Monday, October 11, 2010

News: Stupid and Stupider

Teh stupid, it burns:
  • An idiot-meets-cop story that's actually from some place other than Florida! An Ohio woman walked up to a police officer, asked if there was a curfew, and then asked if there was an open warrant out for her. No and yes! There must be a better way to find out if an arrest warrant exists for you. I wonder if there's an app for that.
  • Of course, that doesn't mean the idiot locus has left Florida. This guy got pulled over on a traffic stop. The officer noticed the unmistakable smell of marijuana coming from the car, so he searched the man, and found two baggies of assorted drugs between his buttocks.
    When the bag fell to the ground, Roberts immediately said, according to the report, “The white stuff is not mine, but the weed is.”

  • Tell Me About It... Wait- For Reals?
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    That just leaves me speechless...
  • Southern Baptists are not allowed to practice yoga, while "Other Christian leaders have said practicing yoga is incompatible with the teachings of Jesus." You know, I've read the Bible a couple times and I never saw anything along the lines of "Thou shalt not tie thyself into a knot."

FCC (Fuzzy Cat Censorship):
funny pictures of cats with captions
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funny pictures-Nothing to see here folks
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Whiteboard jungle action:

  • work fails - Project Managers Are Prepared For Everything!
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    Can I get some extra spell points while you're at it?

  • That guy? The one at the computer? That's totally me. I have said that exact same thing before. Java is a bloat-hog and if you're only going to run your app on one platform ever, WRITE IT IN SOMETHING ELSE.

  • jobs fails - Ninjas Who Do Not Appreciate You Taking Their Things
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    Dude, I need to figure out where they hired their ninjas!

And to end that on a positive note: - When work feels overwhelming, remember that you're going to die

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