Possibilities for the duel between Bush and Hussein:)
"Italy Families Becoming the Simpsons, Experts Warn" Che? Piu ragioni per me visitare Italia;)
Posted by Robert Stern on 10/05/2002 12:54:00 PM
"Imagine a CD with a storage capacity not of 650 MB but 650 million MB. Such a storage capacity is theoretically possible because of experiments using individual atoms to store data. In 1959, physicist Richard Feynman pointed out that all the words written in the history of the world could be contained in a cube of material one tenth of a millimetre wide - provided those words were written with atoms." Woohoo, then I could finally download the internet like I've always wanted to.
Posted by Robert Stern on 10/05/2002 10:10:00 AM
Trying to use machines to do things that people are supposed to do. Not doing a very good job either, they're getting people in trouble for having school reports and stuff up.
Posted by Robert Stern on 10/04/2002 10:03:00 AM
Pistols at noon. Sounds good to me, good way to take all the idiots out at once:) If you think about it, if they are both willing to send thousands of people to war, shouldn't they themselves be prepared to die and in fact take that option over killing hundreds or even thousands?
Posted by Robert Stern on 10/03/2002 08:55:00 PM
"David W. Knight, of Lobdell Drive, reportedly told police after being charged Friday with reckless driving that he is "prejudiced against people who talk on cell phones while driving." Knight allegedly forced the 19-year-old woman to drive over the curb and onto an East Main Street sidewalk. "It's dangerous," Knight reportedly said to police about talking on cell phones while driving."
Posted by Robert Stern on 10/01/2002 09:53:00 PM
Lets screw with Babelfish, an online translator, so I can show how bad it really is. We'll start with the line "The red monkey climbed up the brown tree quickly." and switch it to Italian. We get "La scimmia rossa si ¨¨ arrampicata rapidamente sull'albero marrone." Sounds ok so far, so now back to English. We get "The red monkey has quickly scrambled up on the tree brown." Hmm. Now on to German from this line. "Der rote Affe hat schnell durcheinandergemischtes oben auf dem Baumbraun." What the heck is durcheinandergemischtes!!!??!!! From German directly to French. "Le singe rouge a rapidement durcheinandergemischtes en haut sur cela brun." Back to English. "The red monkey quickly has durcheinandergemischtes in top on that brown." Haha, that German word just won't go away will it:). On top that brown? Haha. Ok, lets switch it to Japanese and REALLY screw it up:) "³à¤¤Ô³¤Ë¤½¤ì¤ÎÉÏ¤Ç¤¹¤°¤Ëdurcheinandergemischtes ¤¬²èÉ«¤¢¤ë" Doubt that shows right on your comps (you need Japanese encoding) but oh well, now back to English. "In the red monkey immediately the durcheinandergemischtes is a brown the on that" Hahaha, alright, I could keep going, but it'd just get worse:) At least whisper down the lane is usually in complete sentences or phrases and doesn't have random 80 letter German words in the middle of it:)
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/30/2002 10:19:00 PM
Ok guys, when we come to attack you, make sure you don't use your biological or chemical weapons against us, ok? Yeah, I'm sure they'll just go right along with that as long as in return, we use spoons and jello instead of guns.
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/30/2002 10:06:00 PM
Man attempts to get a free cruise by rappelling down a bridge. Lands in Police boat instead. "They were just waiting for him at the bottom"
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/30/2002 10:03:00 PM
Spoof of the Tilley Foundation who took a Delorean and claims to have made it run for hundreds of miles on batteries without recharge. They were doing a test and a bearing of the Delorean broke, not allowing it to finish and putting up a lot of criticism.
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/30/2002 07:38:00 PM
The US has comitted terrorist crimes? For those of you too lazy to read that it says, "In 1986, the United States was found guilty by the World Court of “unlawful use of violence” (international terrorism) for its actions in Nicaragua. The United States then promptly vetoed a Security Council resolution calling on all states to adhere to international law."(US Terrorism) For those of you that think that page is a bad source, "1984: The CIA mines Nicaragua's harbors in a covert operation. Both US enemies and allies condemn the action. Nicaragua sues the US in the World Court, and in June 1986 the Court finds the US guilty of violating international law" is a part from Thinkquest. Big thing on oil, with sources:).
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/30/2002 06:45:00 PM
Fine, nobody wants to download your music anyway:-P "Yes, my friends, the artists are hurting badly. It is estimated that many of them will only make $100 million or so this year. They are starving and will soon be homeless. Eminem moving back to Detroit with his mother. Britney Spears moving into a car. And Elton living in the trailer...Here is how you can help: Just be willing to pay $20 for a CD that should sell for $7 and you can make for $4" Don't they make most of their money from ad sponsership, concerts, and their little movie roles in which they pretend they can act?:) The record labels get most of the money from cds anyway and they get more popularity over people actually listening to their songs for free then they do from just putting a bunch of cds in the store. I never would of heard of half the bands I listen to if I couldn't download them.
Posted by Robert Stern on 9/29/2002 07:56:00 AM