Monday, December 31, 2007

Shpoon Fight

- S-Cargo

Kids Need to be More Careful

I don't think these children's parents should be supporting this kind of behavior at that age.

- S-Cargo

Saturday, December 29, 2007

Kobayashi Retires From Eating

Kobayashi Retires From Eating

The Onion

Kobayashi Retires From Eating

NAGANO, JAPAN—Mere hours after eating what he claims to be his "farewell meal" Tuesday, longtime competitive consumer of comestible goods Takeru Kobayashi formally announced that, after a career that has spanned nearly his entire lifetime,...

The Nathan's hot dog eating champion retires from eating for good.

Thursday, December 27, 2007

The OCast

For those of you who have not heard, we at the Ostrich Blog have been working on a podcast. It has finally arrived. The O-Cast is available for download through iTunes. We hope it will soon be available in through the iTunes store--not to be confused with the "O-Cast" on iTunes. For now those of you using iTunes can access the podcast by opening iTunes, clicking "Advanced" along the top of the window for those of you using windows and for those of you using a Mac, "Advanced" can be found in the menu bar. Choose "subscribe to podcast" (This does not cost any money--it is free of charge) and enter the following URL (feed://" The podcast will automatically download. Please tell your friends and have them subscribe too.

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

How Many 5 year Olds Could You Take on in a Fight

This is a really cool and slightly disturbing site. How many can you take on?


Find a Sonography school near you

What can I say? Ostrich Bloggers are not to be messed with.


Monday, December 24, 2007

Accident By Car

Last night at the top of the 10 o'clock news on ABC last night, a car crashed into the Chicago studio only a few yards from the anchor who was "On Air." There is some suspicion of the accident being intentional. An accident, or an assassination attempt?

God Save the Queen (YouTube Style)

The British Monarch has launched a new YouTube Channel. *THE ROYAL CHANNEL* The channel is already populated with all sorts of videos about the monarchy, including the wedding of the Queen Mother in the 1920s. The video on the homepage is the Queen broadcasting the first television broadcasting of the annual Christmas Address from 1957. I must say that it is quite interesting. The Queen likes poetry. See it posted below for your viewing pleasure.


Saturday, December 22, 2007

Evil Master Plan-98

Evil Genius Gates Drops Windows 98 Into NYC Water Supply

The Onion

Evil Genius Gates Drops Windows 98 Into NYC Water Supply

NEW YORK—Determined to circumvent Justice Department action forestalling the release of his powerful new operating system, Microsoft CEO and evil genius Bill Gates dropped Windows 98, coded into liquid form, into New York City's water supply sometime this past weekend.

(Us here at the Ostrich Blog new there was something corrupt with the operating system prior to this article)

- A-Fox

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Fun Addicting Games

You have to closely focus to do well.

Find the difference between the pictures (very hard)

Click here!

Maze Game

More Flash Games Cartoons Videos at

-Very welcome for this post,
A-Fox and S-Cargo

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (Repost)

Sorry about this repost, the original video was lost so a new one was found.


A New Take on the Piano

Did you know this is a melodica. You blow through it and play a series of piano like buttons.

- F-Cat


But it isn't just a toy, versions of professional melodicas are displayed below

(sorry about making you turn your head)

Signing out, (and for all you Danger Hiptop users, Au revoir)

What Did the Chicken Do to You?

That boy wasn't quite nice to the chicken. The chicken clearly shows its disapproval.


Tie Him to the Drink Cart

Wonder what's spooked him. I'd like to fly air canada.


Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Ladders Are For Losers Who Can't Juggle


An assassination attempt?


Trick-shot Pool

Something seems odd about that curve......

(courtesy of S-Cargo)


Bush Makes Surprise Visit To Work

The Onion

Bush Makes Surprise Visit To Work

WASHINGTON, DC— Dressed in a special suit-and-tie uniform, Bush entered the East Room at about 3:30 p.m. and greeted an enthusiastic crowd of staff members.

Really? To our White House?

- A-Fox

How to Cheat

How to Cheat At School... Professionally Learn how to make the coolest and most professional cheat sheet ever. MacGyver would be proud.

- T-Lark (new freelance blogger)

Tuesday, December 11, 2007


My first post,

(S-Cargo is our new, qualified, freelance blogger. We would like to welcome him to the Ostrich family)

Saturday, December 8, 2007

104 West 14th (14th and 9th)

Im finally here! OOh boy O!! The 3rd Apple store on the Island of Manhattan. It has 3 floors of all things Apple. It is really amazing. This ranks up there with some of the best apple stores I've been to including the one at Regent Street in London and the 5th avenue Apple Store (5th and 59th). Please see the pics below.

I'm out ,

Tuesday, December 4, 2007


Well, it is december once again. Here at the Ostrich Blog we are prepared for all of the holidays of December. We all know of Hanukah and Christmas but there are other, less known holidays that deserve observance:

December 1-7 Cookie Cutter Week

December 4 (at night)-11 (at night) Hanukah

December 8-19 Operation Santa Paws Week

December 1 Rosa Parks Day (anniversary of Park's 1955 arrest)

December 1 National Pie Day

December 1 Eat a Red Apple Day

December 2 National Fritters Day

December 2 First artificial heart transplant (1982)

December 2 National Roof-Over-Your-Head Day (to focus attention on homeless)

December 3 International Day of Disabled Persons

December 4 Wear Brown Shoes Day

December 5 Repeal Prohibition Day

December 5 Mozart's Birthday (born in 1756)

December 5 Bathtub Party Day

December 5 Birth Anniversary of Walt Disney (1901-1967)

December 6 National Gazpacho Day

December 6 National Mitten Tree Day

December 6 Thomas Edison's first sound recording

December 7 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day (1941)

December 7 National Cotton Candy Day

December 7 Delaware became first state to ratify the Constitution

December 9 National Pastry Day

December 10 Nobel Peace Prizes awarded

December 10 Festival For the Soul of Dead Whales

December 11 National Noodle Ring Day

December 11 Day of the Horse

December 12 National Ding-A-Ling Day

December 12 Poinsettia Day

December 13 Ice Cream Day

December 13 Violins Day

December 14 Tell Someone They're Doing a Good Job Day

December 15 Bill of Rights ratified (1791)

December 15 National Lemon Cupcake Day

December 15 National Firefighters Day

December 15 "Gone With the Wind" premiered (1939)

December 16 Boston Tea Party (1773)

December 16 Beethoven's Birthday (born in 1770)

December 16 National Chocolate Covered Anything Day

December 17 Wright Brother's Day

December 17 Underdog Day

December 17 National Maple Syrup Day

December 18 13th Amendment, abolishing slavery (1865)

December 19 Oatmeal Muffin Day

December 20 Games Day

December 20 Winter Solstice

December 21 National Flashlight Day

December 21 National French Fried Shrimp Day

December 21 National Hamburger Day

December 23 National Roots Day

December 24 National Eggnog Day

December 24 Anniversary of Silent Night (1818)

December 24 Christmas Eve

December 25 Christmas Day

December 25 National Pumpkin Pie Day

December 26 National Whiners Day

December 27 National Fruitcake Day

December 28 Card Playing Day

December 28 National Chocolate Day

December 28 Bairn Day (the unluckiest day of the year)

December 29 Pepper Pot Day

December 29 National Chocolate Day Again

December 31 Unlucky Day

December 31 New Years Eve

Happy holidays,