In the beginning, things were simple. That's arguably because people were far more stupid, but let's not split hairs. The point is, along came scientists with their fancy protractors, Bunsen burners and diesel-powered speedboats to complicate everything. Today there are scientific abominations all around us — and yes — they are …
Of Man and Pack Mules
I agree with Nic (drats - you beat me to it).
A virtually maintenance-free, bio-fuel driven, quiet, cheap version would indeed be worthwhile ....... it's called a donkey.
Methinks these scientists don't know their robot from their ass!
Re; EEE PC Chimera-babe
...so how many breasts do sheep have?
(...Drops a quarter in the old jukebox and punches up D4 for the Flamingos singing "I Only have Eyes for Ewe"...)
Re: Dagahra Quick Stats - Be Afraid
Hm... Sounds like the type of stuff I used to think up when playing, when I was 8 or 10... Maybe I was influenced by the Jap shows, though, which wouldn't help.
Re: Large Hardon Collider
Large Hardon Collider? HARDON?! Ooooohhh...
"the only place where human bone marrow and sheep fetuses should be mixed together is the grinder in a hotdog factory."
Good one... :-)
Glad I wasn't drinking coffee when I read that.
as for Large Hardon Collider?
By Anonymous Coward
erm, pictures speak louder
Aussie space programme
As an Aussie that just sends chills down my spine and yes you should be scared too. I can only picture some bogan with a rusted out holden ute with a rocket strapped to the back holding a tinnie yelling out "she'll be right" I got me flannie case it goes tits up"
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