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2. General Humour

  1. Peter's Evil Overlord List

  2. Welcome to

  3. DEC WARS!

  4. The M*A*S*H 4077 Homepage (Andy Lawson)

  5. Suicide Is Painless (M*A*S*H Theme)

  6. Urban Legends

  7. User Friendly the Comic Strip: Main Page

  8. The Official Range Bowling Home Page - A hoot!

  9. Laugh along with GNU - from the Free Software Foundation (FSF)

  10. The Bastard Operator From Hell Official Archive


    It bears a marked resemblance to the way governments in the British (and Canadian) traditions work, albeit being somewhat more witty than real life.

  12. Spoof on some Baptist overreactions...

  13. Adbusters: Spoof Ads

  14. SatireWire |

  15. Axis of Not So Evil

  16. Pulp Phantom

  17. Klingon Programming

  18. Engrish Discoveries

    Sometimes things just don't translate... Sometimes people don't even try; sometimes they shouldn't bother...

  19. Stupid Computer Tricks

  20. BreakEh! The Entertainment Site for Canadians by Ecuadorans

  21. Happy SysAdmin day from the UKUUG

    With a really bizarre video...

  22. The Complete April Fools' RFCs

  23. The Unix Sysadmin Song

  24. Planet Wally: Wide World of Pranks: Wal-Mart Intercom Pranks

  25. Running for Office: It's Like A Flamewar with a Forum Troll, but with an Eventual Winner

  26. Welcome To Iron Fans Online

    Quite the entertaining "cult Japanese cooking show." It's quite a lot like "Galloping Gourmet meets WWF Wrestling."

    For each episode, a visiting chef picks one of the "Iron Chefs" with which to compete in the Kitchen Stadium. An ingredient is chosen as the ingredient for the show, and they are given something like half an hour to prepare a full menu of dishes all of which feature the chosen ingredient. For instance, in the "Asparagus Battle," all the dishes, including the desert, prominently featured asparagus.

    At the end, a panel of judges (apparently Japanese celebrities) score the dishes, dubbed into peculiar English, and, almost always, the Iron Chef beats out the contender.

    Many of the dishes wind up being very Japanese, and thus pretty bizarre to Western palates. For instance, the combination of rock salt, green tea, and asparagus wouldn't commonly occur to Western chefs, certainly not as a dessert item.

    Others, on the other hand, seem fairly fabulous. They often pull in "special ingredients" that are ridiculously exclusive/expensive. Occasionally there's a neat idea to be had...

  27. Krusty Sushi

    Really, really, really krusty...

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