Seriously: have you seen how some people drive? You want them flying near you? Let’s keep cars on the ground …and I’ll take one of these!
Meanwhile, Education is mostly stuck in the era of “Grapes of Wrath”.
OK, here you go: a religious theme this year for those who thought last year’s Easter meme was irreverent. You can hardly expect me to let an Easter April Fools Day go by without a post! (Photo: Charlton Heston in The Ten Commandments — Paramount Pictures, 1956, when the world was still black & white.)
It … could … work! Bonus: all that alcohol from his copious martini consumption will ensure full combustion. Just a little thought that came to me when looking at the output on the system on our house….
Of course, that’s why I prefer In ‘n’ Out.
“Why can’t people just do as they’re told?!” Maybe because you don’t even listen to yourself? (And yes, this is absolutely real: screenshot taken when I was renewing my passport.)
HAL became operational on 12 January 1992 at the HAL Laboratories in Urbana, Illinois, as production number 3. Yep: it’s HAL’s birthday. 2001: A Space Odyssey and 2010: The Year We Make Contact are available on Amazon DVD. Both are awesome. Addendum: a reader on Facebook pointed me to this lovely takeoff, which I hadn’t seen […]
Actually, I don’t get food in mine — not even sprayed coffee. Having an Author’s Cat, I get hair in mine. Way, way too much hair.
I’ve always thought this quote was profound. When I posted it, I commented: It’s often attributed to “Paul Brandt” — but it’s not clear if that refers to Canadian country music artist Paul Rennée Belobersycky (Brandt is his stage name), or someone less famous. I searched music lyric sites to see if it’s in one of […]
There’s just no such thing as a perfect web browser.