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Posts Tagged ‘AGW’

Giant Florida Sea Sucker

Thursday, 11 July 2013

Sea Sucker

Proof of Apologetic Gargle Warping. It’s a watersuck, and I’m truly sorry. I promise I won’t do it again. [Found here.]

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Planter Oopsie

Thursday, 13 December 2012

Planter Spill

And the dork who tagged the side of the Planter of Awesome can go have UKW with himself. [Found here.]

Australia Blackout Dexember 2012

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Australia Blackout 2012

(West Poondongwalla, Australia) – Strutts News Services

Only the wealthiest of the wealthy were able to keep their lights on when the entire power grid of Australia failed just days ago, and no one knows why the continent now glows blue. Some locals blame global warming, while others point accusatory fingers at The Mayans for their probably prophetic Calendar of Doom that caused the utility companies of Oz to hit Ctrl-Alt-Delete simultaneously and just for the hell of it.

In any case, the well-to-do panicked wisely and moved inland to avoid the rising seas that subsequently swamped the coastal regions.

[There’s more info here that can’t possibly be true. Related post here.]

Norwegian Woof

Sunday, 19 February 2012

“Ja, kjære. Jeg kommer til å få en pakke sigaretter og et par øl. Jeg vil se deg neste uke. Hvis jeg ikke er tilbake på søndag, spise en røyskatt for kveldsmat.”

[Found here, via here.]

AGW – Stop Global Warming In 9 Easy Steps

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

  1. Get rid of your gas-guzzling internal combustion vehicle.
  2. Get a wheelbarrow, install a platform with seats and a roof.
  3. Hire a peasant to take you where you want to go.
  4. Take smug pride in your efforts to save the world from Global Warming and brag about it to your friends.
  5. Bitch to your friends about having to pay the peasant.
  6. Fire the peasant and sell the wheelbarrow.
  7. Buy a car and offer the peasant transportation for a small fee.
  8. You are now an entrepreneur. Enjoy.
  9. Get rid of your gas-guzzling internal combustion vehicle.

[Image via email – 1389AD]

Saturday Matinee – AGW Explained, Pug Sings Batman Theme, Jackson Browne & David Lindley Rip Off Originals, The Everly Brothers Rip Off Jackson Brown & The Original Zodiacs Rocked

Saturday, 9 July 2011

Okay, before some copyright dweeb tries to attack me for slander, that title is pure sarcasm. It’s a joke.

I hadn’t seen this entertaining summary, but apparently it’s been bouncing around the internest for a while.
[h/t whatever]

Here’s a Blast from the Past, and it’s exactly as I remember it.
[h/t John DiFool]

Here’s a video that I bet you’ve not seen. Jackson Browne with David Lindley, live on Buenafuente, singing a compilation of Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs’ “Stay” and “Love Is Strange,” a 1957 hit by Mickey & Sylvia.  (Note that the original version of “Stay” was the shortest song –  99 seconds – ever to become a No. 1 Hit.)

Here’s “Love Is Strange” <—-click) as performed by The Everly Brothers:

“Stay” is perhaps the greatest doowop song of all time, given the amount of doo and the wopness, all compressed into a hit that runs a minute and a half plus 9 seconds. There is only one vid on the Utoobage of the original performance, and here it is:

That makes the requisite number of five videos complete. Have a great weekend folks, and be back here tomorrow for more stuff.

Pipe Dream

Thursday, 27 January 2011

It probably has something to do with man-made climate changers or sump’m. Don’t worry, tho, bro. Obama’s gonna fix ‘er. He said so.

[Found in here.]

Wall of China

Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Makes all kinda sense to me. She’s one of those folks who believes that if all the Chinese jump into the air at the same time the Earth’s orbit would be changed forever and we’d, um, have to do something about it, like tell her to stop. [Image found here.]

Waterworld

Monday, 1 November 2010

One reason the sea levels are rising.

[Found in here.]

Sorry, it’s just not the same.

Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Uncle Fester Goes Green

(via Strutts News Services, Washington D.C.)

H.R. 4997 (ih), currently under review, proposes a requirement that all cinematic movie theaters replace standard xenon arc lamps with energy saving fluorescent bulbs or tubes and to retrofit the projectors with “kinetoscope” discs, rotated via electrical motors powered by photovoltaic cells, to allow frame-by-frame illumination. Films that previously employed the standard 24 frames per second shall be reduced to 8 to 16 frames per second in order to shorten the length of the illumination power requirements.

[Source. Crossposted here.]


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