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Well.. from one lode to another...

I happened across your website after doing a search of my last name to see what I could find. Here you are.


Theresa aka t
- Tuesday, September 05, 2006 at 12:52:49 (MDT)
I'd like to differ with Lon's opinion of what the IBM graphics card is. It's not a Professional Graphics Controller - those only take up two slots, and the middle card in a PGC is half-length. It looks more like the display subsystem from one of IBM's 3270-compatible PCs - those had one board for text mode, one for graphics mode, and one for redefinable characters, all full-length, and all joined together at the top only. You can see dismantled pictures of both sorts at my website.
As far as I know, the two could coexist, so you could end up with five slots of your PC filled with video cards.

John Elliott
- Sunday, August 27, 2006 at 15:59:05 (MDT)
I saw your pics of the super high-end IBM display card from 1985 that used 3 full slots and also curious on it's performance. Heres what I dug up.

Introduced in 1984, and obsoleted by 1987, the Professional Graphics Controller (often called "Professional Graphics Adapter" and sometimes "Professional Graphics Array") offered slightly higher resolution and color depth than the EGA, up to 640 x 480 and 256 colours at 60 frames/second. It was intended for the computer-aided design market and included 320 kB of display RAM and an on-board microprocessor, which gave it the ability to do 3D rotation and clipping of images. While never widespread in consumer-class personal computers. US$4,290

gr8 site you have

Lon <mymailpale@gmail-com>
- Saturday, July 22, 2006 at 19:07:03 (MDT)
I really enjoy looking at pictures of your server room and all of your servers, it really is amazin. I've got a small network and its growing it consists of a suse 9.2 Linux box for database and sql server a windows server box running apache, it also acts as a terminal server aswell using VNC and putty and ive got another linux box running apache which i use to access files stored on it, ive got a cisco router as a gateway i'm not sure of the number. your network inspires me and i hope to have my network grow that large.
MIke <>
fl - Wednesday, July 19, 2006 at 20:08:32 (MDT)
Always thought my name unique, hard to live with in USA. Check out (tyrbolift). We have much in common (besides name).
Trygve <>
- Friday, July 07, 2006 at 10:41:47 (MDT)
Thanks for the laughs!
Aunty Em
- Monday, May 29, 2006 at 10:26:39 (MDT)'s barely dressed as it is.
Cynnie <>
Rio Grande, pr - Saturday, May 27, 2006 at 16:10:48 (MDT)
I'm a tank! I am probably twice your size! I eat trucks and spit on little horses! My name is James, join the PAIN TRAIN! James 'play the game' Hennin
James "you are miniscule" Hennin!
- Wednesday, May 03, 2006 at 20:51:41 (MDT)
TX - Monday, May 01, 2006 at 08:04:01 (MDT)
Congrats on Wendy moving in! Now, if you can just break her of that Gor habit... well, having a movie star for an SO should elevate her self-esteem past any such need.
Nosy Smurf
- Tuesday, April 18, 2006 at 20:17:52 (MDT)
I gather congratulations are in order. :) I hope you both will be deliriously happy!
On a Moor, somewhere in . . . , - Friday, April 14, 2006 at 16:28:45 (MDT)
Dude. You're weird. I like it.

- Thursday, April 06, 2006 at 09:40:12 (MDT)
Hi, we had to do research for one of my classes in college and I found your site. It rocks! Wow, how did you do all of it? My secret code 67UUhYtg39 :)
Josef <Josef>
Moskow, - Wednesday, April 05, 2006 at 19:27:13 (MDT)
For sexually explicit punctuation, see the movie "me and you and everyone we know." Has to be the best use of ascii art in a movie, primarily because, you know, they don't usually use ascii art of any kind.
Annette <>
Denver, CO - Saturday, March 25, 2006 at 19:51:40 (MST)
Hello Mr. Trygve... I´m really impressed by your fullfilling webpage... Some of my friends and I are wondering if you have some kind of fan-club?? We can´t seem to find it on the page...

Best regards from Denmark

Anne Louise
- Tuesday, March 07, 2006 at 04:24:19 (MST)
Supremely readable, it comes complete with the correct coloured hair. However, I see no signs of fat or music, nor any attempt to mix the two. You had best be careful - intelligence and critical thinking is not highly thought of by the fools who run the world. However, lots of weight-lifting, sweat and grunting is always good cover. My approach is a patina of indefineable shabbiness and a beard (the correct colour). Cigarettes can be included for dramatic impact.

And here's a question: why do cinema bad guys so often look muscular ? Does the evil Dr Oevak (try it in german) interrupt his regular 11 am pigeon-smearing session with the president/ Oz prime minister) (name any local bad guy or bore here) to go to the gym and lift weights, car axles, lead pianos, etc.

And how on earth can Kingufuckinglar or Microsnot or any of those other money-crazed alleged life-forms possibly hope to patent things that already exist ? Under Australian patent law at least, an invention has to be new, and contain no "prior art". Surely any piece of DNA that has existed for several million years, or a way of expressing emotions via punctuation used by millions of escaped norwegian body-builders or miscellaneous teenagers (who should be studying the prose and spelling of the ENBB)
- (curse these tiny boxes - I forget the early part of my sentences) - how can those proto-reptiles from the commercial world patent anything that has been proven to exist in great profusion ?

I suppose that if one absolutely must live in America, then Colorado would be preferrable. It does, after all, have mountains.

