My god, it's full of Catholics!    2002-07-23 11:48:24 ET
It was just a sea of Catholic teenagers on the subway today. I had to resist singing Tom Lehrer's "Vatican Rag" or "Every Sperm is Sacred" from Monty Python's The Meaning of Life. I have these naughty impulses to make fun of people from time to time, you may have noticed. :)
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 In case you ever run out of Kool-Aid...    2002-07-20 12:08:13 ET
This product is so WRONG.

http://www.sweetrelease.com

Read the testimonials, they're hilarious.
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 Don't hurt the kitties!    2002-07-17 18:07:56 ET
This sort of thing thoroughly disgusts and infuriates me.

http://www.cnn.com/2002/US/07/16/burned.kitten.ap/index.html
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 When the big kids play Barbie...    2002-07-08 20:35:52 ET

Wow...the things you find when you get bored. This is amusing...and yet scary at the same time. Definitely not work-friendly - so look at it when you get home!

http://www.geocities.com/dollhouseporn/

Come see what Ken and Barbie REALLY get up to.
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 This art is shitty...    2002-07-05 08:28:26 ET
From cbc.ca Arts section:

Tate Gallery buys canned crap
Last Updated 2002-07-05

Arts Now

London - The Tate Gallery has paid 22,300 ($52,000) for 30 grams of the feces of Piero Manzoni, a 20th-century Italian concept artist.

Can 004 is one of a series of 90 cans, called merda d'artista , that Manzoni created in 1961. Manzoni, who died in 1963 at age 29, said he canned his own excrement and sold it for the price of gold at the same weight as a statement on the art market.

In fact, the Tate paid about $1,700 per gram for the feces, more than a hundred times the going rate for gold.

However, a spokeswoman for the gallery told the London Telegraph that the Manzoni piece was a bargain at that price. She called Manzoni an incredibly important artist and his Can 004 "a seminal work."
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A seminal work? I don't want to know...
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