Again with the crazy people - I'm almost tempted to sign up for his program just to see how he makes the 'immortality ring.'
No matter how many times I see it, it always suprises me when I discover that a truly insane person has mastered (I mean that in a very broad sense) html.


Worried about those pesky government mind-control rays but too busy to spend your time fashioning aluminum hats? Never fear, you can now order online!
Just the idea of this makes me happy.
When I was a child, this game was in the magical cabinet of "grown-up things" that also included poker chips and Jack Daniels. I had forgotten all about it until I saw it on 2 (count 'em!) websites in the space of a week. Somehow, the game is intimately connected in my mind with the Agatha Christie's Poirot series that aired on PBS. I can think of no rational explanation for this. I never actually learned to play the game, and I didn't watch the tv show.
On first glance, this appears to be simply an article criticizing a television commercial from a professional advertising perspective. But read further - does it seem to you that the author has an odd obsession with the oven-mitt's lack of sexuality?
The best ever use for burnt toast.
Don't be fooled - this is the only article on the site - don't be pulled into the trap of 43 magazine subscriptions. You know you won't read them all.