Friday, February 27, 2009

Sara Haskins' take on marketing geared towards women.

I've learned that women can't poop and are obsessed with yogurt.

This one's long (48 min), but there are shorter ones here.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

"Pedro Land" in Dillon, South Carolina

Monday, February 23, 2009

I think I may have found the line between genius and insanity.

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You know that saying, "Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink"? It's like that, but with toilets.

Koreans don't f@#$ around with bubble gum.
The Adam Carolla Podcast

Intelligent talk, not watered down. It's only 45 minutes, but this is the future of content based radio.

Good advice from the world's worst name.

Friday, February 20, 2009

The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo.

Get educated, yo.

Earn a degree whilst a cheetah naps in your lap. Thumbs up Facebook, thumbs up.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

You can do anything here, anything at all.
(Sound warning)

Snails Go west ! Funny TimeLapse from on Vimeo.

Snails are busier than you.

Canadian turned Muslim wrestler opens Chinese food rib shack in Atlanta.

Sometimes it's better not to find out what happened to your childhood idols.

Soon it will hatch and a beautiful ankle butterfly will emerge

Stop being a tool, grab one

15 Essential tools no man should be without.

Don't laugh, he's smarter than you are.

It will be mine, Oh will be mine

Yea, this isn't new

History is like a dirty mirror, we only look hard enough not to hurt our eyes.

"In the 1860s, the rulers of the newly-formed Austro-Hungarian Empire encouraged their bankers to be more free with their lending standards. Their goal was to encourage growth in the empire. The result (this is going to sound eerily familiar) was over-speculation in building, massive default on borrowed funds, and economic collapse throughout Central Europe. The worldwide depression reached all the way to the United States and triggered the Panic of 1873. On the bright side, many of the most beautiful buildings in Europe come from this period of “irrational exuberance.”"