/. and Landover Baptist Church say Christian game enthusiasts around the U.S.A. are turning the world of Azeroth inside the new video game, "World of Warcraft" into a mission field, where virtual battles are fought and real souls are won to the Lord Jesus Christ.
Celebrity Soundboards contain various audio clips/quotes from celebrities in TV shows and/or movies. This can be useful for prank calls, but do it carefully (don't abuse it).
StupidVideos posted an amusing recorded helicopter's view of of cops chasing down a runaway driver on the freeway. They tried to spin the car a few times, but it didn't work out for a few times.
Compfused.com posted some good, encoded TV commercials/advertisements today:
A co-worker sent me a forum thread link with a cool photograph. He quoted it, "Don't Mess With This Little Red Riding Hood". Little
ZDNet's Cubicle from Hell Contest shows three different photographs of cubicles from hell. You get to vote which one should be the winner.
I saw this story and video on KTLA 5 Morning News this morning. I found it crazy and amusing. All4naught, in Blue's News' thread, posted a RealMedia video clip (8.9 MB; downloadable; 1.5 minutes long; RealAlternative Player v1.29 played it just fine). It shows cars crashing into cars, people slipping, sliding, and even almost getting running over from the crazy snow weather.
Now, this was interesting and I didn't know this was a fact. It was also worth putting this blog on AQFL's front page! ;)
I was listening to an audio clip from yesterday's Insight for Living (1/13/2005) on the way home from work (1.75 hours commute!) with my father, and heard Chuck Swindoll sharing a story related to the remarriage sermon (didn't listen to the whole episode since I am not married yet!).
Worth1000's current contest theme is called "Ice Dreams 3". It is taking images of ice cream in a creative way, either by exaggerating its importance, or by swapping it with other everyday items, or putting it where you'd least expect to find them.
See this gorilla that is smoking a cigar, err carrot. ;)
Alien8's Broadband Reports wireless security forum thread mentions The Register story on U.S. slapping on the wardriver-busting paint. Security-minded U.S. decorators' supply outfit, Force Field Wireless,
claims to have developed a do it yourself (DIY) solution to the international menace of
marauding geek wardrivers--DefendAir paint "laced with copper and aluminum fibers that form an electromagnetic shield, blocking most radio waves and protecting wireless networks".