So I’ve been watching a bunch of YouTube videos of the new Star Tours… it actually looks really cool, despite the fact there’s a good chance you’ll be in a podrace or “come face to face with Jar Jar Binks.”
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Here’s some jokes & gags I’m currently brainstorming… please be aware that these are rough drafts…
Something about using bitcoins to pay off the deficit… I don’t know… not really feeling this one…
Idea for a cartoon: a letter (maybe a word… what word though?) is getting a massage… the masseuse (maybe it should be a chiropractor?) is saying saying something about how s/he has such bad serifs… or something… not sure how to word it… the caption at the bottom says “TEXT MASSAGE”
Do you guys wonder if Tom from MySpace is on Facebook….actually you know what I think he probably is… really more of a statement than a joke
Yeah, you know who’s really upset about the birther issue going away? The guy who made it go away
May 17, 2011
racism is dead
there’s no racism in america anymore
May 21, 2011
Bruce Tinsley must’ve been really happy when he drew this strip, because it combines two of his favorite go-to themes: his childish “check out all these stupid e-mails I’ve been getting KEEP ‘EM COMIN HATERS ” internet troll routine, and his “boy, today’s youth sure is stupid, am I right folks?” schtick.
Comic expos make me feel really guilty… all these artists, baring their souls in their work, presenting it to the world for a small price… and I callously flip through them in a matter of seconds, judging them, right in front of their faces… im a monster;;;
Four months after the Federal Communications Commission approved the merger of Comcast and NBC Universal, one of the commissioners who approved the deal said she would join Comcast to oversee its government affairs office.
Haha, what a ridiculous revolving door system we have Oops I forgot to tell a joke
Google wants people to use its Android software to operate a lot more than just phones and tablets. And at Google I/O, the company’s conference for developers in San Francisco this week, the company showed off a future where someone could use an Android phone to turn on and off the lights, the dishwasher, a lamp or a sprinkler system — or anything else they want to.
Imagine someone hacking into your lights and appliances and making them go off at inopportune times
BEWILDERED HOUSEHUSBAND UNLOADING DRYER: Wha–? I thought I put these on tumble dry…
I wanted to see if I could recreate Homer’s web page from the Simpsons episode “The Computer Wore Menace Shoes” using actual animated gifs. I tried to be as faithful as I could, within reason. I couldn’t duplicate the sounds from the episode so I used an MIDI instead, which I figure is keeping in the same spirit.
Been sorting through some photos… all the dates are wrong and I know I’m missing a ton >:[
Lessons learned: ALWAYS set the date & time when you put batteries in your camera, and check your backups once in a while
One of these days I oughta get some of these developed, so I can have physical copies and not have *~my memories~* vulnerable to a hard drive crash. Or floating somewhere *~in the cloud~* and subject to the whims of Microgoogpplezon