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Monthly Archives: July 2006

Holy Humping Hummers

Picked this up from BoingBoing, so I’m sure you’ve seen it already. I had to point to I Humped Your Hummer, though. This crap is just too strange, sometimes. There’s a couple in town that I’d like to get … well, forget it.

Here’s my favorite, right now.

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A Valid English Sentence

Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.
Really!

Capital Hill Cowbell

It looks like one of our Senators is looking for more cowbell. Senators Need More CowbellI can understand why. If anybody could use more cowbell, it would be them!

I’d Like To Know

What I really wonder about the whole “series of tubes” thing and Senator Ted Stevens is that “somebody” had to explain it, using that analogy, to him. Who explained how the internet works to Ted Stevens? That’s what I’d like to know.

Microsoft and Yahoo Connect

Microsoft and Yahoo’s instant messengers can now talk to each other. I downloaded the new beta from Yahoo, since I never use MSN. After installing, I realized that I ended up spamming about 600 people, without meaning to. No need to accept the invitation, if you received one. I’m going to be repeating this, a lot, today.

I Had NEVER Heard About This

I’ve learned a lot about history, historic events, and such, but never in my life have I ever heard about a B-25 that crached into the Empire State Building, at about 10:00am on Saturday, July 28, 1945.
This is truly “Damn Interesting”!

Bombs Away in Minneapolis

Somebody throws a homemade bomb over a chain link fence into a police parking lot. Four vehicles are damaged. The sound of this news release makes it sound like they’re just writing it off as a case of “boys will be boys”, and they think this is an isolated incident. Maybe it is an isolated incident, but the least they could do is say that their video cameras caught something, or that they have some leads on who might have done this.

With the state of security measures in this day and age, something smells funny, here.