sent me a webtip. The webtip is about a grasshopper in a CD spindle case. It's called "Mein Erstes Terrarium" and unfortunately for klein critters everywhere, it doesn't look like it's going to be this guy's last one. It's a tragic tale of love, possessiveness, and grasshoppers.
The reason I am posting it as a webtip is because Moriishi's mail worried me. Moriishi sounded scared. Afraid that I might respond to this act of goodwill with anger.
I wanted to show Moriishi that I appreciate any and ALL suggestions I get. I more than appreciate them. I love them. Each and every one. They make my heart sing, even if it's been broken by the content of the tip.
In other words, send me your suggestions. I might not use them, but I will appreciate them.
you too can be the talk of the town, it's as easy as adine, dwa, tri...
Just get yersoulf over to youtube and check out a quick little instructional video and you will be able to partake in this crazy dance craze that is sleeping the planet. Disko isn't just for the frivolous youth, it's for dirty old men and hedonistic housewives as well.
has died. Actually, it was sold to some major company and became totally lame. SparkMatch, the social networking and dating site has surivived, bringing the best of The Spark with it.
All of those silly personality tests like "Which Johnny Depp Film Character Are You" have now been incorporated into a social networking and dating site called OkCupid.
The tests written by the staff are as spark fans would expect, witty and entertaining. The ones written by users are a bit more hit-or-miss, but every now and then a gem turns up.
One of my favorites is the "What Classic Punk Band Are You".
You are the thinking man and pranksters punk. You are what the ideal "punk as social rebel" is supposed to be. You see the capability for amazing art that punk contains just beneath the surface. You are America's favorite underground hero and your brains are what really scares the establishment. Just don't become too "more punk than thou," because then you just become the establishment that we've spent all this time fighting against and your rebellion goes up in smoke. You're too smart to let that happen. You're the real deal.
When my boy asked me to show him how to make a paper airplane, I made the two versions I knew by heart from my school days, but in the back of my head I was thinking "there has to be a better way".
So after making a bunch of things that were more projectiles than planes, I finally googled it, and hit a goldmine of design ideas and instructions. It might not be hip or cutting edge, but it IS cheap fun for a summer day.