Daily Departures

Departing daily from the ordinary objects of my thoughts.

Monday, July 31, 2006

Best songs and albums...

According to Rolling Stone Magazine anyway.

500 Greatest Songs of All Time

500 Greatest Songs of All Time

Undoubtedly, you'll disagree with the lists since, for example, the greatest song of all time is Like a Rolling Stone.

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Lego fun

I played with Lego a little bit when I was a child, but I never played with it in this fashion.

Friday, July 28, 2006

On the topic of cats

Some cats look like Hitler, these cats are called Kitler's. Some Kitler lover made a website to share pictures of these cats. The website is called CatsThatLookLikeHitler.com. Creative eh?

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

What Jeff killed

The title of this post is the name of a blog. I'm not sure whether I should say that I like this blog or not. Partly because certain people might be disturbed by that claim and partly because I'm not sure if I actually do like it. I certainly like the creativity of the blogger (who is not Jeff) and I certainly think one of the animals pictured on the site is very cute... but... well... have a look for yourself.
What Jeff Killed
Consider yourself warned.

Monday, July 17, 2006

It's official, I'm not worthless

Earlier on in my blogging career, I reported that my blog was worth a big fat $0. Now, however, it seems to be worth a little more. If anyone wants to buy my blog, I'm happy to sell it for $5,080.86.

My blog is worth $5,080.86.
How much is your blog worth?

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Red paper clip for a house

How'd you like to trade one red paper clip--not even a diamond studded one--for a house? Well, one Canadian did just about that. I must admit, he made a few trades along the way, but in the end, he did get the house.

For more, see Google News or ABC news for a video.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Perception altering video

Have a look at the video posted here.

Make sure you click the full screen button at the bottom right hand corner of the viewing window. When it is done, make sure that you look at something close by, someone's face, the text in a book, or even your own hand.