Phenomenal Fan Site of the Day

Richard Scarry at Rotten.com (Thanks, David)
Useful Fan Site of the Day

The Oracle of Bacon hosted by the University of Virginia Department of Computer Science.
Useless Fan Site of the Day

Neil Bush Agrees that his Sexual History is Unusual

"The women, he said, simply knocked on the door of his hotel room, entered and had sex with him. He said he did not know if they were prostitutes because they never asked for money and he did not pay them.

'Mr Bush, you have to admit it's a pretty remarkable thing for a man just to go to a hotel room door and open it and have a woman standing there and have sex with her,' Brown said.

'It was very unusual,' Bush said."

Yahoo! News Story



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Melvin Reviews "The Cat in the Hat"

I will not watch it on TV,
I will not watch on DVD.
I will not watch on VHS,
I will not watch on CBS.

I will not watch it in a car,
I will not watch it in a bar.
I will not watch it with my dad,
I will not watch it when I'm sad.

I will not watch it in my bed,
I will not watch with my friend Fred.
I will not watch it on a box,
I will not watch it shown on FOX.

I will not watch it on a table,
I will not watch when it's on cable.
I will not watch it in a chair,
I will not watch it anywhere.

I wish I had not paid eight bucks,
This movie really really sucks.

Postscript: Jim Griffith was kind enough to email me to correct the attribution of the preceding work. Currently we believe the author to be Mark Krosky and the original appearance to have been the rec.humor.funny newsgroup/site.

(Was plain old rec.humor not funny enough so that they had to go and add the redundant qualifier to make room for all the people whose postings didn't quite make the grade?)


Roald Dahl defends his Honor

Here is his reply to Mrs. Eleanor Cameron after she attacked his book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in the October 1973 issue of Horn Book Magazine.


Photoshop and Awe!

4law.co.il presents Leaflet Drops Over Iraq.


Judge Moore Gets the Plank

"Greg Sealy, head of the Sitting at His Feet Fellowship in Montgomery, an inner-city mission, said it was the 'darkest day' he has seen in America since he moved to the United States from Barbados 23 years ago. 'They stole my vote. The judiciary stole my vote. I voted for Roy Moore,' he said."

Hey Greg, in America you can't vote to deny me my freedom. The constitutional issue regards the Bill of Rights' guarantee that our government will not establish a religion.


The Matrix: Revolutions

J. Hoberman of the Village Voice: "Structurally a foretaste of the Lord of the Rings closer, the action alternates between the defense of Gondor (here Zion) and the drama of Sam and Frodo (a/k/a Neo and Trinity) heading for Mount Doom"

Yup, that's about it. Different palette. More computers and less acting. Same myth.


The Periodic Table Table

For those of you interested in learning all kinds of things about the elements, here is Theodore Grays hand-made, hand-carved wooden periodic table, which is an actual table, and which houses samples of all the elements he can find underneath removable wooden covers showing the atomic number, weight, symbol, etc.

Winner of the 2002 Ig Nobel Prize in Chemistry


Bush Repeals Dictionary

Bush's speech on "Mid-East Democracy" is being seen as both "transparent" and "ridiculous" because he twists the word "democracy" to mean "ally to U.S. policy" rather than "government of the people." By the latter, more accepted definition, Syria and Iran are far more democratic than the Saudi and Kuwaiti governments Bush praises.