Skip to comments.What are your favorite non-political websites (vanity)
Posted on 03/03/2010 9:41:42 AM PST by Notary Sojac
I can't focus on Obamacare, Iran, Wall Street bailouts, Democrat fiendishness and GOP wussiness 24-7; my brain would simply explode.
So I have other places I like to surf to from time to time. and I'd like to get suggestions from other Freepers.
Please post your favorites...if possible steer clear of hot button issues we see here on FR all the time (gun rights, abortion, immigration etc).
Here are some of my top sites:
If you have even a moderate interest in American history, you'll love this. Historic photos from the Civil War through the 1950's in stunning high resolution.
The Old Car Manual Project
If you are a car buff, and click this link, your productivity for the rest of the day will flatline. Don't say I didn't warn you!
This is IMO the funniest writing on the internet today. Great parodies, some a little political, but mostly poking fun at 21st century "intellectual" culture.
You may already know about this one. Great tips on how to optimize your computer, your laundry bin, and your retirement plan. If you want to start going Galt and reduce your Obama economy footprint, there are hundreds of spending-reduction suggestions to be found here.
My favorite webcomic. Mostly just plain funny, but about once a month, he comes through with a strip that really speaks to the Freeper worldview.
I’m a bit of a Facebook junkie and also enjoy YouTubing for various videos like those from Davids farm.
I love classic movies, so I go to imdb.com a lot.
I love Shorpy and Lifehacker.
I also like gadgets:
I love watching the libs over there on the Gawker blogs deal with not being able to post anymore envirotard crap due to the overwhelming number of comments about ClimateGate.
http://www.downloadsquad.com is a pretty decent blog for software news.
My favorite place to watch the globalwarmists slowly crack up is BoingBoing. The admins have totally drunk the Gore koolaid but every time they post an AGW article now, the responders (including me) rip it to bits.
I usually turn to humor
engrish.com - japanese/english mistranslations
somethingawful.com - (the photoshop tab)
peopleofwalmart.com - well, people of walmart
then again I like war-porn too
Radiolovers.com has hundreds of radio programs from the 40s and early 50s. It’s a great place to relax and let your imagination run free.
bump for home reading
My favorite day dreaming site - looking for islands to buy.
Check up on my property or just being nosy
Now in our tenth year. If you're into British cars, give us a look! (remember, though, we don't do politics at all!)
If you do join, send me (Basil) a PM and tell me you saw it on FR!