Tuesday, February 28, 2006


Patrick Stewart (better known as that bald guy from Extras, lesser known as that captain from Star Trek) has a website. He is the HTML king.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Going sulo

I just hid behind a bin for 7 minutes to avoid an electricity salesman who was lurking outside my apartment door. Another victory!

Friday, February 17, 2006

Lyrics and Rhymes

By putting up celebrity playlists, the iTunes music store tries to trick suckers into buying songs they don't necessarily want but need to have in order to feel closer to their favourite star (... here's hoping they don't put up a David Schwimmer playlist. I need to buy food tonight!).

Anyway, a few months ago, during Potter fever, they put up Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint's playlists. Daniel is known as a pretty rockin' dude, who 'jams out licks on his axe' and dedicates his free time to researching indie music history. Rupert Grint starred in Thunderpants.

Check out what each had to say about the songs in their playlist (click for full versions):

I liked Aqua at his age. And this age.

Appreciates lyrical finesse.

Monday, February 13, 2006

Cooking with Will in a Hat #3

This year's recipe: Triple Cheese Surprise!

Friday, February 10, 2006


This is a patent for Pat. I found it on the internet, and it is unspeakably great. Even better than minimalist Garfield cartoons. Click for full image.

I'm going to blast you. I'm going to blast YOU!

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Am I?

Whilst reading the Dinosaur Comics today, I came across the most awesome thing ever in the history of me saying "ever in the history". Seriously. And it's Garfield.

No, wait! You have every right to want to skepticise me out of the country, banishing me onto a remote, desolate island called Skeptopia. But imagine this: a Garfield which is subtle, morbid, pessimistic. A Garfield which addresses the monotony and circular despair of everday life. Most importantly, a Garfield which is funnier than anything you've ever seen before.

Such a Garfield exists... and all you have to do is manually remove Garfield's text from the comic. What follows is the tale of Jon, a desperately lonely, somewhat psychotic cat owner . Observe:

Many, many more can be found here.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Is that the truth, or did you read it in the Telegraph?

Former Guantanamo Bay inmate Mamdouh Habib was defamed by a series of newspaper articles [in the Daily Telegraph] that branded him a suburban terrorist and questioned claims he had been tortured, a court was told today. Full Story. Hopefully his lawyer will bring the hard cane of justice down upon the evils.

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Run Howard!

My ridiculously circuitous plan of revenge is one quarter complete.

Also, I know this addition is completely unfounded, given that such information is prvodied as if through immaculte conception into the brain of every newbord child, but in case you didn't know, I give you...


1. He wears hats. All the fucking time. This makes him impervious to blasts from the Skin Cancer Raygun:

2. He's all up in my face.

3. He was in Happy Days. The days I am in are usually sad and full of thesis:

4. He always directs movies with ridiculously complex storylines that I can't follow, such as The Grinch.

5. Here he is with Russell Crowe, yet he's not taking the opportunity to pencil him in the eyeball. WTF!?

6. "Hi! I'm Ron Howard".

7. He's raking in the big dollars. Literally:

8. He is your virtual host on the Universal Studios Tour in LA. That ride went too fast and was scary.

9. He was a much radder 80's dude than I could ever hope to be:

10. He narrates Arrested Development, thus soiling it with his noxious putrid hatwords.

After reading this you now obviously want to kill Ron Howard for his hatcrimes against humanity. He lives in LA. Go! Go! Go!