05 December, 2008

Fink's Links #42

...(very Douglas Adams)...Gosh, only ten more weeks and I've been doing these weekly roundups for a whole year! Ah...Seems like only yesterday... ;)

Let's get underway with a video entitled "the most horrible day of my life"...how can people get so...involved...amazing... <:0

A movie of a very strange Japanese piggy bank...

Now let's check out a fantastic shot of the Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone park...

Some good and spooky urban exploration, this time an abandoned hospital in LA...

Chickens break up a fight between two rabbits...(yes, you read that correctly)...

"I do not have any money so am sending you this drawing of a spider I did instead" (you may need to click the image once to make it large enough to read)...an internet legend is born! ;)

The really quite moving story of the butler at the White House...

A Darth Vader toaster...

"Only when the last tree has withered, the last fish has been caught, and the last river's been poisoned, will man realize we cannot eat money"...

Suffering Souls - A search for the roots of psychopathy...

A fairly dangerous trampoline...

An interesting piece by Psywar on the role stamps played (both the forgeries and authentic propaganda uses) during the World Wars...(more interesting than it sounds)!

...and if you're smart, you'll stay down...

A really nasty ketchup dispenser...

...and we'll round things off with an excellent road sign fail and a hilarious hero fail...

Don't look at me like that, it's all I have! Honestly! Links will be back next week though and until then you can find previous round-ups back in this direction...! 

Have a jolly good weekend! ;)

2 comments:

Kev Brown said...

Some great links, I especially liked the abandoned hospital link! I used to love exploring the abandoned factories in Hull back in my days as a youth! (I wish we had fancy camera phones when I were a lad) I actually feel a pang of sadness that they have been demolished, even though they were eyesores!

¨°º©[ Fink ]©º°¨ said...

Thanks Kev, yeh, that was one of my naughty hobbies too, creeping into places you really weren't supposed to be! Gave a little spice to life... ;)