Samsung has come out with a TV that is integrated with microphones and cameras as well as voice recognition, cool right? Like I wasn't paranoid enough to begin with, these " there appears to be no physical indication of the mic and camera's status, so consumers have no way of knowing when they're being monitored, or by whom... "
Believe That Stuff?? OMG, no more picking your nose or crying to those ASPCA commercials or whatever, you know the ones with Sarah McGlaughlin or however you spell her name...you get the idea....just sit still and maybe, JUST MAYBE they won't see you!
+ = No thanks Samsung, I'd much rather pick my nose in privacy.... :)
So yeah, if anybody knows me, I am sooo far away from any sort of musical talent, but , I ran across this and HAD to post it, it's insane!! Not sure if it's legit or not, but it's on the internet it has to be true right??? BWAHAAA!!!
Everybody knows the guitar: It's been famously played by everyone from douchebags unsuccessfully trying to impress girls, to even bigger douchebags very successfully trying to impress girls. The only way it could be more badass is if you scaled that bastard up, and ravaged the eardrums of Squares with your skyscraper-sized axe. Or you could take the opposite tack: Build a fully functional guitar...about the size of a red blood cell. And that's been done. This is the Nanoguitar, developed by Dustin Carr of the Cornell Nanofabrication Facility in 1997:
"Yeah, sweetheart. The guitar is just in my blood, you know? Literally. There's like eight thousand tiny guitars in my veins."
Its entire length is about one-twentieth of the diameter of a piece of hair, and each is string only 100 atoms wide. Unfortunately, that means it's so small that the music it plays is inaudible to human ear, and that takes a little away from its coolness: Guitars aren't bitchin' because they're so quiet and peaceful. But it makes up cool points in other ways, like the method for using it: This guitar is played by firing lasers at the strings. So you can clumsily pick out the Bond theme on the Nanoguitar, then turn right around and use your pick to kill him.
If there is one message to be taken from Snow White, Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella and countless other children's stories throughout history, it is this: Old people cannot be trusted. They will feed you poison, lock you in ovens and generally try to devour your youth by any means necessary. Even in your everyday life you can see it in the eyes of senior citizens, the hunger loosely knitted on their dangling faces as they shamble through the streets, through empty restaurants and gardens, through the parking lot of the local mall where you and the rest of the survivors are holed up with only one gun.
Yeah, sorry, but I thought this was hilarious!!! I don't have anything against MOST old people, but some ...AAAAAND I really didn't know what to write about...so thanks again to Cracked.com for this wonderful tidbit of information. :)
I was flying around the interwebs tonight and came upon acroos a story about & Horrifying Historical origins of corporate logos....
AAAAAND everybody knows THIS particular logo RIGHT?
Have you ever wondered either what this symbol was or what it has to do with Starbucks ...well, it's a Siren and according to Greek Mythology, sirens are " Brutal sociopaths who murder you by being attractive" (cracked.com) and the symbol usually stands for...wait for it, wait for it....OBSESSION, ADDICTION and DEATH!!
Sooo fitiing for coffee right? Because I don't know about you, but I am freakily obsessed with my Caramel Frappacino (with 2 extra shots of espresso) which means I addicted...and if I don't get my fix...someone will DIE!!
Kind of scary right?? I fit all the "qualifications" they're shooting for...so maybe I should be a spokesperson and get some money from them , considering I spend enough money for them....win/win :)
Happy Weekend Everyone !! Stay out of trouble...love, peace, chicken grease :)
Well Hello Peoples!!
What's new and exciting in your world?? I've got nothing really....shocking, it's cold and crappy and I don't want to leave my house ,when I actually get the chance to be there for more than 20 minutes.
So what do you do with your time Nesa? ....funny you should ask that...well, I've finally got caught up in the wonderful world of Youtube goodness! Yeah, I'm a little late, but like i said, I haven't really left my house lately so now I sit and surf stupid stuff on Youtube and came across this little gem....
Never Say No To A Panda....I'm sorry, but I LOST IT when I seen that video!!
So yeah, GOOOO YOUTUBE for letting me kill thousands of braincells staring blankly at my computer screen for hours...I thought that's what Facebook was for?!?!
Bye Folks..Love, Peace, Chicken Grease!! xoxo