Sunday, October 21, 2007

Hilarious California Cheese commercial

Being from Minnesota, I can relate with this cow, "don't ya know"

Saturday, October 20, 2007

I have found a new hobby, creating themes for the Sidekick LX

This may well lead to a spin off blog dedicated to just my SK LX themes. We will see if I get bored of it first. Just got my Sidekick LX and the novelty hasn't worn off yet.

Arbyn's Sidekick LX Themes

Friday, October 19, 2007

What's the difference between a duck?

ANSWER: This duck is remote control.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Skull appears on a Totally Rad Show hoodie

Click on image above for large view of the pic

In the screen capture above we see an almost perfect skull image created by the combination of Jeff Cannata's apparel consisting of a long coat, "Totally Rad Show" hoodie, and a white T-Shirt that he is wearing underneath. The white rectangle on the right side was added to highlight the skull image. This Screen capture appears 33 minutes into the show. Although many can be seen after the 30 minute mark.

This post inspired by Skull-A-Day Thanx Noah

Sunday, October 14, 2007

Flash Photo Gallery

Flash Photo Gallery of all the pics on my blog.

Saturday, October 13, 2007

What's the difference between a duck?

Answer: This one has an Alien in its gut.

Click HERE for the real story behind this X-ray

Friday, October 12, 2007

Thursday, October 11, 2007

What's the difference between a duck?

ANSWER: This one thinks it's a dog.


A quote from King Edward The VIII 1936

"The thing that impresses me the most about America is the way parents obey their children."

Sadly this quote is still appropriate today.

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Sony Announces Internal 4x Blu-ray Burner

Sony announces a internal 4x Blu-ray burner, Too bad it will cost $600

Panoramic pic of the sun's daily travel.

Photo credit to : Anda Bereczky

Amazing panoramic photo of the sun in the Arctic, during the 24 hours of sun season.

Title link takes you to the artists DeviantArt page.
here is a link to a full size version

Edit: After viewing the other pics on Anda's Deviantart page, I'm not sure this is a true "photographic" panorama, and is possibly CG, either way it's great!

Edit: Did you notice the sun never sets? Arctic Circle's 24 hours of light.

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

What's the difference between a duck?

Answer: This one is a Rabbit, or is it a duck? Do you see them both?

A Sign of our times

Photo courtesy of Another Limited Rebellion blog

With this sign we Are reminded of americas Lust for cheaper products, thus forcing big box stores to buy cheaper Lower quality "Made in ChinA" products. VeRy Sad isn't iT?

Notice I didn't mention a specific store.............. or did I ???????

Sunday, October 7, 2007

Fine art Photshopping contest via Worth1000

Another great contest on Worth1000. Photoshop a fine work of art. This via BoingBoing via Worth1000. If not obvious, the pic posted here is a remix of Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe piece.
P.S. a few Dali's included in the contest :-)

The Largest Pool on the Earth

Satellite photo of the worlds largest pool!
Click the pic above for a full size view. Click on the title for the original link.

Saturday, October 6, 2007

What's the difference between a duck?

Answer: This one is Freakin Huge!!!!!!!

In God We Droste

The Droste Effect on a US Dollar bill

Amazing Choreographed Samsung Stadium Dance

A dance choreographed to appear as if you are watching a giant stadium video display.
Amazing Choreographed Samsung Stadium Dance

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Paradox (pic)

Look carefully!

10 of the Narrowest Houses in the World (pics)

Appears to be to a nice big house from the view in the left pic, but look at the view in the right pic, that's a skinny house. More on the link to the left of the ducks other leg.

Friday, October 5, 2007

Thursday, October 4, 2007

FYI Explaining my blog title.

What's the difference between a duck?
Answer: One of it's legs are both the same

You may not find it funny, but it is actually what is considered a nonsensical joke. I find them funny as hell, but I do have an odd sense of humor.

Other examples include:

If you roll an egg off the roof and it stops on the edge, how many bones are there in ice cream?
Answer: None because horses can't fly.

Did you walk to work or bring a bag lunch?

If you know of any others add them in the comments.

Also in full discloser the Shiny duck logo is actually a picture of a silver money box available at Links of London called the Fat Duck money box.
I do not own rights to this image

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Blog devoted to mustaches of the 19th Century

Jason says:

I am a photographic archivist and while brainstorming ideas for National Archives Month (October) exhibits, I jokingly suggested "Mustaches of the Nineteenth Century." My boss let me run with it, and I created a daily mustache blog with the digital images I gathered from our collections here at the University of Kentucky.
via BoingBoing

Shadow art via trash

Tim Nobel and Sue Webster create amazing shadow effects using piles of trash.

Walmart's virus like infection of the US

Click the Title for a link to a video representation of Walmart's virus like infection of the US. Expect more anti Walmart stories, as this company really bothers me. Also check out Wake-Up Walmart, a great resource for anti Walmart facts.

Also click the pic to the left to visit and the info they have on Walmart.

Cool pinstripe inspired Star Wars T-Shirts

Chop Shop is offering these awesome line art/pinstripe inspired Star Wars T-Shirts. Pictured to right is my favorite Chewy.

Click the pic to the right to enlarge-------------->


Another quote from the Great Salvador Dali.

"The only difference between myself and a madman, is that I am not mad"

Salvador Dali quotes

The Human LCD - Amazing

South korea: boys cheering for their soccer teams. the most amazing thing is that they do this with their CLOTHES (not holding up cards). they have a jacket that is one color on the back, one on the front, and that they can open or close to show a third color shirt on the inside. One school has also figured out how to use their pants to make shading.

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Boing Boing Expands to video

BoingBoing, One of the best sites on the net has made the next step, and is now producing Five minute vidcasts five times a week.

Quote from Wikipedia article

"Boing Boing started as a zine in 1988 by Mark Frauenfelder and Carla Sinclair. Issues were subtitled "The World's Greatest Neurozine". Associate editors included Gareth
Branwyn, Jon Lebkowsky, and Paco Nathan. Along with Mondo 2000, Boing Boing was an influence in the development of the cyberpunk subculture. Common themes include technology, futurism, science fiction, gadgets, intellectual property, Disney and politics. The last issue of the zine was #15.
Boing Boing became a website in 1995 and later relaunched as a weblog on January 21, 2000, described as a "directory of wonderful things." Over time, Mark Frauenfelder was joined by three co-editors: Cory Doctorow, David Pescovitz, and Xeni Jardin. All four Boing Boing contributors are or have been contributing writers for Wired magazine.

Link to BoingBoingTV

Full Discloser: Im a Huge fan of BoingBoing

Monday, October 1, 2007

SOQ is back.

SOQ aka "Speaking of Quotes"

Soon to be known only as SOQ. What I mean by that is I am going to attempt to occasionally have a SOQ post which is a acronym for Speaking Of Quotes, if you had not figure that out.

"A single death is a tragedy, a million is a statistic." - Joseph Stalin

Orca Highway

Free Passage
Orcas sprint along a channel which has opened in the ice. They are headed deep into McMurdo Sound, where they hope to find food. They must hurry, however, for wind conditions can cause the channel to freeze again, cutting off the whales' access to air.