(via various sites, including a post on AmericaBlog
“But I didn’t know until this day that it was Barzini all along…” …?
“You meddling kids!” …?
No, apparantly The Votemaster of Electoral-Vote.com has finally come out publically with his identity.
Who are You?
My name is Andrew Tanenbaum. I am one of the 7 million U.S. citizens living abroad. I am a professor of computer science at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Most of you have never heard of me but in an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny corner of the universe I have done enough stuff that Google has somehow managed to dig up 10,000 pages referring to me.
(from his site)
For all I know this page has been there all along, but dang it, this is news to me. Cool, though. What I really want to know is what Linus thinks about it and the election…
When people wonder why I suggest the possibility that the whole Iraq war obsession of Bush’s is about showing that he’s a “bigger” man than his father, now I can show them this…
Those wacky Italian kids … then again, someone at my high school blew up toilets with sodium metal.
Arguments in favor of Oregon’s anti-gay marriage iniative 36 include such wonderful tidbits as:
“Oh, by the way, although Jesus never said a single word condemning homosexuality, if heterosexuals can’t get married, homosexuals shouldn’t be allowed to marry either—well, unless they’re too weak-willed to abstain. Sissies!”
(from Daily Dish)
There’s no adequate description for this,, though it’s probably a total fabrication.
A site for bidding on coding projects can’t be that bad, can it?
Yes, it can, if the coding projects are for classes, as pointed out in an email sent out to my former research group at UCSC.
I can’t decide if this is ingenious of the students in question, or a sign that the end is nigh.
(Link sent out in an email from Darrell Long)
Not the funniest thing I’ve seen, but it’s been quite a while since anyone has passed on a good “News of the Weird” link:
Can you believe someone was this stupid?