Broken -> Fixed

I just discovered that The Create Your Own Memepool Post Tool was broken. But I'm pretty sure I fixed it. I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as a beer.Yes, that's better. Hooray for me.

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100 Things About Me!

People are always sending me email, saying, "Matthew, with your endless barrage of smarm and near incoherence, we never really get to learn anything about you." Well that ends today, friends! By popular demand: 100 Things About Me!My name is Matthew Baldwin! I live in Seattle! I am 31 years old! I am married! I have a cat named Louie!

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Butterfly Girl Rules

Very Nice Person Elizabeth Blanco (a.k.a. Butterfly Girl) made a button for me: . You could use it to link to defective yeti! Or you could use it to link to Boobleheaddolls.com, I suppose, although that doesn't make any sense. Or you could print the button out on a piece of paper and keep it on your desk, and then

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2002 NT7

Microsoft's Newest Operating System Mistaken For Asteroid Experts are backing away from their prediction that a massive asteroid will hit the earth, and now claim that the object named "2002 NT7" is actually the newest operating system from Microsoft. "Our instruments indicated that 2002 NT7 was enormous and would devastate the Earth upon arrival," said Peter Bond, spokesman for the

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Assless Pants?

Does anyone have any photos of David Lee Roth wearing those assless leather pants? I need some for a sympathy collage I am making for my Great Aunt Rose. If you have any, could you send them to me? Thanks.

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Kickball!

Hey, what are you doing next weekend? Nothing?! Lame.Where to buy a kickball.Where to find the rules to kickball.Where to play kickball: enter your zip code and click [Find]: How to invite your friends over to play kickball.

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Prospectus: Chairman of the Night

I was listening to the news today and they were talking corporate scandals and Harvey Pitt. (Harvey Pitt, you'll recall, is the current SEC Chairman, a guy whose future is every bit as bright as the red-shirted unnamed guy on Star Trek who just beamed down to the surface of a planet and is told to look behind that rock.)

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Books: Color of Magic

After reading a book about death, a book about fraud and a book about the history of mathematics, I figured I was due a little summer reading. So I asked a friend for a recommendation, and he suggested Terry Pratchett. And I replied with a "maybe, maybe," with no intention of taking his advice. The truth is that I have

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