Bizarre-O

Podcasting Evangelization

Even though Father Roderick Vonhögen is a priest in the Netherlands, his creative method of Catholic evangelization reaches worldwide audiences via a new technology known as [Podcasting](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Podcasting). In it, he delivers a radio-style show through the internet, where he comments about his travels in pseudo-audio tours, discusses music, hosts interviews, and catechizes about the Catholic Church. Check out his website, [CatholicInsider](http://www.catholicinsider.com/) for his nearly daily "broad"-cast, and check out a [brief introduction](http://www.rorate.com/podc Read more »

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Living on Dork Street

Many people are goofy, but for some, being a *dork* is simply a [street you live on](http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/04/18/dork.street.ap/index.html).

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Webster is expanding their vocabulary

Got a "wedgie"? So does [Webster's new edition](http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,150470,00.html). This word familiar to many a young man's vocabulary has finally gained linguistic integrity. Despite the universal consent that wedgies are painfully unpleasant, we can rest assured that the "powers that be" have finally acknowledged that they exist.

Expand your own vocabulary with Merriam-Webster's online [Word of the Day](http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/mwwod.pl).

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Baby Got Book

Apparently it's popular these days to take ridiculous rap songs of old and rewrite the lyrics to take on new, religious meaning... Check out [Baby Got Book](http://whiteboydj.com/babygotbook/index.html), the much-needed, tasteful remake of the original *Baby Got Back*. You'll love it.

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WLCo/WSVo/WLT

You think you've seen it all, but you have seen nothing until you've seen the [World's Largest Collection of the World's Smallest Versions of the World's Largest Things](http://www.worldslargestthings.com/)! Or, WLCo/WSVo/WLT, for short.

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Catholic Lounge Music

It's not often that the terms "church music" and "lounge lizard" intersect. Welcome to a world where two seemingly disparate concepts become one. This is the music of [Vatican III](http://www.thevaticaniii.com/).

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