Here's the latest from Nathan

Intermittent Caloric Restriction

This is a really interesting article on caloric restriction and longevity.  Intermittent caloric restriction sounds promising, though I’m not sure I have the discipline for it.

Posted in: Health & Wellness, Science Facts & Fiction 12 years ago 1

Exploding Santorum

One more reason to eat vegan, vegetarian, or pescetarian? Exploding pig shit.

”I Support Latinos by Eating Tacos”

East Haven, Connecticut Mayor Joseph Maturo said “I might have tacos when I go home tonight” when asked what he would be doing for the Latino community.  Check out the video, also; it has to […]

Posted in: News & Rumors, Politics & Activism 13 years ago 1

Santorum’s CUM

Rick Santorum (that’s right; that Santorum of santorum fame) has launched a new fundraising campaign, sometimes known as moneybomb.  What did he name his moneybomb?  CUM.  That’s right.  Conservatives Unite Moneybomb or CUM for short. […]

Posted in: Politics & Activism 13 years ago 0

Did Justin Bieber Give a Robot a Handy J at CES?

I would never say that Justin Bieber is gay, a cyberpunk, and an android fetishist, but this photo just looks all kinds of inappropriate.

Posted in: Music, News & Rumors, Technology 13 years ago 0

Ian Cooke

I discovered this artist while visiting Denver. He is a bit unpolished in concert, but his studio recordings are really worth a listen. He blends his vocals with his cello so beautifully. His original cello […]

Posted in: Music 13 years ago 0

VIDEO: Touching Things is Fun

This is the most delightfully inappropriate song. (NSFW)

Posted in: Music, Videos 13 years ago 0

Happy Halloween!

My glam jack o’ lantern Halloween centerpiece is finished.

Posted in: Culture & Style, Images 13 years ago 0

The Mitochondrial Theory of Aging

This article is a bit heady, but well worth the read for anyone interested in radical life extension.

Posted in: Science Facts & Fiction, Technology 13 years ago 0

Carbon Nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes are the key to ubiquitous solar energy, and nanotechnology will change our world in profound and unpredictable ways.

Posted in: Science Facts & Fiction, Technology 13 years ago 0



My husband and I just moved to the Portland-Vancouver area, and I wonder what Lake thinks about the controversy surrounding the Portland pride parade. Basically, the... » More

On FOF #2500 – X Marks the Spot

Nadya, no. No. We need to do away with the two-party system, not double-down on it. We need five or six equally powerful parties, the more... » More

On FOF #2426 – The Horrors of the Holidays

I immediately picked up on the gay subtext, and I feel that it is supportive of gay expression, because it is depicting closetedness as destructive. I... » More

On FOF #2424 – Fanatical Beasts and Where to Find Them

Unless I missed it, you guys didn’t mention Ghost in the Shell coming out next year. It looks amazing, racist Hollywood whitewashing aside. It’s great source... » More

On FOF #2418 – C’mon Get Happy

Whatever happened to Andy? I’m trolling the archives today for nostalgia, so I don’t kill myself. I hope everyone else is hanging in there, but I know... » More

On FOFA #241 – Screaming, Dancing Queens