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government

Polar Graph racism?

This joke surfaced while I was talking with Darren yesterday. He claimed that polar graphs were racist. It sounded absurd at first, but just wait and you’ll find out more about this.

After hearing that statement, I decided to Google search this. The only result I found was that “polar graphs…show patters of racism”. That was the only explanation I got, so I decided to go to the Wikipedia Reference Desk for Mathematics.

I posted my question there, and waited. After a day, here’s some comments I got:

There is nothing inherently race oriented in the definition of polar graphs. Specific instances of polar graphs might be considered racist.

Presumably because they are based on Poles – that’s as worthy of the word “joke” as the likelihood that Fermat had a solution to the Riemann hypothesis.

Did a manic-depressive invent those ?

I would have said that Cartesian graphs are more racists than polar ones.

Clearly a revolutionary approach is needed.

If you want to read all the activity that question has generated, go here.

Peace out and ha-ha!

–DEATHGLEANER

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Is “Ezbco” a word?

The answer: of course not!

Apparently, in World History class, we were doing a crossword that had to do with European Exploration and Colonization of the World. One of the questions on the cross word was:

11 (Across): Hernando Cortez conquered which Mexican tribe in 1521?

We already knew that the second letter was a “Z”, but didn’t know the answer. In fact, I didn’t even read the question. This one guy, by the name of Reggie, asked me what the answer to 11 Across was. I looked at the row and made up the word “Ezbco”. It doesn’t make sense that Hernando Cortez conquered the Ezbco tribe, but Reggie actually believed it. He even asked the teacher if the answer was “Ezbco”. At that point I broke into an uncontrollable laughter that lasted ten minutes.

Hernando Cortez conquered the Aztecs.

I made up other words for some of the crossword answers like “Macon” (Question was “Which port did Columbus sail from?”). They actually believed me a few times even though they knew they fell for the first one.

Peace out,

Ha ha!!!

–Jeff

UPDATE:

I did a Google search on “Ezbco” and guess what? It searched, and our blog was the FIRST ONE on its list of results. :-O !!!

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food school

Drinking Coke with Hot Tamales?

I am here to report something that happened at my lunch table.

Apparently, this one kid by the name of Eric put about twenty hot tamales into a full can of soda. Then, another guy, Ethan, took a sip of it and he could barely stand the spiciness. Then, another kid by the name of Tyrone took the can of soda and chugged it down like he hadn’t drunk in four days. His reaction wasn’t that bad, considering that Ethan had a flush-red face after just sipping a little bit.

I am Deathgleaner, and will report any future things that happen at my school.

Peace out,

Deathgleaner

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school

French joke straight from French class

This one is SO funny!

Game show host: “What is the capital of France?”

Contestant: “F”

After all, F is the only capital letter in France.

I will try to keep updated on anything that happens around my high school.

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Funny Video, Google Chrome (first impression)

This is one of the funniest videos ever. Most of the other videos from collegehumor are funny too.

Now, on to the Chrome part.

Google Chrome, Google’s new open source browser, only for Windows (as of this writing) looks cool.

I’m just writing about Chrome right now because I’m now actually on a Windows machine. You most likely know that I stick with OS X Leopard or Linux. But, Google hasn’t gotten those done yet. So I have to deal with *shudder* Windows to use Chrome.

Chrome is fairly fast, and has a fair amount of animation (like closing, opening and switching tabs). Also, it was fast to setup.

I plan to use Chrome on Mac anad Linux as soon as they come out.

One annoying thing is that there’s no adblocking. Google, I know you make money off those ads, but please incorporate adblocking into  Chrome for the next release.

So, that’s it for this post. You have fun browsing the Internet (or crawling for those bots) but stay safe. (Use a REAL browser to look at that pr0n)

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Error messages

Here are some funny error messages I made up.

“Internet Explorer is a piece of crap, and has decided to close on you.”

“00x000x00 – Unreferenced decision to close.”

“Kernel Panic – Woah! You ugly freak!”

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Apple doesn’t use their own software

I noticed something very funny. Take a look at this source snippet (full web page is here):

<meta name=”generator” content=”Adobe GoLive” />
<title>Your Website</title>

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Very funny

Family Guy just too funny.

One funny part is:

Peter: I too will be abstinient. I’ll be as untouched as the turn signal in an Asian woman’s car.

Asian Woman: How much turn signal I need to cut across eight lane? None? I turn now! Good luck everyone!

[Asian Woman’s car hits several cars and an oil tanker which explodes.]

Then there’s the angry German kid.

(Translated) Angry German Kid – Correct Translation

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Funny quips

There are some really funny quips on some Bugzilla installations. I will be focusing on bugzilla.mozilla.org and bugs.webkit.org.

bugs.webkit.org:

BSD is for people who love UNIX. Linux is for those who hate Microsoft.
“XML is like violence: if it doesn’t solve your problem, you aren’t using enough of it.” – Chris Maden
UNIX is user friendly, it just picks its friends carefully.
Programming is like sex: One mistake and you have to support it for life. — Michael Sinz
Get me a 16-inch rotary debugger (extra cheese)
Our OS who art in CPU, UNIX be thy name. Thy programs run, thy syscalls done, In kernel as it is in user!
UNIX is basically a simple operating system, but you have to be a genius to understand the simplicity. – Dennis Ritchie
khtml/html/htmlparser.cpp:998: // support for really broken html. Can’t believe I’m supporting such crap (lars)

the above quip is true. at line 998, it really says that. See here for proof.

bugzilla.mozilla.org:

“…One ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them…” JRR Tolkien
“640K ought to be enough for anyone.” – Bill Gates, 1981
“Black holes are where God divided by zero.”
“Is an IDONTCARE resolution in Bugzilla too much to ask?” — pavlov@pavlov.net
“Houston, we have a problem…” — James Lovell, Apollo 13
“Software is like sex: it’s better when it’s free” — Linus Torvalds
+++OUT OF CHEESE ERROR: REDO FROM START+++
303 Keyboard error, press F1 to continue.
404. File not found. Should I fake it? (Y/N)
How could I break the Mac? I don’t even BUILD on the Mac!
A Communicator access a day helps keep micro$oft’s fury at bay…
And the beast shall come forth surrounded by a roiling cloud of
vengeance. The house of the unbelievers shall be razed and they shall
be scorched to the earth. Their tags shall blink until the end of
days.- Mozilla, 12:10
Area = Pi*r^2 — No no!! Pie are round, cornbread are square!
Do I have to pay the RIAA licensing fees for music I have stuck in my head?
Don’t make me bust a CAPS LOCK on your ASCII!!!
ERROR IN BRAIN.VXD: Thought Halted
Hey, can I use “background-colour:” in my stylesheets?
How to make COBOL a great language? Remove “OBOL”.
How to make COBOL a great language? Select “COBO” then Type “Per”.
Windows NT crashed. I am the Blue Screen of Death. No-one hears your screams.

Well, I’m done.

If you need more funny quips:
bugzilla.mozilla.org quips
bugs.webkit.org quips