Curious GWB

George W.

was a happy little monkey.

He lived on an estate in Texas without a care in the world.


Hey y'all! Y'all have arrived at texas-DRAWl where y'all can deface the president.

Fighting Whites

Unable to persuade a school district to drop a mascot name that offends them, some American Indian students at the University of Northern Colorado have named their intramural basketball team "the Fighting Whities."

Ashcroft sings


Attorney General John Ashcroft ended a speech at a Charlotte, North Carolina seminary with a rousing rendition of a song he wrote called 'Let The Eagles Soar'

Speed Traps

Founded in 1995, is a leading provider of Internet content that is critical to drivers. provides people on the move a service that informs them of potential traffic slowdowns, traffic hazards and other information to help save them time during their commute.

Cheap Tickets to Outer Space

Tickets to Space.

Fares should include prepaid taxes! Prices and availability are the responsibility of advertisers, and are liable to sudden change.

Payment is by an initial deposit, with full payment made nearer the date of launch.


"The most important job is not to be governor, or first lady in my case."
--George Bush, San Antonio Express News, Jan.

30, 2000

US Patriot Registration

As part of the Bush Administration's ongoing efforts to obliterate all traces of terrorism in the United States, the Department of Justice has commenced registration* of each and every American Patriot.

By registering all non-terrorists within our borders, it is our intention to make use of the process of elimination to identify the evil ones who walk among us.

If you are a non-terrorist (American Patriot), your participation is required.

Please register below.

- John Ashcroft
United States Attorney General

Celebrity Soundboards

Sound boards with clips taken from movies with the intent to play to people over the phone.

Includes: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Pacino, Adam Sandler, Samual L Jackson, Sopranos, John Candy, Full Metal Jacket.

Loosing My Religion

A support site for people leaving the Christian faith.

We're a couple ex-Christians who take issue with the validity of the Christian faith, because of the way it portrays God as an immoral and cruel being, yet tries to present itself as a source of good moral values.

A Salmon of Doubt

Science fiction writer Douglas Adams's unfinished final novel is to be published next year, according to reports.
A Salmon of Doubt - the sixth episode of Adams's Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy series - will hit book shops next May on the anniversary of the writer's death, reported the Sunday Telegraph.

The publication will reportedly be edited but remain unfinished following its recovery from files on the novelist's computer.