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April 26, 2007

Three Thoughts On AI

Would it be heartless of me to say, "please no more telethons?"

Speaking of heartless, I'd like to "Imagine" there's no John Lennon. Oh that's right, there isn't!

And finally, ain't no way you're going to eradicate malaria with mosquito nets. Sorry.

Posted by annika, Apr. 26, 2007 | TrackBack (0)
Rubric: Arts


...Oh yeah, it's easy if you try.

I make my own DDT in the garage.

Posted by: Casca on Apr. 26, 2007

No, it wouldn't. In fact, it would be a humane request.

I know Ellen is rich as hell, but I was still impressed that she busted out the wallet to the tune of $100 K. That was pretty damn cool.

Posted by: blu on Apr. 26, 2007

Amen, Amen, and Amen!

Posted by: Ed on Apr. 26, 2007

If an author publishes a work that is remembered for generations, then that author is still considered "living" in some weird way. And even if that weren't the case, there's a whole slew of lawyers that is paid to make sure that John Lennon's money goes to the right place (which may not be Julian - he sold rights to his income from his father's songs).

Posted by: Ontario Emperor on Apr. 26, 2007


I think its more likely you smoke the DDT out in the garage.

And what the f is this thread about anyway? Telethons for artificial inteligence? Is this to raise money for DIck Chaney so next time he can go over to Langley and buy the good stuff (by good I of course mean real).

Posted by: Strawman on Apr. 26, 2007

Since I haven't seen any of this season's episodes, I can't tell if this topic is based on some Aqua Teen Hunger Force reference. The thing about mosquito nets sounds like something Carl would say.

Posted by: reagan80 on Apr. 26, 2007

Ah, the syphillitic ramblings of strawfuck will not be missed.

Posted by: Casca on Apr. 27, 2007


It's nice to know they make your heart skip a beat.

Why don't you put down the DDT pipe, try focusing your bloodshot eyes and go read what George Tenant has to say about that criminal Chaney.

Posted by: Strawman on Apr. 27, 2007