Here's the most exotic animal named Buddy Lee that I've run across so far. He's an Asian Leopard Cat.
I did a little research and learned that Asian Leopard Cats are actually small, wild, jungle-dwelling cats that are bred to domestic cats to create the Bengal cat breed. This Buddy Lee might be more of a cat of action than most people can handle.
Several people have asked me where they can buy a Buddy Lee doll. As far as I can tell, the best place to find them is on eBay. If the dolls are too expensive (a lot of them are antiques), you might want to go with a bobblehead.
Ever wondered what's inside the base of the latest version of Apple's iMac? The Crazy Apple Rumors site offers this unusual theory:
Q: Now, I know I'm not supposed to do this because it'll void my warranty, but I really want to open up the base of my 2002 iMac! I mean, what's in there? Why all the secrecy? Why can't I open it?
A: If you were to open your iMac, skirting the many booby traps Apple has installed, you will find, surprisingly, nothing. Following up on the success of the fanless iMac, Apple decided to make an iMac without any components whatsoever. All you will see is one big honkin' Airport card that sends your commands back to Cupertino where they are processed on, again surprisingly, a Dell PC and then sent back for display on your screen.
Q: Wow! No way! Really?
A: No, no, not really. I totally made that up. What you would actually see is two pounds of Crisco and a picture of Buddy Lee, the loveable character from the Lee jeans commercials of the late 1990s.