i’m a nut

im a little acorn nice and round
i live away down in the ground
and every1 walks over me
and that is why im cracked, you see

i’m a nut (clap, clap), in a rut (clap, clap)
i’m a nut (clap, clap), in a rut (clap, clap)

I call myself on the telephone
just to here my golden tone
i ask myself on a little date
and i pick myself up about half past 8

i’m a nut (clap, clap), in a rut (clap, clap)
i’m a nut (clap, clap), in a rut (clap, clap)

i love me, i think im grand
i sit in the movies and hold my hand
i put my arm around my waist
and when i get fresh, i slap my face

i’m a nut (clap, clap), in a rut (clap, clap)
i’m a nut (clap, clap), in a rut (clap, clap)

More Reasons why girls shouldnt be allowed in space

Cause it makes them crazy, and yes more crazy than usual, if such thing is possible in the first place , at least that was the case for Lisa Nowak

we just need to remember what Mr. Garrison said

“Well I’m sorry, Wendy. But I just don’t trust anything that bleeds for five days and doesn’t die!”-

Download The audio file here

Lisa NowakAge: 43
Birthday: May 10, 1963
Birth Name: Lisa Marie Nowak

Where is she now? She’s currently awaiting trial for attempting to murder Air Force Captain Colleen Shipman.
Why is she considered crazy? Because she is determined! I mean she was so into stalking Colleen that she wore adult diapers, so she wouldn’t waste time using the bathroom

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640 kb

In 1981, Bill Gates said that “640 k ought to be enough for anyone”

Here’s the background: For quite some time, a PC couldn’t use more than 1 Mb RAM, i.e. 1024 kb. Of these, 384 were reserved for the system, and 640 left for the user. In the early 80’s, this was an awful lot of memory, not to mention that it cost an awful lot of money, so initially it was hardly considered as anything but a theoretical limit. This soon changed, however, and various work-arounds had to be developed. Now, this is thankfully history, but many of us has cursed that silliness over the years (have you ever experienced a game that won’t run because it’s a few kb short of memory, despite being run on a machine which has several megabytes left?), and wished they had went for a much higher limit when they had the chance. Like 16 Mb. Or 64 Mb, or… With 32 bits you can address 4 Gb directly, and who knows how long that will last?

This wasn’t, of course, the first or last time such limits were set; all systems that handles memory, or does some other kind of addressing, have built-in limits somewhere, and when they are designed the limits are set comfortably high. But that doesn’t mean the designer is convinced that the limit will suffice forever. (A similar example in the Macintosh world is the inital limit of 128 fonts – not on a single machine, but on all Macs, worldwide. This fact is somewhat less well known than the 640 kb-quote.)

That’s how Bill Gates reason when he denies the quote:

I’ve said some stupid things and some wrong things, but not that. No one involved in computers would ever say that a certain amount of memory is enough […] But even 32 bits of address space won’t prove adequate as times goes on […] Meanwhile, I keep bumping into that silly quotation attributed to me that says 640 k of memory is enough.

Bill Gates

The supposed quote resembles an excuse, and many believe that the limit was set by Microsoft, but it wasn’t; it was an hardware issue, the main reason being that the 8088/8086 architecture could address 1 Mb of memory. If you ran DR-DOS, or any other non-Microsoft OS on a PC, the limit was still there. Some argue that if those 384 kb of reserved memory had not been in the top of that megabyte, it would have been easier to work around; anyway, if you want to blame anyone, blame IBM, because they designed the hardware.

Only when Intel launched the 80386, which could work with 32 bit addresses, the problem was finally solved – at least for a while…

To sum it up: Though many believe, and want to believe, that Bill Gates said such a short-sighted or downright stupid thing, I consider it a myth, until proved otherwise – and it’s noteworthy that no one has yet shown exactly when or in what context he said it, only that it was in 1981, the year the IBM PC was released.

Wikiquote: Bill Gates links to several articles
The PC Guide, Conventional memory

“Bite My Shiny Metal Ass!”



Bite my shiny, metal ass!

Everybody loves a sarcastic, galactically saavy, cigar smoking, prank prone, selfish, beer drinking robot. Enter Bender. Bender was his mothers 1729th son. His father killed by a can opener, Bender went on to college and majored in Bending and minored in Robo-American studies.




Sacred Order of the Stonecutters


Download  Stonecutter’s song Here

Stonecutter’s song


Who controls the British Crown?
Who keeps the metric system down?
We do. We do.


Who keeps Atlantis off the maps?
Who keeps the Martians under wraps?
We do. We do.


Who holds back the electric car?
Who makes Steve Guttenberg a star?
We do. We do.


Who robs cave fish of their sight?
Who rigs every Oscar night?
We do. We do.


                                                                                Number One.

In one episode of the half-hour animated series, The Simpsons, Homer Simpson is initiated into the Springfield chapter of the Stonecutters.


Seen clearly in a wall hanging is a masonic square and compasses [00:06:55] while close to it hangs an eye in a triangle. One shot of the fraternity’s charter again shows the square and compasses and an eye in a triangle [00:08:45] while an external shot of their meeting hall shows a large eye over the entranceway. [00:11:05]


The initiation ceremony was closed with the proclamation: “the Sacred Order of the Stonecutters has, since ancient times, split the rocks of ignorance that obscures the light of knowledge and truth… now let’s all get drunk and play ping-pong.”


Led by “Number One”, members wore red robes and called each other by the numbers they received when initiated. Homer, number 908, was elected Grand Exalted Leader after it was discovered he bore a birthmark shaped like two hammers, marking him as the “Chosen One”. Membership in the 1,500 year-old fraternity was attained by either being the son of a stonecutter or by saving the life of a stonecutter. Initiation involved the “Leap of Faith,” a blindfolded five-storey plunge… in reality the edge of a stage. After the faux plunge, there are three rituals: “Crossing the desert”, “the Unblinking Eye”, and “the Paddling of the Swollen Ass”. The first may be a reference to the Shriners while the second may refer to the all-seeing eye.


Redneck 911 Call

A couple of redneck hunters are out in
the woods when one of them falls to the ground.
He doesn’t seem to be breathing
and his eyes are rolled back in his head.

The other redneck starts to panic, then
whips out his cell phone and calls 911.

He frantically blurts out to the operator,
“O my gawd! Help! My friend just died.
He’s Dead! What can I do?”

The operator, trying to calm him says,
“Take it easy. I can help.
Just listen to me and follow my instructions.
First, lets make sure he’s dead.”
There’s a short pause, and then the operator hears a loud gun shot!!!

The redneck comes back on the line and says, “OK, now what?”