Monday, September 26, 2005

Nerd Gets His Spicy Puntang

A case of "me Tarzan you not Jane". Eh Nerd? Click here for sound.

Saturday, September 24, 2005

Pravda At It's Worst

This is a disgrace. Scroll down to the paragraph headed "Silver Lining" quote:
Whatever Hurricane Katrina's long-term effect on the way America thinks about global warming and oil dependency, it is probably going to make GM animal feed more expensive in Europe. Almost all US maize and soya goes through New Orleans and the port of Destrehan, and nothing is expected out for some time because of silting in the Mississippi. This should cheer up anti-GM activists in Britain who have been trying to persuade supermarkets to stick with non-GM supplies and not to accept produce that has been given GM feed.
Nothing like gloating about you fellow human beings suffering to perfectly sum up the America hating enviro-lefties at Al Guardian. Not to mention the increase in price of a cheap protien source for poor Europeans who can't afford to shop at the local organic co-op, like all good Guardian journalists surely do. The global warming paragraph is pretty shody stuff too, quote:
If anyone can talk authoritatively about climate change in Britain, it should be farmers, and a National Farmers' Union survey of its members' experience of climate change has found some welcome unanimity. The average length of time those surveyed had been farming was 25 years, and all agreed that winters are now warmer and wetter and summers are hotter and drier. Among the comments were: "the balance of nature has changed"; "the way we used to make hay is impossible now" and "some areas are permanently waterlogged"
Oh it must be true the noble land workers say so. Piffle.

Via the excellent EnviroSpin Watch.

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Stan The Man Interviewed In Al Guardian


Friday, September 09, 2005


Go to Google, type failure and press the I'm feeling lucky button.

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Job On Mars Anyone?

Apply Here.

Update: from slasdot
I myself am a bit wary of investing in a company whose business plan consists of collecting lots of cash and taking off to Mars with it.