I looked in the local paper today, they had a long term forecast on what sort of a winter we were in for by Environment Canada, The Weather Network, AccuWeather, Old Farmers Almanac and one other, whose name escapes me at the moment.
AND GUESS WHAT, BUNKY?
All five of them were completely different.
Personally, I still rely on a 100% accurate method of telling what the weather is like!
It’s called AccuWindow!
Two young brothers from Mayville, Wisconsin, are likely hoping they haven’t landed on Santa’s naughty list after police showed up at their doorstep.
The boys, ages 3 and 6, thought the best way to get in touch with the North Pole was by phone. And for youngsters of that age, their Christmas lists could be considered an emergency.
So, the brothers used their Dad’s cellphone to place a 911 call, hoping to be connected with the North Pole and the big guy himself.
The Beaver Dam Daily Citizen says that brought Mayville police to their home where officers gave the boys some advice. If you want to talk to Santa, do it in person.
The navy is conducting a detailed investigation on how she got on the sub in the first place!
Speaking of nonsensical bullshit, some of the media are up in arms that Jian Ghomeshi booked a guests on his show that shared the same lawyer and agent that he used.
They claim it is a conflict of interest …………….., and we claim that it is something to write about on a slow news day!
Those mind-bending days are over. Google announced Wednesday the launch of “No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA,” which gets rid of CAPTCHAs — those complicated distorted word puzzles — and can tell you’re not a robot with just one click. Now the person just has to click a checkbox next to the statement “I’m not a robot.”
With this new technology, Google says it can tell the difference between a human and an automated program simply by the way in which the person moves the mouse in the moments before the click. But in some rare cases, one click might not deliver confirmation, and a pop-up window will require users to solve distorted text.
AND FINALLY: Cat got your tongue?
Nope, Jason Puckett has it!
DeLand police say 44-year-old Jason Puckett was charged last week with misdemeanor theft after a Wal-Mart security guard spotted him slipping two packages of tongue into his waistband.
But the guard told authorities Puckett then removed the tongue from his pants when he didn’t think he was being watched and ran from the store.
Jail records show Puckett remained in jail Tuesday. Bail was set at $2,500.
A public defender assigned to Puckett did not immediately return a call seeking comment.