disney's lawyers are filing their fangs as we speak....
Hurt is a great song. You probably know the NIN original and the Cash remake, but have you heard the Kermit the Frog version? Have you seen the poignant video that chronicles his battles with addiction following the death of Jim Henson and his break up with Miss Piggy? If not, move fast. Disney will shut this down as soon as they finish poking their lawyers with pointy sticks to make them meaner. Of course, they'll never be able to make it go away completely, but you might be stuck watching a crappy, tiny, lowres version on YouTube instead of this nice bandwidth-sucking large one.
This was a little disarming...
OK, I know I should keep my hands off this... wait, that's an unfortunate, and insensitive, choice of phrase when dealing with an armless fitness sight. You say you didn't know there was such a thing as an armless fitness site? Sweetie, it's the Internets, you can find a site about anything. You just have to go down the right tubes. I know this is supposed to be inspirational, overcoming adversity, yada yada yada... and I really hate to piss in her party's punch, but I hope she's aware that right now, some twisted guy with an armless fetish is spanking it to her competition picture gallery.
Oh, those wacky Brits!
Those damn Brits don't know how to speak English. You know, what with all that rubbish about calling an apartment a 'flat,' a flashlight a 'torch,' and a policeman a 'bobby.' Well, add 'wigglies' to the list of words that the English misuse. Any 6 year-old who has made a popsicle stick puppet can tell you those are 'googly' eyes not 'wiggly' eyes. The point of this site is to 'spread a smile' by sticking googlies on something in a public space. Of course, you're expected to snap a pic and 'share' it, because it's Web 2.0! God forbid anyone create their own content nowadays.
Me Sasquatch, You Joan.
Lessee, we've got hyperintelligent whales and dolphins, extraterrestrials, and sasquatch all under one happy roof. Welcome to the not-quite-right world of Joan Ocean. The dolphin stuff seems cool enough, but click on the Sasquatch link and we veer right into Richard Dreyfus playing-with-his-mashed-potatos-land. You see, not only does Joan speak ( telepathically ) with the sasquatch, but she's actually gotten gifts from them! And handwritten messages! It's all relayed in an incredibly long account on her site. Steve Austin would be so jealous!