Sunday, March 22, 2009

I'm sorry; it's the geek in me!

First, some "A guy walks into a bar" jokes:

Descartes walks into a bar. The bartender asks, "Would you like a beer?" Descartes replies, "I think not", then disappeared.

A neutron walks into a bar and orders a beer. The bartender sets the beer down and says, "For you, no charge!"

A professor walks into a bar and orders a double martinous. The bartender says, "you mean a double martini?" The professor says, "If I want more than one I'll ask for it."

Shakespeare walks into a bar and asks the bartender for a beer. "I can't serve you." says the bartender. "You're Bard!"

And now for some bumper stickers:

The generation of random numbers is too important to leave to chance.

Black holes are where God divided by zero.

Resistance is futile (if > 1 ohm)

There's no place like

And now this one - just because I live in Tulsa:

Forget world peace; visualize using your turn signal.

I'll get back to politics tomorrow, folks!


  1. Anonymous10:44 AM

    Wonderful! I am not a geek. What is Is this from The Wizard of Oz? Marilyn

  2. Try this that I found at is a reserved IP address corresponding to the host computer. Known as the loopback address, is used whenever a program needs to access a network service running on the same computer as itself. Although mainly used as a testing and development address, the loopback address can be used to access local services, such as webservers, that are usually only accessed over a network and have no local interface. Additionally, most modern operating systems that implement TCP/IP regard the name "localhost" as being equivalent to
    So, it's kind of like "home" in computer-speak.

  3. Ellie, the turn signal sticker ought to be WELDED onto every car's bumper!! :-D

    Thanks for the laughs!

    Jaliya xo

  4. Ha! Jaliya. Ain't that the truth??? :-)


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