Like looking to see if a rifle is loaded by peering down the barrel, your screen can turn from a breathtaking visage of insight into a Gatling Gun of mind-scarring infinity-pain within the literal blink of an eye.
Or, as they say: ONCE YOU CLICK, YOU CANNOT UNCLICK.
This is a very entertaining and well written adventure.
I, as well the others, like to thank everyone for their support and positive comments on something Randy and I felt was a masterpiece but we never thought that in just a week it would get the fanbase it has created.
We never imagined such a response. So me and my friends would like our fans to spread the laughs. Let the world know that He's THE JUGGERNAUT, BITCH!
THank You and stay tuned,
Okay this is NSFW for language but it is really funny.
MAN DATES GAL ON INTERNET FOR SIX MONTHS -- AND IT TURNS OUT SHE'S HIS MOTHER!
3:28 pm EST, Dec 27, 2005
Skirt-chasing playboy Daniel Anceneaux spent weeks talking with a sensual woman on the Internet before arranging a romantic rendezvous at a remote beach -- and discovering that his on-line sweetie of six months was his own mother!
The DOs and DON'Ts of Picking Up a Girl in the Computer Lab
12:05 pm EST, Dec 16, 2005
DO leave your iPod conspicuously out next to the keyboard
Like the colorful plumage of a peacock in the animal kingdom, iPods are the sleek fleathers that we humans spread to attract the opposite sex. If you're listening to music in the lab, leave your iPod in plain sight, where a passing female can see it. If she smiles approvingly, nod at her, then caw and peck at her flesh. This will show her that you are interested as well.
DON'T post to a blog
I cannot stress this enough: do not let a girl see you posting to any kind of blog. You will never, ever get laid. Seriously. Take it from me.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Spokane deputies face discipline for prank car chase
9:38 am EDT, Oct 12, 2005
The three had just completed a traffic stop east of downtown Spokane and were headed to the Public Safety Building near downtown to end their shifts.
When the deputy in the marked car turned on the lights, deputies in the unmarked Mustang accelerated, Reagan said.
After the cars entered the city, a city police officer saw the chase and joined in, thinking the deputy in the marked patrol car was trying to make a legitimate stop.
Officers heard radio calls about the chase and laid a spike strip across a street about three blocks from the Public Safety Building, flattening one of the Mustang's tires.
The undercover deputy who was driving got out of the car as police officers pointed guns at him, telling him to get on the ground, Reagan said.
Another Spokane police officer arriving at the scene quickly got out of his car to assist, but apparently failed to set his parking brake, Reagan said. That vehicle rolled through a cable fence and struck a pole, causing about $2,000 damage. The only damage to the unmarked Mustang was a flat tire.