On the subject of world war: in the interests of a secular and non-racist world, I think that the next world war should be between tea drinkers and coffee drinkers. On one side we would have England, China, India, Russia and half of Australia, and on the other we would have the USA, the Arab states, and most of the other players. The Swiss would be neutral as they drink hot chocolate and eat wristwatches, and the third world would be generally confused and ignored as they aren't rich enough to afford all the latest laser-guided whatnots. And secure in the knowledge that no person was being unjustly discriminated against, we could all kill each other with great abandon, and even more easily ignore any environmental catastrophes that are charging towards us wearing fourescent eye-shadow and exploding underwear.

Lunch over, I depart. Feel free to send some words back.
Doesn't really matter.

Alan (No laughing)

dishevelment - Tuesday, February 14, 2006 at 18:46:27 (MST)
Your page is great!!! Congratulations from this distant shores!!!!!!!!
Mariela <>
Mendoza, - Tuesday, February 14, 2006 at 01:14:18 (MST)
Why bother dissecting a barbie.... just two mmore letters than "babe" after all...... you could have saved money and done an x-reay and that would have shown you she was empty inside anyway.... poor bandsaw.
Tanja <>
- Tuesday, February 07, 2006 at 04:14:06 (MST)
I can image it now ... a giant, grinding, gyrating Santa.

Happy New Year, by the way.

TX - Tuesday, January 03, 2006 at 00:10:41 (MST)
Greetings from... Romania. Yeah, that's in Eastern Europe, altough it's not former USSR.

I laughed and I enjoyed the Santa Claus fugitive. I was a little envious, as I am writer. I liked you. Sorry, just your mind, not your body, but is nice you take care of it. Well done :)

Heterodina <>
- Tuesday, December 06, 2005 at 14:16:40 (MST)
I stumbled onto your site by accident. Very interesting in every way. What struck me the most was your network of computers and servers. I myself have multible networks, computers,and electronic equipment in my garage that I use for all kinds of hobbies like you. I've been to the extent of having a projector hooked into one computer that has a 12 x 26 ft sceen with a 250 watt pa system for audio. It's used for when I want to get into some serious computer gaming, or watching sports, movies or MTV. That's just one of the crazy things. One of your pictures looks like one side of my garage, then on the other hand, some people say my garage looks like NASA. I think when I stumbled on to your site, it told me I had met my match. You have many interest like me and a awesome website. Keep up with all you do.
Steve H <>
Northport, FL - Friday, November 25, 2005 at 19:51:36 (MST)
You just killed my Idol. I feel as let down now, as I did when I found out Brad left Jen for Angelina.
(Actually not that shallow-but damn-it, I'm Barbie for Halloween)
Why don't you make your next project ken...... find out if he's got anything worthwhile other than his Corvette.
- Meg

Megan <>
Chicago, il - Sunday, October 30, 2005 at 22:46:17 (MST)
No comments. Well done.

This makes speechless with surprise. Never knew that.

I was wondering what you think of kettlebell training. I picked up a book on becoming a femme fatale thur that by Pavel Tsatsouline.....
amy <>
Dream - Monday, October 17, 2005 at 04:31:37 (MDT)
I found your site surfing. I love it. Great fun. I liked the definition of love. One of my JettasMark's Cards reads:

Webster says that love is: 1v intense affectionate concern 2n a zero in tennis
here's the true meaning of love you won't find in any dictionary :inside the card I write:

Love is a godamn (excuse my cursing) fucking twist of fate, that ravages the soul, warps the mind and totally cripples you for future relationsships. Have I mentioned I love you?

Typical of my humour - sweet and silly on the outside just slightly sarcastic on the inside. People who can understand me with my tongue inserted firmly into my cheek get me. I show it only in written form normally, my mom taught me that I shouldn't stategically place sharp objects in another - including tongues. Not in polite company anyway.

Have an adventurous day and thanks for providing such an intrigueing site!

Amy Elle

Amy <>
Albuquerque, Dream - Monday, October 17, 2005 at 04:29:54 (MDT)
Wow, I think you should keep up the good work. ABA OWERRI GUYMAN.
LA, CA - Thursday, September 22, 2005 at 11:28:48 (MDT)
wow, awesome fossil site too! and i really dig your sense of humor!
WV - Friday, September 16, 2005 at 02:13:29 (MDT)
i found you craft stuff to be really cool,especially the chain mail section. i love making chainmail and other medieval pieces. it was very funny too!
Tatjana <>
WV - Friday, September 16, 2005 at 02:09:07 (MDT)
hola barbie es genial ok pero porfa n diciembre pongan en oferta la barbie embarazada que si la ponen en oferta yo la compro me encantanlas barbis
coloquenla EN CENTRO COMERCIAL EL SUPER CATIRE que queda en la limpia maracaibo estado zulia

