For those not familiar with his occasional odd pronunciation on Windows Weekly here’s a translation of the two most potentially confusing items. 🙂
I did just buy some tires from Sears last month so as with most advertising engines they keep suggesting the item I already bought (Is that really a wise use of an ad budget?). But WTF prompted them to try to sell me the top left item.
(Winado Female Dress Form Plastic Mannequin Full Body Display stand with Metal Base).
Forgot to finish and publish this post earlier. A marketing email from Scosche with the following page and email title:
One Great Pair Deserves Another This Valentine’s Day and the top of the page has a picture with a woman in a bikini. 😮
Steve Jobs & Co. sent me proof this morning that you can tell how much someone loves you simply by how much money they spend on you for Valentine’s day.
I was using Google Books today and spotted this new “Generate book report” link, curious what it would actually do, I clicked it.
This is what you get.
My two readers will be as pleased as I am that I finally got one of my posts included in this great blog carnival. I’m not saying which post, you two will have to go read the Circle to find out.
Everyone have a good laugh out loud at Land O’ Lakes Florida because a substitute teacher at the Charles S. Rushe Middle School was fired for wizardry. This is pure insanity most likely inspired by religious fundamentalism (IMO, religious fundamentalism is a mental health problem).
The trick requires a toothpick and transparent tape. A sleight-of-hand maneuver causes the toothpick to disappear then reappear. At least, so it seems. In reality, the toothpick hides behind the performer’s thumb, held in place by the tape.
“The whole thing lasted 45 seconds,” Piculas said.
He said the students liked the trick. He showed them how to do it so they could perform it at home.
One student in the Rushe Middle class apparently took the trick the wrong way, Piculas said. He said he was told the student became so traumatized that the student’s father complained.
Traumatized by a magic trick! This child and its parents are in need of urgent psychological treatment perhaps a long stay at a mental health facility for their extreme fantasy prone personalities. I’d guess they fall for the magic tricks some fundamentalist/evangelical preachers use to convince people of their faith healing and other scams to gain followers and make money.
LOL Florida citizens repeat after me, there is no real magic, they are just tricks for entertainment or scams to get your worship and/or money.
Magic trick costs teacher job
Wizardry In The Classroom
Back to Blogging: “Wizard” fired from teaching gig in Florida.
Why Harry Potter will never teach in Florida
Hexpelled: No Wizarding Allowed
I can’t believe in Florida anymore