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Friday, September 21, 2007

Daily Web Crawl

Posted By on Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 9:39 AM

Your daily guide to what they're whispering about in the next cubicle.


Photoshop: the only justice in this world.
  • Photoshop: the only justice in this world.

Geezer Butler of Black Sabbath chats with Paul Friswold about everything -- from Mississippi Nights to David Beckham.

Ian visits Frazer's Restaurant and Lounge for a pork schnitzel.

What does an Angry Black Bitch have to say about Jena Six?

Bruno David Gallery just joined the world of YouTube. Now you can watch featured artists such as Peter Marcus explain their work.

Footage from St. Louis' Ride of the Century 2007, which took place in early September, can only be described as every motorist's worst nightmare. Check out a photo essay of the event here.

THERE The majestic iPhone may soon have some competition.

For someone who got famous from acting a bit wild and slutty, it's only natural that Alicia Silverstone disrobed for PETA. It's not like she's the first, anyway.

It's the end of the world at Something Awful.

EVERYWHERE If Britney Spears is the new Courtney Love, then George Bush must be the new Sadam. (Via Huffington Post)

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