All very quick links today as it's just far to hot to sit at a keyboard for ages (and that's what I've been doing all day already). There is time to say a big thank you to milk and cookies though who have made me a "link of the moment" on their homepage. I'm not totally sure what I've done to deserve this or how it has happened but I'm chuffed anyway. Ta!
Retro scooters with retro chicks. Advertising from a less politically correct age. Cool colours and style though.
Can't get enough pr0n? Then take any web site and pornolize (pr0nolize?) it. It makes lazylaces quite rude indeed. Thanks to whoever originally got this into my referral logs for the tip-off. By the way, in case it's not obvious, this isn't at all safe for work, school, showing to your mum & dad, etc.
Bored Of The Beckhams? Visit the domain. Buy the t-shirt. I first saw these in the footage of the crowd at Wimbledon and they're worth every penny if you ask me. Unfortunately I don't have a penny to spare. Damn [via zFilter].
Love retro-games? Got religion? Then you need The First Church Of Pac-Man. If not I still recommend listening to the organ intro.
The travelog of a small green frog [via coolio's].
Obsessively checking on stats? Oooh...suits you sir! While checking through my site serach engine referrers I was slightly surprised to find I am currently number #10 on google for a search on the word "laces". Only slightly behind speedlaces and locklaces the kind of product that inspired my choice domain name.
While hunting around for an obscure link to Pole Position, a computer game I remember playing avidly on my Dad's Atari 800, for a random comment at Daisy's site, I was very chuffed to find the killer list of video games which brought back some fond memories. What was distressing though was finding out that Pole Position came out in 1982, which means that the huge time I spend playing this game was when I was 8 or 9. I really am the sad computer g33k I sometimes think I am...
Aside: Seems I missed the Atari 800 web server - damn - I would have liked to have been served pages by that (g33kn355 confirmed!).
Some Friday flash game fun with the Zombie Cluster Pumpkins Of Doom [at lavishfish].
Readers outside of the UK may not be familiar with the font of journalistic integrity that is The Sun - the pinnacle of UK tabloid journalism. This story just about sums it up - faintly perverse, slightly rude, but very compelling: "SHOCKED six-year-old Leah Lowland checked out a mystery bulge on her Incredible Hulk doll — and uncovered a giant green WILLY". Quality [via zFilter].