July 11th, 2010

headdesk

This is SO funny!

This is SO funny! Spotted on siliconshaman, here:

The article: Facebook Wants to Be Your One True Login

The funny is in the comments on that article and the section the author has had to add to the article:
Dear visitors from Google. This site is not Facebook. This is a website called ReadWriteWeb that reports on news about Facebook and other Internet services. You can however click here and become a Fan of ReadWriteWeb on Facebook, to receive our updates and learn more about the Internet. To access Facebook right now, click here. For future reference, type "facebook.com" into your browser address bar or enter "facebook" into Google and click on the first result. We recommend that you then save Facebook as a bookmark in your browser.


My comment (on page 54 of the comments):
This is SO funny! Who goes to a website like Facebook without using a bookmark or the URL anyway?! *facepalm* Some people should just step away from the keyboard, turn of the peecee and return it to the shop telling the shop that they are too stupid to be on the internet! *headdesk* ROFLMAO!!
puffin

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Also spotted on siliconshaman, here:

Worrying signs of extinction level event being triggered by BP oil disaster.

"Methane is now streaming through the porous, rocky seabed at an accelerated rate and gushing from the borehole of the first relief well. The EPA is on record that Rig #1 is releasing methane, benzene, hydrogen sulfide and other toxic gases. Workers there now wear advanced protection including state-of-the-art, military-issued gas masks.


Reports, filtering through from oceanologists and salvage workers in the region, state that the upper level strata of the ocean floor is succumbing to greater and greater pressure. That pressure is causing a huge expanse of the seabed-estimated by some as spreading over thousands of square miles surrounding the BP wellhead-to bulge. Some claim the seabed in the region has risen an astounding 30 feet.
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A huge gash on the ocean floor—like a ragged wound hundreds of feet long—has been reported by the NOAA research ship, Thomas Jefferson. Before the curtain of the government enforced news blackout again descended abruptly, scientists aboard the ship voiced their concerns that the widening rift may go down miles into the earth.

That gash too is hemorrhaging oil and methane. It’s 10 miles away from the BP epicenter. Other, new fissures, have been spotted as far as 30 miles distant."


Uh oh…