The Pink Swastika: An On-Line Book About Homosexuality In the Nazi Party
What might have been (and may still be) a wacky joke turns out to be a well-written, well-researched tome with chapters like "The Homosexual Roots Of Fascism" and "Was Hitler A Homosexual?" (As it turns out, Hitler probably wasn't a homosexual, but he was a cophrophile, and, briefly, a male prostitute). If Streisand and show tunes have lost their luster for you, you may want to check out this informative site.
The Family Research Council
This is a truly frightening site for "The Family Research Council", a watchdog group which purports to defend "family, faith, and freedom." Design is super-clean, streamlined, and dull like a suburbanite. The text includes pearls of wisdom like "homosexual activity is immoral, unhealthy, and destructive to individuals, families, and societies." Ooze recommends taking their survey. Tell 'em you're a porno-loving, bisexual, pot-smoking hippie chick ready to bring the world to its knees!
Mysteries of the Templars
Various quotes detailing idol worship, rituals, the Inquisition, the Freemasons, and other religious weirdness. Links all over the place, and plenty of weird text to make you want to eat your own eyeballs.
Absolutely crazy. This entirely text-based site contains one long, almost SubGenius-like rant about survival and the coming apocalypse. It includes chestnuts like "anyone who looks more than 3 feet above the ground will be executed." This one's either put out by a genius, or a madman (or both).
Rectal Foreign Bodies
It's amazing what people can fit into their own butts -but unlike gravity- what goes up doesn't necessarily come down. This site is an incredibly comprehensive guide to the medical literature which sheds light on this dark practice featuring doctor's reports and some x-rays of the more interesting cases. Some forms of entertainment are best left to the professionals like Laurie Anderson.
FDR nut or just plain afflicted? Wheel on over to this site for an overview of "Post-Polio Syndrome" which apparently can include other cool diseases like scoliosis! Fun, fun, fun, til Daddy takes our spinal cord away.
Yes Yes Y'All, MCB'S muffuckin hood
This page comes up with giant letters spelling out, "AHIGHT, SUMPIN FOR DA HOODRATS." Besides its Netscape header reading, "Yes Yes Y'All, MCB'S muffuckin hood," there doesn't appear to be anything else on this site. A sign of mental illness? Brilliant!
David Hasselhoff Is The Anti-Christ...And I Have Proof!
Perhaps the only website in the world boasting the claim, "David Hasselhoff Is The Anti-Christ...And I Have Proof!" This funny, thorough site includes demonic pictures of the "Baywatch" star, plus a matchup of scriptural quotes with events in his career (record albums, the pilot for "Knight Rider"). Check out arrogant quotes from the frog-voiced, plastic-faced superstar himself.
An expert modification of a reasonably well-known historical photograph. I never knew that a patsy could rock so hard!
Mr. T Ate My Balls
Mr. T has got a Bad Attitude and wants to eat your balls. The site is a series of images culled from old comics and stills which are altered to make the Mohawked One espouse his alleged nut-eating philosophy. The site has spawned enough copy-cat sites featuring other celebrities that Yahoo! has an entire Ate My Balls category. I pity the fool who won't give this site a chance.
Abraham Lincoln Online
If you said you could find Abraham Lincoln on the "web" four score and seven years ago, you'd be put in a special "home". Today, however, our revered lanky President can be found online with his speeches, portraits, a Lincoln trivia quiz, what he was doing that week in history, and a burgeoning bag of fan mail- although he doesn't often answer it personally. Link up to Lincoln- he's not on the five for nothing.
The Funky World of Dolemite
Rudy Ray Moore created the rappin' and tappin' Dolemite who starred in a series of kung-fu Blaxploitation movies in the seventies. This site celebrates Moore's long career and Blaxploitation films in general. Here you can play Dolemite Jeopardy, check out the Dolemite pimp dictionary, read Rudy's rhymes, and support Dolemite for President. Get your rat-soup eatin' honky mother fuckin' ass on over.
The Particles of Star Trek
Does your head spin when anyone on Star Trek babbles on about bobyon particles or phase-induced anti-matter? Paramount actually pays "science advisors" to keep track of all this stuff, but now you can too. The Particles of Star Trek is simply a big list of every imaginary, real, and quasi-real particle ever mentioned in any of the show's incarnations. If there's a particle you know of but isn't listed, you can add it with a handy form at the bottom. Now I have to put some saltyon cubes on my anti-fries.
Jeff's Guide to the Star Wars Drinking Game
Alcoholic science fiction fans rejoice! Now you can indulge in your two favorite pastimes simultaneously. This site clearly sets out the rules for an extraordinary drinking game. Pop in one of the Star Wars movies and when any of the listed events happens -Luke whines, a Rebel Pilot says, "I've been hit!", etc.- everyone drinks. But please don't drink and use the Force.
Japanese Movie Ticket Stubs
Japanese movie theaters sell special tickets one month or more in advance of their release date. These tickets are not only discounted around twenty percent, but are tiny publicity posters. Cruise through a bizarre collection that consists not only pictures of the stubs themselves, but of the movie's credits and links to related sites. Call me a cultural bigot, but it's pretty odd to see Woody Allen poised over Japanese script like a Toho megamonster.
According to this electronic brochure, everything you experience at the Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament is based upon life as it really was in a Spanish castle. That is if castles had indoor plumbing and disco balls. The actual restaurant is much more exciting than this dull website, but who can pass up on pictures of people watching a sword duel while eating chicken?
A serial science fiction story that makes a mess of itself. A Sci-Fi tie in.
Fun, breezy zine which takes on "geek-retro" pop culture (accompanied by an autographed picture of Florence Henderson), breakfast cereal, Rancho Santa Fe, and more.
Two funsters from the Netherlands generate "Planet Peekluts", their jaunty look at sex, humor, music and movies. (For music, they list "rock, hardcore, ska, and emo", which I can only guess means "Emo Philips"). The sex section mostly consists of pictures of Drew Barrymore in various states of undress, which proves that our European cousins have a little red-blooded American maleness inside their pale-skinned veins.
The Dead Files
A bunch of text-only stories detailing the life of a frustrated BBS Sys-Op. Either it's pretty funny, or I'm such a lame geek I can't tell the difference.
Ever wonder if there's more to Australia than Paul Hogan and shrimp on the barbie? This Aussie site with a truly professional look and a cheeky attitude proves that there is, with articles on local politics, the coffeehouse culture, and more. So if you're curious about mocha lattes in Sydney, this is the site for you.
A monthly e-mag with an angry satirical slant. Shocking? Maybe if there were more titty, but entertaining nevertheless.