< July 2004 >

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While stumbling about the Internet I came upon a lovely little gem. I was totally floored at the amazing craftsmanship than went into this fine artist's portfolio. Simple, elegant, intuitive. Savor it.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/29/2004 09:27  |    0
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Added Sulkyman, Bundler and Felixman.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/29/2004 09:30  |    0
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Fatman, Roboto, a cycloptic squid thing, a dingo warrior, Beans the pirate, Bionic Cat, Snappy Dresser and a bear sniffing a flower are the new additions.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/29/2004 23:51  |    0
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Added Blockhead, Redwoodman and Popsicleman.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/28/2004 00:12  |    0
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This little Flash cartoon is well worth a look even if you are not a fan of political humor.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/28/2004 16:48  |    0
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The Douglas Adams classic "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" is coming to the big screen with Tim from "The Office", John Malkovich, Mos Def and Sam Rockwell.

Hellz yeah.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/27/2004 22:26  |    0
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Who says that you need drawing ability, original characters or a massive press syndicate to be a hit in the comics biz? Sprite comics are the future.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/26/2004 17:32  |    0
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Oh yes... it be true (and it's free too).

Those Germans sure know efficiency.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/26/2004 17:39  |    0
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Sorry to get all political, but the dirty old coot has done it again. The Inducing Infringement of Copyrights Act introduced last month by the pant load Sen. Orin Hatch (R-Utah) is ready to hit the floor of the Senate Judiciary Committee today.

Markham Erickson, general counsel for NetCoalition had this to say about the bill: "The bill as it is currently drafted is extremely broad and not entirely clear. It would, at a minimum, undermine the Sony Betamax decision."

Since I'm not in a position of any real power, the only way my feeble mind can think of to fight back against this idiotic and close minded jihad against innovation and freedom is to call people (specifically that card carrying Nazi Orin Hatch) childish names.

A little post script to this tirade... Who the hell keeps voting Orin Hatch (the tool) into office? His grudge against technology stems from when the computer replaced the good old days of typewriters.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/22/2004 08:11  |    0
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There's nothing quite like watching these cute little bastards tear each other up. The screams and over the top cartoon gore are hilarious and horrifying at the same time. Kudos.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/22/2004 12:38  |    0
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For the legions of Dick Grayson (one of Batman's Robins) fans out there, there's finally a funky little live action movie for ya.

A lot of the DC Comics characters are sprinkled throughout the movie so even if you think Robin is just another one of Batman's bitches it's still worth a look.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/20/2004 12:19  |    0
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In honor of the second season kickoff of "Da Ali G Show" on HBO tonight we've added an entire category for the pride of Staines. Check it!

Also added a zombie, Yoda (Star Wars) and Zangief (Street Fighter 2).
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/18/2004 22:16  |    0
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Couldn't let this masterpiece go unmentioned... Ali G Harvard Commencement.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/18/2004 22:28  |    0
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Sir William Wallace (Braveheart), the Wicked Witch of the West (Wizard of Oz) and the Witch King and a Ring Wraith from "Lord of the Rings" are the n00bs.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/16/2004 00:36  |    0
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The new additions are Violator (Spawn), Tommy Vercetti (Grand Theft Auto III: Vice City), a casual Hawaiian, a Hawaiian tourist and a UCLA basketball player.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/15/2004 00:08  |    0
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A soccer player sporting a frazzled afro, a Tiki warrior, The Emperor (Star Wars) and Tiger Woods (PGA) join the pixel ranks.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/13/2004 23:43  |    0
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The Mike Tyson we all know and love has been living on the streets recently since going banckrupt.

Here's a choice quote from the great communicator:

"I ain't the same person I was when I bit that guy's ear off."
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/14/2004 15:28  |    0
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A playable version of Sony's next generation console has been confirmed for May 2005's E3.

Hopefully it will come with a hard drive and four player capabilities right out of the box this time... cheap ass bastards.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/13/2004 00:08  |    0
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A few more days and Ken Jennings could top a million bucks on Jeopardy.

I got Jeopardy fever and there's only one known cure... more cow bell.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/12/2004 16:05  |    0
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Added Terran space marine from Starcraft, soccer player, mountain climber, skier, snowboarder and Dex from the Don Bluth classic "Space Ace".
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/11/2004 17:14  |    0
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Added Stimpson J. Cat of "Ren and Stimpy" to the Television icon gallery.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/11/2004 20:30  |    1
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Video-conferencing is headed in a funky new direction. Using a transparent desktop to "see" what another person is doing is a fantastic and logical next step for online collaboration... and porn.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/9/2004 13:12  |    0
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Get in touch with your inner avant garde art AND film critic in one shot... check out some cool live action Flash movie experiments.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/9/2004 15:14  |    0
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How much freaking time did they spend on this prank?
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/8/2004 14:54  |    0
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If you've ever wanted a little insight into how an NBA Owner/GM handles agents, players and the media it's worth checking out Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban's blog site.

Love him or hate him you have to respect the man's honesty and passion.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/8/2004 15:26  |    0
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Another competitor has entered the fray against Gmail - Walla Mail. The Israeli company is offering the same 1 GB inbox right now if you're too impatient to wait for a Gmail account.

Not that I'm paranoid, but Google's targeted marketing strategy creeps me out a bit.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/8/2004 16:08  |    0
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Scarlett, Roadblock, Sci-Fi, Zartan, Air Tight, Baroness, Jinx and Serpentor were the new GI Joe additions. Started back in on the Batman villains - Catwoman, Two Face, Poison Ivy, Harley and Scarecrow were added to the archive.

Rounding out the new additions are Satchel (Get Fuzzy), Sam Fisher (Splinter Cell) and Sam Gamgee (Lord of the Rings).
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/5/2004 02:45  |    0
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I think our forefathers would be proud that any successful 4th of July celebration has to include excessive drinking and fireworks.

God bless America.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/4/2004 02:00  |    0
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Remember those corny "And knowing is half the battle" lectures at the end of each GI Joe episode? Maybe these will refresh your memory.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/4/2004 01:51  |    0
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"Nip/Tuck" is one of those shows you hate to admit being into, but damned if it isn't addicting. I can't quite figure out why the show has me wanting more - the characters are morally bankrupt across the board so it's difficult to find a character to empathize with and the freaky Michael Jackson clone son creeps me out.

There's just something fascinating about seeing how plastic surgeons can slice and dice a body day in and day out. As grotesque as the operations are, it is quite amazing to see what they can do.
Posted by sedgemonkey @ 7/2/2004 07:41  |    0

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