Link Bulimia

November 21, 2008 | Comments (0) | by White Chili

There are a lot of dating websites out there. I see commercials for them all the time. eHarmony, Perfect Match,, etc...People have even found dates on Craigslist, although I simply cannot imagine looking for my soul mate on the same website I used to sell a TV for $100 and a bottle of Sailor Jerry. I would never subject myself to this, but it appears as though quite a few people have had some measure of success. That being said, I couldn't believe it when I was reading the mailbag on KSK and saw a link to Women Doing Time. You're probably saying to yourself, "No no, this can't possibly be what I think it is." Oh how very wrong you are. It's an entire pay site devoted to getting you in touch with incarcerated women all over the country. Here's a sample profile:

Natalie is a mobile dog groomer by trade, and her motto is "Groomers Do It Doggy Style."
Her release date is 3/2009. Mark it.

Anyway, as always if you find anything particularly depraved please pass it right along to Enjoy and make sure to wash your hands afterward.

A whale shark takes a dump and scientists go berserk. (BBC News)

Here are a few challenged ballots from the elections in MN. The Lizard People made it a good race. (MPR)

No one likes President Bush. (YouTube)

This is an outstanding collection of pictures from LIFE Magazine posted on Google. Worth a look. (Google)

Mark my words: I'm buying a breathalyzer before the year is up. There's no way that this doesn't end up with me in the hospital. (

This is the greatest wedding ever. Talk about falling on a grenade. Notice the Twinkie cake. (SherDog)

Twenty road signs. (Uncoached)

$250 down? Not a CHANCE! (YouTube)

I've stared at this for literally hours. Once you get the hang of it, it's not too difficult. The easiest way to do it is stare at the thigh of her leg that she's balancing on. It's not a fake, go ahead and download the GIF. (Perth Now)

Those clowns on Wall Street. What a bunch of clowns. (The Daily Show)

It wouldn't be Pomp Culture without a link to the New Yorker. Even if it is Jack Handey. "Maybe it's got something to do with that 42 in the corner." (The New Yorker)

Variety Writers Sling the Slanguage. (Funny or Die)

Hubert Humphrey & the Zillionaire Internet Army. I'm pretty sure that's all I have to say. (YouTube)