I like to make things on the computers. I also come up with business ideas that are worth at least five dollars. I sometimes think about what antelopes have been up to lately.
Definitely true facts that are 110% truthful. Good for trivia knowledge. For instance, did you know that every seven minutes, somebody jokingly proposes with an onion ring? How about the fact that 2% of caterpillars turn back into cocoons and have to try again? The more you know...
Animated cartoon shorts and comics with Justin Villanueva, featuring talking trees, starfish, Humpty Dumpty, stumble bees, sea urchins, and of course, Shoebear (the shoe that's also a bear).
Thousands of things to do when you're really bored. I made this site back in 2007 and I don't really know what to do with it but people still go to it so I keep it around.
Hundreds of ideas for things to draw. It's currently the most viewed page on RandomThingsToDo.com, and debatably the most useful.
Here's my own work-in-progress version of one of those Goosebumps inspired classics, except it's less scary and more dumb and tragic. I'm not good at self-advertising. There's a dog with a hat in it somewhere though.
How long after an earthquake is it okay to open a can of soda again? More beverage options to be added soon!
I'm not sure why I wrote these, but I did. This description is not a haiku. Haikus are 5-7-5 for syllables. This description is 10-9-11-14, so yeah.
Some ideas for if the Olympics ever decides to include silly games from childhood. It'd be fun to see Leapfrog and Musical Chairs pushed to the absolute limit of human capability.
What would it sound like to peek-a-boo a full room of babies at once? Wonder no more.
Here's an experimental "interactive experience" where you can spawn bananas to make a tower or a house or whatever you feel like. It's still early in development, if you can't tell.