rumpelstiltskin: They got one thing right. Anyone who "types" is a biatch. Men hammer their keyboards with two fingers, like men. Anyone who uses his pinky or whatever, he's a biatch. "I use all my fingers, because it's so much faster." Yeah, fark you. Stick all your fingers up your ass, because that's where you like them. Like a biatch likes them.
Larry Mahnken: It appears that this ad is marketed towards Supervillains.
Larry Mahnken: [img.gawkerassets.com image 640x795]It appears that this ad is marketed towards Supervillains.
J. Frank Parnell: Had to look up this insanity and all these words are from clockwork orange as milk ingredients. If a real milk company made this ad that's pretty bold.
Radioactive Ass: J. Frank Parnell: Had to look up this insanity and all these words are from clockwork orange as milk ingredients. If a real milk company made this ad that's pretty bold.Or Kubrick drew from real life ads knowing that at least some of his audience would recognize it and make the movie even more real lifelike in a surreal setting.
red5ish: A Clockwork Orange was written by Anthony Burgess, not Stanley Kubrick, and all that stuff was made up or invented.
MrEricSir: [img20.imageshack.us image 546x405]Worked for the iPhone 4.
Ishkur: let's not forget[static.thesocietypages.org image 400x512]
Hertzfeld: Ishkur: let's not forget[static.thesocietypages.org image 400x512]As someone who does print product design, and ... someone who now feels slightly OCD because of the forthcoming admission, the break in the word curative is unforgivable.
Prophet of Loss: National Oils Seals actually do protect the machines of tomorrow ... er today:Link
J. Frank Parnell: [img.gawkerassets.com image 640x700]Had to look up this insanity and all these words are from clockwork orange as milk ingredients. If a real milk company made this ad that's pretty bold.
wildcardjack: Sorry, Bohn, but the biggest rotary buckets are 98% steel, 2% copper for the motors.Prophet of Loss: National Oils Seals actually do protect the machines of tomorrow ... er today:LinkIn class I was taught that bearings had been figured out. Build to the catalog or better. Bearings from the catalogue were good for 90 million revolutions at their rated capacity, just calculate a load factor to see if there's an issue.I've been going through "The Black Star Passes" by John W Campbell, 1930, and it's hilarious just how wrong he was. Even as an intelligent man of science he was fractally wrong about the future of air transport, semiconductors, applications of quantum mechanics, and stellar formation. He actually reflected a belief that planets were ejected from proto-stars, which emitted their radiation from nuclear decay (fission) rather than nucleosynthesis (fusion) because he was about three years ahead of fusion.If you want to get really freaky in scifi, Doc Smith's Lensman series starts with a premise about disconnecting the ships from the field that imbues them with mass. Essentially, Higgs Field cancellation. As in our ultimate best bet in building FTL spacecraft, written about by a chemist about 30 years before the theoretical physicists stumbled upon the query "well, why does matter have mass". Unfortunately it's also about 40 years ahead of women's lib and about a misogynistic as the Republican party.
sendtodave: Now get back to the kitchen and make me a space sandwich.
crazypete: [img.gawkerassets.com image 747x898]I want this Station Wagon!
Strolpol: I'm still waiting for Nuka-Cola to be a real thing, dangit.
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