Apr
15
2009

CDC WARNING!

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CDC WARNING!

CDC ALERT

The Center for Disease Control has issued a medical alert about a highly contagious, potentially dangerous virus that is transmitted orally, by hand, and even electronically. This virus is called Weekly Overload Recreational Killer (WORK). If you receive WORK from your boss, any of your colleagues or anyone else via any means whatsoever - DO NOT TOUCH IT.

This virus will wipe out your private life completely. If you should come into contact with WORK you should immediately leave the premises.
Take two good friends to the nearest grocery store and purchase one or both of the antidotes - Work Isolating Neutralizer Extract (WINE) and Bothersome Employer Elimination Rebooter (BEER). Take the antidote repeatedly until WORK has been completely eliminated from your system.

You should immediately forward this medical alert to five friends. If you do not have five friends, you have already been infected and WORK is controlling your life.



What They Said:

RantUser says Would have linked but... on 7/14/2009
I wanted to tweet "CDC WARNING!" but the perm. link under the post fails. I guess Will have to quote you w/o link :(


1 Comments | Perm-a-link | 4/15/2009



Mar
13
2009

In The News

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In The News

See the front pages of 14 major newspapers all on one page and big enough so you can read the text. This is a neat way to skim the news of the day.

0 Comments | Perm-a-link | 3/13/2009



Feb
3
2009

Together We Can

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Together We Can

The Governor of MA is preparing to cut $128 Million from local aid, which in turns the towns immediately start to talk about closing schools, laying off teachers police and firefighters.
How about tightening their own belts?
A normal person could look at the state budget and ask why we can't cut state issued cars and state issued cellphones, not to mention all the perks the politico's get in the state house. A normal person would take a look at all the departments, and cut the pork. A normal person would be able to make cuts that reduce costs and spending while maintaining critical workers like fire, police and teachers (written in that order on purpose!), but our elected officials can't figure that out? Their mentality is you wash my back, I'll wash yours, thinking that minions isn't going to do anything about it.
It's really time for us to stop acting like sheeple and make these elected officials actually work for us or throw them OUT!

There is plenty wrong, but nothing a little common sense (and perhaps some leadership) couldn't cure.

What They Said:

RantUser says typo on 11/15/2009
on page "http://psacake.com/web/fc.asp," Communications Cables Color Codes, first paragraph, second to last sentence:

"The plug was a phono jack type with a tip element..."

the word "phono" is incorrect. It should be "phone." A phono jack is an RCA style connector commonly used in audio applications (derived from phonograph). Phone jacks, as the name implies, originated for use with patch cords for manual telephone switchboards.


1 Comments | Perm-a-link | 2/3/2009



Jan
24
2009

Here we go

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Here we go

I wish that this clip wasn't edited so much, however, still very intresting.



Robert Reich, Obamas economic advisor doesnt want recovery jobs for "White Male Construction Workers" Charlie Rangel says Middle class wont fight back Charlie Rangel and Robert Reich are conspiring to ensure SOCIAL ENGINEERING and WEALTH REDISTRIBUTION



What They Said:

BBS says Hey on 1/27/2009
I am a white male construction worker, I want some bailout too. In case no one has told you the construction market is HORRIBLE now!


1 Comments | Perm-a-link | 1/24/2009


Jan
21
2009

Yes We Can?

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Yes We Can?

Below is from Dave Lozo Dot Com

Look. I'm all for Obama. But all of these people (especially the well-to-do white ones) today who are getting all emotional and weepy and in awe of all the "history" taking place...are you people OK? Like, are you OK in the head? Obama won the election two months ago. I understood the need for tears and all that then. But getting emotional about the inauguration is like getting emotional during the ring ceremony after your favorite team wins the Super Bowl. Can we let Obama, I don't know, do something first? “Blind faith in your leaders, or in anything, will get you killed.” Or are we going to have to praise and cry over all of Obama's firsts? First White House dump, first trip to Europe, first vacation, first ride in Air Force One, first fart on the White House couch, first time rubbing one out when Michelle and the kids are away for the day. I'm glad we're not treating Obama differently because he's, you know, Hawaiian.


