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Tweet from rob delaney (@robdelaney)

rob delaney (@robdelaney) tweeted at 6:31 PM on Sat, Oct 20, 2012:
For Halloween I’m going as that feeling you get at a store when you try to refold a sweater properly & put it back on the shelf.

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Drop box

I may be behind the power curve here but I discovered this program a month or so ago. This is a MUST if you regularly work from more than one computer, allowing you to create an online storage file for your work while it behaves just like a normal windows file.  Very easy, convenient and free.


Its Science and Tology All in One!

Found this on Wiki… so you’re of course thinking that there’s no way this can be true. Check out the references, I’m pretty sure the story is trump tight.

The best-known portion of Scientology’s space opera is the myth of Xenu,[11] known as “Incident 2”.[16] Hubbard stated that there was a group of 76 planets around stars that are visible from Earth that organized in a Galactic Confederacy about 75 million years ago.[18][19] Xenu, an evil and corrupt dictator, led the confederacy.[20][21] The confederacy became overpopulated: each planet had 178 billion inhabitants.[16] In an attempt to solve his overpopulation issue, Xenu placed several billion of his citizens onto DC 8 planes in refrigerators and sent the planes to the planet Teegeeack (now known as Earth).[20] Hubbard stated that Xenu told the subjects that they were being transported there for tax auditing.[22] When they arrived on Teegeeack, hydrogen bombs were detonated inside volcanoes, killing the aliens.[20] After their deaths, their thetans were captured and brought to Hawaii and the Canary Islands, where Xenu’s priests and psychiatrists brainwashed them.[20] These instructors lectured on invented ideas, such as the myth of Jesus, to deceive thetans about their nature.[16] Eventually, a group of officers of the Galactic Confederacy launched a rebellion against Xenu. They pursued him for six years before capturing him[16] and placing him in an electrified prison cell in the center of a mountain.[20] Hubbard taught that the thetans who had been brainwashed by Xenu’s forces remained on Earth. When humans evolved, he said, the “body thetans” that had been wandering the Earth began to contribute human problems. He believed that individuals could be freed from these brainwashed thetans and thus attain a type of salvation.[23]


What If He Hits Another Planet


I’ve been running into enough random shit in the internet lately that I’ve decided to revive the Blog…although it barely had a heartbeat before.

Your Car in the Year 2000….as of 1982

Popular Science actually did pretty well on this prediction…including the GPS concept…although the controls look like they were ripped off of a Betamax.

2000 A.D. circa 1962 (Popular Science)

Turns out they were pretty much hit the nail on the head with this one. Check out page 84