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January 4, 2008
Friday Squid Blogging: Lolcat with Squid
Lolcat with squid.
Posted on January 4, 2008 at 4:19 PM
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Nah, it's a lolsquid with cat. :)
Bruce, these days you are really trying hard to get humour to this blog.
Please...I beg of you, just say no to LOLCATS. Please. It's the dumbest thing ever to hit the Internet. I know you already have a high IQ, but raise it a few more points by never endorsing LOLCATS ever again!
I agree, Bruce shouldn't be promoting Lolcats, he should be promoting Lolsquids instead.
Iz I haz calamariburger?
I recently added your blog's RSS feed to my reader because I expected it to be about security but I must admit that I am extremely disappointed by the inclusion of so much extraneous, off-topic. and frankly not that funny material.
I recently added your blog's RSS feed to my reader because I expected it to be about security and I must admit I do get a chortle by the extraneaous, off-topic, and mostly funny material.
For the newcomer(s):
It's traditional for Bruce to sign off on Friday with a squid related post. It might be about a serious squid-related scientific discovery, it might be a picture of a knitted squid, it might (now) be a LOLSquid, it might even involve Josephson junctions nestling in liquid helium.
If you're put off by the increasing references to humour in this blog I suggest you google "russia communism humour" for a possible explanation for Bruce's increasing need to refer to humour while tacking security related topics.
Anyway, I thought that picture had more of the Cthulhu and less of the squid about it.
Put the cat and the squid in water together and see how compatible they are.
Important distinction: I did not state or imply that the cat should be drowned.
JackG't: That's a good idea. Where can we get some of that nifty heavily oxygenated "breathable" liquid stuff?
Probably need some sedatives for the cat so that it would deal with so much water without a heart attack...
I recently added your blog's RSS feed to my reader because I expected it to be about squid but I must admit that I am extremely disappointed by the inclusion of so much security related material.
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