Reminding us that perhaps mom wasn’t telling the truth every time….
Afterall, if it’s real, why not show it to everyone? Here’s a great xkcd strip to illustrate: This had the subtitle: Facebook defines relationships. ‘Yeah, we would have broken up last night, but the net connection was down.’ Blogged with Flock Tags: Facebook, xkcd
I think that the single largest source of mirth at the Thanksgiving dinner was Dan’s xkcd tshirt. Dan and I were the only ones who knew what this meant. Dave was the only other person capable of grasping it. Everyone else kept asking Dan to explain the shirt over and over. No matter how many […]
from the brilliant mind over at xkcd who captured exactly how I feel when I’m apart from my better half:
Another great comic brought to us by xkcd:
another great one from xkcd: What did you think when you saw the first panel? I thought of Roadrunner cartoons RIGHT AWAY!
xkcd has this one for you:
This weekend was pretty great. I got to spend a lot of time with my wife. They were supposed to call her in on Saturday, but it got canceled, so that made our time together more enjoyable. Dan came over and we watched him play Guitar Hero 2 on the PS2. I gave it a […]
Another great comic from xkcd:
“Wikipedian Protester” from the great mind behind xkcd. Every time politicians speak, I want to question their numbers, to force them to quantify where it came from. No one has the balls to do this out there other than Colbert and John Stewart who will play back to back quotes of politicians contradicting their selves. […]
Yet another awesome xkcd comic:
Another wonderful comic from xkcd:
Again, courtesy of xkcd, here’s one I just can’t stop going back to look at.
I found this great web comic, xkcd, courtesy of my brother Dan. I don’t know how the site is overall and they do have a warning that some strips could be bad, but I found this one hilarious. I love this particular strip because of the crazy circular logic involved to keep yourself sane if […]