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hello! :) felysian
written by Hello! :) on Oct 28, 2006 05:53
Xenomorph said:
Magnulus said:
(I'm safe. I have a mac. They're everything-proof.)
Except that it can run Windows.

I'd keep that think in sight at all times if I were you. Never know when an infestation can crop up.
Mactels are just as safe as linux now. They weren't everything-proof before, they aren't now.
*insert anti-mac rants like how bigmacs are very bad for your health*
written by Cryoburner on Oct 28, 2006 08:28
McDonald's meals are rich with fats and proteins, fundamental substances for the production of antibodies. You too can learn that and more in the McDonald's Video Game. : D
written by Micmacreturns on Oct 28, 2006 15:27
That strange image of a clown behind the child looks very spooky.
krush kill 'n destroy
written by Geekofdeath on Oct 29, 2006 23:23
Cryoburner said:
McDonald's meals are rich with fats and proteins, fundamental substances for the production of antibodies. You too can learn that and more in the McDonald's Video Game. : D
That is the most hilarious twisting of words I've seen in a long time.
written by Pomato on Oct 31, 2006 14:40
You know, you're right. Breathing is dangerous, too. We may breathe in lethal gases, though not breathing is also dangerous. I would recommend getting a gas mask and an oxygen tank, but the oxygen tank might explode. I suppose you could carry some sort of oxygen monitor, but the battery might corrode and electrocute you.

Try not to type on your keyboard anymore, you might get Repetitive Stress Injuries. In fact, over-usage of the mouse might give you Carpal Tunnel. Got any pets? Get rid of them. Children too, they're registered as an indirect cause of death/injury. Try to avoid driving as well, but don't walk, you might get run over or attacked by a wild dog or crashed into by an airplane or hit by an air-to-pedestrian missle. Also, bikes are bad. They're like lightning rods. Not raining? Doesn't matter, there's still heat lightning.

The government is known for trying to make every possible activity a cause of death. As long as there are people who get hurt by things... I propose that we all wear bulletproof, shock proof, heat/energy proof, radiation proof, disease proof suits wherever we go. Why not make them MissleProof as well?
meep
written by Naavis on Oct 31, 2006 17:32
Pomato said:
You know, you're right. Breathing is dangerous, too. We may breathe in lethal gases, though not breathing is also dangerous. I would recommend getting a gas mask and an oxygen tank, but the oxygen tank might explode. I suppose you could carry some sort of oxygen monitor, but the battery might corrode and electrocute you.
Or we might die of the carbon dioxide that we produce by breathing.
i haz title: speed-g-dof
written by Speeder on Oct 31, 2006 18:18
We forgot to mention that oxygen is a powerfull oxidant and we can die if we breath it too much! (in fact, some peoples already died this way!)

But... What all this have with google?
krush kill 'n destroy
written by Geekofdeath on Oct 31, 2006 20:06
I said my school is banning Google because.... well, frankly, I don't know.

Then it jumped off that to how certain schools are banning tag, tag football, and hell, even running during recess.

Then it went to how people in general are paranoid.

From there, it went to how the government in specific is trying to make everything a cause of death.

So.... yeah.... this has somewhat perfect relevance.
rawr
written by Raptorjedi on Oct 31, 2006 20:10
Everything is a cause of death, the moment you are born you are already starting to die.
meep
written by Naavis on Oct 31, 2006 20:21
Life causes cancer.
krush kill 'n destroy
written by Geekofdeath on Nov 01, 2006 00:47
Life causes war which causes death which causes peace which causes life which causes war which causes death which causes peace which causes life which causes war which causes death which causes peace which causes life which causes war which causes death which causes peace which causes life which causes war which causes death which causes peace which causes life which causes war which causes death which causes peace which causes life which causes war which causes death which causes peace which causes life which causes war which causes death which causes peace.

There's lots of cycles, but this "We want world peace!" is a futile attempt to break a cycle that has been..... cycling since the beginning of humanity. I'm not saying I want war or I don't want peace, it's just not possible to have peace without war; take something from somewhere, and someplace else looses something and wants it back and more. It's like physics.
written by Stellanaut on Nov 01, 2006 04:34
Geekofdeath said:
take something from somewhere, and someplace else looses something and wants it back and more. It's like physics.
War is not a quantity, its a state.

States change, and i think its about time the state of war reached an unstable equalibrium at peace. Unstable equalibrium because it would probably be due to a global military stalemate of some sort.
wah... waall-eee
written by Magnulus on Nov 01, 2006 11:55
Raptorjedi said:
Everything is a cause of death, the moment you are born you are already starting to die.
In most ways, no. You start getting closer to the DAY you die, but your body develops and becomes stronger and more versatile for at least 20 years after you have been born, directly indicating that you're not "dying". You start to die around 20-25, though that number varies and might be higher now that people tend to live longer.
And I realise you probably said it to be silly, but there you go. ^_^
whoosh
written by Buuks on Nov 01, 2006 12:39
Magnulus said:
ou start to die around 20-25
aaaaarrrgggghhhh, I am dying!!!!
krush kill 'n destroy
written by Geekofdeath on Nov 01, 2006 19:44
Stellanaut said:
Geekofdeath said:
take something from somewhere, and someplace else looses something and wants it back and more. It's like physics.
War is not a quantity, its a state.

States change, and i think its about time the state of war reached an unstable equalibrium at peace. Unstable equalibrium because it would probably be due to a global military stalemate of some sort.
I meant resources...... I don't know.... maybe I'm trying to act too smart.
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