karla saavedra <>
- Monday, September 12, 2005 at 08:54:24 (MDT)
Hi! Your multimedia section is great! I've downloaded all the mp3 musics, videos and so on. Thanks a lot!
Buharest, - - Sunday, August 28, 2005 at 16:24:45 (MDT)
Hi! I'm looking for good healthy recipes especially because I've started new life to get slim figure. But this section isn't too big. Right? Please add more good recipes for people like me. Thanks.
Marta B.
Rome, - Friday, August 19, 2005 at 08:10:56 (MDT)
Wow! You have so much info about fitness, weightlifting and bodybuilding. I'm a bodybuilder and was looking for in google exactly this stuff. Thanks!
Madrid, n/a - Tuesday, August 16, 2005 at 18:31:11 (MDT)
second try to contact apogee full range- arc sp1-roland 5- krell ksa100 janis sub proceed in storage in the states. great system it can resolve Piano- WAGNER- Bach organ- Santana i am wondering if i should sell -i may never hear the beast again!
jacik <>
Biarritz, - Thursday, August 11, 2005 at 09:34:22 (MDT)
I have the Full Range plus ARC PREAMP SP1,Roland Model 5, Krell KSA100 old one, Janis Sub, Proceed Player, in the states in storage. The sound is right on . It can resolve a piano, WAGNER is the best on this beast. Not selling just chatting! OR should i sell it. i may not hear it again. Perhaps someone would enjoy them. Their like family.
jacik <>
Biarritz, - Thursday, August 11, 2005 at 08:59:07 (MDT)
I was looking for some pictures of biceps peaks for my fitness forum and i found Beany..... Many bodybuilders in Norway have had a good time today because of you. (www. All the best from an old wooden house in south of Norway.... you made my day. Cecilie
Cecilie <>
Risør, - Wednesday, August 03, 2005 at 12:49:04 (MDT)
A "friend" sent me the link to the Visible Barbie Project. After wasting time there, I wandered aimlessy around your site. You are sucking up bandwidth with this crap. I've wasted precious time here and have lost a friend for sending me this link in the first place. I must tell others.
Oshkoshian <>
- Wednesday, August 03, 2005 at 11:02:51 (MDT)
I found your site when investigating whether was taken or not for one of my clients. I find you fascinating; it's just too bad I don't have time to be fascinated right now (too busy). I'll have to come back and be fascinated later.
Jerry Brown <>
Burbank, CA - Tuesday, May 24, 2005 at 10:49:44 (MDT)
While wandering web world,I ended up on your doorstep.And a doorstep into a great place too!
John <>
Portland, ME - Monday, May 23, 2005 at 17:15:31 (MDT)
You have a nice server room. I bet your electric bill is skyrocketing. heh I have my own server room at my home too. The address is If you get a default page or a page that protects the page from browsing, dont worry. I will upload something to it in a bit. I currently have 3 servers and its growing rapidly. I still got to save up for some battery backups. heh. Talk later
PA - Thursday, May 19, 2005 at 04:52:29 (MDT)
Stumbled on your site looking around for computer gear pics. I'd like to think that he who has the most toys wins... I hereby concede victory to you!
Johnson City, NY - Wednesday, May 04, 2005 at 19:02:59 (MDT)
I first found your site while working at Caltech in Pasadena, CA -- I think it was the furbeowulf bit... Anyway, thumbs up for running an interesting site in this giant plasticized flash enabled javascripted wasteland the Internet has become.
John Morris <>
Asheboro, NC - Tuesday, April 26, 2005 at 05:58:03 (MDT)
This is a thing unheard of! I thought I-me,me- was the only person who liked or had even heard of Just Rubarb Pie. (Strawberries are for sour cream and brown sugar. I thought everybody knew that!) Just the 'barbs, ma'am, just the barbs.
- Thursday, March 31, 2005 at 05:07:39 (MST)
Good gawd, someone has used my identity. :/
Julia <>
San Antonio, TX - Friday, March 18, 2005 at 00:21:21 (MST)
Kul side! Vennligs legg meg til lista! :oD
Trygve Johan Solheim <>
- Monday, March 14, 2005 at 13:40:00 (MST)
Happy Birthday!
Julia <>
San Antonio, TX - Friday, February 04, 2005 at 15:00:55 (MST)
Where can we find a list of movies? That you and the others have been associated with, and where can we purchase these movies? I love the Action on the Asgard Entertainment site. That you Mark and Michelle grove have put into your work. Dragaon and the Hawk was really very good. Thanks Camran
Camran <>
OH - Thursday, February 03, 2005 at 11:11:14 (MST)
Keto bars and what do do with them -- I would imagine they would make lovely decorated not-gingerbread cottages.
- Tuesday, January 04, 2005 at 14:33:11 (MST)
Merry Christmas.
Julia <>
TX - Sunday, December 26, 2004 at 23:21:47 (MST)
Are you sure those are deer on this page:

They look very similar to elk to me. Good site though. I found it on the network computing website.

Steve Richards <>
- Monday, December 20, 2004 at 11:03:40 (MST)
Yes, I admit it... I was checking the web to see if anyone actually had made a web page of my name... and I found your great site. But what IS IT REALLY ABOUT?!? Life, I guess. Anyway, hilarious and so clever, keep it up, I will be checking back...
Oslo, - Friday, December 03, 2004 at 14:19:40 (MST)
I think I'm in love... with your furniture! I also thank you for the wallpaper pics, and quite a few laughs. Now, can you give me some tips on turning my Tractor Boy SO into a nice Evil Genius like you?
Frost <>
Laramie, WY - Friday, November 19, 2004 at 11:46:58 (MST)
Trygve - It's been a while since I was here last, and I must admit I was hoping that there would be more updates since my last visit (it's probably been almost a year...) I'd love to see more content, especially about the treehouse - I must admit that I've read your info regarding the server room every time I've visited the site, as well as looked through the images - quite a fantastic place you have there... So, keep us up to date, eh?
James Skemp <homeofjrs[at]eml[dot]cc>
Madison, WI - Saturday, November 13, 2004 at 23:15:21 (MST)
What a wonderful site. Nice to see a website as unique as the person behind it.
JennXor <>
- Monday, November 01, 2004 at 08:28:22 (MST)
This web page is intresting! i didnt see
any Generic Content which is good.

