Funny topics, jokes, and more
Well, the picture says it all: SQL covered chocolate raisins. Next time, read the ingredients carefully, they may even have PHP in them. Bad for allergies, specially if you use Python or Ruby.
Yes, indeed.Robert Douglass was in Drupal Camp Toronto 07, and here is the photo to prove it. He is even moonlighting with 2bits (Don't tell Lullabot!)
Would Karen Stevenson have a opening on her calendar for a date?
In the words of a farmer, the most profound man in Iraq, who are the foreign fighters?
Most Profound Man in Iraq — an unidentified farmer in a fairly remote area who, after being asked by Reconnaissance Marines if he had seen any foreign fighters in the area replied "Yes, you."
Another telling quote about high ranking visitors:
VIPs demand briefs and "battlefield" tours (we take them to quiet sections of Fallujah, which is plenty scary for them). Our briefs and commentary seem to have no effect on their preconceived notions of what's going on in Iraq. Their trips allow them to say that they've been to Fallujah, which gives them an unfortunate degree of credibility in perpetuating their fantasies about the insurgency here.
A humorous self-critical look at an Egyptian:
What do you do when a neighbor starts leeching your wireless connection?Option would normally be:
Well, these are not the only options.Someone found out that their neighbor does that, and they decided to turn their life upside down. Very creative and very funny ...(Via this Slashdot post, and followup story).
Here is a humorous bit on the idiosyncracies of the English language.
The web is full of buzz on Web 2.0.
Here is a quick guide on how to identify Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0 at a glance.
Here is the text of the Monty Python sketch: Four Yorkshiremen.The Yorkshiremen seem to be well off, enjoying fine food and wine, and reminiscing about the hard times they had growing up. This quickly degrades into a one-upmanship match where each of them fabricates a more outlandish claim than what the others have said.Very funny. Go read it.
John Brown from Texas is drilling for oil in northern Israel based on him receiving divine inspiration that there is oil in Israel, and that he has to drill for it to help Israel. He says that "God sent me for one purpose: to help Israel with oil".Brown and other born gain Christians believe that the Bible spells out exactly where the oil is. The often wacko right-wing WorldNetDaily has an article with a map of where the oil is based on what Brown says are the verses that pin point the location. The verses are also listed in that article.