Welcome to the Stanford Prison Experiment web site, which features an extensive slide show and information about this classic psychology experiment. What happens when you put good people in an evil place? Does humanity win over evil, or does evil triumph? These are some of the questions we posed in this dramatic simulation of prison life conducted in the summer of 1971 at Stanford University.  
How we went about testing these questions and what we found may astound you. Our planned two-week investigation into the psychology of prison life had to be ended prematurely after only six days because of what the situation was doing to the college students who participated. In only a few days, our guards became sadistic and our prisoners became depressed and showed signs of extreme stress. Please join me on a slide tour of describing this experiment and uncovering what it tells us about the nature of Human Nature.
It's an Adult swim game temporarily called Name the Game until somebody wins the prize for submitting a name for the game. (Hey it could be you)  
Your meatball and you have to guide the headless guy through the obstacles.  
Eckerd Corp. said the pharmacist considered it a violation of morals to give a rape victim, with a valid prescription, a pill that would prevent her from getting pregnant due to the sexual assault.  
Should pro-choicers get to force pro-lifers to act contrary to their morals?
CBS apologized on Sunday for an unexpectedly R-rated end to its Super Bowl halftime show, when singer Justin Timberlake tore off part of Janet Jackson's top, exposing her breast.  
offending image 1 | 2 | animated gif | computer genereated reenactment  
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A scan down the first page of articles shows them to be pretty even handed in their fact checking  
Also see: Bush A Military “Deserter?” Calm Down, Michael (Moore)
A neat quicktime video with some superb lip-synching.
This stunning article about Abe Lincoln will make you wonder if anything we have been taught is even remotely true.  
Apparently what we think about the Civil War, is not.  
This one is a must read.
The most addictive flash page ever Might be even more fun when smashed. you click on things and other strange things come out and the interact...awesome
Hey Ya: The video
The friggin' cool music video for Outkast's "Hey Ya".  
a video that is absolutely as great as the song!
Free Astrological Chart
Input your info and get a free descriptive astrological chart ... you can have the chart e-mailed to you for posterity.

With all these links about Wiccans, maybe one of them would enjoy it.
alcohol and how to mix it....
From Esquire, comes the ultimate guide to all things alcoholic...

This section is guided by the belief that not all drinks are created equal: that some-most-are syrupy swill fit only for the binge-drinking co-ed and the pledge who's trying to pin her. Others, however, are alchemy in action, the transformation of humble spirits into a nectar not unfit for the gods. Here's how to make those drinks (and some classic variations).

Every man should know how to make at least one drink from a foreign country, preferably one taught to him by a local female with whom he has had a complicated, unresolved, and quite possibly dangerous dalliance.

Great Schools
School information for public, private and charter schools nationwide

GreatSchools.net is your objective source of school information on elementary, middle and high schools. A nonprofit organization, GreatSchools.net provides information about public, private and charter schools in all 50 states and detailed school profiles for California, Arizona, Texas, Florida and Washington.

In real life, guys like to quote from reel life. An interesting story about this male phenomenon, featuring a plethora of memorable movie quotes.
Paul Berman, one of the most provocative thinkers on the left, has a message for the antiwar movement: Stop marching and start fighting to spread liberal values in the Middle East.

"just as liberal-minded Europeans and Americans doubted the threats of Hitler and Stalin, enlightened Westerners today are in danger of missing the urgency of the violent ideologies coming out of the Muslim world. "

from salon.com

Acting under the directive of the leadership of the 104th Congress to make Federal legislative information freely available to the Internet public, a Library of Congress team brought the THOMAS World Wide Web system online in January 1995, at the inception of the 104th Congress. Searching capabilities in THOMAS were built on the InQuery information retrieval system, developed by the Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval based at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

The first database made available was Bill Text, followed shortly by Congressional Record Text, Bill Summary & Status, Hot Bills (no longer maintained), the Congressional Record Index, and the Constitution (now found, along with other historical Congressional documents, under the "Historical Documents" category on the THOMAS home page). Enhancements in the types of legislative data available, as well as in search and display capabilities, have been continuously added.

inspired by Fuzzydave's link to this piece of freeware.