Delenda Est Carthago

Why not delve into a twisted mind? Thoughts on the world, history, politics, entertainment, comics, and why all shall call me master!

Location: Mesa, Arizona, United States

I plan on being the supreme dictator of the country, if not the world. Therefore, you might want to stay on my good side. Just a hint: ABBA rules!


Chicken-fried links!

Enjoy the high-carbohydrate goodness! I will probably skip next week because I'll be busy on Saturday. We'll see.

Crisis on Infinite Earths - the comic books links!

Yes, I'm shamelessly posting pictures of a scantily-clad woman! This comic book store in Florida is - shocking! - using sex to promote their store!
Sexy ChickSexy Chick 2
This comes from Heidi's blog. The biggest problem I have with this is - how is this going to get new customers into the store? Won't they think it just confirms the stereotype?

Chris reviews the freakishly weird Power Man & Iron Fist #75. When he writes "YOU ARE NOW FREAKING OUT," he's not kidding.

For all you comic book nerds devouring Infinite Crisis, go read Alexander Luthor's blog from the pocket universe. Funny stuff.

Dorian gives us something to help us on the road of life:
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Ex Machina - the political links!

Did you know that Indonesia starved to death about 180,000 East Timorese? Yeah, me neither. Who cares about Indonesia, right? It's on the other side of the world! I found this story at 2 Blowhards.

Interesting thoughts about assisted suicide and what has happened in the Netherlands because of it. This in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision saying Oregon's law permitting assisted suicide was okay.

The 20 Meanest Cities In America! According to their laws against homelessness. Phoenix is #17!* I'm so proud! This is from Blog For Arizona.
* By the way, the pound sign is called an octothorp. How cool is that?

Interesting post about "evil" feminists. I found it at Echidne of the Snakes.

Remember the "vampyre" who is running for governor of Minnesota? Sure you do! Here's an interview with him! Best question: Do you think your campaign will force Democrats and Republicans to finally address the issue of impaling criminals? I found this at Pharyngula.

Major Bummer - the fun links!

I have mentioned Overheard In New York before, but for some reason lost the link. Then I found it again. It's hilarious. Here's a sample:
Guy: Wait, you had anal sex?
Girl: Yeah. It really hurt.
Guy: Well, what did you expect? Why did you do it?
Girl: You have to try everything once, just as my mother told me.
Guy: I don't think you're meant to include anal.

Andy gives us Ten Pick-Up Lines That Never Work. I want to get divorced just to try them!

Speaking of pick-up lines, The Network Geek gives us the Top Eleven Geek Pick-Up Lines!

Doctor Doom makes New Year's Resolutions.

Click here. Trust me. Just do it! I simply can't describe it, but I'll give you a hint: I pity the fool who doesn't click the link! I found this at The Chronicles of Rhodester, where he discusses My Space and the fun comments people leave at the sites of hot women. So I happened to browse through some of them (totally by accident) and I have my suspicions that these women are being totally honest with their admirers. Check these two people out: this one and this one. Hmmm ...

God Hates Everything. Literally.

Latigo Flint reveals the secret of the girl in the shed. Tragic, so very tragic.

What If ...? - hittin' the "next blog" button!

Not The Country Club, a typically evil left-wing blog. Damned Commies! It includes this very interesting post about the president of Iran and his remarks about the Holocaust.

Bombs And Shields. Not sure what this is all about - it looks like a litany of crimes. Seriously. If anyone can tell me the theme, I'd be happy to know.

Exwitch Speaks. Somebody in Auckland, NZ, with atrocious spelling and punctuation skills.

Special K's Place. "A Picture Taking, Poker Playing, Redneck Computer Geek Tries to Say Something Interesting." He likes Hummers (the motored vehicle - get your minds out of the gutter!).

New England Sports Hub. Nothing against New England sports, but I ran from this site. Fast.

The Weird - all the miscellaneous links!

I found Teen Angst Central somewhere. I love blogs by teenagers! Here's a sample: No fourteen-year-old should know how to deep throat. Too true, too true. Most of the entries are short and wacky. Go read.

A man's unborn twin embryo was removed from his back. Eeeewww! This is from Ace of Spades.

This is a LONG article about why squatting when you eliminate fecal matter is better than sitting (do you like my genteel verbiage?). Man, it's bizarre. Just so you know I wasn't looking for this, I found the link at The Anti-Corporate Patriot.

Chris Tamarri extols the virtues of Paul's Boutique. What a freakin' brilliant album.

In the course of her working day, my lovely wife found this real estate tax law site. Why should you care? The guy is awesome. This is from the main page:
Why do YOU invest in real estate? I mean, it can be rough ... deadbeat tenants with a talent for innovative destruction, Commie-pinko Legal Aid attorneys who think greedy landlords shouldn't even be allowed to own buildings, the joys of dealing with incompetent and dishonest contractors (Was that redundant?).
Damned "Commie-pinko Legal Aid attorneys"!

Tim O'Neil breaks down R. Kelly's masterpiece Trapped In The Closet.

You have been warned if you read this: The key word is "squirter."

Orson Scott Card defends intelligent design. And, helpfully, PZ Myers rips it apart.

Who wants to buy a castle? This is from Sarcasmo's Corner.

Check out various prom photos. Always fun. This is from Styrofoamkitty.

How MTV will save America. He's not joking - it's very interesting.

Perfectly timed photos:
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Seattle has a Giant Shoe Museum. So says Welcome to Blog.

Go here and click on the link. It's not for children, very weird, and more than a little disturbing.

Heather points out this most excellent item:
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I'm not sure how I can top that, so I'll say have fun wandering around the World Wide Web. Tomorrow: Mormon landmarks!


Blogger Chance said...

Great links as always. "Octothorp" would make a good band name.

21/1/06 10:37 PM  
Blogger Ashley said...

I think 'Special K' has a special deal with Blogger. I ALWAYS land on his site if I click the random blog button more than 3 or 4 times in a row. Weird.

22/1/06 6:55 AM  
Blogger Andy Land said...

Thanks again for the plug. Most appreciated.

I actually gave one of those awful baby keychains to a friend of mine as a joke. AWFUL & TACKY in every conceivable way. ;)

As for the hottie in the comic books store...all comic book stores shouldntake to this marketing technique. LOL!

22/1/06 1:24 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

That's weird, Ashley. I think you may be right.

I may have to get that keychain as a gift, Andy. Truly bizarre.

22/1/06 3:11 PM  

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