Can't agree more.

I'm with you on the Historical significance of the day, but come on people. How does this DIRECTLY effect you?
Do I hope the economy turns around?
Yes, absolutely.
Does the POTUS have the magic button to make that happen?
Absolutely not.

I'm all for change, it was time for GWB to go, but please, can the guy actually do something before we get all weak kneed?

0 Comments | Perm-a-link | 1/21/2009


Dec
3
2008

Stores Closing

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Stores Closing

If you tend to give gift cards around the holidays; you need to be careful that the cards will be honored after the holidays. Stores that are planning to close after Christmas are still selling the cards through the holidays even though the cards will be worthless January 1. There is no law preventing them from doing this. On the contrary, it is referred to as 'Bankruptcy Planning). Below is a partial list of stores that you need to be cautious about.
Circuit City (filed Chapter 11)
Ann Taylor - 117 stores nationwide closing
Lane Bryant, Fashion Bug ,and Catherine's to close 150 stores nationwide
Eddie Bauer to close stores 27 stores and more after January
Cache will close all stores
Talbots closing down specialty stores
J. Jill closing all stores (owned by Talbots)
Pacific Sunwear (also owned by Talbots)
GAP closing 85 stores
Footlocker closing 140 stores More to close after January
Wickes Furniture closing down
Levitz closing down remaining stores
Bombay closing remaining stores
Zales closing down 82 stores and 105 after January
Whitehall closing all stores
Piercing Pagoda closing all stores
Disney closing 98 stores and will close more after January.
Home Depot closing 15 stores
Macys to close 9 stores after January
Linens and Things closing all stores
Movie Galley closing all stores
Pep Boys closing 33 stores
Sprint/Nextel closing 133 stores
JC Penney closing a number of stores after January
Ethan Allen closing down 12 stores.
Wilson Leather closing down all stores
Sharper Image closing down all stores
K B Toys closing 356 stores
Dillard's to close some stores
Tweeter closed all stores

0 Comments | Perm-a-link | 12/3/2008


Dec
1
2008

I'm with stupid

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I'm with stupid

8 Clubs You Probably Couldn't Join
It seems that mensa is for simpletons, the most well known high-iq society on earth is actually at the bottom of the pile when it comes to intelligence based clubs, a world presumably filled with a huge amount of back-slapping and cryptic in-jokes, and is probably scoffed at by members of other clubs whose mere existence is baffling to normal humans.

name: Mensa
iq required for entry: 132
percentage of the population who would fail: 98%
number of members: approx. 100,000

At first glance the numbers look impressive. An iq of 132 is more than respectable and to be in the top 2% is good going.

Until you look at these

8. Ultranet
iq required: 164
percentile: 99.997%
members: <100

7. Prometheus Society
iq required: 164
percentile: 99.997%
members: 65

6. Helliq Society
iq required: 164
percentile: 99.997%
members: 39

5. Mega Society
iq required: 176
percentile: 99.9999%
members: 26

4. Pi Society
iq required: 176
percentile: 99.9999%
members: 8

3. Pars Society
iq required: 180
percentile: 99.99997%
members: 37

2. Olympiq Society
iq required: 180
percentile: 99.99997%
members: 12

1. Giga Society
iq required: 196
percentile: 99.9999999%
members: 7

To put that into some kind of perspective, the Giga Society is so difficult to gain entry to that approximately 6 out of every 6 billion people on earth are eligible.

What They Said:

LBF says WHoa on 12/2/2008
i iz ah membuah of all of deeze dere klubs.


