If you were all the world they would link you

usb_robot_sex The FCC claims the right to enter any home in the United States, without a warrant, at any time — night or day. The assumes that you have WiFi Internet, a cell phone or a baby monitor.
Life “on the account,” as pirating was known, was often far more civilized than legitimate seamanship. cactus_penis
india_election_mustache This review of the new Honda hybrid is hilarious: “It’s terrible. Biblically terrible. Possibly the worst new car money can buy. It’s the first car I’ve ever considered crashing into a tree, on purpose, so I didn’t have to drive it any more.”
A man goes missing, so the police turn to his mobile phone operator — Verizon — to help locate him. Verizon refuses to help unless the police pay the man’s $20 phone bill. bump_ball
anti_smoking Need to know when you should be running for the toilets during a film? RunPee is here to help.
Bletchley Park is where the enigma code was cracked in WWII, and the birthplace of computing. Now the UK government is allowing it to fall into ruin. sand_art
hidden_cat A joke review on Amazon has prompted a torrent of similar reviews and a 2300% increase in sales for the item in question.
An artist wants to buy something. So she paints a picture of it … and sells it for the amount of money needed to buy the item in question. And then puts the photos on Flickr. good_morning_coffee

Also, the McDonald’s sign in Picadilly Circus is ingenius advertising:

The morning coffee: rain, spiders and electricity

Yesterday was day one with the Internet back and a reformatted laptop. Still today the Morning Coffee was nearly suspended due to a power outage. But the power is back, all is safe, and the coffee is on! Enjoy.

This morning’s news comes in children’s rhyme form:

The itsy-bitsy spider climbed up the water spout.
Down came the rain and washed the spider out.
Colorado’s water accountants accused the spider of stealing someone else’s rain,
So the spider fled to Tulsa and scared some banana buyers – hey!

We present the cactus couch, by pixadus:

You may have heard that the Sci Fi channel in the US is changing its name to “SyFy”. This blog entry presents some better options. My favourite? We’re Worried That You’re Still In Your Mom’s Basement Because That’s Not Really The Demographic We’re Looking For Channel.

Also: Blow-up sex dolls as fashion.

This morning’s webcomic is brought to you by Sinfest: