November 10, 2006

It's Too Late Shotgun

Some words from Jim Carroll's "It's Too Late" off the album Catholic Boy. In light of the last 6 years and the recent election.

It's too late
to fall in love with Sharon Tate
but it's too soon
to ask me for the words I want carved on my tomb.

  1. chaostheory.swf

    Make a well-placed explosion and keep the chain reaction going for as long as possible.

  2. YouTube - "Office Space" Recut

    What if Office Space were a horror film?

  3. mypictr - we make your profile picture

    Ever use a profile picture? mypictr will halp you turn a photo into a profile shot.

  4. red.swf

    Cool game - missile command with superballs and without the explosions.

  5. - never pay full price again with these coupon and promotion codes for online stores

    A good place to search for online retailer coupon codes.

  6. Maps - Satellite, Street, Theme Maps - National Geographic

    Make your own theme maps at this National Geographic website.

  7. RubyTooth - Double Wires

    Be Spider-Man in 2D. Or something like it.

  8. Apple Journal- Choosing Apple Varieties

    Information on choosing apples for different purposes. They've also got a comprehensive list of apple varieties on this site. Wowee, that's a lot of apples.

  9. Zanorg Mini Games © kek

    Balance the ball and keep the other one from passing the paddle. The longer, the better.

    to flash game

Posted by James at November 10, 2006 9:35 AM
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I got 112 on Chaos Theory.

Don't know what my score was on red.swf but I liked the music.

I got 108 yards on RubyTooth.

Fun stuff!

Oh and I loved the Office Space recut.

Posted by: Chuck S. at November 10, 2006 10:24 AM

I just had a good run on Chaos Theory and got 130, which blows away any of my previous attempts. The game complimented me by flashing MIRACLE! at the end. W00t!

Posted by: Mike at November 10, 2006 10:47 AM

Wow, 130 - that's awesome.

I got near that, in the 120s, but did not reach Miracle status. I mostly am getting in the 100's.

I love "Red.swf" too. It's weird.

Posted by: James at November 10, 2006 3:06 PM

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