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Tag Archives: humor
Andy pointed me to a pretty amusing video: the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) rap. If your favorite FoxTrot character is Jason, you’ll probably love this!
Remember the highly slanted article in the Wall Street Journal, Three Martini Renovation? A lot of people were pretty upset with the author for hoodwinking them into contributing to her preconceived piece. But the timing worked out pretty well–since the … Continue reading
Oh. My. God! Hat tip to acetylene for this Elizabethan-flavored “Who’s on first?” I laughed so hard I almost threw up!
Andy left a hardcopy of the W.W.G.W.B.D.? flowchart on my desk the other day. It was so hilarious that I had to share it with everybody!
This is hilarious! Store Wars Thanks for the reminder, Misty!
I saw a great bumper sticker yesterday: At least in Vietnam, Bush had an exit strategy Back in the 60′s and 70′s, joining the National Guard was the “honorable” way to keep your privileged butt from being sent into a … Continue reading
Wil Shipley writes some interesting stuff in his blog, but something in this post just cracked me up: Google employees are the Kobe Beef of computer programmers (because Google is made up of a bunch of well-massaged, well-fed, lovable computer … Continue reading
Apparently the Joint Chiefs of Staff object to this cartoon: Perhaps they didn’t bother to read the name on the end of the bed, “U.S. ARMY”. Obviously this isn’t intended to represent a maimed veteran; rather, it’s a reflection on … Continue reading
Normally I couldn’t care less about major media sport events. The only reason I know the date of the Superbowl is: It’s the best day to go skiing (because everybody’s in the lodge watching the game, the slopes are practically … Continue reading