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Augmented Reality
07/09/10, 14:30

1. Take any popular modern piece of technology.
2. Imagine what people from 20 years ago would have said of its possibilities and applications.
3. Now compare that to its actual present use.

I think its an appropriate level of cynicism.
Augmented Reality
07/09/10, 12:54

When he turns them on and off, there's a display showing an advertising income rate.

This makes perfect sense to me. Early augmented reality devices are likely to be subsidized by advertisers. The person here could be making some money, or helping pay off his device, by leaving it on full when possible, and turning it off when its inconvenient. There are already mobile phone apps that act similarly. Advertising free Frank Lloyd Wright devices would exist, but be far more expensive.

creepy uncle sam with an annoying voice sings a song
07/09/10, 12:49

True story: When I started grade-school in America, my parents told the admissions counselor I was multilingual. The counselor sympathized, and offered to put me in remedial classes.
11 year old girl plays YYZ on electric organ
07/09/10, 10:58

Leave a copy of Nebraska's "Child Abandonment" law on the table.
The typewriter suite
07/09/10, 10:57

Ah, I see. The "Weird Al Shreds" video was a post-modern critique of this classical movement.
creepy uncle sam with an annoying voice sings a song
07/09/10, 10:55

I'd like to sing you a little song. Its about a group of poor people working hard and living in squalor to the benefit of Americans, asking only for Liberty, Justice and Equality. And a songwriter who opposes our founding principles, poor people, and those with brown skin. Now, before you decide who's the bad guy, remember that the former group speaks TWO languages, while the latter only speaks good ol' American. Like God intended.
Monty Python - Stoned
07/08/10, 16:37

That, and men dressing as women using silly voices is one of the founding principles of British comedy. That the women the men are dressed as, are dressed as men, is no impediment.
Paparazzi (2004) trailer
07/07/10, 10:14

- She was living the dream

"Look around Harry, at this wonderful park, my wonderful family, and not a black person in sight!"

- Until one day, it all changed..

"We in the media will attack your family, invade your home, and lie about the fact that you routinely use racial epiteths"

"You filthy spic bastards!"

"I want to destroy your life and eat your soul, and I can't wait to do it" (couldn't make this line stupider if I tried)

- Now, she's striking back.

"Lady Di, the photographers are blinding me, I can't see where I'm driving!"

"Don't worry Jeeves, I think its time for us *chk-chk* to take a shot of *chk-chk* those Jew bastards. *chk-chk*"

"...what? Did you... did you just?..."

"I guess its time for us *chk-chk* to process them in some dark rooms. *chk-chk*"

"This is getting really..."

*chk-"Hitler was right"-chk*

"I quit."

- This summer, Mel Gibson is: Princess Di: The Final Solution
Best Cry Ever - The Who Edition
07/06/10, 16:35

Looks like he's got...

*sunglasses*

...something to cry about.
Joan Heffington: CEO of Association for Honest Attorneys
07/06/10, 15:04

Included for fun: She only has 11 goals listed on her Governor's website, but her are the first four in order:

+Sign into law only those bills that have 2/3 approval of the people
+Require that a Biblical and Constitutional reason exist for the passage of any new laws
+Allow teaching of Christianity vs. evolution in schools
+Introduce a “No Child Left Alone” Act so that working parents can adjust their start/stop times to take their children to and from school (families first!)

Her three greatest enemies appear to be secularism, civil attorneys, and school buses.
Joan Heffington: CEO of Association for Honest Attorneys
07/06/10, 14:59

Oh boy. First of all the only employees listed are this woman (who is apparently a Republican candidate for Kansas governor), her friend a disbarred attorney, and GOD. No really. He's on their Board of Directors.

Second, the only goal of the organization is to discourage lawsuits (which makes sense, as non-attorneys they can't help people with suits anyway), but their methods are nutty.

The First Principle (out of two) is to appoint free counsel for civil suits. This could only wildly proliferate lawsuits, not decrease them.

The Second Principle has to be read to be believed:

"Computerization of evidence would be required before any lawsuits could be filed or any charges brought against a person or entity. Evidence would be presented for evaluation according to the “Farr Factor” - a computer program which is written to calculate the percentage of likelihood that the alleged defendant is guilty of the wrong for which he is accused. The “Farr Factor” is the determinating factor in any legal claim before a lawsuit can be filed or charges brought. It must be divulged to all parties prior to any litigation, and is used to calculate damages."
Terry O'Quinn Discusses Knife Throwing
07/06/10, 10:52

L O S T




*bad robot!*
Vampire chases woman's car.
07/05/10, 16:27

I was going to mock that pointless interviews, but that last one was vital information for the residents. Good job news team!
Christopher Hitchens schools a rabbi on the issue of circumcision
07/05/10, 16:24

Oh, and get well soon!
Christopher Hitchens schools a rabbi on the issue of circumcision
07/05/10, 16:23

This is why I like Dawkins better. Religious practices usually come about for a reason, and there are many reasons for genital mutalation/circumcision/whatever. Its not generally in the woman's interest, but its rational in male-dominated societies, and probably would exist without religion. As would most abuses committed with religion as a justification.

And joking about a bris is in no way equivalent to condoning forced mutilation of women. That type of outraged false equivalence is a common tactic of zealots, religious or not.

It's a Doberman! Let it have its ears!
Traffic stop gone awry
07/04/10, 15:16

The truck was driving on the shoulder, possibly because he saw the car in front doing it and wasn't paying attention to the lines.
Rare Look Inside Bible Belt Classroom
07/03/10, 20:08

I could swear I saw this on PoeTV before. But I follow my usual "if its hard to find, its not really a dupe" policy.

If that last kid thinks that because two things look different means they can't have evolved from each other, that's just proof he has no idea what evolution is, other than what his lying teacher made up ("I don't want to tell people their ideas are trash." Yes, you do. Just not when their your ideas. I doubt Hindus get equal time). That kid doesn't disagree with evolution, he's never been exposed to what it is.

FOX: Billboard Battle Over Pledge
07/03/10, 15:32

"1961 with taking school out of the prayers" - Fox News is bringing on a completely uninformed guest to repeat talking points he got from Fox News, so that they can justify spouting talking points, based on what Fox News viewers ("real Americans") are talking about.

Perpetual motion machines may be impossible, but Fox News is a self-sustaining machine of perpetual ignorance.
FANS UNLEASH EPIC HATE FOR LAST AIRBENDER
07/02/10, 17:39

I saw a few episodes recently. Although I don't see what all the fuss is about, it definitely would have been one of my favorite shows as a kid. Its no 'Rocko's Modern Life', but then, what is?
FANS UNLEASH EPIC HATE FOR LAST AIRBENDER
07/01/10, 14:45

The trailers tricked me into thinking it might be good. Well, at least this might finally get Shyamalan off our screens. Stars for the guy who now regrets shaving his head.

From Rotten Tomatoes:
"It's rare to see a film so choppily edited, poorly scripted and spastically directed that you can barely understand what you're watching."

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