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There's no more sure-fire way to kill something's intrinsic comedic value than to try to examine what makes it funny. The minute you start thinking, you stop laughing. So why, then, have Nerve and IFC.com devoted an enormous amount of time, manpower, monetary resources, server space and posh catered lunches to the pursuit of ranking the boob tube's finest sketch comedy offerings? In part, we're here because magical new technology (*coughYouTubecough*) allows us to do more than just pontificate for paragraphs on end — now we can pontificate for paragraphs on end and provide audio-visual evidence to back up those pontifications. We provide the context, share our thoughts and feelings and let you commence with the guffawing and, naturally, the disagreeing. The 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches of All Time Part 1
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The game's own solution explains this fairly well (by working out 9 combinations and multiplying by 4) Saying that, the puzzle can be solved without having to work out any specific combinations The left third of the flag can be any of 4 possibilities Can someone explain puzzle 54 for me? - Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box Answers for DS
HTC 7 Mozart Extensive First Impressions + Contest Announcement « The Technoclast At the HTC Windows Phone 7 Workshop last month, we were introduced to a sleek-looking WP7 device – it was the HTC 7 Mozart. We remarked that the unique aluminum unibody design, thin profile, sleek curves and all-glass front gave it a very seductive quality that doesn’t usually come in very many smartphones these days – and it happens to be the 7 Mozart’s calling card. Luckily, a few weeks later, we were given the privilege to put the phone through our rigorous review process. Here then, is our First Impressions on the HTC 7 Mozart and the Windows Phone 7 OS it carries. Plus, as a bonus, there will be details on a contest (not affiliated with HTC/Microsoft) to win some very cool HTC/Windows Phone swag.
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