Fembot For Blowjobs

November 30, 2007

This female robot was intentional designed to assist in dental training. However, with a mouth like hers, you might see this android at your favorite Sex Shop giving blowjobs for tokens. She even has a simulated gag reflex for lifelike deep throat action. Once again, thank you Japan.  


Writer Boi: a Hip Hop anthem

November 27, 2007

Every successful movement needs an anthem to rally supporters and build morale. The biggest fight against injustice of our time is, of course, the Writers strike. Unfortunately, John Lennon is dead. Cheer up Sadface, there’s a silver lining to this seemly bleak situation. What happens when a batch of super talented screen writers are sitting around on their laurels? A messiah is born… in the form of: Rapper.


Eco-friendly Chopstick Bra

November 22, 2007

Japan’s eco-friendly chopstick bra.The latest in environmentally sensitive lingerie, an uplifting message is supported by a ready-to-wear or dine bra.Hawt! 


Vancouver Geek Meetup

November 22, 2007

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Discussing international business card sizes with Mark Blevis, Hugh Hancock, Lorraine Murphey, James Clendenan, Shyam Wazir and Adam Gratrix. November 19, 2007 at Steamworks Brew Pub in Vancouver, Canada.

watch: http://blip.tv/file/498002


Downtime with the Doctor

November 20, 2007

 Dr Lickalottapus of Foreskin Radio records his musings, ramblings, observations and insights on his downtown around Metro Vancouver at the end of October. 


Skippy’s Little Adventure

November 18, 2007

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This is Skippy’s third little video adventure. Isn’t he the cutest? Watch him as he runs around his cage, eats his pellets, climbs on shoulders, and pushes hats on a table. All while listening to new live Radiohead music from thumbs_down. Now doesn’t that some like a hella good time?!

More Viacom ranting… this time by “Not The Daily Show”

November 15, 2007

In the past I’ve vented my anger with media conglomerate Viacom and their fascist approach to new media content. With the ongoing writer’s strike over internet revenues, it’s become painfully clear that companies like Viacom are unfairly taking advantage of the emerging virtual marketplace. As eyeballs shift away from traditional media toward new, unfamiliar territory, like youtube and cell phones, has created a fog of uncertainty and trepidation that allowed for exploitation by these major media giants. Clearity is finally being recovered and the Writer’s Guild wants a piece of the big internet revenue pie. We could smell it baking but Viacom keeps telling us there’s no food in the kitchen. Oh really Viacom? Then why are there crumbs all over your two face, bitch!?

Here’s an episode of “Not The Daily Show” from the picket line…