Scott Hardie | July 10, 2003
You kind of have to wonder about the people who see genitalia in abstract shapes. (This brings to mind that ink blot personality test that Jackie linked a while ago.) Anyway, Dan Donovan sent me this news story about a new theory as to the purpose of Stonehenge. It's possible, but I tend to side with the guy quoted at the end.

Lori Lancaster | July 10, 2003
[hidden by request]

Jackie Mason | July 10, 2003
[hidden by request]


Want to participate? Please create an account a new account or log in.


Other Discussions Started by Scott Hardie

And 23% Believe They Have Horns

There's a rising anti-Semitism in young adults. I've witnessed it first-hand (attending Bradley University helped), but now there's a survey to confirm it. Go »

Extra Life 2021

After having a great time two years ago raising $619 for charity by gaming for 24 hours, and missing out last year, I'm back at it this year. Go »

Scott's Pet Peeve #5847

It drives me crazy when movie reviews summarize the plot of the film. To give it a sentence or two is fine, especially if that's necessary to set up some point the critic is trying to make, but I have seen far too many reviews that give half of their length (or more) to telling us what happens in the film. Go »

Pirate Paradise

It is my great pleasure -- and after this long in development, my relief -- to announce the launch of Pirate Paradise, a big new game on Funeratic! Go »

Best Oscar Contest Errors

Ugh. I feel embarassed. In my Oscar contest, I listed John Seale instead of John Williams as the nominee for Best Original Score for "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. Go »

The Right to Nothing

In politicians' haste to pander to the religious right in Texas, they have not just amended the Constitution to ban gay marriage – they have apparently banned all marriage as well. Go »