Friday, December 09, 2005

X-mas Story...with Bunnies

Cute rendetion of the now classic "Christmas Story", but has lame Starz commercial

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Bad Ass X-mas gifts...

Giant Jellyfish

Giant, 450lb jellyfish are plaguing the fisheries of China, South Korea and Japan, killing fish, breaking nets, and poisoning the catch. They are 6ft wide and weigh 450lb (200kg), with countless poisonous tentacles, they have drifted across the void to terrorise the people of Japan. Vast armadas of the slimy horrors have cut off the country’s food supply. As soon as one is killed more appear to take its place. In the meantime locals are making the best of it — rather than just complaining about jellyfish they are eating them...

Eat Dog Cat Mouse

Eat Dog Cat Mouse is Kwok Fung Lam’s first short animated film. Commissioned by Channel 4 for this year’s MESH scheme, the three-minute film is a twisted story in the style of a folk tale about revenge and relentless eating. Before Mouse finds a way to the delicious cornfields Cat eats him with dire consequences for the food chain.

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Still punk...

Qian Daokang, a 105-year-old man, plays with his puppie at his home in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province December 7, 2005. Qiao Daokang refused to work as a "brand ambassador" for seven companies that produce health products. He said his longevity was due to exercises rather than eating health products. [Xinhua]

Woobot of the Week

Yes! The 2005 International Robot

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Hong Kong Protests!

Protestors march for Democracy in Chinese controlled Hong Kong...This is AWESOME!! Check it out here and for some analysis of what China's concern's are
go here

Monday, December 05, 2005


The US Post Office is issuing a sheet of 20 stamps with pictures of classic and modern DC comics superheroes.

Skull Hoodies!

link These are on Canadian E-bay...who knew?

Desi Monopoly

Desi Monopoly is a new special edition board-games celebrating Indians, Pakastanis and other Asians living in the UK; the properties are a mix of Indian icons (famous train stations, the Taj) and Asian neigbourhoods in Britain.


This is how WE do it...pure hilarity...and you can dance to it too. Q-Unit