Distractomatic

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May
29


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Sweep the Pork & Beans

8:04 am | writes:

Oh, Mr. D.Ball, I see you’ve linked to a music video that brings together the top ‘stars’ of youtube. Well, I see your daring-do & raise you one video that reunites the original cast of ‘Karate Kid’

May
23


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Pork and Beans

10:59 pm | writes:

Sorry for the Youtube linkage – but personally, I was amused when my senior citizen father sent me Weezer’s summation of the last five years of the interwubs in 03:19.

May
21


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Happy Birthday Mr. T

10:43 am | writes:

Happy Birthday Mr. T!

May
21


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The Nietzsche Family Circus

6:10 am | writes:

The Nietzsche Family Circus pairs a randomized Family Circus cartoon with a randomized Friedrich Nietzsche quote

May
21


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Cartoons, Untooned

6:08 am | writes:

 

Pixeloo "un-toons" well-known characters by converting their cartoon images into seemingly flesh & blood creatures.

May
21


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ManBabies

6:03 am | writes:

 

ManBabies takes normal photos of (what could be) fathers & children, but switches the heads for disturbing results. ManBabies!

May
21


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Container Ship Strip

5:57 am | writes:

 

I rather miss whimsy & novelty in product design. Yes, I know it’s still out there, but you have to look for it. Such as this "Container Ship" power strip. Brilliant.

May
20


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Indiana Jones Icons

9:23 am | writes:

IconFactory is releasing a set of desktop icons for each of the Indiana Jones films.
Get your very own idol, Ark of the Convenant, fedora, monkey cuisine & more!

Indiana Icons

 

May
19


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The Superest

8:22 am | writes:

Who is the superest hero of them all? The Superest displays the drawings resulting from an on-going game in which the artists create superheroes to cancel out each others’ powers.

May
16


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Glass version of Solo Cup

1:02 pm | writes:

Red Plastic Solo Cup vs. Glass Version 

The basic, red plastic Solo cup pleases me; probably since this humble cup has accompanied many of my life’s happy occassions (parties, picnics, etc.).
Wanting to be less wasteful, I’ve been seeking a reusable alternative for my instances of festive consumption and found this glass version of the ubiquitous plastic cup.

At $34, it’s rather pricey. But, come on, it’s the plastic cup! Made of glass! Oh, the irony. Oh, the re-usability. That’s rich.

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