Tuesday, April 25, 2006
Some totally awesome Lost fan made up these Dharma Initiative can labels available in PDF form. So basically you print 'em out, cut 'em out, then tape 'em on the cans of soup and chili in your cupboard.
Or do that to a thousand cans and airdrop them on a beach somewheres.
The San Francisco Chronicle has a great article on why Journey's "Escape" album is so awesome.
Listening to the song "Escape" is the equivalent of getting a personal two-hour life-coaching session by Tony Robbins and then smoking PCP. Each time "Escape" finishes, I am completely convinced that I can dunk a basketball, break a 2-by-4 in half with my bare hands and eat 25 hot dogs in a minute.
I am wayyy too entertained by these old Alcoholics Anonymous comic strips.
This guy goes off to some University Senate B.S. conference and for a witty joke, his buddies fill his dorm room(?) office(?) with balloons while he's gone. He goes totally ballistic.
Jerk: "Where did you get the money for these balloons?"
Prankster: "Out of our own pockets!"
Jerk: "Well then where did you get the air?!?"
Prankster: (blink blink)
My post about the farting preacher caused Matt to coin the phrase "Tip of the Fartberg" in referring to the multitude of videos that are available.
A bunch of great computer tech stories from inept callers:
Customer: "There are smoke and flames coming from my computer."
Tech Support: "Uh, hang up, unplug the computer from the wall, and call the local fire department."
Customer: "That's not the problem. I need to know how to do a backup. Fastest possible method."
mo' money, even mo' problems