Highlights from The Rubber Chicken’s Stolen Image Trickery series, in which we exact mild revenge on bloggers remotely hotlinking our pictures, with allegedly hilarious results.
A quick educational brief on the Magical World of Bandwidth! When I pay the US$60 per year required to host The Rubber Chicken, those expenses cover a certain amount of downloads from the page per month. When somebody posts an image from our webspace on another site or forum, that person is effectively stealing. Enter karma: it also means we have complete power over what appears on their side. We’ve tracked down two such offenders, thieving bandwidth like the filthy bandwidth thieves they are.
The classic Ninja Turtles series as it was meant to be seen.
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Bay Windows don’t always lead to the bay. Bay leaves don’t usually grow in or near bays. It is possible, however, that there could be a house near the bay, with a bay window, which has a pot of bay leaves sitting on the sill. (We could have involved Michael Bay or the Bay City Rollers here, but cooler heads prevailed.)