|Art Gallery||Tons of pics & vids, lots of categories, some fun original pictorials and some full-length TV specials|
|Rainy Day||Articles and humor for a rainy day|
|System Backup||Back up your computer the way the pros do|
|Ratville||Dedicated to my pet rats|
|The GE Project
||Hi-res Google Earth tours|
||Household repairs made easy|
||Now this is something different|
To be honest, I rarely post something unless I believe it's possibly the first time anyone's ever written about it, or from that particular perspective. So it's possible that almost every original article and comedy post on my Rainy Day site is unique in all the webosphere. You're welcome to make your own comparisons. There are a few posts, however, that kind of stand out. If you're looking for something fresh and new, spend a while on this page.
These should turn your head around a tad:
Want to play the paranoia game? While you're complacently sitting there thinking the biggest governmental or regulatory threat to your life is the increase in prices from the cap-and-trade energy bill, a far greater threat to our actual civil liberties is emerging from the shadows:
Say, those new tennis shoes of yours sure look nice. Do you mind if I weigh them on my new electronic scale to test it out? Hey, how come one of them weighs a gram more than the other?
Of course, if paranoia is your bag, we wouldn't want to leave out…
If you read the blogger TigerHawk, you'll appreciate:
And in case you know any vegetarians…
In the media department, I think I can honestly say there's never been anything quite like my first 'NCIS' post:
If you liked the TV show 'House MD', here's my:
If you're a fan of Michael Crichton, check out:
For two fun you-are-there stories:
Are you a cat or dog lover? Then please don't read:
While the Art Gallery, itself, is pretty nice, some of the original pictorials have a fresh take:
And, while I wouldn't claim my collection of web videos (in the Art Gallery) is any better than the next, I can almost guarantee you've never seen anything quite like Doc's Bag O' Clips.
And, I suppose by definition alone, my History's Mysteries section is full of unique goodies. I particularly like the one about Magellan.