Timothy <>
Catawba, CI - Monday, October 25, 2004 at 18:15:00 (MDT)
the worst frase to start a book with is "atchoom !"
- Sunday, October 24, 2004 at 18:22:49 (MDT)
I've crossed from highschool to college, but I still visit your site regularly. I wonder how cool the weather is getting at the Tree House.
Julia <>
TX US - Monday, October 18, 2004 at 03:37:19 (MDT)
This site is exceptional, a very valuable resource for someone like myself who doesn't have a lot of experience with buying computer related items but still wants the BEST DEAL.

- Friday, August 06, 2004 at 08:36:52 (MDT)
Hi, I enjoy your site immensely and check on it pretty often. I don't even remember how I came to this site a year ago, but I appreciate your work. Keep it up, Trygve!
Julia <>
- Wednesday, July 07, 2004 at 23:02:26 (MDT)
Sitting at the treetop, enjoying your tree house ... What a wonderful waste of time! I'm missing my trout fish pond in Blue Ridge mountains of North Georgia. And I'm lucky to visit this site today.

Georgia Dillard

Dillard Georgia
Atlanta, - Thursday, May 27, 2004 at 00:51:18 (MDT)
I, being a pioneer in the field that used human sections to determine images--untrasound, see some of the problems with your research "model", so to speak.

First, the temperature of your cryogenic chamber is suspect. Did you test the peas and carrots to see if they shattered? Was it cold enough, in other words. This is called the Gallagher Test. You may want to replace the cooling agent in the chamber with another. Be careful, though, some freesing gasses, if inhaled, are fatal. Oops.

Also your planing instrument is too thick. When it vibrates, it is more than 1mm. How can you cut slices with a tome as thick as the slice? Maybe a titanium wire would be better. Practice on practice plastic, since its crystalline stucture is far different that that of a human, which is, after all, mostly water. Furthermore, the heat of the tome will cause some melting and resistance, thus the ridges you see on the plastic.

Good luck on future work. I am interested in seeing how you do. Although I personally feel the world will benefit more from coronal sections of Barbie than from transverse ones.

Mystical regards,

Carrie the Oracle

Carrie the Oracle <>
- Saturday, May 15, 2004 at 10:28:56 (MDT)
i love it, i am just impressed!
- Thursday, May 06, 2004 at 09:55:25 (MDT)
Hey man just had a quick look over your site and must say I`m impressed with the super computer and the handy hints for yougurt lids and inner tubes and will definately be back to read more of the site information when the time factor allows me to, totally fascinating feat of building!!!
steve (nick_kerzov) cree <>
Dundee, - Friday, April 16, 2004 at 15:12:05 (MDT)
I need to know something about astronomy and see some pictures of the different types of stars and moons.ThankYou very much for allm your help!!
Naytasha Moore <>
Detroit, MI - Monday, April 12, 2004 at 13:11:11 (MDT)
Hum I was searching of some pictures of Arriflex canmeras and finally came here... you guys are some way cool, crazy, funny... and I thought I was crazy!
BTW the treehouse reminds me very much of my brother's house... he's working as an artist asell, since years, but he build it by himself and it's just - yeah as creative as yours I guess! *lol*


R-LC <>
Berlin, - Wednesday, March 31, 2004 at 16:45:07 (MST)
I had not seen your website for a very long time. Man, have you grown muscles or what! Wow!
Randall <>
- Sunday, February 29, 2004 at 16:47:24 (MST)
Heck with the poster. I want a live-size cardboard cut-out! We used to have a similar at a prior place of employment, but had to get rid of "him" because we would store him in the shower and it scared our housekeeper at night. His name was Bob. I MiSS Bob!
lojo <>
SLC, - Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 07:47:28 (MST)
I really liked seeing your treehouse and reading all the stuff you have written. Your writing is so funny and it cheered me up after a long day. Thanks. I moved to Cali from Montana and so I love the Colorado Rockies and remember them oh so well from over the border. :) thanks a bunch man. Enjoy the hols for sure.
cinderella <>
CA - Monday, November 24, 2003 at 00:54:35 (MST)
Wow! Who are you? I was looking for a gingerbread frosting and happened across your site. What karma. I think that the second graders of the world would benefit from a brief visit here. You are very multi-faceted. Gracias.
CA - Sunday, November 23, 2003 at 20:15:47 (MST)
Cool man, what do you do for a day job?
You certainly have many and varied interests!

Richard Whybrow <>
Melbourne, Vic - Thursday, November 20, 2003 at 04:29:33 (MST)
Come on, can't you come up with a use for those stinky Asian ladybugs? The moth kebabs are the best, although dissecting the abdomens without a scanning microscope does present problems.
Awi-Usdi <>
- Monday, October 13, 2003 at 18:24:58 (MDT)
1. Blowing up the actors is illegal, but then so is damaging a unit of currency.
2. Welcome to the internet! (about the nude Asian Trygvism)
3. I like the mountan guy look. Did you color all of your hair? My interest in this is
4. Billions of years in the future, eh? I suppose I'll have to wait awhile before promoting the "Dark Matters" bumper stickers :(



Niki Again
Haifa, - Friday, October 10, 2003 at 17:50:20 (MDT)
Hm.. this suerly is an odd fellow this Trygve (by any chance any Norwegian heritage?). Doing particle physics, looking like Sylvester Stalone (except the face obviously, that would have been an insult!), having every piece of computer HW ever made, been a movie star, and owning a.. hm... should I call it mansion with all the neccessary geek accessories.

