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April 30, 2004


A cherished myth destroyed.

(Thanks to Chris Miller, who goes to the mall in December just to pull the whiskers off of Santa.)


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Judy, ask again later.


All signs point to YES!

I guess it's actually scrutable then.

Only a guy would taste-test a mysterious blue liquid.

Hey, it was presumably harmless.

Wife: Honey, WAKE UP!
Husband: *zzZZZt* *pfft* Huh?
Wife: Did you hear that noise?
Husband: I presume it's harmless.

just as i've suspected for the past 40 years! the darn thing is a hoax! I never should have based decisions about marriage (positive), kids (two positives), and wealth (negative) on the outcome!


This is from that blog someone mentioned in another thread. Unrelated, just because:

Try this soon before someone forces Google to fix it.

1) Go to www.google.com

2) Type in -- weapons of mass destruction -- (DON'T hit return)

3) Hit the "I'm feeling lucky" button, NOT the "Google search"

4) Read the "error message" CAREFULLY - the whole page.

Guess it's like that miserable failure Google search thing.

Bangi, or they are medical students~practicing



Mahatma, thanks, that was great!



MKJ, it's called "google bombing," and I don't know if they can fix it. Someone makes up the site and then starts a campaigne to get people to link to it and click on it when searching for the phrase on google, since how many sites link to it and how many people click on it after searching are the criteria for position on the search results list.

"Magic 8-Ball, am I permanently brain-damaged now that I've ingested your mysterious blue liquid?"

"Reply hazy, try again."

I have a magic 8 ball in my car to consult when my friends and I get lost. :)

Signs point to freeway?

Hey better to rely on the 8 ball then to trust a friend with directions. Or well..better than trusting MY friends with directions.

Hey, I took one of those things apart too! Except I did it through the bottom. And that blue stuff stains your hands something fierce. And it stinks. [I didn't taste any of it.]

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