Univseral Temple: THE TEMPLE OF TH, submitted by Matt. You know, I've always believed that the only "good" organized religions are the ones exclusive to Geocities sites. The Universe Temple (TEMPLE OF THE FUTURE) is that and oh so much more. What that extra "more" is, I can't really tell, but hell, there's a shitload of spinning triangles all over this mess.
We have the plans to improve the space program, a decent space program, not just "promenades to space"... It must go faster because soon the world will be overpopulated. We have the plans to make much stronger materials and powerful fuel, to fertilise and colonise planets... just to support our spaceships... once we leave the gravity of a planet we can live much, much, much longer... Don't you want that for your children ? And perhaps for you ? Or you want to die without trying ? Always here, circling the sun... 360º rotation every 24 hours ? This movement makes us dizzy, stupid, limited and vulnerable...
Yeah, "stupid." Let's go with that word, website! Luckily for all of you, the only requirement to "join" is to sign their guestbook. Just remember though, that if you sign, you're agreeing to the following statement:
WE WILL UNIT INTELLIGENCE, KNOWLEDGE, WISDOM. WE WILL UNIT CIENTISTS, RICH PEOPLE, KINGS, MINISTERS AND PRESIDENTS, TO ACHIEVE OUR GOAL: LOOK FAR BEYOND THE SKY LIMIT, EXPAND THE HUMAN RACE THROUGH THE UNIVERSE... BUT FIRST WE ALL HAVE TO MEET THE STANDARDS YOU ARE GOING TO FIND HERE. PLEASE JOIN US! ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS SIGN OUR GUEST BOOK!
Yes, please "unit intelligence!" "Unit cientists!" ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL! TO INFINITY AND BEYOND!!!
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