Who in the name of the devil spawned this guy?! (or.. am I hitting the nail on the head when mentioning the devil?)

Anyway, kewl site with lots of good reading, keep up the good work!

- Tuesday, September 09, 2003 at 13:39:45 (MDT)
It has been awhile, and I'm glad to see you still have that brilliant sense of humor. July 13's blog entry is a classic.


Niki <>
Haifa, - Friday, July 18, 2003 at 05:35:47 (MDT)
If you hate Barbie or any other type of fashion doll, check out You gotta love the torture that these dolls get.
- Tuesday, July 15, 2003 at 11:07:07 (MDT)
Oh, yea. Can you send us a poster of yourself so we can put it up at our office? THanks in advance

The Vermin Crew

vermin again
- Saturday, July 05, 2003 at 18:24:00 (MDT)
hey man. i just wanna tell you you're like the coolest guy on earth.

The Vermin Crew

- Saturday, July 05, 2003 at 18:22:43 (MDT)
WoW, i like your site and...mostly i like your computers :)
Great job

Rome, - Thursday, June 26, 2003 at 12:25:40 (MDT)
I don't understand what your site is about. But I'm a Barbie doll / fashion doll fan. I think destroying the doll is not nice. Barbie is a fantasy play doll. She's not ment to be a icon, she was made so little girls can dream up, what they wanted to be. You can't do this to a toy. It's so wrong.
Adele <>
Brick, NJ - Thursday, June 19, 2003 at 19:55:33 (MDT)
I just read the 'visible barbie project' -- "Pink's Anatomy" -- classic...I laughed out loud (which is a rarity)...very thorough exam; I was impressed.
Philadelphia, PA - Tuesday, May 27, 2003 at 21:30:40 (MDT)
you've got mail! biggest fans. we have bought both the cd and dvd. we dont know about the rest of you fans but we definitely are interested in receiving our promised autographs. (pictures) we want both. preferably on the hot stuff picture. actually, one pic for each, and make it different. "dragon and the hawk" must be the most amazing movie. we are very excited to see it. about the previous barbie posting, yes, we also are fans of the barbie. yet this is for comedical purposes, and whatever the audience wants my dear, so please, no more postings. you're not wanted. we think you definitley could beat macgyver on a 1 on 1 match. you have replaced him on the backround of our computer. CONGRATULATIONS! WE LOVE YOU TRYGVE! XOXO (bigs hugs and kisses) thanks for the terms! you inspire be liked as much as you are!
Andrew, Brett, Marissa, and Melissa
- Friday, May 16, 2003 at 19:19:46 (MDT)
no bare depths here , they are completely out of human mind zone . too dangerous ,so just a general comment about the site , so here it is : man , you are simply hilarious .
- Friday, April 25, 2003 at 10:27:17 (MDT)
If you ever find this in your referrer logs: pictures of women painting their toenails
Heh...I caused it. Am trying to look for non pornographic pictures as reference for an art project but i keep getting bloody fetish porn sites on women urinating and licking each others toes :/

- Wednesday, February 12, 2003 at 02:49:07 (MST)
You have a nice server room. I bet your electric bill is skyrocketing. heh I have my own server room at my home too. The address is If you get a default page or a page that protects the page from browsing, dont worry. I will upload something to it in a bit. I currently have 3 servers and its growing rapidly. I still got to save up for some battery backups. heh. Talk later.
PA - Thursday, January 30, 2003 at 16:40:41 (MST)
I dont understand what you are doing to the poor doll. It's a barbie there is no need for it to be all torn apart I collect barbies and I think to website should BE BANNED!!
Michele <>
Sunrise, FL - Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at 20:34:47 (MST)
I just loved the whole thing about (GirlfriendXP).

That is one great peice of hardware....

Chris <>
Denver, co - Saturday, January 04, 2003 at 20:00:14 (MST)
Hmmm. Let's try that again with the full URL (including the http://).

BTW - I have put a link to you from www.Eagle-Wing.Net. I gave you a full page. This site is worth it!

Bob Morrisson <Eagle@Eagle-Wing.Net>
Wheaton, MD - Tuesday, December 03, 2002 at 00:44:19 (MST)
I didn't get much sleep last night. I was too busy reading the zany postings on this site, ROFL-PIP* We seem to share the same weird sense of humor. But that's a good thing.

You have done a terrific job of creating an entertaining Website without resorting to sex or crudity.

So, how do you pronounce "Trygve"? I would like to know so I can be better informed when I tell people about the site.

*That's Rolling on Floor Laughing - Peeing in Pants.

Bob Morrisson <Eagle@Eagle-Wing.Net>
Wheaton, MD - Tuesday, December 03, 2002 at 00:40:00 (MST)
hello, gerbil this is for you and the guy who looks like beastmaster: i will rule this pitiful planet. you can rule it when i have driven it to waste. or you can join me.
-the girl in the corn or

HE MAN the action figure (poser) <>
- Monday, September 23, 2002 at 08:35:59 (MDT)
depths of MY soul? heres the depths of someone elses soul: she is sitting next to me in a coffee shop with her mother. I have never met her before in my life. I know what she is thinking. She hates the wallpaper in this room. she wants to strip it off the wall using vinager dissolved in water with a touch of Tommy Hilfiger's Eu de Essence. That is too bad. I WOULD hate that smell. I can almost feel it smother me. into the depths of MY soul.
HEMAN action figure (poser) <>
Halagoi, FU - Monday, September 23, 2002 at 08:32:19 (MDT)

not to bad a site ma man. But I am definatley a little bit more strange that YOU.

