* Posts by Brad Darwin

5 posts • joined 18 Jun 2008

Wrong kind of winter brings England to a halt

Brad Darwin

Needs a title

As a Canadian I must say that I am disappointed in my fellow members of the Commonwealth. It takes a good half meter of snow before we even THINK of shutting down the buses here, and even then the subways would keep running (because they're, you know, underground). Even after all those are shut down we keep driving our cars, the vast majority of which are just front wheel drive sedans, none of this AWD or 4WD crap.

We don't turn a couple inches into international news.

Opera sings praises of Microsoft-browser statement

Brad Darwin

Hold up

Wait... If Microsoft isn't allowed to include Internet Explorer on Windows, what do I use to download the browser I WANT to use?

Seems to me that at least SOMETHING has to be included by default...

'Miracle' plane crash was no miracle

Brad Darwin
Black Helicopters

Global Warming Made This Worse

If it weren't for global warming, the pilot could have landed on the FROZEN Hudson river and no one would have gotten wet. Also, the birds would have been living further south to stay warm.

Sun pimps out OpenOffice as Microsoft 'clarifies' Office for web

Brad Darwin


Of course, since OpenOffice is OPENsource, there's no reason for anyone not to simply put out there own version without the ads...

Isn't there?

Stray left foot washes up on Vancouver beach

Brad Darwin
Black Helicopters

There is an explination

The story they've been floating around is that these are just the feet of regular old missing/drowned/dead bodies. The bodies sink once they've been in the water long enough, but the ankle joint is fairly weak and breaks as decomposition begins. Since the feet were all encased in trainers (which are buoyant), they float to the surface once free of the body. The foot washes ashore, leaving the rest of the body behind.

The fact that there have been four left feet is just coincidence.

Black helicopter because this is what they WANT you to believe.

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