ROTFLC. That is hillarious. I wish I could send it to my coworkers however I think I would get in trouble with my current command-in-chief who has yet to speak a total-coherent gramatically correct sentance.
Well, it seems that Buz's thread is devolving into the ravings of badly-defining conservatives and pot-humor. But this takes the cake:
quote:This logic is also why germans are so gruff, why italians talk a lot, why brits are shits, the irish spoiling for fights, the swedes so cold, and the danes impossible to understand (no, seriously. Listen to them sometime: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-mOy8VUEBk).
And since you're in the netherlands, you're obviously in hell or something since you sit lower than anybody else, so you're doubly messed up.
To which Huntard replies:
quote:While this is true in a general sense, I live in the province of Limburg, which is the highest province we have
I honestly don't think I'll stop laughing about this until the weekend.
To make it all the better, one of our resident canadians, Dr. Jones*, illuminated this previously unknown aspect of SecDef Gates:
quote:this move obviously exposes Gates as a double secret stealth muslim who has weaseled his way into the job in order to hand over the US and Israel to the muslim hordes.
Ah, to long for the days of serious political discussion!
*since he's not posting, I'll say it for him: Not an actual doctor.
"A physicist, a mathematician, and a mystic were asked to name the greatest invention of all time. The physicist chose the fire, which gave humanity the power over matter. The mathematician chose the alphabet, which gave humanity power over symbols. The mystic chose the thermos bottle. "Why a thermos bottle?" the others asked. "Because the thermos keeps hot liquids hot in winter and cold liquids cold in summer." "Yes - so what?" "Think about it." said the mystic reverently. That little bottle - how does it *know*?""
Just to point out, throwing a shoe in Arabic culture is extremely insulting.Rrhain Thank you for your submission to Science. Your paper was reviewed by a jury of seventh graders so that they could look for balance and to allow them to make up their own minds. We are sorry to say that they found your paper "bogus," specifically describing the section on the laboratory work "boring." We regret that we will be unable to publish your work at this time.
OK, I've been trying to resist posting these for ages. I thought I would save them for Christmas. The following is written by the HP Lovecraft Historical society and performed by the Dagon Tabernacle Choir. For those who like a little sanity-busting cosmic horror with their Yuletide festivities, I give you The Carol of the Old Ones!
The HPLHS have put out some good stuff. So far there are 3 music CDs - "A Very Scary Solstice" and "An Even Scarier Solsitce" (IIRC) and the musical "A Shoggoth on the Roof", two audio drama adaptions ("At the Mountains of Madness" and "The Dunwich Horror") and a DVD of "The Call of Cthulhu" (a largely faithful adaption, as a 1920s or '30s silent movie).
Leisure Games in London stock most of the HPLHS stuff and they do mail order.