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October 29, 2013


Why doesn't the franchise auto populate?

(Thanks to Ralph)


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Why not just use Kitty Ipsum?

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Why does the porridge bird lay its egg in the air?

Dead birds don't fly at night.

The true message comes when the text is read backwards

This is one of the deep philosophical questions that has been asked since the days of Socrates and Plato.

They couldn't figure it our either.

The Delfonics opened for them.

Each car company's best-selling vehicle is designed to avoid sex for obvious reasons. When there are so many cars of the same species driving around, they can't be allowed to canoodle lest they put their owners/drivers, not to mention other cars on the road, in great danger. This not a problem for, say, a Ferrari, which is allowed to do what it wants and is extremely sexy, because there Ferraris are few and far between.

Oh, "populate"? I thought you said something else. Never mind.

Snork at Omni!

WHEW! For a moment I thought I was reading the Obamacare site.

Omniskeptic is no fun, he fell right over!

Obviously a misheard rock lyric.

Good, but will never beat:

Nah Nah Nah Nah,

Nah Nah Nah Nah,

Heh. Heh, Heh, Goodbye.

Or Free Bird.

Those are the long-lost lyrics to Oh Canada.

Love that syncopated beat.

I can't hear you. I've got my fingers stuck in my ears.

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