Monday, December 29, 2008

Big 3 Bail Out.

A friend sent me this colorful article in support of the Big 3 bailout. After checking out my blog he might have seen that I made a few comments of my own about GM. I found it quite interesting.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Sushi, Saki Bombs and Sex Notes.

As we ate sushi, drank Saki bombs and told dirty jokes at a table of friends, naughty notes were passed at the dinner table. That was drawn on the paper used to conceal our chop sticks. Not a bad penis drawing, huh? My friend's girlfriend has got some artistic talent and an active imagination.
My friend showed me, not to his girlfriend's willingness. What did I do? I struck when the iron was hot. I told them I'd share this comedy with the world. What good sports. :)

Thank You, Porn! 12 Ways the Sex Trade Has Changed the Web

"For an industry that many people won't admit they've ever patronized, pornography has had an amazing impact on virtually every new medium, from cave painting to photography. Dirty pictures have been credited with ensuring the future of the VCR, boosting cable subscriptions, helping kill off the Betamax, and most importantly - Helped shape the web."

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Monday, December 22, 2008

Top 10 halo sniper shots!

The wall ricochets are my favorite.

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Sunday, December 21, 2008

Carve up that turkey, Fed.

Here is a belated Thanksgiving gag my buddies sent me. LoL, leftovers.

Friday, December 19, 2008

Hamster Fighting Machine

Remember to choose the type of tape that best works for you and your hamster. Happy Fighting!

Thursday, December 18, 2008


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What Santa REALLY Does While You're Asleep (comic)

So you think Santa only stops by your house to deliver presents? Think again!!

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Linux Girl

This is one of those pictures that circulated through all the guys' emails at the office that I just had to post. Sexist, yes. Too sexist to post, no.
But really, this is just a metaphore for how sexy Linux really is. It's bad ass. Just ask anyone who knows anything about computers. That's right, those penguins' belly buttons are cold too.

Friday, December 12, 2008

The Top 15 Xbox 360 Case Mods

I’m not exactly sure what makes people want to mod their game systems. Maybe it’s a creative spark, maybe it’s complete and utter obsession with a game, or maybe it’s just boredom. Whatever the case, there have been some truly amazing skins made specifically for the Xbox 360.-irfanmp

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Thursday, December 11, 2008

"Earlier in the day, G.M. confirmed that it had legal advisors — including Harvey R. Miller of the firm Weil Gotshal & Manges —to consider a possible bankruptcy, which the company until now has said would be cataclysmic not just for G.M. but for Chrysler and Ford as well. The rescue plan approved by the House on Wednesday by a vote of 237 to 170 would have extended $14 billion in loans to the troubled automakers and required them to submit to broad government oversight directed by a car czar to be named by Mr. Bush."- AP NY Times
Tsk, tsk GM. Not selling too many tanks these days, huh? Too bad thousands of people will lose jobs because a few at the top were greedy and ran the company into the ground. Perhaps in the context of everything else, they couldn't forecast a great, unprecedented economic melt down. Or maybe they're just trying to get their "get out of jail free" card. Who knows. All I know is, I put in $19 at the pump today and filled my little japanese car. At least they've got the right idea.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

My VMWARE Fusion

Pretty soon PCs will be obsolete. And before you know it, machines will harvest humans like eggs from a hen for energy.

That's far into the future, and we're not talking of such dire truths here. We're talking about VMWARE fusion. As you can see in the screenshot I've taken on my MBP, I'm running windows in a virtual "bubble" (I require windows for work.) But I had no intention of buying a PC. The alternative would be this.

The virtual software runs like a physical machine but it's not; naturally, it's allocated by disk space. You could infer then, that someone could run multiple machines on one piece of hardware. And you would infer correctly. The only limit is disk space and memory. If someone has a lot of both, they can run as many virtual machines as necessary. 

That, in a nutshell, is my VMWARE Fusion.