Two Halloweens ago I dressed as "Doug Peterson, Ninja for Hire". I had made no efforts to procure a costume before a party, so at the last minute I just simply put on every piece of black clothing I owned and spent the evening handing out some hastily-made fliers. I remembered all this while visiting The Official Ninja Homepage: REAL
I find you very attractive. This must seem abrupt, me just coming out of left-field and telling you this, but I thought you had a right to know. So if you notice me acting kind of strange -- y'know, like nervous and stuff -- while you're reading my weblog entries ... well, that's why. I hope my telling you this
Guess who registered a domain yesterday evening? That's right, the Axis of Evil. Having a billing address for these guys should make Rumsfeld's job a lot easier.
People are forever stopping me on the street and saying "Matthew Baldwin, I simply cannot believe that, in this media-saturated culture of ours, you are able to confine your television viewing to a mere two hours a week. Also, I don't have the slightest idea what your t-shirt means." Well, the secret to watching just a few hours of tv
Well, my 15 seconds of Internet fame are over -- the Googlewhacker 74 Zillion got shut down due to bandwidth problems. I'll see if I can't get someone else to host it. Thanks to my very cool ISP Drizzle for putting up with it as long as they did. By the way, I found a java-based Googlewhacker through (the currently
Good gravy, what's this blog coming to -- first an Enron post and now a post about Osama bin Laden?! We're perilously close to losing focus here, folks. So, in an attempt to get Defective Yeti back on track, I bring you pages and pages of excruciating jokes.So this baby seal walks into a bar, and the bartender says "what
Does the White House think that Bin Laden will be captured in the next three years? If you'd like a clue to the answer, tune in to the State of the Union address this evening to see if Bush brings him up. I don't mean "if he brings up the war on terrorism" -- I'm sure he'll go on and
From the COMPAQ FAQ: "Where do I find the 'Any Key' on my keyboard?"
I listened to NPR's All Things Considered last night for the first time in a spell, and was surprised to hear how much of the program was devoted to Enron. If you watch tv news or read newspapers you're probably surprised by my surprise, but since I get almost all my news online I can pick and choose what I
Some hard-hitting investigative journalism over at myprimetime.com reveals these startling facts about What Men Really Love About Women's Bodies:What men really love about women's bodies is not completely determined by pornography.In fact, we don't have the foggiest notion what men really love about women's bodies.Science solves another riddle.