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 Disclaimer : The only way I make money from this, is by printing my own with this computer.


TackyTed's Idol

A true American Idol, one of the few people you can trust.  This guy tells it like it is and he has no agenda.  I knew y'all would guess it. Yep it's the good ole' tech grouch.

A centerpiece for the table should never be anything prepared by a taxidermist


iPad, what's in the name Apple?

The way the tech reporters are talking.  Apple has used a poor choice in it's naming of the iPad (pad).  If Apple would have talked to females (51 % of the population) they would have never used iPad for the tablet name. 

It seems that these teck guys are reporting that women only think of the use for  the word pad, only refers to "maxi pad".  Well then don't take a note on that pad of paper. Let's hope you never get transported to a hospital roofs helipad marked with a circle and a letter "H".  Now we know why NASA is on the chopping block for funds. It's the use of "launch pad" that did them in.

Apple used the name for branding. iPod iPhone iPad. It's a no brainer.

But the hidden fact just might be:

Think some suckers in the media will make reference to maxi pad.  I'm sure of it, remember that old SNL video on uTube.  Once the media gets wind of it, and the word pad in iPad, we'll get even more Free Press.

You tech reporters, just got used! Don't feel bad, you got it from the best in the business, Apple!


 iPad Prankster: Jason Calacanis

 iTalks About Tweets (07:18)


Here's a few definitions

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) -


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Protective gear


  • In electronics manufacturing, a flat surface used to make electrical contact. A special case is bonding pads, to which components are soldered
  • In audio and RF electronics, an attenuator
  • Pressure pad, sensitive to pressure
  • The iPad is a tablet released by Apple Inc.




You know You always wanted to Know (Something Smells)

I had to get away from the doom and gloom of the world for a bit. So this should stink up this site a bit. Fart'n

Facts About Your Farts

Source: Online Education


A News Years Resolution

My News Years resolutions - 新年伊始所作的新年规划, 新年的决心

  • Learn to speak Chinese, as they own US and the'll be here by 2013 running the show.

 憤世嫉俗的, 冷嘲的, 諷刺的


Outdoor Xmas Lites - More Power

It happens once a year, I forget myself and try to do something nice.

Thus I (WE) hang out a few (14,500) Christmas lights.




How it was over the years:

  • The 40's.    They Came.  Recovery near Roswell, NM of extra-terrestrial life forms.  Of course this was the typical government cover-up. 
  • The 50's.    America was Great.  Long live Rock 'N' Roll, Elvis lives down the road and is an old fart just like me. Poke ya with them car fins.
  • The 60's.    Pope runs the country. with JFK,  the original Hippies, not the copy cats we have today. We mooned the world along with Women's Lib,  Did I see you at Woodstock? More Power, Muscle Cars!
  • The 70's.    Nixon voted for him, no one else did when asked. He did get over 60% of the popular vote.  Made money on his statments as I did just the opposite of what he said. Shame you can't trust the words of those in power to day, WishWash.
  • The 80's.    Politically Correct  I missed that Memo. Lets not hurt someone's feelings, Let us raise a bunch of Wimps, we did and we're paying the price. When will Ronald Reagan be on Mount Rushmore?
  • The 90's.     Greed was Good  What's this WWW?
  • The 00's.    HotAir Green this Green that.
  • The 10's.    12 21 2012  We only have four years left (Now Days Left) to find BigFoot, before the END comes.  Note: “If the world comes to an end, I want to be in Cincinnati.  Everything there comes ten years later.”  Frequently attributed to 176-year-old Mark Twain, this quote encapsulates how the city was viewed in the 19th century.


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