Nature of Man
… nothing that happens to Man is ever natural

22 December 2005, Thursday

Have you been touched by His noodly appendage?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mordred @ 14:18
Have you been touched by His noodly appendage?
(Copyright (c)

Brothers and sisters, welcome to the wonderful world of Flying Spaghetti Monsterism. It is not religion, although some of its practices and beliefs may appear so, it is a scientific theory, which its proponents demand to be thought at school, side by side with the theories of Evolution, Intelligent Design and Intelligent Falling.

Key points of the theory:

  • An invisible and undetectable Flying Spaghetti Monster created the universe, starting with a mountain, trees and a “midgit” (sic).
  • All evidence pointing towards evolution was intentionally planted by this being
  • Global warming, earthquakes, hurricanes, and other natural disasters are a direct consequence of the decline in numbers of pirates since the 1800s.


As you can see it is all undeniable fact, and as an supporting argument, a sum of $1′000′000 is offered to anyone who can produce empirical evidence proving that Jesus is not the son of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (although Jesus is not a part of, or worshipped in, Flying Spaghetti Monsterism).

Ramen to that!

16 December 2005, Friday

Digital graffiti

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mordred @ 16:45

99rooms is a unique internet art project that interweaves wall painting, photography, animation and sound in a manner entirely unknown until now. Shortly after its launch in June 2004, more than two million individuals throughout the world have already visited this interdisciplinary composite work of art.

I dubbed it “digital graffiti” for lack of a better term - it is maybe a game, or a gallery, or plans for urban art. You have to see it to grok it.

Withus Oragainstus
While I’m on the graffiti wave, be sure not to miss (real life ™ ) graffiti artist Banksy, whose other speciality is hanging fake specimens in various art and natural exhibitions around the world (sample on the right).

Btw, follow this link (and click Next) for some pages that are not linked on his site.

Also, check out his guide to stencil graffiti:

A guide to cutting stencils

• Think from outside the box.

• Collapse the box and take a fucking sharp knife to it.

• Leave the house before you find something worth staying in for.

• Spray the paint sparingly onto the stencil from a distance of 8 inches.

space invader
Another fine example is the space invasion happening in cities around the world, but originally started in Paris. You see, the aliens are appearing everywhere! They must be
stopped! Yes, indeed, somebody is trying to place spaceships under the aliens, or they will invade all Earth.

Try this flickr tag for a huge (~1100) gallery of them.

12 December 2005, Monday

Geek Chicks

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mordred @ 15:56


Now and then somebody (re)arrives at the idea that geek is sexy (or at least sells well to geeks bound to their computers in their parents’ cellars (the so-called geeky bestcellar ;) ). This time someone decided to make a calendar of real female IT geeks (yes, amazingly they are NOT a myth). Sample on the right.

Well, fellow geeks, I think they certainly missed that one:
Marcela BovioMarcela BovioMarcela Bovio

This is the singer of Mexican band Elfonia, who also features as vocal in Arjen Lucassen’s Ayreon masterpiece The Human Equation. She’s also the frontm.., err, the frontperson of Arjen’s new project, Stream of Passion, which also deserves a fair hearing.

Since now is the time you should tear your brain off the photos and ask wtf is the connection with geek chicks, you are awarded with the revelation that not only the girl plays the flute since 6, studies violin and singing since her teens and is lately hitting jazz harmonies lessons, but in her real-life ™ day-time job she’s a developer, doing “mostly web application design and coding“.

You may now proceed salivating.

8 December 2005, Thursday

Paper art

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mordred @ 16:39

I take my words back! Here’s a marvelous Danish paper artist who is doing wonders with A4 and glue.

paper castle
In the shadow of an orchid

Peter Callesen homepage.
Some more works
Even more works

6 December 2005, Tuesday

Bush on Global Warming

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mordred @ 09:28

Bush addressing the nation on the issue of Global Warming.

“… it was hot back then too, why do you think Adam and Eve were naked? “

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