Fluffy Links – Tuesday April 8th 2008

We’ve had Fluffy badges, so how does one go about getting a Filthy badge? Talk to Midget Wrangler.

Alan has a good post on Randy Pausch’s last lecture. What would be yours?

Linkmap tells us the Taste Festival is coming to Cork.

The blog of Cristian Roman, a food blogger and journalist from Romania who’s just moved to Dublin.

You happy with our transport Minister?

Michael Moynihan, a sports journo from the Examiner is blogging, or rather copying and pasting existing articles and sticking them on a blog. Original content would be nice.

Fox News/Bill O’Reilly get Goatse’d.

Via Adam Maguire: 4 min unedited fight sequence. Some lame bits but really good still. Read the notes that went with it.

7 Responses to “Fluffy Links – Tuesday April 8th 2008”

  1. Emmet Ryan says:

    That fight sequence is good Damien but it’s no Fatal Deviation http://youtube.com/watch?v=uUHSCNMH4wE

    All 8 parts of this epic Irish movie are on YouTube. This is what happens when Kung Fu meets Trim with a dash of Mikey Graham thrown in for good measure.

    Best line is probably “Fuck you and your gun, ya prick.”

  2. copernicus says:

    Maybe you could make it clearer that Moynihan is cutting and pasting his own material. I thought you were saying he was one of those cut-and-paste traffic builders.

  3. M Buckley says:

    I started a thread on Techfocus that
    might be of interest to anybody who
    posts to chat rooms.

    The link is in the Blogroll on the
    RHS of my blog page.

    Sometimes I wonder if I should
    start some
    “Huffy Links”…

  4. Cristi Roman says:

    Thank you, Damien.
    Soon i’ll start my new blog in English language.

  5. Paul McClean says:


    Dude… thank you for this 🙂

  6. Midge says:

    Damien, you have totally landed me in it, outing me on your well read blog! I’ll have all sorts of degenerates reading my wholesome, good christian blog…….and if you belive that you’ll believe anything!

  7. Michael Moynihan says:

    Damien, thanks for the mention. As Copernicus points out, it’s all original.