September 29th, 2003
Fresh UnFunny. Also, more ranting. Ladies, when you slap your face with a clown's portion of makeup, wear tops that let your fat rolls pop out and get even drunker than me, it's fucking revolting. I'm glad I threw gum at you.
September 27th, 2003
I've reviewed the television show Quantum Leap. In other news, if the chubby girl that my friend shook and called Fatbot repeatedly is reading this, I would apologise, but I think my throwing you into a metal fence was worse.
September 24th, 2003
Joe's created a new comic using the - perfectly legal - Powerpuff Girls cartoon maker. He's simply sharing his creations with you because you love what he does so much.
September 22nd, 2003
Time for this month's update to the Sheriff Gringo For President 2004 campaign site. Sign up to help the Sheriff! Or alternatively use the campaign e-mail address to send spam, like some fat cunt has been doing!
September 21st, 2003
The last update for guest review week and it's another review by Shinobi Dragon. He's seen the wacky, laugh-a-minute movie Phone Booth on DVD and reviewed it. Simple as that.
September 20th, 2003
Another guest article by Lauren? Has the world gone mad?! QUITE POSSIBLY! Also, I know this is a cliché web angst thing to do, but here's a message for a certain Mr. R: YOU'RE A BIG STUPID OBNOXIOUS FUCKING CUNT.
September 19th, 2003
ShootTheWeasel, also known as everyone's favourite person called ShootTheWeasel, has returned with a guest review of the Nine Inch Nails' album The Downward Spiral.
September 18th, 2003
Tiffany has returned with another guest review for, um, guest review week. Last time round she wrote something about the movie Red Dragon. Now she's reviewed Hannibal. Huzzah.
September 17th, 2003
Guest review week continues! Remember Fleopatra's haikus of doom from last time round? If not, click here. If you do remember, it's probably best you don't click here to read a new set of them.
September 16th, 2003
Someone going by the name of Peppermint Hippo sent me a review of the word "swoon". Yes, you read that correctly. Seeing as guest review week lowers the quality level for articles by 26%, today you get to read it.
September 15th, 2003
It's the start of the second guest review week...ever! RUN NOW! Lauren has reviewed How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days. If you want to be as popular as him (next month) then click right here. Or here! OR EVEN HERE!
September 13th, 2003
Wasn't Return Of The Mack the name of some really irritating song? Oh well. It's an unfunny way to introduce a review from Mack Salmon. See what I'm getting at? Mack? Returning? Hilarious!
September 11th, 2003
This is the next One Panel Comic to go up. Even though there was one yesterday. There is no special reason for this one coming so quickly after the last one. None at all.
September 10th, 2003
I really rather like Joe's One Panel Comic today. You will too! That's not to say I don't like his other comics in the series. Just that...uh...I've said too much. STOP ASKING ME QUESTIONS! I GO NOW!
September 9th, 2003
More old offline rubbish is brought back online! The Richard M. Nixon Commemorative Soundboard has been found after many months of exploration by Ross. Also, many thanks to Raptor, all-round wizard and nice guy.
September 8th, 2003
For all five of you that have been waiting, Redukt's Aquarium comics are now back online after, um, being offline. There's also a shiny new addition to the series to enjoy. Dance! Dance with joy! Move those crippled little legs!
September 6th, 2003
I've seen another episode of that freakshow know as Rainbow and filled the insane amount of time on my hands by writing a review for it. The episode had something to do with Zippy's relative Zippo. I think.
September 2nd, 2003
Interviews make everyone happy! Today you can find out more about actor Richard Horvitz, probably best known to this site's readers (polling shows 99.1% watch cartoons) as the voice of Invader Zim.
September 1st, 2003
Bowing to public demand following an earlier skating game review (which you can find right here), Jeff has reviewed the first and second instalments of the video game series Skate Or Die.