Monday, October 16, 2006

Insane Video of Bike Jumps, Dancing Cats, and a Map of Springfield (Simpsons)



I wonder how much you rack up in medical bills with this kind of thing as your hobby??? There is a tiny part (ok, ok, I'm lying, a huge part!) of me that would love to do this. The minute I'm better, I'm not going to smoke crack, I'm going to jump off huge dangerous rocks with my bike and enjoy the several seconds before impact. New medical problems, here I come!!! And hurray for all the sadists out there!
  • Dancing Cats: Nicole has posted the most hilarious thing ever, dancing cats!!! The cats have such power that they will make you laugh, cry, and allow you to understand the meaning of life. Please be on the look out for technocat, he's hilarious.
  • Simpsons' Map: Who wants to see a map of Springfield, the imaginary town where the Simpsons reside? Well ok, I know this is pretty high up there in terms of triviality and unimportantness, and interest in such a subject can easily be called nerdy and very nearly tips over into the realm of the psychotic. Nonetheless, I found this was an enjoyable time waster!

7 comments:

Anomie-Atlanta said...

Free-riding is great, but only for those with flexible bones.

Mariana said...

:D Those cats are great! I know they were originally made by someone from the B3ta forum.

Sebastien said...

Anomie: Yeah, and you got to have a little bit of 'crazy' in you too.

Mariana: I don't know the B3ta forum. I'm going to try and find out what it is, because if they have more stuff like this I'll never stop laughing.

D. B. Cooper said...

Bike Jumping: Ignorance is wasted on the youth.

Dancing cats: Did you see the bling that second cat was wearing. Phat!

Map of Spingfield: Imaginary? To you maybe.

Sebastien said...

Tis true DB, the Simpsons are real!

That second cat is fat! He's also completely awesome.

Mariana said...

Here is the link for B3ta:

http://www.b3ta.com/

You'll find great stuff there! Sign up for their newsletter, you won't regret it!

Sebastien said...

Thanks for that link Mariana! I'll be checking it out.