Submitted for your approval, or at least your mild abuse–these three items:
Little nuggets of content. Take them home and chew on them: they’re delicious.
A most excellent list of House Rules for Monopoly. Two boards at once? Crazy insane!
Oh great. Here come the lawyers to save us from soda. Thanks heaps. Dickheads.
Top 15 Richest Fictional Characters from Forbes. This list is cool, but it’s bullshit. My imaginary friend Dingo the Wonder Squirrel is a zillionaire and kicks all of these guys’ asses. Found via Digg.
I have no idea what this swimming regulation sign is trying to say, and I probably don’t want to know. Best. Engrish. Ever. Found via Boing Boing.
Personally, I have no problem with Starbucks. While I love me some indie coffee, I’m an equal opportunity coffee purchaser. “Oh, you have coffee? I love you. What was this place’s name again? Who am I?”
Still, it’s funny as shit to see an indie coffee’s folks dressing up as zombie Starbucks employees. Absolutely brilliant. I have yet to see somebody take me up on my zombie Smurf idea, but this will do in a pinch.
Found via Boing Boing.
The man’s name is Winter, and the reason he has that vacant stare is because he’s on a mission. That mission? To visit every Starbucks in the world. Read about his adventure here.
While we applaud Winter for his maniacal desire to accomplish his goal, we feel it’s a bit quixotic for a couple of reasons.
First, it’s kinda pointless. I mean, I thought the whole problem most people (read “non-coffee drinkers”) had with Starbucks is that it’s so homogenous. Every Starbucks is just like every other Starbucks. So what’s the point in driving thousands of miles for a cup of coffee you could have gotten next door?