Couldn’t resist just one more — ideas are coming in from all around the world! (Last week was Flat Earth Week here at Randy’s Random. Scroll back using the navigation controls below, or jump to last Monday’s, Wednesday’s, and Friday’s.)
It’s Flat Earth Week at Randy’s Random. Also see Monday’s and Wednesday’s.
It’s Flat Earth Week at Randy’s Random. Also see Monday’s and Friday’s. If the Earth was flat, by now cats would have pushed everything off the edge.
It’s Flat Earth Week at Randy’s Random. See also Wednesday’s and Friday’s.
Yes, I know it’s an illustration, not a real photo: extra points if you know why that’s obvious! Also, if you don’t get it, 1) Shame on you! and 2) Read this right now.
This winter, Seattle was slammed with record-breaking snow — and now we know why! And there’s no arguing with the science. I thought of this a couple of years ago and finally got around to creating the meme …just in time for April Fools’ Day. 🙂
Over 2.25 billion cups of coffee are consumed in the world every day. 1 of 2 (see next)
Yeah, you saw everyone posting about the 49th anniversary of the first moon walk. Here’s something different. It was the first USPS “jumbo” commemorative airmail stamp, and you can’t get much faster than a rocket in space. The master printing die was taken to the moon on Apollo 11, and the crew canceled one test stamp … See the Meme
The full context of this quote, from my eulogy of Jerry in 1999: Jerry was a brilliant and uncompromising engineer. One of his strengths was keeping humans in the loop: It’s relatively easy to design a machine. It’s a lot harder to design it well so that it helps people, rather than get in their … See the Meme
If you didn’t already know: René Descartes (1596-1650), Isaac Newton (1642-1726), Albert Einstein (1879-1955), and Stephen Hawking (1942-2018). (Hat Tip to buddy and STEM teacher John McKinnon.) OK, Per My Mail, a lot of you don’t get this one, even with the “not even once!” and “Satire” category hints. I think that’s a sign that my … See the Meme