They imagine that this, combined with 1. carefully wrapping Sally Struthers in wire, and 2. burying her (alive or dead) within a fixed magnetic field would be enough to power any given third world country. Not that they are offering a bounty, or anything.
things they laugh at
Something dirty (?!), something tasteless
It may or may not be dirty in your mind, but they agree that Furniture Porn really nailed (ha! A triple entendre!) both the lighting and the dialogue. And on to the tasteless (yes, it’s a lateral move): Jesus Dress Up. Don’t forget the hate mail! Speaking of tasteless, often comes the thought to their… Continue reading Something dirty (?!), something tasteless
Yes, they know these are old.
Just when you thought that Douglas Adams was too far gone when he created the infocom game Bureaucracy, they take you back in time: Remember the lady in Baltimore who got sued by her cable ISP? How about the guy who actually cashed a junk mail check Some other juicy tales of legal horror can… Continue reading Yes, they know these are old.
Fun things to do with a body…
They want this. They just don’t want to be beta testing — as a matter of fact, they will wait for version 3.1 just to be sure it works as expected.
Stack of odd stuff
They have been sitting on most of this stuff for more time than they care to admit. You may have already read this one — it has even been written up in wired — but they are proud to have been among the first to pass it around amongst our circle of friends. What is… Continue reading Stack of odd stuff
Scientific Truth in Product Warning Labels
(Stolen Without Permission from Journal of anillegiblycopiedtitle)* WARNING: This product warps space and time in its vicinity. WARNING: This product attracts every other piece of matter in the Universe, including the products of other manufacturers, with a force proportional to the product of the masses and inversely proportional to the square of the** distance between… Continue reading Scientific Truth in Product Warning Labels
Another huge disclaimer
This article does not reflect the thoughts or opinions of either myself, my company, my friends, or my dog; don’t quote me on that; don’t quote me on anything; all rights reserved; you may distribute this article freely but you may not make a profit from it; terms are subject to change without notice; illustrations… Continue reading Another huge disclaimer
The World’s Most Powerful Meta-Disclaimer
All clauses of this disclaimer apply to the disclaimer itself, except for this first sentence. All other disclaimers that may be found on this site, or sites linked to herein, are obviously subsets of this disclaimer, invalid, illegal, or fattening. All metainformation, HTML tags, photographs, artwork, text, opinions, ideas, facts or factoids contained in this… Continue reading The World’s Most Powerful Meta-Disclaimer
If you’ve read all these, you’ll probably also enjoy this page. And this one. Dave Barry, a very cool and gracious and funny guy (hey, I’ve met him, and all three are true, dammit!) wrote an entire column about disclaimers — it is on this site. SNL also got it right with Happy Fun Ball.