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14 December, 2002

Brain Teasers For Film Buffs

A web site called FilmWise has some fun stuff.

Invisibles shows a still image from a movie -- with the people removed. Your job, of course, is to guess the movie.

In Visual Quizzes, you guess the movie based on a photo of an item in the movie.

Text Quizzes: A wide variety of verbal film quizzes (no pictures).

(via MetaFilter)

Posted on 14 December, 2002

Holiday Gift Idea

Decorative teeth caps are sure to be one of the most popular gifts this holiday season. Order yours today.

Removable caps are caps that are individually customized to your mouth. The caps slip over your existing teeth, completely covering the original tooth. This gives the impression you have permanent silver, gold, or platinum teeth. What's nice, however, is that you can insert the caps and remove them as you wish

Posted on 14 December, 2002

The Guestbook of Daniel Feussner

As predicted, "The Dude's" web site has been taken off-line. In an earlier entry, I referred to the guestbook at his site. At this point, his guestbook (called Trailer Trash Guestbook) is still online, and you can read it here. It has lots of garbage entries at the top, so you'll have to scroll down a bit for the good stuff.

[Update: The guestbook is now gone. But here's a mirror.]

Warning:
Many (most?) of the entries are very crude.
If you're easily offended, stay away.

By the way, this blog is getting lots of hits today from Google searches. For some reason, it's very high on the results list when searching for Daniel Feussner. And it seems that many people are searching for Daniel Feussner.

Posted on 14 December, 2002

Mmmmmm....

Reindeer Meat Sticks.

Posted on 14 December, 2002

The Year in Quotes

InfoWorld has compiled a list of some of the best quotes of the year. My favorite:

"Throughout this decade, ink will become as popular as the graphic user interface became in Windows," Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates said when he launched the Tablet PC, which works with and transmits handwritten notes.

Did he really say that?

Posted on 14 December, 2002