I'm a TEAPOT *runs off screaming*


My name? You REALLY don't want to know... <God you think you want to know that either?>
Freaky-town, Freaaky-ville - Saturday, September 21, 2002 at 02:58:52 (MDT)
Trygve, you are one hell of a funny guy. However, it appears that you have a lot of free time on your hands. I suggest that you put that time to good use firming up your plans for world domination.

I, too, have set my sights on world domination. Join me, and together we shall rule the universe as pet and owner...

Cheesel the Wonder Gerbil
- Friday, September 20, 2002 at 15:36:10 (MDT)
I just surfed in and your page was very interesting for me.
Marc <>
Munich, Brandenburg - Saturday, September 14, 2002 at 08:55:44 (MDT)
I was searching for my old friend Karla (Cathryn Farnsworth) and stumbled across your site. I perused your journal before heading to the main page. You have a lot of interesting content.
Blessings, Donna

Colorado Springs, CO - Friday, September 13, 2002 at 20:17:29 (MDT)
This might seem to be a late report, but really it's just
the time difference. Yeah...that's the ticket.

To my knowledge, no blondes in chainmaille have come to
Carmel Center in the past week or so. This is odd because
of all places in Haifa, this is the most likely to contain
blondes in chainmaille, which we will now refer to as

My conclusion is that both of the people prone to Trygvism
in Israel were indeed raptured.

I did observe some pseudo-Trygvists sitting in a cafe', who
apparently thought that they could get by on iridescent
stretch shell tops. They were staring at the ceiling in a
way that is common, for people here who often dream of going
to the United States, but those of us who have read the
sacred tomes of the Unnatural Enquirer know what they were
really thinking.

Too bad for them. Iridescence was not enough to make the
returning savior's cut.

So as this time of tribulation begins, I shall gnash my
teeth therefore upon an apple such as unto mother Eve, and
await the coming of The Beast, hopefully around 6 pm.

Reporting from the Waffle House o' Scorpion Tailed Locustbabes

Kthulah <>
Haifa, - Monday, September 09, 2002 at 08:40:46 (MDT)
WTF... ur too trippy. love the site :)
- Sunday, September 01, 2002 at 19:01:47 (MDT)
Oh My God! This is the best site that I have ever stumbled over!
You are absoulty halarious!

Nny z?
- Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 23:25:52 (MDT)
I hate my life. Especially because of all the environmental
problems I am responsible for.

Keep in mind: Never put toxic waste into your swimmingpool!

And it wasn't my fault, that all the animals died in that damn
forest. I only wanted to kill that f**king bugs. I still can
feel them. They want to have there revenge. But I'm prepared!

Frankfurt/Oder, - Wednesday, August 28, 2002 at 03:16:17 (MDT)
Just 15 more days until the rapture...

If a group of people in chain maille and blonde wigs start
running through the streets here, I'm blaming you.

Fortunately, in this heat, they won't get far, even if the
rapture doesn't happen this time. There might be a faux
rapture from their being vaporized by running through the
towards Elijah's Cave, in such heavy clothes, but that's
not going to matter to the press.

They'll just see the charred ringlets and Kanekalon.

from Apocalypse Ground Zero

Kthulah <>
Haifa, - Thursday, August 22, 2002 at 16:05:51 (MDT)
Hey Trygve. I hope things are going well for you. I branched out into more work. I am now doing bodypainting here in Los Angeles. I work for productions, parties and various other events now. I see you have been up to a lil yourself. Email me sometime to let me know how things have been going.

Bryan aka NeoQuark

Ah, the days we were Vikings. Signed the Crusher

Bryan the bodypainter, eek!! <>
Hollywood, CA - Saturday, August 17, 2002 at 19:20:28 (MDT)
Please stop! You're killing me!
I can't code anymore! And I hate you for it!
kris anderson <>
- Saturday, August 10, 2002 at 05:42:11 (MDT)
For just rock. I've missed your posts on the forums and decided to try simply typing in to see what I got. I got you and I'm so glad. Your sense of humor is so highly evolved, it ain't serious. Simply put...thank you.
Winter <>
Charlestown, NH - Thursday, July 11, 2002 at 11:39:23 (MDT)
I like it a lot. I laughed several times.
Fernseher Preisvergleich
- Thursday, June 27, 2002 at 11:39:23 (MDT)
it's i don't know anythin' about this...keep on doin'what u r doin'....byeeee
bucharest, - Thursday, June 27, 2002 at 07:44:45 (MDT)
Ewwwwww!!!!!!! Gah-ROSS!!!!! People actually EAT that stuff?????
(Well, back in grade school when we read "Little House in the Big Woods," I always wondered what head cheese was... now I'm sorry I found out.... ;P )

me again
somwhere lost in space, - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 at 16:15:56 (MDT)
I had to return SCSI cable from because the poor quality, but I bought from has no problem. also i bought s video cable,and component video cable they are inexpensive and good.
Baobao <>
94588, ca - Monday, June 10, 2002 at 23:07:52 (MDT)
you are truly strange...this could be a good thing :) how did i get to your site anyway???

