Monday, 13 December 2010

The Treehouse of Adulthood by Grant Snider on Incidental Comics

Friday, 10 December 2010

Welcome To The Future

Recently there was the first successful launch a privately-owned SpaceX rocket, which marks the beginning of a new era in space travel. Welcome to the age of corporate astronauts, orbital mansions, and Moon holidays for those who can afford it.

Whos going to the first insanely rich person to build a bachelor pad on the moon ?

If i won the lottery id spend my billions on a sustainable space cruzer, sail around our glaxay for a bit. Visit Saturns moons for sure and possibly explore your anus, sorry Uranus

Monday, 6 December 2010




No doubt you've heard about the Wikileaks, articles of containing confidential information leaked onto the internet for all to see ! Which is awesome by the way, slowly releasing more and more is a great way to make the people and governments involed be in a constant state of panic !

Wikileaks editor Julian Assange (awesome name) recently made a comment to the Guardian newspaper that upcoming leaks are going to contain articles relating to UFO activity and sightings. Cannot wait to read this stuff.

Friday, 3 December 2010


Art Taylor was pulled over for a minor driving offence in America (Massachusetts). He then proceed to swallow a bag of cocaine to avoid being held for drugs charges. Resulting in an amazing mugshot photo.

 But hey, he avoided the drugs charges and i bet it made his temporary stay in a cell much more exciting.


So the Nasa announcement happend last night. To sum it up, they basically found another variation to the building blocks of life. Hydrogen, Carbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Sulfur and Phosphorus. Phosphorus works as the girders in DNA structuring giving the DNA stability and in turn the exsistance of life. Wolfe Simon and her team investigated whether Phosphorus could be replaced with a similar compound, Arsenic is directly below Phosphorus on the periodic table so has very similar properties. Her team headed to California's Mono Lake near Yosemite National Park. Mono Lake is an incredibly unusual ecosystem, with three times the amount of salt as seawater and, crucially, it's poor in phosphorus and rich in arsenic. Despite this, life thrives in Mono Lake, and so the team collected some microbe-rich mud and took it back to the lab. What they found was that Arsenic had substituted for phosphorus as the backbone of the microbe's DNA, fulfilling one of life's most critical functions. So basically changing the way in which we knew life could be created. Which in turns expands the possibilities and the chances of life on other planets.

Its not cool actual aliens which some people first thought but when you think about it, this discovery opens up even more possibilities of life developing somewhere else in the universe. Greatly increasing the chances of super hot arsenic based alien babes.

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Thursday, 2 December 2010

Streetlight Manifesto

Was introduced to Streetlight Manifesto by a good friend not so long ago. Found some cool tour posters for their new worldwide tour starting in 2011.

Made by Dan Hipp

Coleen Coover

No-face from Spirited Away. Print by Coleen Coover.


This is the internet after all, i have to have a post dedicated to cats somewhere otherwise its just not a blog.


Nasa Announcement

"NASA To Announce Latest Findings By Kepler Spacecraft
WASHINGTON -- NASA will hold a media teleconference Thursday, Aug. 26, at 1 p.m. EDT to discuss the Kepler spacecraft's latest discovery about an intriguing planetary system.

Kepler, a space observatory, looks for the data signatures of planets by measuring tiny decreases in the brightness of stars when planets cross in front of, or transit, them. In June, mission scientists announced the mission has identified more than 700 planet candidates, including five candidate systems that appear to have more than one transiting planet."


So at 6pm (British time GMT) tonight we'll get news of the announcment. Bit annoying because i wanted to read about it in work. A lot of speculation as to what it might be some people even saying its just a publicity stunt and it wont be anything too big. But of course others saying its the end of the world, aliens incoming. Possibly bringing with them, Cthulu the high priest of the great old ones.


Yoko Furusho

Yoko Furusho

Wednesday, 1 December 2010


My plan for today was to upload some pictures to the blog and ramble about them, but unfortunately the computer i have in work, well i wouldnt even call it a computer its about the size of a TV remote (since when did they get so small) and doesnt pick up USB drives. So, i will have to wait to upload the pictures.

On the plus side, i found a few Doing Kermit songs on my old PC when i restored it last night. I am slowly making my way to adding them to my website.

Spent some time looking through the random blogs on here, found some really interesting ones who i decided to follow, also a lot of blogs where people are actually saying interesting things.. I need to find some interesting things to talk about. Noone wants to stick around for ramblings !

Nick Bradley

Nick Bradley
Stole this photo from a friends facebook page, hes a very talented photographer and all round genius ! Met him on my travels in Japan as he was finishing up his time working for JET. Had a brilliant night out with him, last time i saw him he was steaming drunk and wandering down a street in hiroshima.

Doing Kermit

Commonly called the Sonoran Desert Toad or the Colorado River Toad. These are big toads with adults varying from 4 to 7.5 inches in length, and they can be found in the southern half of Arizona as well as Imperial County, California; Hildalgo County, New Mexico; and parts of northwestern Mexico.

As a defense mechanism to protect itself from predators, this toad has glands which secrete a number of toxins including 5-MeO-DMT (a psychoactive chemical also found in a number of plants)

DMT is a very strong psychoactive chemical.

Me and my friends took this from Family Guy back in high school and gave our band the name.

"Let's Go To The Hop" - Quahog 5 news anchors Tom Tucker and Diane Simmons report on a drug craze called Toad (licking toads). Tucker points out other names for the drug: “Lillipadding”, “Frenching the Prince", and "Doing Kermit”.