Submitted by Compugasm on May 24, 2007 - 05:41
This is a funny show, if you like hidden camera shows. I've probably seen four or five episodes since the show started in 2002, so I can't say I'm a regular watcher. One thing I noticed about the gags is they end with Jamie saying "You've been x-ed". The person being pranked is dumbfounded, because no-one knows what that means.
Submitted by Compugasm on May 19, 2007 - 05:37
Here is a funny story about Cats in a Swedish newspaper, The local. The town of SÃ¶derkÃ¶ping are facing a crackdown, after the council issued a ban on free sex and on pooping in the flowerbeds. Environmental and planning officers in the town, 180 kilometres south of Stockholm, have demanded that cat owners place litter trays outdoors.
Submitted by Compugasm on May 18, 2007 - 03:31
Jeff Knooren of Super Unit 5000 won the May Innocent Webcomic Fan Art Contest. The top prize is $50 and the winning entry will be printed on the back cover of the next issue of "Family Bones" comic book distributed worldwide. The contest was held to celebrate the 100th page of the Innocent comic.
Submitted by Compugasm on May 12, 2007 - 17:50
Have you ever watched a cartoon on television, and wish that you could create your own characters? Anything that is complex can be broken down into simple shapes. Many drawing programs, like Freehand, Photoshop, or Flash have libraries. Without getting into specifics of the program you happen to be using, I'll show you how to create characters, and do cool things with them.
Submitted by Compugasm on May 10, 2007 - 15:03
Sooner or later, it has to happen - a true 'weedless' hook and lure!!
Submitted by Compugasm on May 10, 2007 - 00:41
Should Alec give an apology on national TV? Absolutely NOT! Kim puts the private voicemail message on the Net, and now he has to apologize to the nation? Then Pamela Anderson should apolgize for releasing her wedding videos because those were "stolen" right?
Submitted by Compugasm on May 8, 2007 - 09:12
The American Academy of Pediatrics estimates that children in the United States watch about four hours of television every day. They recommend that children under age 2 should not watch any and older children should watch no more than 2 hours a day of quality programming. They said the number of young kids watching TV is much greater than expected.
Submitted by Compugasm on May 8, 2007 - 03:37
Submitted by Compugasm on May 4, 2007 - 21:36
I have trouble understanding why people spend outrageous sums of money, on collectable coins. A dollar has almost no value. In fact, it costs 1.4 cents to make a penny, and 5.3 cents to make a nickel. It costs more than the denomination. The coins aren't really valuable, and lots are "accidentally" created with mistakes all the time to give them value they don't have.
Submitted by Compugasm on May 4, 2007 - 08:34
I mentioned in a previous post, how people who own cats annoy me, because they picture themselves as a kind of cat superhero. Coming to the rescue of their feline friends, where-ever the internet calls them. This latest gem comes from Darlene: