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Laugh at Liberals Laugh at Liberals “Where’s the beef”? Taco Bell may be able to call Obama to help defend the lawsuit. After all, who knows more about replacing the meat with artificial ingredients and filler than Obama? I saw a Muslim extremist fall into the Rio Grande River this morning; he was minutes from drowning because of all the guns and bombs he was carrying. (more…)

Computer Stupidities: The World Wide Web

One time, I caught my Mom working at the computer, printing out information for my brother's report. She was reading an article at Wikipedia, and she didn't know that if you edit Wikipedia, it stays there for the entire world to look at. So she was editing most of the links, pictures, and headings out -- and even put a little more at the top: "Here is the info, sweetie, good luck!" She almost pressed 'Save' when I went over and asked her what she was doing. Computer Stupidities: The World Wide Web
Top Ten Voicemail Messages Left By Pope Francis Monday, January 6, 2014 10. "Whoops, butt dial" Late Show Top Ten Late Show Top Ten
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The Computer - An Overview Before we begin in earnest, it's important to have an insight into the components of a modern computer. Here's a rundown of the parts of a PC-Compatible machine, together with a brief look at their purpose. Case This is, as the name suggests, simply a case used to hold all the main parts of the computer together. The Computer The Computer

Search Calvin & Hobbes

Search Calvin & Hobbes I have always been a big fan of Calvin & Hobbes comics, and their author, Bill Watterson. Since discovering the complete script online, as well as a collection of every daily strip on another website, I knew I could make the two reference each other and therefore create a "Calvin & Hobbes Search Engine" for lack of a better name. So I set out to do it. Currently the search only looks for EXACT phrases (not case sensitive), so if you're looking for a comic with the words "balloon" and "airplane" you cannot enter them both, or it will search for "balloon airplane" together. Perhaps in the future I will fix this, but it's actually a lot more difficult than leaving it as-is.
Worst Analogies Ever Written In a High School Essay They lived in a typical suburban neighborhood with picket fences that resembled Nancy Kerrigan's teeth. He spoke with the wisdom that can only come from experience, like a guy who went blind because he looked at a solar eclipse without one of those boxes with a pinhole in it and now goes around the country speaking at high schools about the dangers of looking at a solar eclipse without one of those boxes with a pinhole in it. She caught your eye like one of those pointy hook latches that used to dangle from screen doors and would fly up whenever you banged the door open again. The little boat gently drifted across the pond exactly the way a bowling ball wouldn't. McBride fell 12 stories, hitting the pavement like a Hefty Bag filled with vegetable soup. From the attic came an unearthly howl. Worst Analogies Ever Written In a High School Essay
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The Shining in 30 Seconds With Bunnies The Shining in 30 Seconds With Bunnies home | store | copyright Angry Alien Productions | FAQ | contact - The Shining bunnies WON at the Ottawa International Animation Festival for Best Internet Series 2004! The Shining bunnies parody not only pays homage to the brilliance of the late Stanley Kubrick, but my undying love for the stories of Stephen King (though this version of The Shining purportedly differed drastically from King's original vision). I have been a diehard fan of Stephen King since I was nine (when I got the bejeezus scared out of me while reading my dad's copy of Night Shift).
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Dave Barry I have never gotten into wine. I'm a beer man. What I like about beer is, you basically just drink it, then you order another one. You don't sniff at it, or hold it up to the light and slosh it around, and above all you don't drone on and on about it, the way people do with wine. Your beer drinker tends to be a straightforward, decent, friendly, down-to-earth person who enjoys talking about the importance of relief pitching, whereas your serious wine fancier tends to be an insufferable snot. Dave Barry