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Apple iTit

Just Whatever: "Apple Computer announced today that it has developed a computer chip that can store and play high fidelity music in women’s breast implants.

The iTit will cost $499 or $599 depending on speaker size.

This is considered to be a major breakthrough because women have always complained about men staring at their breasts and not listening to them."

I am keen on seeing the iTittie A and AA for young adolescent females with 1 GB capacity for $30 or so. But with the possibility of trading them in later for an iTit C, D or perhaps even DD/EE when the need arises. ROFL

Update: the joke dates back to 2007 :yawn:

Journey to the center of the brain

Researchers have identified the central "hub" of our brain, something that was previously believed to be true but not really proven.
Turns out, there is an area of the brain that straddles both sides and sits towards the back, where most activity is centralized or perhaps regulated. Lots of neurons come together here and deliver information... Slashdot already joked if we can upgrade the hub to a more efficient switch and become better at processing info... ;)
/me chuckles at the nerd joke

Marrying for nerds

So what's married life like as a nerd? not so bad, actually. Very good, actually. :)
But this cartoon is a lot of fun, nonetheless! APT-GET WIFE. You know the jokes Wife 2.0 and Girlfriend 1.0, etc. This is along those lines...

The Wii Pole Dancing Game is Really Coming

I saw this a week ago or so (on the Register...?) and wanted to post it, but thought it was a joke. Seems I should have because it may become reality soon. :) Finally a way to get mom and dad playing together with the Wii...

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Pixar's inside-jokes and cameos

I've often thought I saw something familiar in some Pixar movies such as Toy Story, Monster's Inc, Ratatouille and others. It turns out I was right!
Pixar regularly gives objects from its movies cameos in following productions. However, I had NO IDEA how often and regularly! Read Jim Hill's thorough analysis of Pixar's movies and pay respect to someone who is either crazily precise or watches WAY to many Pixar movies! :)

Darwin Awards 2007

Martin pointed me this year's Darwin Awards! Genious! Some people... I love the story about the 2 kids jumping around on a gas tank... ROFLMAO

Best of the Internet Oracle

Back in 1987, when bored at my PC, I'd check the usenet newsgroups for funny stories, jokes and others. One of my favorites was the newsgroup, which a collection of excellent oracles from users across the "net".
After a bit of digging, I found the Best of the Internet Oracularities back at the source: University of Indiana! :respect: It's like except about people mailing in their gripes, problems, requests and seeking an answer of a wise being: the Oracle. LOL

Wii technology used in brain rehabilitation

A Canadian doctor (please, no jokes here ;) ) has used the nintendo Wii to help improve brainfunctions during rehabilitation!
No wonder I am such a genius: all that gaming finally paying off! ;)

Operating System Sucks-Rules-O-Meter

The Operating System Sucks-Rules-O-Meter searches Alta Vista for the query " sucks|rules|rocks" and displays the results. Because the AV index a privilige system, not a right, it is a bit biased perhaps, but over time - as the bias won't change - still provides a decent indication of who more in favor or against a certain OS...

Sex with your own clone

Read this terribly useless but interesting thought from the Quote Database.

Great moments in human research

The Register has gathered a great and funny collection of Great moments in human research... ROFL

6 to 8 black men: David Sedaris on Sinterklaas

The Dutch don't really celebrate Christmas, we do lean more towards Sinterklaas. Although, in recent years commercialism has brought the great divide between "Sinterklaas" and "Kerstmis".
David Sedaris, introduced to me by my friend Sjoerdski after a recent trip to DC, has brilliantly put into words what Americans think of this strange event... YouTube has a reading of mr Sedaris accompanied by footage of Sinterklaas from Dutch TV. You have go to watch it!

Giant iPod user rocks Google Earth

the Register, always good for a few British humour jokes, tells us about a Giant iPod user who rocks Google Earth. Just check out the link and you'll understand. LOL

Dark Matter exists!

You can't see it, can't measure it, can't weigh it, can't detect it, but it exists!
Scientists agree that there is a proof that confirms a matter in the universe known as "dark matter". It fills the void between stars and galaxies and accounts for about 98% of the matter in the universe... but we can't see it. We just know it's there. :)
Old jokes about the stealth fighter come to mind... :D

BOFH: Drunk gravity

Ever wonder why the world seems different when you're drunk? Why time just doesn't quite seem to be as constant as you thought? Why jokes are funnier when you're drunk but any sober can't laugh about them?
Read the BOFH episode 24 on the Register! ROFLMAO If that ain't the truth... :D


Yawn! Three days at a convention will kill you. Tired? Sure, but after two days of talking it seems i'm running out of words. I've said it all. Even jokes and punch lines get repeated! I've seen all the booth babes already, twice. But the good news is that it's the last day. Two more presentations on open source, linux and novell. One day of luring, pleading and tempting them with old technology in a new package. LOL wonder if they noticed...

416 Blonde Jokes Index

416 Blonde Jokes should be enough to keep you busy for a little while... ROFL