Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Genetically Modified Baby Weapons

And not the 'tater variety, either.

What is it with rednecks and driving places on lawnmowers:

Man Warned for Hauling Tots in Boat:

"(10-15) 10:59 PDT Beckley, W.Va. (AP) -- He told police he just wanted to take the grandchildren out for a spin and treat them to some food at an area drive-in restaurant. But a police officer warned the man that hauling four unrestrained children, all around age 4, on a busy street in a 15-foot motorboat pulled by a lawnmower isn't a good idea. The 61-year-old man drove to Beckley's King Tut Drive-In on Saturday afternoon from his home in the nearby community of Bowling Addition."
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In other baby news......

I didn't know you could use them as a weapon?!? That's freakin' cool. I gotta gits me one. When I do, I'm going to trick it out with little baby spikes and baby razor blades. I'm going to have the baddest baby weapon in town. People will cross to the other side of the street to not meet me and my weaponized baby.

Mom Convicted of Using Baby As Weapon:
"A jury has convicted a woman of swinging her 4-week-old son at her boyfriend during a fight and fracturing the infant's skull."
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My online pal Jesse has jumped into the blogging fray. He's created a blog about beer. Freakin' genius.

Check it out.

Fresh Beer Every Friday:

"My Beer Manifesto. My Beer Goals. My Beer Philosophy. Beer, beer, beer. Other than my family, a few sports, and music, beer is my favorite thing to talk about, study, and admire"

I also hope to invite other bloggers (or could we call them, "bLAGERS?") to post here every once in awhile. Hopefully, this will be people in regions I can't quite get to.
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Wonder if they can make little tiny toxin trees to plant on my liver

Genetically modified plants vacuum up toxins

"CHICAGO (Reuters) - Scientists have figured out a way to trick plants into doing the dirty work of environmental cleanup, U.S. and British researchers reported on Monday. Researchers at the University of Washington have genetically altered poplar trees to pull toxins out of contaminated ground water, offering a cost-effective way of cleaning up environmental pollutants."
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I will never work another job where I have to sit in a cubicle. Hell on earth. What's worse is I worked for a company that had half cubicles. Meaning, you didn't have any walls. You just stared at 4 other people who were 2 feet away from you all day long. It super awesome when the loud chick in talking on her phone and the back of your head all freakin' day long.

Talk about needing a baby weapon.....

This will reach the east coast in 10 years.

Why Silicon Valley Is Rethinking The Cubicle Office

"Intel Corp. is often credited, or blamed, for popularizing the office cubicle. Now it is joining some prominent Silicon Valley peers in reconsidering the concept. The chip maker, emulating experiments at companies such as Cisco Systems Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Co., is planning tests in three U.S. locations of new office layouts. Plans include tables where several users can plop down with laptop computers, multiworker desks, and lounge-like settings with armchairs -- all a far cry from the mazelike grid of tall gray cubicles in most Intel buildings. Behind such tests is a growing recognition that classic, Dilbert-style cubicles have many shortcomings. For one thing, they tend to block visibility without blocking much noise from other cubes."

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Brains.... BRAAAINS!

I can make it turn right and left. I'm a super freakin' genius.

Right Brain v Left Brain | Herald Sun:

"THE Right Brain vs Left Brain test ... do you see the dancer turning clockwise or anti-clockwise? If clockwise, then you use more of the right side of the brain and vice versa. Most of us would see the dancer turning anti-clockwise though you can try to focus and change the direction; see if you can do it. "
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3 comments:

townser said...

Going to see the boys tomorrow night in Lawrence. I will fill you in on Thursday or Friday, depending on my hangover! Needless to say, I am psyched.

davyproctorboy said...

Speaking of the endless discussion about too many troops escalated/not enough troops sent in (we were talkin' 'bout that, weren't we?), the bottom and only line is that we initially sent in TOO MANY troops. One would have been too many.

JPW said...

Townser: Looking forward to the review. Should be a damn good time.

davy: Good point.