- Wednesday, May 22, 2002 at 17:50:37 (MDT)
- Sunday, May 12, 2002 at 02:09:25 (MDT)
(FIRST; WHAT IS A url? MY COMPUTER COMPANION LEFT THE COUNTRY YESTERDAY AND I AM ALL ALONE WITH MY NEW PUPPY. hER NAME IS PUPPY AND SHE IS A CAVALIER FULL OF FROLIC AND FUN. ) i GOT LONELY BEING ALONE LAST NIGHT SO i PUT ON ONE OF MY FAVORITE MONIES FROM jANUS fILMS: "sons of the desert" It is as funny as ever if you like Laurel and Hardy. I am a Son of The Desert for over 10 years now. Be well and try to concentrate on making more room for the happy stuff every day. Capn Pete
P Marco <>
- Friday, April 26, 2002 at 16:02:30 (MDT)
I popped in from (it did pull on the first page of a netcraft search for read*). Anyways, like all of these other people, I am amazed by the wealth of material you have so charitably presented here. You will (maybe you will, if you know what server logs are) see me again wandering around in here.
Phil <>
id - Monday, April 15, 2002 at 23:18:28 (MDT)
Ha! Your humor page was a riot. I especially liked the one about where to take your used motor oil!
Linda Germane <>
- Saturday, April 06, 2002 at 21:38:17 (MST)
Your stories were really funny, very good entertainment writing!
Laura Nordic <>
- Saturday, April 06, 2002 at 17:27:54 (MST)
I see that you have no sites under your Complain About It link, and I have one for you -
- Thursday, April 04, 2002 at 20:54:15 (MST)
Hey cool, you found a use for my grandma's old Underwood typewriter after all! (Or at least a digital pic of my grandma's old Underwood typewriter....)
around here somewhere...., - Friday, March 01, 2002 at 10:34:15 (MST)
wibble wibble,flub badgers minge in a fridge this is a fantastic site so full of modern angst,and yet not dull
the hooded hatstand
melbourne, vic - Sunday, February 24, 2002 at 23:11:58 (MST)
I stumbled across your site while looking for Fan-fic on the A-Team.
It was: A-Team -> MacGyver grudge -> match choc chip cookies. (I immediately stole the 'recipe')

Upon seeing the creator of this site I had to ask who was that hansom devil? And had to ask where do I get to meet you… Stanley?

I found the page on being a super-villain to be very funny. Thank you NOW I know where I have been going wrong all this time (I am writing a book... the idiots guide to overthrowing the government, or how to stage a revolution in ten easy steps)

I also really, REALLY do want a 'Stanley' Mr. Trygve. Do you know where I (and I live in Australia so it is pretty hard for me to go to a shop in the US or UK, oh and I don't have a credit card), can buy one? I have a bilby and a rabbit about the same size... I think.

By the way I 'stole' the pic of Stanley using the ‘mini mac ’ as well.

"If they give you ruled paper, write the other way."
-- Juan Raymon Jimenez
[fly leaf of Fahrenheit 451]

Ngaire <>
Brisbane, Qld - Sunday, February 10, 2002 at 18:01:45 (MST)
I don't usually leave commentary... but its not about me is it?

Was fascinated by the breadth and depth of your stuff and found solace that I was not the only one who spent thier youth at garage sales, swap meets and thrift stores.

Cool crib... carry on!

Kimo Akane <>
Honolulu, HI - Sunday, February 03, 2002 at 00:42:07 (MST)
Really enjoyed your site. I especially enjoyed the saga of moving Nyx. I too will be setting up an ISP within the next few months, and have heard the horror stories so I will be on the look out. And yes, I am serviced by Qwest as well ;-)
James Restucci <>
Sunnyside, Washington United States - Friday, February 01, 2002 at 04:34:50 (MST)
Gumby has been temporarily spared for now . In a stroke of Jungian synchronicity (is there any other kind?) I have managed to locate an unblemished(so they say) pair of Apogee Divas which I have bid on. So you will have to learn to live with your hair color variation (or go get the simplest remedy -Grecian Formula for Men and /or Superheros). I will keep you informed of my quest for the Holy Grail of Ribbon Drivers...
Dr. M. <>
Centerport, NY - Thursday, January 31, 2002 at 15:49:37 (MST)
I am pretty shallow, so there isn't much to bare here. Let me cut to the chase - I feel your obsession with audiophilia is a dangerous addiction that may very well lead to your succumbing to a fate worse than that which befell Barbie. My suggestion is that you take the advice of a medical professional (me) and relieve yourself of the guilt you must have as a result of possessing those Apogee Divas. These speakers have been found to have a magnetic field comparable to a Siemens MRI machine (okay, maybe one of their earlier versions). This magnetic field (over time) can adversely affect the color of your hair, rendering it a light shade of fuchsia. Surely, for someone who prides himself on his evil persona, fuchsia just won't do. My suggestion is that you sell me those speakers ( I don't have much hair so I have nothing to lose by standing near those speakers). Or better yet, simply donate these speakers to me so I can continue to do my highly regarded research in the field of psychoacoustics (with the emphasis on psycho). If I don't hear from you in 24 hours I might have to resort to something I never thought I would actually have to resort to. I haven't figured out what that is exactly yet, but I warn you... it will be, uh, something, do with a skill saw and Gumby...
Dr. M. <>
Centerport, NY - Wednesday, January 30, 2002 at 01:53:11 (MST)
Came across your website via the Visual Barbie project.
I can't believe the amount of content on this site!
I'll have to come back soon to check it all out!
Maybe you'd like to put a link to my website,
Women In Karate (
Keep up the good work, and I'll be back to continue sifting through all your entertainment.

