Guess who’s back? Tell a friend, tell a friend, tell a friend

2009.02.26

It’s the return of the giant link-list email newsletter thing, now consolidated into a blog post for yourmy convenience. Would anyone be interested in an occasional mix-CD?

Bacon. A food so delicious that the bible forbids it. Sin with me: bacon cupcakes, Mike Nelson of Mystery Science Theater 3000 commits suicide by bacon, bacon explosion, get that bacon out of your teeth with bacon floss, chocolate bacon and the coup de bacon, candied bacon ice cream

File under “and people say I’m hard to shop for”: happy vagina t-shirts, aquarium toilet, check out the speakers on her, vagina perfume

File under “like goldy, but with iron”: Catholic church needs to read the bible more, apparently

Questions are a burden to others, answers a prison for oneself: http://www.cliqueclack.com/tv/2009/01/07/the-prisoner-is-free-and-online/

Science! It works, bitches! : Tattoo changes color with glucose levels.

Rob wants to give you a high five!

So…about that salmonella peanut butter: bird shit.

Freebase caffeine

There are no words for Starfish hitler

Science makes a mermaid.

4 comments

  1. Hello,
    I am Andrea, the author of “Tomorrow”.

    I left a comment here because it’s the only way that I have to contact you.

    I sometimes surf the web searching for the sites that use my theme, and I discovered yours this way.
    I’ve noticed that every post shows the custom field “sociableoff: false” and I guess this is an unwanted effect.

    As I noted in the “readme” file, under certain circumstances it may happen to see displayed custom fields not explicitly declared by the user. Typically, these values are silently inserted into the database by some WordPress plugin, or through the importation of data from other blog platforms.
    In this case, I suspect the “sociable” plugin.

    If you want to avoid showing the custom fields, you need to edit “variables.php”, changing the value of the variable $showcustomfields to ‘false’, this way:

    $showcustomfields = ‘false’;

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

    Andrea, February 28, 2009
  2. Hello Andrea, thank you! Yes, it was unwanted and I’ve implemented that change, thanks again!

    Dave, February 28, 2009
  3. :cough:

    http://reallyseriouswork.blogspot.com/

    :cough:

    Shaun, March 5, 2009
  4. I’m reading this as “whine whine whine, I am shaun and I have sand in my vagina”

    But yes, point taken. THERE’S AN EVEN BIGGER POST COMING DOWN THE PIKE FOR REALLYSERIOUSWORK.

    Dave, March 7, 2009