• Links to other sites, some brilliant, some deeply worrying.

 

A real life Jedi bloke!      http://kincharbamin.com/index.html

A brilliant hen website with a live hencam to watch the chuckies!      http://www.hencam.co.uk




A valve collector. Not plumbing valves, the ones in your old telly.   http://www.tubecollector.org/



A calculator collector. See your old school calculator, or the one the posh kid had which you lusted over.

http://www.albion.edu/mathcs/Mbollman/Calculators.html



This chap photographs and climbs telegraph poles with spiky home made climbing boots. An excellent site with approx 300 images of telegraph poles.

http://www.myinsulators.com/ukinsulators/index.htm



This is the Klingon language institute! If you like dressing up in a Mars bar forehead this is the site for you. (deeply worrying).

http://www.kli.org/



A Furby autopsy, and subsequent investigation into Furby's guts.

http://www.phobe.com/furby/auto1.html



Hacking Billy (big mouth) Bass!

http://bigmouth.here-n-there.com/



Power Tool drag racing!

http://www.powertooldragraces.com/



Unwise Microwave oven experiments (don't ask).

http://www.amasci.com/weird/microexp.html



This interesting site shows you how to calculate your stardate! It's always handy for including in your emails if you are Captain of a starship.

http://trimboli.name/stardate/



The Scalextric Drivers Association. Ahh, British geeks. Best in the world.

http://www.nscc.co.uk



People who have built replicas of Mad Max's interceptor. Brilliant. Still my favourite movie car.

http://www.lastinterceptor.com/ReplicaStats/PursuitSpecial/



This is where you buy Star-Trek costumes. The site says they have completely sold out of the series 1 uniforms. That's very worrying. Who the hell buys this stuff?

http://www.nightmarefactory.com/trek.html#contact