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I think someone must have slipped the product development team at Nabisco some meth.
Oreos are an amazing food product. They are, in fact, probably my favorite cookie (I’m a fan of the golden variety). But what on earth would possess the makers of the greatest sandwich cookie in the universe to go on this recent insane quest to make as many different new varieties as possible.
Okay, I kind of get the motivation for candy corn Oreos. It was Halloween, after all, and that was a novelty. But looking through amazon, one is assaulted with all sorts of Oreo insanity. Aren’t they worried about brand dilution (not to mention that some of these flavors sound even more potentially-vile than candy corn):
In the midst of an epic (although, sucky so far) weekend of baseball right outside my window here at Fenway, I came across this blog entry. Reblogging here so that my readers (baseball fans and otherwise) might appreciate.
Dear Izzy, Max, and Kate,
I’ve been trying to slow the pace of our life lately. It occurred to me that the deliberately slow approach to the game is what makes me love baseball so much. I enjoy all sports, but there’s something special about baseball that helps me relax. You girls aren’t too excited about my love for baseball, but I’m happy to have a partner now in you, Max. You love to watch “ball”.
Here are 5 reasons we should be okay with living our life like a game of baseball:
1. It’s worth the wait: I think most baseball fans would agree that Albert Pujols is the most feared hitter in the game right now. Pujols career batting average in the majors is .328 and he’s never hit fewer than 32 homeruns in a season during his 11 year career. As of today he has 445…
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Yes. I want one. Right Now.
From the Chicago Tribune’s review:
…a bacon and cheese sandwich where bread is replaced with fried chicken. Re-read that last sentence, and just try to grasp its cultural significance. The toothpaste is out of the proverbial tube.
…Double Down’s larger implication is that KFC has broken through a barrier of culinary decency, besmirching the good name of sandwiches and all that is honorable… The absence of bread robs this “sandwich” of dignity.
All told, the ripples from this landmark product launch will be significant. Stand-up comedians will construct 10-minute riffs around this. Taco Bell will follow suit and introduce a taco called the Carne Go-Torta, where the tortilla shell is replaced with a meat sleeve. Freedom-loathing terrorists will hate us for this. I can see it now.
America, just because you can, it doesn’t mean you have to.
Randall Munroe of XKCD hits the nail on the head with this one:
“The weird sense of duty really good sysadmins have can border on the sociopathic, but it’s nice to know that it stands between the forces of darkness and your cat blog’s servers.”
“We came, we saw, we kicked it’s ass!”
Trust me, it’s catchy. Watch it twice.
That said, in a few years there will be a generation of adults for whom The Goonies is not the nostalgic icon that it is for us. And those people are going to ask you why you have a tattoo of a retarded pirate on your arm. If there are any measures you can take to prepare yourself for this outcome, you should probably do it.
…and that’s sad.
An awesome retro news report from 1988 about the super scary Morris Worm. Centered on MIT, it features none other than jis himself a few times. And an amish part-time virus hunter cum MIT student? Courtesy of The Scottographer .
Some good quotes:
“the students were safe … their computers were not.”
“the suspect, somewhere…. a dark genius.”