Monday, October 19, 2009

YouTube Heroes #3

Brooklyn- and blood-based band The Gregory Brothers have been on an edutaining roll with "Auto-Tune the News," now in its ninth episode.

To my micro-nostalgic mind, though, the series reached its harmonically enhanced pinnacle way back in April of this year, with help from Katie Couric and some very, very thin ice:

Saturday, October 17, 2009


another example of the spendocrats taking away our freedom


* Check-out limit: 50 items
* Interlibrary Loan fee: $5 for each item obtained
* Items designated for children 12 and under: Daily fines of 15 cents per item
* Bring borrowing limits and fees in line with other library systems

but seriously, who needs more than 50--or even 50 for that matter--things checked out at once.

Ron Paul 2012

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Poor old Volunteer Tumefika

Original text courtesy of my good friend Abe. Translation courtesy of teh Googles.

English -> Afrikaans -> Yiddish -> Filipino -> Swahili -> Estonian -> Maltese -> Catalan -> Thai -> English

Number seven years ago, but their focus is the Chinese people the freedom that the new focus of all human actions are created equal.

While this country a good part in the war or who are important in pregnancy can be affected. We are limited in major wars - the war area. Volunteer Tumefika at the bottom of the farm for the rest of the lower leg end his life in cattle. Effective way to improve what they deserved what we do.

But in terms of a choice - not holy - holy land - no. I dare and die in this battle of the many dedicated fish we can add or remove poverty. Earth Funny little known L. grieve or remember the set but I can not remember why, here. This is our lives, but their commitment to work is not done here and those who fought and fish art are far better. here. We will be better allocated to other than us - flowers die with remorse services they provide in the final full test - We regret the death of the art treatment of many free Highline Shaka - claims that country. Under the new freedom is God - the people and government employees who die in the field.


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Friday, October 9, 2009

The Friday Mixtape

So here is a thing I have been doing:

Today's installment (the 4th in a pseudo-weekly series) has a fairly obvious and superficial theme, but I guess any theme is better than none at all. I hope you like it.

Mad props, by the way, to the developers of Opentape, an open-source clone of the essentially defunct Muxtape interface. I've been it using for the better part of a year now, and I love it dearly.

Over and out.