|More stupid what-thing-are you verification, with a simple test that determines the
animal or animals in you.
Fine descriptions, though. I am one hundred per cent mole,
"Incorrect Safeway Magazine Information
Their bold capitalisation. Such was the huge sticker on the free Safeway magazine yesterday;
sufficient to intrigue me into picking it up. Secret terrorist instructions
for logically impossible Christmas produce. More magazines should try this.
Classic Oil and Vinegar Set - page 56, November 2001
This recipe has a printing error, which
means that it does not comply with
Safeway's safety standards. The heating
temperature recommended for the garlic is
too low to guarantee its safety when used
in olive oil. Heating the garlic to a safe
level would burn it and destroy the flavour.
Safeway therefore warns customers
NOT TO ATTEMPT TO MAKE THIS PRODUCT."
|A dusty old anti-terrorism
flyer from the FBI, warning the innocent public to be alert for
those dangerous "lone individuals" and - ahem - "cyber penetration". The
whole thing looks like a rather badly-photocopied Paranoia handout.
by Elephants is actually rather good in places;
far more interesting than mere human abstraction. If you're in London next
weekend, there's an exhibition of it
on the Sunday. [via Raak@MCiOS]
Zeitgeist shows increasingly popular search terms, versus
those that we're getting bored with. Palpable exhalation of a
yawning nation turning its back, for transient interests such as
"meteor shower" and "charlotte coleman". All quite sad, really.
"Occasionally I will get a mutation, a candy that is misshapen, or
pointier, or flatter than the rest. Almost invariably this proves to be
a weakness, but on very rare occasions it gives the candy extra
strength. In this way, the species continues to adapt to its
Fitting that this piece on M&M
evolutionary pressure has itself been cloned
and mutated around the Internet's humour lists, for at least
five years. [via Ole]
|I've only just gotten around to playing it, but Rumble
is a thoroughly good game. The skeleton of a simple bidding and outguessing
thing, draped with the flexibility and latex frivolity of player-improvised
super-powers. Fitting outlandish ideas into the context and language of a simple
game structure. "Green Gas Bombs - Use this power no more than three
times per game. Add 50 to your Defence." Etc. Quality brain exercise-o-tainment.
||Inspirational; a colour
harmony suggester that takes an RGB value of your choice and
waves appropriate swatches at you for consideration. [via plasticbag]