|2001-12-01||tf20011201.jpg||Antique Anime Fire Engines!|
|2001-12-02||tf20011202.jpg||Huston, we have a whole truckload of problems...|
|2001-12-10||tf20011210.jpg||Okay... here we go!|
|2001-12-11||tf20011211.jpg||What? You thought electric cars would solve pollution?|
|2001-12-12||tf20011212.jpg||Once upon a time, I was riding my bike home from a play rehersal, late at night, in my role as The Modern Major General from 'The Pirates of Penzance' when I spilled over with a splat in the street. Imagine going to the emergency room to get stitches while you're wearing costume makeup...|
|2001-12-18||tf20011218.jpg||The Famous Fraulein Frauke! AKA FatCat of 'One Clown Short'|
|2001-12-19||tf20011219.jpg||Oxygen Pills - 21st Century Nanomedicine. Interesting little things. They convert carbon dioxide to oxygen via photosynthesis directly in the bloodstream, using the pH of blood to sence and monitor oxygenation. However, they don't use light as the power input, but radio waves transmitted as power. The 'Pill' portion of it is a microtransmitter that powers the nanites. The nanites break down after about 18-24 hours, shortly after the battery dies. The upside of it is that, basically, you don't have to breathe anything for 18 hours. Very useful for underwater exploration, and oxygenating patients. Most deep divers will actually go down with a tank load of argon to 'breathe' because not moving your lungs around gets to be kind of painful after a while, even if you don't need to. Argon, as an inert gas, prevents the oxygen from entering the lungs at toxic pressures, and prevents nitrogen from building up. Consequently, decompression times are fantastically reduced.|
|2001-12-20||tf20011220.jpg||Did any of you all wonder about that necklace?|
|2001-12-21||tf20011221.jpg||New Drunk Driving Lions!
20% less dangerous than Drunk Driving Sharks!
|2001-12-24||tf20011224.jpg||AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!! THEM! THEM! THEM!|
|2001-12-25||tf20011225.jpg||One little two little three drunken lions...|
|2001-12-26||tf20011226.jpg||Meet Jesus Cantu, the truck driving Chihuahua, with a full load of explosives. Eeep...?|
|2001-12-27||tf20011227.jpg||Rabbits. Gotta watch 'em!|