The scarily prolific John Rogers , he's written Transformers don't you know, over at Kung Fu Monkey had a great link to one of the funniest Something Awful articles:
The Inbox Of Nardo Pace, The Empire's Worst Engineer
Yeah, once you've built one death star, building another is a piece of piss and takes like 10 times less time to do..don't think we've ironed out the 'one weakness' yet though
These are hilarious too:
Leave a Message in the Anonymous Christian Complaint Box
Although the Internet has news-based photo-manips and the like coming out of it's electro-arse, Something Awful genuinely spoofs not only images in Photo Shop Phriday but every aspect of the sites themselves, like their amazing Awful Movie Database or Wikipedia user bit and obscure gaming jokes like Gordon Freeman's most memorable lines. The fake web pages are also amazing, but they don't do them as much now because people got confused that there really was sites devoted to things like office chair porn or erotic MS Paint drawings or personal ads where you can go out with a child's drawing of a small robot! Interests: "I'm a child's drawing of a small robot".
Apologies, this post was simply an excuse to put lots of links I like together, so I don't have to go trawling around sites with my 'puter protesting and grinding its gears. It's probably the Web equivalent of putting a funny picture of a little cat falling off a stick on an office cubicle notice board.
Incidentially in my last office job I won a 'best dressed desk award', the prize for which a giant photocopy of a 10 euro note. My desk cubicle included the following items:1. A large cinema poster for the remake of Rollerball. (yet another shitbox cinematic extravaganza I witnessed with my own orbs)
2. Three 1974 fisher price action figures: the astronaut, the diver and some mission control mook with flares. Can't find pics but found Plaid Stallions which makes up for it. Stumbling upon a decent blog is like finding a fiver in the street these days. Wait, there's the wee fellas, kinda like star wars, but educational. Check it out above I had one of these, still do somewhere in the Batcave mark 1 (aka the redroom)
3. A painting I think by Goya of some really gaunt skeleton figure fighting a Lion, I renamed it