Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet during the previous week.
“Here’s a rare one: The Munsters’ record from 1964. This LP was recorded by the original cast to cash in on the success of the television show, which debuted in September, 1964.” Replete with .mp3 files and cover art.
Everyone knows that Mac users tend to be die-hard Mac fans. This gallery proves that they also have too much time on their hands. The 47+ pages of Apple Erotica (read: Mac porn) range from a risqué tease to (if you’ll excuse the pun) straight-up porn.
NOTE: I try to make my Friday Funday links work-safe, but this one was too good to pass up.
In other news, candidates running for office have a legal right to lie to voters just about as much as they want. A legal right? This article has the skinny on why politicians are allowed to lie to us about pretty much whatever they want. The article does not talk about =why= politicians lie, but if you can’t figure that one out on your own, you probably shouldn’t be allowed to vote. What I want to know is why they don’t just tell the truth in the first place.
You may heard about these English teachers in Hong Kong that spammed a bunch of us Westerners in an attempt to sort out a grammar dispute. The above link describes what they want to know and offers an interesting solution. Why did I include this on Friday Funday? Because grammar is fun! No, I’m serious, grammar really is fun. Okay, it’s fun to =me=!
Having this delivered to your house might catch the attention of more than a few government agencies, but who could resist a clock that looks like a time bomb? I know I want one! There’s just something about the price that I don’t agree with…
“You will notice how exceptional the drawings are – giving evidence to the premise that children learn so much more when the topic is of interest to them.”0 People like this. Be the first!