Thursday, October 16, 2008

It's sorta decor-related.

THIS.

Don't miss the oil rigs in the background. Love that. The whole thing is pretty interactive. I just moved my cursor over the curtains and a gun fell out. That made my day.

Again, thank you, Carrie. You always send me the best stuff.

27 comments:

Lisa said...

I like when you click on the Maverick poster. I might just spend the rest of my day doing so.

Paris Hotel Boutique said...

hilarious. Did you click on the back of the desk? A pitbull with lipstick comes out and a book for Dummies. Very clever. Also, keep opening and closing the door and a different thing happens each time.

Anonymous said...

More interactive fun: monitor the results of the www.7-election.com by scrolling over each state.

CashmereLibrarian said...

Thank you, Decorno. Poor Bambi.

zakary said...

Oh my.

"Where did Russia go?"

I almost peed my pants.

hello gorgeous said...

Oh, my god, that's funny. I just clicked on her desk and a car went flying off "the bridge to nowhere"...

Anonymous said...

It doesn't get much better than this.

Anonymous said...

Politics for Dummies!!

That is so fucking funny!!

Anonymous said...

ENOUGH!!! I'VE HAD ENOUGH REPUBLICAN-BASHING, SARAH-PALIN HATING STUFF. YOU"RE BECOMING A BORE. SNOOZE.

LindsB said...

that was the best!! it just entertained me for the last hour, and then I sent it to all my friends and waited another hour to see their reactions- love it, thanks for sharing!!

Anonymous said...

Anon 4:48 hasn't figured out how to change channels on his Internets.

Kara said...

Fucking brilliant... I had to post it on my site.

alis said...

If you click on the middle of her desk you can see her wolf counts. Ang also the computer screen shows some pretty likely reasults!

coco+kelley said...

that is AWESOME.

Anonymous said...

"Being president is fun!"
Cracks me up.

Anonymous said...

turn your volume down anonymous 4:48! golly-ding do you have a sense of humor, or is that stick always up yer ass?

Anonymous said...

damn, anon... you're becoming a bitch...don't like it? stop reading it. I bet you clicked on the link and checked it all out. It's like a train wreck. Just like her...

Brilliant Asylum said...

You just made my Friday.

Kwana said...

Fun. Thanks. I could play all day.

morrismore said...

I clicked on the door knob and saw the book burning!

Anonymous said...

I like how we're all treating this like some kind of awesome political advent calendar. "I opened the 11th and I got a chocolate!"

Anonymous said...

OMG, the T-Rex.. so funny.

Anonymous said...

after you sillies are finished entertaining yourself with another bashing against whomever you disagree with, why don't you skip on down to the picture show and see the "W" - maybe you'll learn something. i just love people who do nothing but bash others that are willing to put their life on the line for this country while remaining on the sidelines contributing nothing of any substance to society, except maybe eating plant material or driving a hybrid. bla, bla, bla xyz generation...

Anonymous said...

Sarah Palin, "putting her life on the line."

Bravely shooting moose who threaten the nation...

Anonymous said...

whoever wins the election had better be able to friggin' kill a moose, so to speak - those people are insane over there and need to be brought into line with the rest of civilization. they have all the oil, and russia and china are not going to care if we run out.

Anonymous said...

uh, right.

That's just what the situation is.

a member of the xyz generation said...

In recent years I've asked my elder "W" generation members for their advice on how to help this country, and how to improve our future -- their answer: "Spend more, consume more. That's what keeps our economy and our culture going!" Seriously, I've had that exact advice (straight from the big W maybe?) delivered with a straight face from more than one respected parent/elder mentor to me.

Pretty disheartening advice, I decided. No, I haven't followed it - but I do enjoy our generation's opportunity for expanded conversation all over the internet now.

As blogs like this one have gained pertinence in recent years, I find myself encouraged that we do have a forum for sharing information, including voicing dissatisfaction with those we disagree with. I'm hoping to find better advice too.

So Anon 3:30 - what do you recommend -- that I go to the movies?