Oh, and you've got a great house!

Angie V. <>
CO - Friday, January 25, 2002 at 13:17:57 (MST)
The whole site is simply amazing. Wow.
Steph <>
Gainesville, FL - Tuesday, January 15, 2002 at 22:21:33 (MST)
This site MUST be the product of more than one person, OR, one person with multiple personalities, OR, more than one person ALSO with multiple personalities, OR, one person, multiple personalties, many lives, extraordinary stimulants, AND unlimited time, OR one person/multi-person, manylives/stimulants, AND huge resources of many types, time, $, and intellect and imagination. whatever. LOVE IT!! Thanks man, s'funny.
Simple Simon, PyMan <>
Boston, MA - Saturday, January 12, 2002 at 18:21:39 (MST)
My Lawyers will be contacting you after Dec 25th.
Santa Clause
- Saturday, December 22, 2001 at 23:07:57 (MST)
Hey nice site, I like it. My only pleasure these days is to surf the web and sign guest books,
it takes my mind away from the constant bombing overhead.
What's this I hear now? It sounds
like gunfire, its' outside my door, the door is opening, it's ALMIGHTY ALLAH!

Osama binLaden <>
Cave 52, - Thursday, December 20, 2001 at 06:05:53 (MST)
I almost died laughing when reading your stories, great writing!
Jane Rice <>
- Monday, December 10, 2001 at 15:17:06 (MST)
I just wanted to say I nearly ****ed my kilt, from laughing so hard when I read the Visable Barbie / Girlfriend XP. This is definitly one of the best sites on the net..
Dustin B <>
near Detroit, mi - Friday, November 30, 2001 at 01:47:23 (MST)
Looking for popular culture sites for my tertiary students to visit - I found your and will direct them to it as an example of how to produce a fascinating account of one's life and sense of place and history in this medium. loved the Barbie experiment - that's where I started.

Adele Flood <>
Melbourne, - Tuesday, November 27, 2001 at 01:29:12 (MST)
Great site! I really like your recipes, i tried ALL of them in one sitting! ROCK ON DUDE!
Mr Bill
Austin, TX - Monday, November 26, 2001 at 22:48:50 (MST)
Very good site,really enjoyed my visit and reading your guestbook,I will call back soon to see if you have added anything new.Thank you.
Nicky O Donnell <>
Cork, n/a - Tuesday, November 20, 2001 at 08:12:32 (MST)
I stumbled onto your site this eve on one of my nightly dances across the web.
I spent a few hours here browsing around, and at times laughing quite insanely. =o)
It's wonderful, great job!
And you DO sorta look like Chairface Chippendale! You should have that costume made soon.

Gazzie <>
Wa - Tuesday, November 20, 2001 at 03:32:44 (MST)
Finally I found a site that offers tempting recipes other than lasagna and Sicilian eggplant!The moth one really attracts me,and to collect the number required I've bought an ultra-violet contraption from a Neapolitan street seller which claims should woo the moths inside and then sizzle them in a burst of light followed by a sinister "zap".My problem is to be able to collect them before they get zapped.Do you have any ideas?I would really appreciate some advice.Geisterjager
geisterjager <>
Florence, - Tuesday, November 06, 2001 at 20:46:25 (MST)
This is quite a site you have here! I especially like the sections dedicated to fitness and bodybuilding. Well done, Mr. Lode. If you ever need any servers, let us know, (or anything else).
dedicated servers
- Thursday, November 01, 2001 at 14:45:35 (MST)
simply brilliant,... want can we say more???? Keep up the good work!!
Insurance Malaysia
- Thursday, November 01, 2001 at 09:42:51 (MST)
Re: the lair: "Excellent. Muhahahaha." But it needs one thing: A PIPE ORGAN. Every evil villain needs a pipe organ somewhere, that you can go to and play evil-sounding pipe organ music and say, "muhahaha" whenever anyone enters the room. Also, your Evil Base TM needs a fleet of motorcycles with jumpjets on them, like in Delta Force. And lots of minions who ALWAYS wear motorcycle helmets painted red and black. With uzis and soviet-era bazookas.

Also NICE fkng HOUSE!!

Dark Goob <>
Portland, OR - Saturday, October 27, 2001 at 14:46:46 (MDT)
Really enjoy this site. Thank You.
New York, NY - Friday, October 26, 2001 at 02:13:35 (MDT)
Really cool site! Love the computer humor. And 'Jonny Highwaycone' was good too! Especially with *shiver* TREX having started. I think we're well on our way to having our state flower changed to a highway cone...
Keep up the good work on the site!

~Trinity RavenWing
Artist, wanna-be web designer

Trinity RavenWing <>
Denver, CO - Thursday, October 25, 2001 at 13:49:07 (MDT)
Brilliant! I love the way you have taken advantage of the common man's facination with becoming a villian and turned it to your advantage Making the villian poser into a subtle decoy to keep prying eyes away from the lairs of the true villains. Sheer brilliance. BTW where was your lair located again?
Intellectual Predator
Underground Seattle, Wa - Wednesday, October 24, 2001 at 11:36:34 (MDT)
Really witty site. Really enjoyed it.

I am, of course, impervious to bullets myself.


bluebus <>
- Tuesday, October 23, 2001 at 18:43:42 (MDT)
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just my type
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