen,

“…infinite dressup of the infinite dressup doll.”

Oh sweet lord. It’s an OCD nightmare. With steel drums. Though I was strangely entertained by the clink of Arnie’s grenades.

Dom

Concerning the planet Uranus, the subject came up in Futurama.

Fry: Why don't we go to ... Your anus - he, he, he.
Professor: We changed the name of that planet long ago so we could get rid of that stupid joke.
Fry: What's it called now?
Professor: Urasshole.

Anna

Why did 2000 ducks cross the road?

Anna

Laurie Penny's latest bid for attention.

David

Anna,

“Laurie Penny’s latest bid for attention.”

Thanks, I saw. Not the most edifying moment in the history of Wellington College.

It’s interesting how readily our self-styled “riot girl” shifts into poor-little-helpless-me-mode whenever she’s out of her depth or is challenged on her various slurs and fabrications. And I can’t help wondering how people who actually have been attacked by violent thugs feel about Ms Penny’s self-flattering hyperbole.

The comments to this entry are closed.