Snuff’s Missing Links 4

Listen up, youse pigs.

Something special for those with young kids, or LSD. There are no instructions, so just explore. Move the cursor anywhere; click on anything. They’ll work it out. I haven’t tried it on one yet, but I imagine this would be perfect for tablets

Do you occasionally use different browsers ? Here’s a tiny (500kb) free utility which lets you search the history of all of your browsers in one window.

You can enjoy your beautiful life from now on.

I can’t be certain that this is legit, but even if not, it’s brilliant.

Just keep it above the waist please, Keisuke.

If you want to become a black belt, for example, or a virtuoso musician, you have to put in the years. The only problem with languages, however, is that we have different ones. The Babel fish is now just a matter of when, not if, as Microsoft’s Chief Research Officer Rick Rashid demonstrated last year.

Here’s the money shot for the time poor.

Until then, anyone who wants to make a living in the 21st century might want to learn to read Chinese, and this might help. I’d be interested to hear our esteemed host’s take on this one.

I didn’t spot C & B one.

Yugoslavian album covers.

Online polls. Loathe them or detest them, here’s one I can get behind. Vote early. Vote often.

Priti baiks.

I’m surprised Paul Simonon didn’t smash his bass guitar when The Clash played at the Perth Entertainment Centre on February 24th, 1982. Then again, even if we couldn’t hear it, maybe he could.

And finally, eat your words.

About The Lazy Aussie

Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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5 Responses to Snuff’s Missing Links 4

  1. Chinesy is cute as a starter, but after the few iconic ones, most of the characters are so abstract and not related to any “picture” that it wouldn’t help.


  2. Asian face masks. Winner.


  3. Anonymous says:

    The US Navy one is a fake – the earliest version of this story is set in Nova Scotia during WWI.


    • Rolly says:

      Likewise, I heard it many (many, many) years ago in relation to an US fleet heading towards a Canadian lighthouse.
      Like religion and politics, morality stories have to be modernised to keep the moral relevant.


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