1 Comments | Perm-a-link | 12/1/2008


Nov
12
2008

50 Things about the President Elect

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50 Things about the President Elect


By Jon Swaine
Last Updated: 3:40PM GMT 11 Nov 2008

• He collects Spider-Man and Conan the Barbarian comics
• He was known as "O'Bomber" at high school for his skill at basketball
• His name means "one who is blessed" in Swahili
• His favourite meal is wife Michelle's shrimp linguini
• He won a Grammy in 2006 for the audio version of his memoir, Dreams From My Father
• He is left-handed – the sixth post-war president to be left-handed
• He has read every Harry Potter book
• He owns a set of red boxing gloves autographed by Muhammad Ali
• He worked in a Baskin-Robbins ice cream shop as a teenager and now can't stand ice cream
• His favourite snacks are chocolate-peanut protein bars
• He ate dog meat, snake meat, and roasted grasshopper while living in Indonesia
• He can speak Spanish
• While on the campaign trail he refused to watch CNN and had sports channels on instead
• His favourite drink is black forest berry iced tea
• He promised Michelle he would quit smoking before running for president – he didn't
• He kept a pet ape called Tata while in Indonesia
• He can bench press an impressive 200lbs
• He was known as Barry until university when he asked to be addressed by his full name
• His favourite book is Moby-Dick by Herman Melville
• He visited Wokingham, Berks, in 1996 for the stag party of his half-sister's fiancι, but left when a stripper arrived
• His desk in his Senate office once belonged to Robert Kennedy
• He and Michelle made $4.2 million (£2.7 million) last year, with much coming from sales of his books
• His favourite films are Casablanca and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
• He carries a tiny Madonna and child statue and a bracelet belonging to a soldier in Iraq for good luck
• He applied to appear in a black pin-up calendar while at Harvard but was rejected by the all-female committee.
• His favourite music includes Miles Davis, Bob Dylan, Bach and The Fugees
• He took Michelle to see the Spike Lee film Do The Right Thing on their first date
• He enjoys playing Scrabble and poker
• He doesn't drink coffee and rarely drinks alcohol
• He would have liked to have been an architect if he were not a politician
• As a teenager he took drugs including marijuana and cocaine
• His daughters' ambitions are to go to Yale before becoming an actress (Malia, 10) and to sing and dance (Sasha, 7)
• He hates the youth trend for trousers which sag beneath the backside
• He repaid his student loan only four years ago after signing his book deal
• His house in Chicago has four fire places
• Daughter Malia's godmother is Jesse Jackson's daughter Santita
• He says his worst habit is constantly checking his BlackBerry
• He uses an Apple Mac laptop
• He drives a Ford Escape Hybrid, having ditched his gas-guzzling Chrysler 300
• He wears $1,500 (£952) Hart Schaffner Marx suits
• He owns four identical pairs of black size 11 shoes
• He has his hair cut once a week by his Chicago barber, Zariff, who charges $21 (£13)
• His favourite fictional television programmes are Mash and The Wire
• He was given the code name "Renegade" by his Secret Service handlers
• He was nicknamed "Bar" by his late grandmother
• He plans to install a basketball court in the White House grounds
• His favourite artist is Pablo Picasso
• His speciality as a cook is chilli
• He has said many of his friends in Indonesia were "street urchins"
• He keeps on his desk a carving of a wooden hand holding an egg, a Kenyan symbol of the fragility of life
• His late father was a senior economist for the Kenyan government


What They Said:

gfbj / utopia4all.org says script lib: textarea maxlength on 7/21/2009
Interesting solution:

http://psacake.com/web/js.asp

But...using onkeypress to limit textarea character count misses when people paste w/ mouse.
you need to add:
onblur="if(this.value.length>15)this.value=this.value.substr(0,15);"


1 Comments | Perm-a-link | 11/12/2008


Nov
11
2008

Veterans Day

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Veterans Day

Thanks to all the Veterans, and ooh-rah to the Marines on their Birthday.


0 Comments | Perm-a-link | 11/11/2008


Nov
7
2008

Digital TV

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Digital TV


Forget it, old people. No more TV for you starting in 2009.



0 Comments | Perm-a-link | 11/7/2008



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