Weekend link dump for October 5
I got yer doggone weekend link roundup right here, you betcha...
In case you missed it before, Michelle Obama posts on MOMocrats. Very cool.
The woman behind Miss Piggy. I had no idea she was inspired by Peggy Lee, but it makes all kinds of sense. Via Greg.
In Valhalla, there is no beer, at least for the time being. And that's just...wrong.
The ten worst #1 songs of all time. Warning: Earworms abound. Don't click if you can't take it. Via McGuff.
Video gamers are in better shape than you'd think.
What's taking the newspapers so long to make an endorsement in the Presidential race?
If you're Sarah Palin, every question is a "gotcha" question.
Eva Longoria wants you to vote.
Yearbook yourself. The possibilities are more than a little scary. Link via Mean Rachel.
Congressman Dana Rohrabacher "solves" the Kennedy assassination. That's Robert Kennedy. And he does it while undercover. In drag. You know, we have a lot of crazy politicians here in Texas - it's practically a growth industry - but I don't think we can top that.
Weird Al says let my music out!
Posted by Charles Kuffner on October 05, 2008 to Blog stuff
OK, most of those songs are just not that bad (except "Don't Worry Be Happy," which is proof that evil exists in the universe). But the rest don't really rise beyond "meh."
On the other hand, the feature does demonstrate that Spike.com is one of the 10 worst web sites of all time; they seem to be having serious capacity planning issues, judging by the crappy, jerky video, and prefacing each video with an ad that is twenty times louder than the following song is just poo icing on the litterbox cake.