Saturday, January 30, 2010


This is surely the greatest webcomic written by a 5-year-old OF ALL TIME! The art is drawn by his much older brother.


I love how weird and how innocently violent it is. It's a great reflection of the mind of a typical 5-year-old boy.

For some reason, there are a lot of unicorn horns, food, babies, and team tryouts in the stories. Write what you know, I guess.

Friday, January 29, 2010

A theme song

This blog just started, and it already has a theme song. One that's four years old, but still appropriate.

The idea of this blog is that I'll be posting links to things I like; that I'll be trying to find some weird gems out of the massive piles of inanity that form the innernets. So I think that's a good theme song for this purpose.

Because it's not a truck. It's a series of tubes.

The "Appalachian Emergency Room" sketch come to life

Remember the recurring Saturday Night Live sketch of a few years ago called Appalachian Emergency Room, where dimwits would come to the emergency room with ridiculous injuries? Apparently, it was Based On Fact:

A Children's Treasury of Bizarre Injuries.

Pirate on drugs throws no-hitter!

Dock Ellis was an awesome crazy pitcher in the 1970's for Pittsburgh. This blog sums him up pretty well.

He's most famous for throwing a no-hitter after dropping acid. So why don't more pitchers consume LSD before they pitch? Sure, it'd be bad for their health, but it'd be more entertaining for the rest of us.

This video is an hilarious mashup of Dock's great insane story, with music and cool animation: