Crimson Room

Try to get out of the room.

Use the Crimson Room Solver if you get stuck.

Celebrity Jeopardy: Ape Tit

Alex Trebek welcomes Burt Reynolds, Third Rock from the Sun's French Stewart and or course Sean Connery on this episode of Celebrity Jeopardy.

From Saturday Night Live.

Team America: World Police

Team America, an international police force dedicated to maintaining global stability learns that a power hungry dictator is brokering weapons of mass destruction to terrorists. The heroes embark upon a harrowing mission to save the world.

All Your Smurf Are Belong to Surf

Smurfs play against the cast of All Your Base are Belong to Us on the game show $20,000 Zig.

Things a smurf would smurf of another smurf for 300, please.

Bill Gates murdered at Los Angeles charity event

Microsoft Corp.

Chairman William H.

Gates III was killed today in Los Angeles during an appearance at a charity event held in MacArthur Park.

Hit by two bullets believed to have been shot from the adjacent Park Plaza Hotel, Gates was rushed by ambulance to nearby St.

Vincent Medical Center, where doctors declared him dead on arrival at 12:46 p.m.


All Your Base Are Belong to Us

Looks like an old 16-bit video game intro that someone did voice overs for with computer generated voices.

Then he turned it into an electronica track and took every picture that is being passed around the web, made it his own and used it for the video.

Book: Who Cut the Cheese - A Cultural History of the Fart

From the author: We've all grown up hearing about the underground of fart lore--vague tales of secret writings by famous people, obscure recordings of "crepitation contests," wild tales about some guy in France who could sing through his ass and blow out candles from a foot away.

Well, it's all true, and I've gotten to the bottom of every story.

Plus, there's coverage of Howard Stern and his Fartman character, the rise of flatulence as a crowd pleaser in Hollywood, and much more.

I wanted to make the story of farts a ripping good read.

If you've ever laughed at a fart, I think you'll love this book.