Phantasmic Links 9.18.06

These weekends go faster and faster, don't they? Today I managed to travel not only halfway around the world, but back through time as well. It's an interesting tale that all began when....well, I should probably save it for another day. I'm sure everyone is anxious to start clicking this week's PHANTASMIC LINKS:

I spent an insane amount of time playing Dice Wars this past week. It's incredibly addictive, and no, I didn't have the board game equivalent growing up.

Miniature Earth reduces the world's population to a mere 100, then delves in to how we would break down. Hat tip the The Greek, although he doesn't have a blog and Rey beat me to posting the link.

The world's tallest woman is being treated for the brain tumor that caused her impressive stature.

Nothing can stop a true sports enthusiast.

I saw the New Numa video last week, but I was on the fence about posting it. It's not that it isn't funny, but it's almost too professionally produced and loses some of the spontaneity that made the original such a phenomenon.

I'm not sure if there is an end to the White Jigsaw. I stopped around 8x6 because I had to post at some point. If it isn't infinite, my competitive nature may drive me to complete it someday.

Here's how the Lord of the Rings should have ended, courtesy of The Write Jerry.

This educational video will prepare you for Talk Like a Pirate Day, me bloggies!

Drag the Dot is a finite game, with sixteen levels of increasing difficulty and breath-holding mouse precision. It also had something I wasn't expecting at the end of such a game...Hat tip to Sarcasmo.

The Bionic Woman is finally a reality.

Otto meets Metallica. Rocking ensues.



Blogger b13 said...

Why did you hook me on move the dot and the white puzzle? You BASTARD. LOL.

9/18/2006 3:08 AM  
Blogger Wendy said...

Yeah that new Numa video is really lame.

9/18/2006 7:06 AM  
Blogger Rob said...

I can't say I get either Numa video. On the other hand, the "How the Lord of the Rings Should Have Ended" was wonderful!

9/19/2006 10:45 AM  

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