OK, so we suck at bringing you a show every week. But we promise that when we do, they'll be as explosive and ridiculous as this one right here! We revisit the idea of multitasking, but this time, we focus on functional clothing. That and we insult you a whole lot. Thou wimpled plume-plucked pignut!
Ep. 180: The multitasking clothes episode
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A Propos (of) Nothing
The Shakespearean insult generator
Tool Time (jealous edition)
World’s largest yacht shoots frickin’ laser beams
It’s About Time
Devon Tread 1 watch keeps your wrist busy at all times
Hope you are feeling better today. I’m sorry it took so long to get this done, but I’ve been editing student films non-stop for the last few weeks. I simply didn’t have an hour to spare to get it done. However, here is your “Never Ending Story” promo for Gadgettes…
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Hey J, K, L, M, & N,
I have something to add to your “Nerd Venn Diagram” from last week. *Ahem*:
While the Nerd Venn Diagram seemed quite accurate, it failed to include an important part of our sociality: areas of interest. Geeks, as we know, are incredibly fond of technological gadgets, some to the point of fanboyism. Nerds on the other hand are more interested in the advanced sciences such as quantum physics, calculus, and string theory, as well as electronic technology. Dweebs are also very interested in the sciences, but are a little more exuberant in their fascination. Dorks….well, dorks are stuck hopelessly in the middle; smart, over exuberant, technologically savvy, but not really majoring in any of it.
Therefore, I give a modified version of the Nerd Venn Diagram. Granted, these are merely my own personal musing, based on limited study and research; but I believe if such studies were to be conducted, the results would be very similar.
Keep up the extraordinary work,
JoshuaCaleb: Author, Geek
P.S. I included an mp3 of my reading of the email in my own personal “Geek” voice. (Sorry about the quality, my computer mic wasn’t working very well.)
Cheezburger networks have a new blog: If Shoes Could Kill.
And look! Tech! … kindof.
Tsaot (Pronounced say-ought, not sow-tea Molly)
P.S. I’m willing to bet I’m not the first to send this in.