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.
Here's four videos which, although containing no actual nudity or sex of any kind, is basically, porn. You will drool.
If you use Linux, and particularly if you use Gnome, the URL links to four videos you want to see. These videos demo the new XGL code that Novell is bringing to Linux, which is part of the technology that is the reason Microsoft is so hot and bothered to get Vista's new interface into the eyes of the press.
Since most users judge an operating system by the eyecandy of it's desktop, rather than it's history of security or reliability, this stuff is going to make XP's interface look like pre-2000 crapware.
This will be a very good year for Linux eye-candy.
Someone has re-cut Fight Club as a romantic comedy. It turns out that practically any weighty or horrific film can be re-cut as a romantic comedy with enough jaunty "Meet so-and-so!" voice-over and uptempo brass-band background music.
Vice President Dick Cheney accidentally shot a prominent Austin lawyer while the two men were on a quail hunting expedition in South Texas on Saturday, firing shotgun pellets at the man while trying to aim for a bird, his spokeswoman confirmed today.
Mr. Cheney, a practiced hunter, sprayed the lawyer, Harry Whittington, with shotgun pellets on an outing on the Armstrong ranch in South Texas. Mr. Whittington, 78, was flown by helicopter to Corpus Christi Memorial Hospital, where he was listed in stable condition today, according to Michele Trevino, a hospital spokeswoman.
Its a good thing he wasn't hunting with Scalia this time out.
Subscriber credit data distributed by mistake - The Boston Globe
Topic: Computer Security
10:54 am EST, Feb 13, 2006
Credit and bank card numbers of as many as 240,000 subscribers of The Boston Globe and Worcester Telegram & Gazette were inadvertently distributed with bundles of T&G newspapers on Sunday, officials of the newspapers said yesterday.
So what scientists have been doing is inserting human genes into mice, to produce similar genetic overdoses in their development. As I reported before, there have been partial insertions, but now a team of researchers has inserted a complete human chromosome 21 into mouse embryonic stem cells, and from those generated a line of aneuploid mice that have many of the symptoms of Down syndrome, including the heart defects. They also have problems in spatial learning and memory that have been traced back to defects in long-term potentiation in the central nervous system.
These mice are a tool to help us understand a debilitating human problem.