If Doonesbury epitomized the 1970s, Bloom County represented the 1980s, and Dilbert captured the 1990s, which comic strip will best come to represent this decade? That's what this Newsweek article wonders. Go »
Hello from the Future!
You may have noticed that the times stated throughout the site are a few minutes off. Funeratic adjusts itself automatically to use eastern standard time (GMT-5), but otherwise depends on the server clock to tell it the time down to the minute. Go »
Gamecube vs. Playstation 2
Having had both systems for about ten days now, I'm surprised to say that I much prefer the Gamecube. I didn't want it nearly as much. Go »
Last night I was too lazy to get up off of Kelly's futon (it's the only mattress in the house right now), so I sat through the evening news on the Tampa CBS station. They did some local news, some national news, some weather, some sports, and called it a Go »
We Got a Waiter Fired
Last night we returned to J. Ryan's (the "Mixing Flavors" restaurant) for dinner. Go »
Copyrights Not Right
I'm worried about today's ruling by the Supreme Court that the 20-year extensions to copyright protections by Congress in 1998 were legal. (article here) The court did what they had to do, of course: The extensions were legal, even though it sounds like s Go »
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