Joe Cartoon – Review

October 15, 2003

Most cartoons, as all good cartoons should, end with something getting splatted, shot, torn apart, or otherwise made into goo.

Headbands – Review

October 15, 2003

Headbands lists and details a cool part of hyper-link reality that’s composes a chunk of ugh-reality; the classicist desire to make sense of random word combos.

Fat Chicks In Party Hats – Review

October 15, 2003

I’m speechless. No, really… What can you say about a concept so forthright, fully formed, and inarguable that the title really does say it all?

Punchbaby – Review

July 23, 2003

Punchbaby is the kind of place you can browse for hours, finding enough goofy links and Quicktime movies to fill up your friends’ inboxes for months.

Penny Arcade – Review

July 23, 2003

I don’t care if you follow video game culture or not, Penny Arcade is the fucking funniest online comic strip out there.

I Love Bacon – Review

July 23, 2003

Aside from having the greatest name in history, I Love Bacon is the kind of place to kill about six hours. Pictures and jokes, nothing but pictures and jokes.

Head Heritage – Review

July 23, 2003

Head Heritage is a kind of launching pad for all of Julian Cope’s obsessions: Ancient religions, politics, and, first and foremost, ’70s-style, crazed rock.

Froguts – Review

July 23, 2003

Ever wanted to dissect frogs in the comfort of your own home, but without the reek of formaldehyde? No, me neither… But now you can, on your computer.

Friendster – Review

July 23, 2003

The demise of MakeOutClub is near. Its doombringer? Friendster, an online “six degrees of separation” community that’s conquered the 18 to 30 demographic.

Rather Good – Review

April 18, 2003

Recommended if you find clip art superimposed on out-of-context stuff funny, and like to almost pee yourself laughing at stuff that makes absolutely no sense.

Priceless – Review

April 18, 2003

People do the stupidest things, and here are sites featuring submitted photos of people doing them.

Pickle Party – Review

April 18, 2003

Most e-cards (online postcards) are sappy and irritating. So when one goes to Pickle Party and sees one titled “You’re Gay and We Know It,” well…

Vampire Freaks – Review

April 18, 2003

Think of Vampire Freaks as MakeOutClub for Gothic freaks instead of bitchy lil’ PC emo kids, but then add all the usual stuff like videos, fan art, and links.

The Best Page in the Universe – Review

April 18, 2003

Maddox rates children’s drawings and he gives them all “F”s saying things like “If it’s supposed to be a dog, then it’s the shittiest dog I’ve ever seen.”

Something Awful – Review

April 18, 2003

Something Awful is a site which mercilessly satirizes the stupid and the sanity-challenged, mostly in the forms of rants as written by the editors of the site.

I KISS YOU!!!! – Review

January 3, 2003

Mahir is a guy from Istanbul who put up a site that attracted an amount of people. He’s kind of Inspector Clouseau-looking, and has a thing for the ladies.

Homestar Runner – Review

January 3, 2003

An albino penis-shaped guy with no arms and a voice like a less inebriated Pete Puma is the title character of one of the funniest animated sites going.

Fade To Black – Review

January 3, 2003

Fade To Black is a sneering carnival for the weird, kind of an anti-Re-Search. If ridicule isn’t your bag, look elsewhere, for pointing and laughing is this project’s bread and butter.

Consumption Junction – Review

November 8, 2002

Wanna see the marque for the Beaver Lick Christian Church or a girl standing next to a road sign directing you to Twatt with the arrow pointing at her?

Gemm – Review

November 8, 2002

Created as a means of connecting music collectors to each other, GEMM has become the world’s largest music marketplace on the Internet.

Mullets Galore – Review

November 8, 2002

Photos of rednecks posing sexy or tough, usually with beer cans in hand and maybe big mirrored shades, often in wife-beaters, sometimes in handcuffs.

MusicPlayground – Review

November 8, 2002

MusicPlayground.com is taking karaoke to the next step with its patented V-Pick™ and V-Stix™ technology.

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