Where's My Pants?
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Where's My Pants?

In Issue 25's Web Line column Tony Rogers casts a quick glance in the direction of four more weird and wonderful Internet sites.  He starts with Where's My Pants?
 

This is an incendiary statement, a statement that will change the way humans perceive themselves in their relationship to the universe

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Web Line — Tony Rogers

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What? Another handful of weird and wacky sites?

Yep, and let’s start with Where’s My Pants? What it is, in fact, is a dire warning. You see, “aliens are abducting our pants”:

This is an incendiary statement, a statement that will change the way humans perceive themselves in their relationship to the universe . . . It is my purpose to educate the masses, for a "society gone psychotic" is unavoidable, but perhaps I can save our pants.

Just thought I’d better alert you.

Next, let’s carefully take a trip to the equally gorgeously entitled Aluminum Foil Deflector Beanie. This site gives you painstaking instructions on how to build an AFDB. Why would you need one? To combat mind control, silly. It’s “an effective, low-cost solution” that's also “stylish and comfortable”. Make yourself one immediately!

Over to Japan now, courtesy of the Quirky Japan Home Page.

Vending Machine Heaven, Pachinko ("the world's most mindless pastime"), Rubber Baseball Museum, Bean-Throwing Day — all these and more can be yours in the Land of the Rising Sun. But there’s more: in particular, a list of Cheesy Tourist Attractions and Disappointments. Quick, let’s go!

Can’t tempt you? How about CrankDotNet? "Devoted to presenting Web sites by and about cranks, crankism, crankishness, and crankosity. All cranks, all the time."
Every day at midnight, a new Crank o' the Day is chosen! . . . There is also a What's New page, which lists all the cranks added in the last month.

What more could a true Bikwilian need?

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