So schlimm fand ich dieses Handtuch gar nicht. Aber wenn der Hersteller meint…
I don’t know what problem people have with Facebook shares going down a bit. Have they really expected it to remain at a Price/Earnings ratio of 70 when all other technology companies are around 15? Do they really believe that it is more than twice of Siemens worth? Bad for investors, storm in a teacup for the firm, why should they care about their share price too much?
You know you are successful if french wine is labeled as “idéal pour Facebook”.
Today, I saw a logo and followed the link to the official Belgian Ministry of Justice website. Yes, the thing on the very left is their logo. What does it look like to you? Rorschach test! If you see a women’s string with an “look here” arrow pointing to sensitive areas, you should either:
- visit your local Psychoanalyst who is well versed in Freudian issues and/or
- sue the heck out of the Belgians for objectification of women (or whatnot).
A 47-year-old gas station owner in Oregon strapped 105 helium ballons to his lawn chair and went up. He traveled 9 hours and landed 193 miles from home.
UPDATE: Pilot Kent Couch flight resembles one performed by Larry Walters, who in 1982 rose three miles above Los Angeles in a lawn chair lifted by balloons. Walters had surprised an airline pilot, who radioed the control tower that he had just passed a guy in a lawn chair. More information on this on wikipedia and a still working news report here.
Original: PRESIDENT CLINTON OF THE USA
Anagram: TO COPULATE HE FINDS INTERNS
And of course:
Original: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” -Neil Armstrong
The Anagram: “A thin man ran; makes a large stride, left planet, pins flag on moon! On to Mars!“
Want to get rich in 30-40 years? Why don’t you think about investment smoking?
BBspot has a funny post starting like this:
Supreme Court Judge Isaiah Moore ruled that SCO must
show proof of Santa Claus in the next 30 days, or he will dismiss
their lawsuit against all Christians and companies profiting from
the Christmas holiday.
SCO, formerly known as Santa Cruz Operations, recently changed their name to Santa Claus Operations…