Worth1000's current doctored photograph theme is portraying the giants among us/others (a person or somethign else interacting with others of its kind).
Worth1000's current image theme is on song titles and trying to depict them as an image.
This FoxTrot cartoon shows symptoms/signs that one is a mathematics geek/nerd/
Kitten War (it has nothing to do with pornography!) -- May the cutest kitten win... You can view images, vote between two kittens, compare the results with your votes, and upload your own kitten photographs.
TheForce.Net mentioned a BBC News story about a full-scale Millennium Falcon, that was created for 'The Empire Strikes Back' movie, and allegedly could fly. In the winter of 1979 word started to spread in Pembroke Dock that a flying saucer was being built in an old giant aircraft hangar in the town. Those involved were sworn to secrecy.
Spaceman Spiff e-mailed me MSNBC's trivia quiz to see how well people learned and memorized even the most arcane details about George Lucas' six-film sci-fi series. How well do you know the Star Wars universe? Take the trivia quiz and find out if you're a true Jedi master or just a scruffy nerf-herder. There are ten tricky questions.
Google Video has a funny television (TV)/commercial/advertisement (ad.)/spot spoof/parody on how to dance like a middle aged white man. It is about one minute and 37 seconds long.
Worth1000's current theme has 108 entries combined fruits and/or vegetables.
The Sith Explained is a detailed article by Stuffo on the the details of the Sith from comics, novels, video games and various other media over the past thirty years. Questions like: "Have you ever wondered exactly who the Sith are, where they came from, and why they are considered so evil? Why is it that, as Yoda says, "Always two there are, no more, no less"? Why are their lightsabers always red, and what's with all this vengeance?" are answered.
See Dr. Fun's cartoon. It sucks to be you. Just kidding.
LiveScience has two articles about young humans: