Posts filed under 'Jokes'
So some of you may be aware of the lolcat phenomenon, but do you know of the Laugh-Out-Loud Cats? Adam “Apelad” Korford has been posting them on Flickr for some time, and they are remarkably adorable, easily as much as my own addition to the lolcat oeuvre. Well worth a look.
I have also made a loljurist picture:
September 28th, 2007
One of my areas of low-level geekery is encodings (I say “low-level” because I usually decide to move on to something else in ten to twenty minutes), and I found a variation on the international maritime signal flags that at least a few other people will probably like. This is the sort of joke that could easily be carried to extremes.
November 14th, 2006
I got a rather macabre spam just now:
On further inspection, it turns out they’re referring to dead mortgage leads.
October 19th, 2006
Drew (of the dubious invention I blogged earlier) has made another comic that’s kinda about law. For my part, I don’t think the big table would have personal jurisdiction, but I am unfamiliar with the rules of civil procedure involved here.
October 16th, 2006
Here’s another list of law-inspired band names. If (for some inscrutable reason) you dig this sort of thing, you might find my prior post on the subject interesting:
October 3rd, 2006
This one is a really terrible science joke and an homage to xkcd. Did I mention that it was a really terrible science joke?
September 27th, 2006
I went to the hardware store today to pick up some more science stuff, and I saw a three-ring binder on a shelf behind the counter labeled "The Archivist’s Cookbook". I thought that was pretty funny.
More soap this weekend, I think.
September 8th, 2006
The ends of BART cars are labeled “X” and “Y”, but I would rather they were labeled 3′ and 5′.
Rite Aid is a drug store, but I think it should be a liturgical supply shop.
I should move to Florida and start a tool shop called “Miami Vise.” (Apparently, a purveyor of fly-fishing equipment has beaten me to this one.)
September 4th, 2006
Hello! I fell off the planet for a bit there with finals and break and all, but I’m back in the saddle now. As a New Year’s present, I give you this list of phrases from the American common law that sound like band names, together with their genres of music and the titles of their first albums.
January 11th, 2006