weekly dose of badass
i couldn't find my name so i'd venture to say that this is "The Incomplete List" but it's still worth a look. read the damn thing you stumblebums...
Biographies of various dominant historical figures, such as Alexander, Hannibal, Joan of Arc, etc, written from the point of view of some slacker dude admiring how "badass" all these people are. It's actually quite funny sometimes.
These bios probably should be required reading in primary school, particularly the one about Harriet Tubman (much more gripping than the dreck that appeared in the little blue boxes in the margins of the textbooks of my day). However, since they contain the "f-word," that probably won't happen.
If you like stories told in a unique way, visit this page - I promise you will find one that tickles your funnybone. Just remember to read this with an open mind.
From the page: "The Hall of Badassitude"
Thanks "WasChabad." This is one Badass list of "Badasses!"
Alternative writing style (part Spike TV, part comedic) covers a range of history's people of merit. Overall effect is generally humorous and covers names you know and probably a few you don't.
Good site, great idea, hooooorible writing style. Obsessive references to genitalia and copulation. Trying to turn every event into a scene from a bad action movie... truly painful to read. Clean up the language and it could be a great site.
This guy sometimes writes like Ted Nugent talks, but this is a great list.
A page from a guy who reads wikipedia, copypastes and adds the word "fuck" every other line. That's creativity, if I've ever seen it.
The Hall of Badassitude