Too many posts to handle? Here’s a quick list of the posts you might have missed this week:
- Bacon gun will kill you
Posted on Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 in OdditiesAnyone reading my blog over the last few weeks may think I have an unhealthy obsession with guns. They’d be wrong. I have an obsession with unhealthy guns – most perfectly epitomised by this the Ba-K-47. An AK 47 made entirely out of bacon. Mmm. Bacon. There are many more pictures of this piece of bacon architectural awesomeness here.
- I hate the bands that you like
Posted on Tuesday, April 14th, 2009 in ChurchGenerally speaking I’m not a big fan of Christian music. Usually because it’s a cheap and nasty rip off of perfectly acceptable (if not sanctified) secular music tailored to a gullible Christian audience who will fork out money for poor quality material thus perpetuating the existence of bad Christian music by creating a market for it. Wake up people. Stop buying bad Christian music just because it’s Christian. Here’s some of the baddest Christian music ever released (at least judged by the album art) – while these are all thankfully stuck in the past there are modern equivalents who were no doubt performing at Easter Fest over the weekend.
- Stimulating questions
Posted on Tuesday, April 14th, 2009 in PoliticsHas anybody out there received their stimulus money yet? I’m curious. Townsville readers probably haven’t – but I’m wondering what percentage of people have.Apparently the Government is essentially casting lots to determine who gets paid when.All cheque and EFT payments will be made using a post code selection process that is randomly generated, ensuring all post codes are evenly distributed to each state and territory each night (using the Australia Post predetermined percentage spread).
- Twistered towel
Posted on Tuesday, April 14th, 2009 in OdditiesAdmit it – you’ve always wanted to play twister at the beach. Sand is the perfect surface for contortion induced falls. Now you can engage in your favourite floor game with these functional game mats that double as a comfy towel. They’re not so good for 3D twister – because beaches don’t have walls. For those not in the know – 3D Twister involves 3 mats in the corner of a room with two fixed to the walls.
- YouTube Tuesday (a day behind)
Posted on Wednesday, April 15th, 2009 in CultureOne of my favourite EA sports games was the Rugby League 96 game featuring commentary from Channel 9’s commentary team – with no Phil Gould. I hate Phil Gould (except when he’s coaching NSW). One of Paul Vautin’s frequent pieces of commentary advice was for people who did something stupid to “give themselves an uppercut”. This guy took that advice literally…
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