Happy holidays to everyone.
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Think of the worst punch line you know. Here's the first one I think of: a man walks into a bar and says "ow, that hurt." Actually, if you can beat that one, I'd be interested to know it so I can add it to my repertoire of terrible jokes: post it as a comment. But I bet nothing you can think of even compares to this punch line:
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Random thoughts like this one creep up on you out of nowhere around midnight. See, it's like one of those jars you put your spare coins in. But instead of coins, its daylight. That reminds of me of this song by Jim Croce: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHDt2t0oO7g
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Every time I see the title "Hamlet," I immediately think of two things. The first is ham. The second is omelet. So I decided to finally act on those initial impulses I had so long tried to repress, and portray the proteggonist as a ham omelet, putting a whole new culinary twist on Shakespeare's famed eggsistentialist treggidy.
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Monday, November 8, 2010
This is scary stuff... people can access your user information for all your social networking sites if you're on an unsecured network. Watch out for Firesheep.
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Speaking of which:
Thumbelina has symptoms of dwarfism, which makes her a "miniature of a miniature," as this article puts it. Her breeders' main pursuit and hobby in life is the production of smaller and smaller horses, which in my opinion makes Thumbelina a "hobby horse," literally.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Tidbit of random information: the baby mozart effect, which was proposed by researchers in 1993, has been discredited. The following excerpt is from aolnews.com: "The concept of the Mozart effect had a strong cultural impact when it was first posited, resulting in the sales of a lot of "Baby Mozart" CDs. In 1998, Georgia Gov. Zell Miller proposed spending $105,000 to buy a Mozart CD for every baby born in the state. Florida mandated state-funded day care centers to play an hour of classical music a day." However it seems that Bach and Pearl Jam, or in fact, any noisy stimulus, is enough to make your baby smarter.