I wonder if he’s going after the homecoming queen next?
Seen many places around the net like here
I’m sure you’ve head about Google Fight by now where you can Linus Torvalds matches up against Bill Gates or finally prove to yourself that Coke is better than Pepsi by comparing Google results between two different words.
Bringing it to the next level we have Search Engine Smackdown. Using the heavy weights of the Search Engine field, see how much trivia you know about the history of the market.
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I’m not going to give the link but overheard in a forum I moderate:
Has anyone got the fix for a missing file?
Mr. Dr. P.: Um, no Ronald. I don’t think asking us where the cheapest hotel in Middleton is a good idea.
Not sure what’s going through Jim Davis’ head but what’s with Jon Arbuckle smooching with Dr. Liz Wilson? Are we trying to connect up with the movies? It’s like the end of the world pretty much when Jon Arbuckle gets a kiss.
Jon gets some
From here and probably elsewhere:
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A Dutch design student bored with conventional advertisements has set up a fake online agency offering advertising space for beer, cars and TV stations on prostitutesâ€™ thighs and cleavage.
On his website www.instoresnow.nl, Raoul Balai also proposed painting brand names on zoo animals and floating huge billboards off popular beaches to get vacationersâ€™ attention.
â€œI was getting sick and tired of advertising everywhere,â€ Balai told reporters. â€œBut I donâ€™t want to preach, and I thought satire would work better.â€
Far from taking his ideas as a joke, an Amsterdam zoo had its lawyer threaten Balai with a defamation suit after his website depicted fish from the zoo bearing the brand name of a frozen fish company.
Prospective customers phoning his fake agency are kept on hold and bombarded with sales pitches until they give up.
“I’ll pay for your hookers!”
*chuckle* Sorry, I just like listening to that. 🙂