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dec 7 2007

From ha to hahahahahah

Delicious links for December 14th 2007

  • Measure your degree of “funnyness” when you get an online reaction. There’s a world of difference between ha and hahahahah!
  • “Breaking news”, it said on the television “Firefighters to deal with not just the fire, also with people in the middle of the road ejaculating“.
    Pardon?
    Either somebody made a giant Freudian lapsus here, OR this was an automated closed captioning that overheated.
    Unless there’s a new kind of fetish on fires that has spread in the U.S, or that ejaculating on a fire has been found to be a really good way to put it out (but why would people be doing it in the middle of the street then?).
  • Google API for charts. Might come in handy one day. To display impressive stats and trendlines about people googling for “Véronique de Kock naaktfoto’s” or something. But still handy.
  • Godwin’s law (also known as Godwin’s Rule of Nazi Analogies) is an adage that states: “As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one.”
    Yves Leterme, comparing the RTBf to Radio Milles Collines in his interview with Belang van Limburg today, takes this law to the realm of Belgian politics… How low can you sink??? (via Om ter Saaist).