Here's a page of my favorite places to go on the Internet. (Besides h2g2, of course!) Many of these places are not really appropriate for persons under the age of hmmm... let's say twelve years old. So if you're having a hard time reaching the mouse, stick with Nickleodeon, okay?
My Leather Masks
Handmade leather masks, created by me! They're lovely and appropriate for masquerade balls, costume parties, Halloween, Mardi Gras, and renaissance fairs.
Home of some excellent Flash animations, mostly about rednecks, beer, vibrators, and explosions.
Another good waste of time.
More great Flash animations about grandfathers and gay canaries.
A perfect place for those sick individuals who think blowing up small rodents is funny.
This is an excellent site for debunking the dumb rumors you hear about the woman who brought home a Chihuahua that turned out to be a water rat. Newest addition is a 'Rumors of War' section - applause to these people for attempting to keep the hysteria down.
Joey Skaggs, Inveterate Prankster
A truly interesting individual. Created such public-fooling gags as the falsified creation of the company 'Hair Today, Ltd.' which marketed a permanent cure for baldness - scalp transplants from cadavers. Photos accompanying the press releases featured Joey Skaggs in a bad Tom Baker wig.
A satirical electronic newspaper - from such gems as 'Anorexic Girl Too Fat' to 'U.S. Vows To Defeat Whoever It Is We're At War With.' The Onion always has something to say - and it's usually hilarious.
Created in the mythical town of Denton in the 1980's, the Subgenius Foundation combines the very worst tripe spread by the tele-evangelists of the 70's, 80's, and even 90's. Definitely not for the faint of heart. Chaos is their object, and they revel in confusion.
"The Church Of The SubGenius is an order of Scoffers and Blasphemers, dedicated to Total Slack, delving into Mockery Science, Sadofuturistics, Mega-physics, Scatalography, Schizophreniatrics, Morealism, Sarcastrophy, Cynisacreligion, Apocolyptionomy, ESPectorationalism, HypnoPediatrics, Subliminalism,
Satyriology, DistoUtopianity, Sardonicology, Fasciestiouism, Ridiculophagy, and Miscellaneous Theology. "Researching The Public's Fear Of The Unknown Since 1953!"