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    What sites do you regularly visit?

    Just curious - what other sites (aside from the FORT) do you regularly visit? There might be some interesting sites out there that I don't know about that some of you might be visiting.

    As for me, it's actually a fairly bland list. I have a customized page over at Yahoo for my news. I also visit the daily cartoon Day by Day. I also visit Alterslash every now and then. A few blogs like Rachel Lucas are also on my list.

    Anyone else got any ineresting sites?

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    i do the online crossword at dallasnews.com and i go to enjoyincubus.com a bit, but mainly to look at brandon boyd pics.

    sorry... i'm pretty boring online.

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    My favorite non-FoRT sites are a bit edgier than this one is, so take this as fair warning.

    www.portalofevil.com Not actually evil, but not always safe from work.

    www.cruel.com Same as above.

    www.somethingawful.com Ditto.

    I just want to interject that the names of the above sites have very little to do with their actual content. By and large, they are sites with links to other funny/bizarre/insane pages. They aren't evil, cruel and awful, respectively. Carrying on....

    www.theonion.com is obviously classic.

    www.realultimatepower.net lets you tap into your inner ninja

    www.fark.com is good for some laughs

    http://www.rathergood.com/punk_kittens/ is so stupid that I absolutely love it. Unless you have sound on your machine, this won't make any sense.
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    fark and the onion are both hysterical!

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    Gah, I knew I was forgetting something I visited regularly. Yeps, I visit Fark regularly myself. Not a bad place, either, though I stay away from reading the comments.

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    I forgot one of my very favorites. This one has the same caveat as the others: The humor is NOT for everyone, and if you're at work, you might not want to look.

    http://maddox.xmission.com/

    Edit: Specifically http://maddox.xmission.com/irule.html

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    I like the Onion, and occasionally visit Fark. I also like www.thespark.com (the Date My Sister Project is frickin' hilarious)

    I like to check out www.tivocommunity.com - but that will only appeal to TiVo users.

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    let's see....I go here of course (most of my time here and visit all the clay related links n stuff posted in the thread)...check my email...check out my friends' online journals like www.livejournal.com and www.xanga.com and view and post a little at www.spammy.nu

    yep that's about it....
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    Umm, hello, theonion.com is completely hilarious. Here are a couple mini-stories that I just re-sent out to friends a few days ago. (sorry for the poor formatting, I cut and paste them from my sent folder).

    Man Not Sure What To Do About Vet's Request For Dog-Urine Sample
    MISSOULA, MT-Dog owner Darryl Burkhard, 36, said Tuesday that he is
    unsure
    how to fulfill his veterinarian's orders to extract a urine sample
    from
    ailing cocker spaniel Sneakers. "The vet just casually asked me to
    bring in
    a sample, like I'd automatically know how to do that," Burkhard said.
    "Do I
    take Sneakers for a walk and then stick a cup under him at just the
    right
    moment? Or do I, like, fasten a cup to his genitals with a belt and
    wait for
    him to eventually go? Either way, I'm probably looking at some sort of
    really unpleasant dog-p*ss-related situation."

    Side Effects Sound Awesome
    SAN JOSE, CA-Watching a TV commercial for the prescription allergy
    medication Nasonol, local resident Troy Henderson, 23, remarked Tuesday
    that
    the drug's possible side effects "sound awesome." "Dizziness,
    drowsiness,
    excitability, loss of motor function, irregular heartbeat, tingling
    sensations in the chest and sinuses-man, Nasonol's got it all,"
    Henderson
    said. "I gotta score some of that." Henderson, who does not suffer from
    any
    allergies, said he plans to call his pollen-allergic friend Steve to
    "hook
    me up."
    "If you're like me, you have a 'been there, done that' attitude when it comes to paleolithic paleontology." - Jon Stewart

    "I swear, you are the ho-ho ho." - OTS

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    ok, i don't regularly visit this site, but i received this link from a friend and thought it was funny!

    http://www.3dfestival.com/tmp/kozoFlash.htm

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