Archive for the 'Humor' Category

Animation: Puppet

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Interesting animation by Patrick Smith of a man’s love affair with his sock puppet goes sour.

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Humor: A Patent on how to propose marriage

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This is definitely the best patent application we’ve seen for a long time. A patent on how to propose marriage.

We’re sure you will already start smiling if you look at the drawing but wait until you read the patent application…

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Gadgets: The RC Rubber Duck

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From our completely useless but great department: Here comes the remote controlled Bath Duck…

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Time: The Millionaire Calculator

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It’s Friday again and you have almost made it through this week. So if you’re asking yourself how much longer will I have to stay in this valley of misery – well here’s the Millionaire calculator.

It will most likely not help to cheer you up – but keep in mind, the 5 minutes you were using this little applet have just got you a bit closer to your target.

Anyway:

Best saving plan advice (“Dire Straits”)”…Get your money for nothin’ get your chicks for free…

For a better understanding of the overall concept we recommend Virus Comix’ “Circle of Life”.

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Humor: The Streetwalking Lawyers Of Aurora Avenue

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Here’s a short clip from good old “Almost Live!” that before NBC axed it was one of their best sketch comedy shows.

A new breed of Lawyers is taking to the streets for business and…

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Science: Time / Space continuum breaks open around the globe

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Today, April 1st after various warnings raised by leading scientists during the last months, the selective opening of the Time / Space continuum could be observed at locations around the world.

Renown astronomer Gabriel Sunbreek had alarm bell ringing about 3 months ago when he together with his team for the first time discovered the brief opening of wormholes inside our solar system. Closely to Mars two of these phenomenons had opened up for about 5 to 7 minutes – enough to allow alien matter to enter our galaxy close to earth (in astronomical terms).

Together with colleagues he attributed the selective occurrence of breaks within the Time / Space continuum to global warming and increased pollution. The connection to the newly found wormholes is still being evaluated…

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