Wednesday, July 30th
The Phelan Building is an 11-story office building in the downtown shopping district of San Francisco, California. It has a triangular shape reminiscent of the Flatiron Building, with its tip at the meeting point of O'Farrell Street and Market Street. It is a San Francisco Designated Landmark.
The building was designed by William Curlett and built in 1908 by James D. Phelan on the place of the first, original Phelan Building, damaged by the 1906 earthquake and fire.
Time again to dump the previous week's unposted videos into a pile and begin anew - thusly!
Wednesday, Jul 30th 2014 (12:04am)
Tuesday, July 29th
You encounter a holy roller in some Internet forum who lays scripture at your feet. How will you combat this person? With hatred and anger? No, of course not. You calmly respond with the contradiction and evil that is preached in both the Old Testament and New Testament.
Tuesday, Jul 29th 2014 (3:34am)
With art from Felipe Torrent, and created and written by Ryan Ferrier, Team Gold Force 4 asks the question: What if TVís The Golden Girls were actually living in old-folks witness protection, with decades of super secret government assassinations behind them? Well, ask no more. Just keep reading.
Tuesday, Jul 29th 2014 (12:03am) | Thanks: timely
Monday, July 28th
Donna Dickens (who I normally can't stand because she hyper-feminizes all over Star Wars) fleshes out an amusing interpretation of Jurassic Park from the velociraptors' perspective based upon a nekoama doodle.
Monday, Jul 28th 2014 (12:00am)
Sunday, July 27th
As with several political topics, you can agree or disagree with the subject matter and still enjoy the creativity of the performance.
In case you had any doubts about whether Kristen Bell is one of Hollywood's most talented dames, check out this amazing Funny or Die video in which she plays a fed-up Mary Poppins who quits her job because her pay sucks.
Sunday, Jul 27th 2014 (1:12am)
Saturday, July 26th
Hunter S. Thompson, talked to Mick O'Regan from Radio National's Media Report.
Originally aired Thursday, August 29, 2002. RT 37:51.
From The Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Saturday, Jul 26th 2014 (2:57am) | Thanks: Jaxon
Friday, July 25th
The Foton-M4 research satellite launched on July 19 with five geckos on board. The plan: To observe their mating activities in the zero-gravity conditions of Earth orbit. Several other earthly creatures, including plants and insects, were also placed on board for experiments. But shortly after the satellite made its first few orbits, it stopped responding to commands from mission control. The equipment on board, however, is still sending scientific data back to earth, a spokesman for Russia's Institute of Biomedical Problems said.
Friday, Jul 25th 2014 (3:36am)
Thursday, July 24th
Wednesday, July 23rd
Time again for the weekly dump of videos I didn't get around to posting. This week's offering is small, but choice. Ok teens - BEGIN TO SAW!
Wednesday, Jul 23rd 2014 (6:10am)
Tuesday, July 22nd
A container filled with millions of Lego pieces fell into the sea off Cornwall in 1997. But instead of remaining at the bottom of the ocean, they are still washing up on Cornish beaches today - offering an insight into the mysterious world of oceans and tides.
Tuesday, Jul 22nd 2014 (1:02am)
Monday, July 21st
I present to you Donkey Kong. Four levels. Arrow keys and spacebar to jump.
Yeah, you have to sit through an ad before you start playing. Welcome to the Interwebs, brought to you by...
Monday, Jul 21st 2014 (12:01am)
Sunday, July 20th
Hollywood actor James Garner, star of The Rockford Files and The Notebook has died at the age of 86, according to reports. Garner was found dead when an ambulance arrived at his Los Angeles home around 8pm on Saturday, TMZ reports. The iconic actor - one of the first actors to excel in both film and television - starred in a long list of classics during his lengthy career.
He was best-known for his role as Jim Rockford in The Rockford Files detective series.
He co-starred in the 1994 big-screen version of Maverick with Mel Gibson.
He was the original Bret Maverick in the TV series Maverick from 1957 to 1960.
Sunday, Jul 20th 2014 (4:35am)
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