29 January 2008

Yes, you can haz cheezebergerz...

imagine the possibilities... cheezebergers anytime, anywhere.

Gone are the days of merely wishing a cheeseburger always be at the ready. The future you always heard about is now!


i declare that technology has reached it's very zenith.

via Gizmodo:

"This is a cheeseburger. In a can. It's a cheeseburger in a can.

I honestly can't figure out how I feel about this: is it the greatest achievement of mankind thus far, or is it an abomination of foodstuffs that deserves to be hucked back into the gaping maw of whatever food processing plant it was spewed from? I just don't know what to think anymore. Would you eat a cheeseburger in a can? Keep in mind that it'll look nowhere near as delicious as the example above when you pull it out of the can. [Product Page via Spulch]"

Oh, and to the enlisted, yes, a crate of these delicious snax iz already en route to Corinto to be loaded directly onto the sub for our next "purely scientific" voyage. Muahahaha... ahem, i mean "yum!"

28 January 2008

50 Years? OMGWTFHAX!

Today marks the 50th Anniversary of Lego's. Those little bastards have made it to the big Five-O.

It's funny to me because just the other day I was in Target, (LOL), and happened to stumble across the Lego aisle. It brought back memories of all the buckets of random pieces that I had accumulated over time. And of course stepping on a Lego in the dark and having it pwn your poor foot. Spending hours and hours making these wonderful masterpieces only to have someone break it.

But now things have changed...

As i strolled down the aisle i noticed something extremely different about the Lego's. there were less pieces???

Why I asked my self?

And that's when it hit me,
America has grown stupider, so Lego has made there puzzles easier.

It's a sad day now to know that for 50 years they had to change their product to support the ever growing stupid people of America.

-I digress