Do you need help that I can’t provide
(hard to believe, I know) or are you just bored and in need of something to
kill time? You've come to the right place! On this page, I've
compiled a list of the useful, the bizarre, the fun, and generally time-killing
sites that I thought were funny. Some very few are science oriented, and
most just cracked me up. Of course, if
you’d rather stick to the chemistry and go back to our main page, click here.
help with the book learnin’:
- My Chemistry Tutor: I don’t generally endorse other chemistry websites because I
have an enormously swollen ego and can’t stand for the attention to
be taken off of me for even a tiny fraction of a second. Unfortunately for me, this guy named Butler came up with
a website that even I have to admit is really awesome. If you want real-time chemistry help,
this is the place for you.
the Big Idea? Magazine: If you want to see what else Mr. Guch works
on when he’s not doing chemistry, check out this free magazine. Either viewable online or I’ll
send you a copy in the mail if you email me your address at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
- Basic Instructions: A
webcomic by the funniest dude around.
Definitely a must-visit!
- Whiteboard War: This
game is idiotic. And
addictive. And I love it!
of the Hamsters:
I like to play this while pretending to work.
- Mad Virus: If
you were a virus, how would you spread through the population? Practice your disease-spreading
- Homestar Runner:
Stupid fun for stupid people.
I’m a big fan and frequent visitor.
- Eric Conveys an Emotion: There's this guy named Eric who takes
requests to convey emotions on his webcam. I'll tell you this - Eric
is one heck of an actor.
- Crab Ball:
If you're very, very bored and want to kill some time, you can play
volleyball with a crab!
- The Cave of Magic: A dumb card trick that's very difficult
to figure out. (My wife had to explain it to me!)
- The Official Ninja
Webpage: Ever wonder what the deal was with ninjas?
Find out now!
- How Stuff Works: No, it's not demons that make your TV
work. It's magic! This and many other mysteries solved for
- Cyber Nations: A
nation simulation game where you get to make your own nation and grow it
over a long time. Lots of fun for
the whole family!
- Hex Empire: A much
shorter nation simulation game.
- Surviving the World:
I’m not sure how to describe it exactly. It’s a daily picture of a dude in
front of a blackboard telling people handy tips on life. Much better than my description makes it
Suggestions? Email them to me at email@example.com