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a Conversation with Adam Rex

You may know Adam Rex from his alien-invasion novel The True Meaning of Smekday (which wins for most hilarious alien). Or from his bestselling poetry collections Frankenstein Makes a Sandwich and Frankenstein Takes the Cake (which win for best running jokes). Or from his very entertaining blog. Now Fat Vampire is about to come out, which wins for Best (Comic) Relief from the Vampire Craze. To find out more about his newest book, I put on my trenchcoat and met him in a darkened parking garage. ADAM REX: You're Editorial Anonymous? EDITORIAL ANONYMOUS: Yeah. Why? ADAM REX: I dunno, I expected someone older, I guess. Isn't this a school night? EDITORIAL ANONYMOUS: I'm often mistaken for younger than I am. If you guess my age, you'll be wrong. ADAM REX: 42. EDITORIAL ANONYMOUS: Shit. (awkward

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Terminator Flips The Bird - Gifs, Gifs and More Funny Gifs from Senor Gif

Y U No Like Memebase. Terminator Flips The Bird. Incorrect source or offensive. Seor Gif Posted this on Tuesday, May 15th, 2012 at 11:00 am. Leave a Reply.

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Students Build Super Desktop Slingshot for Playing Angry Birds

Hideaki Matsui and Andrew Spitz, students at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, built the Super Angry Birds desktop slingshot controller as project for their Haptic (tactile feedback) technology class. With a hacked motorized fader (the kind found in audio mixing consoles) to create forced feedback, an Arduino-based microcontroller called Music & Motors developed at the CIID, and a programming in Max/MSP and Arduino, the real-life bird-slinger mimics exactly the tension and toss of the wildly popular Rovio game. They even built a custom TNT box for the birds whose abilities are amplified in the game when triggered by such a device. About their force-feedback USB controlled, the pair writes: Basically, the way we achieved this is by drawing a force curve and storing the values

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Record Store Day at Grimey's and The Groove, 4/21/12

The unpredictable Nashville weather had turned raw and wet overnight, and the wind cut into The Spin's out-of-season clothes as we manipulated our way around side streets to park within reasonable distance of the Record Store Day action at Grimey's and The Basement. We cant for the life of us figure out why nearly every year on this one particular weekend in April the weekend on which the Nashville Film Festival, Vanderbilts Rites of Spring festival and Record Store Day always fall the weather is completely dreary and terrible. Perhaps the God of Solid Entertainment wants us to earn it. But the line snaking down the street seemed full of placid people, glad to be standing around in the drizzle in hope of scoring something cool. Big groups of music junkies were out in force, b

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Petsami - Funny Pet Videos, Funny Animal Videos, Funny Pet Pictures, Funny Pet Shows, Talking Dogs, ...

Aerodynamic bird makes amazing hood ornament. A bird goes on a ride hanging onto the front of a car and he loves it. August 20, 2012 Funny Pet Videos. Kitten hangs from cereal bowl. A kitten hangs tightly from a cereal bowl trying to get a spoon full.

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Funny bird

Upgrade now or more info. Uploaded by Oskar5761 on. Funny Parrot Talking Baby Stuff. Bebek Taklidi Yapan Papaan. 96 likes, 2 dislikes.

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45 Funny Pictures

The Best Of "Have You Ever Been So Angry" (25 Pics). Top 15 "Men Suck" Pictures. 20 Funny Facebook Status Updates. The Weird & Wacky World Of Wedding Dresses (25 Pics). The Best Of Meanwhile (20 Pics).

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Second Movie-Plot Threat Contest Winner

A blog covering security and security technology. Perpetual Doghouse: Meganet | Main | Me on Identity Theft June 15, 2007 Second Movie-Plot Threat Contest Winner On April 1, I announced the Second Annual Movie-Plot Threat Contest: Your goal: invent a terrorist plot to hijack or blow up an airplane with a commonly carried item as a key component. The component should be so critical to the plot that the TSA will have no choice but to ban the item once the plot is uncovered. I want to see a plot horrific and ridiculous, but just plausible enough to take seriously. Make the TSA ban wristwatches. Or laptop computers. Or polyester. Or zippers over three inches long. You get the idea. Your entry will be judged on the common item that the TSA has no choice but to ban, as well as the cleverne

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Logos News, Video and Gossip

Twitter revealed today a makeover of the company's ubiquitous blue bird logo, which saw their mascot (formerly named Larry after the Bird) transformed from a bird that looked like how it used to look into a bird that still looks like how it used to look. The innovation was announced on Twitter's official blog, as though a single blog post, or website, or Internet could ever convey all the beautiful subtleties of the change. How do you taste a poem? How do you make love to a rainbow? How do you describe the new Twitter bird logo? Doug Bowman, the company's Creative Director (whose Twitter handle is @stopBUT WHY?) attempted to. For one thing, Bowman notes that, like a fine five-dollar bottle of artisanal water, the new bird "is crafted purely from three sets of overlapping circles," a con

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Have You Ever Had a Bad Encounter with the Dog Police?

by Chad Love Many of you are probably familiar with the books and stories of Jim Fergus. Although primarily a novelist these days, Fergus was at one point an active hook-and-bullet freelancer (in fact, he recently wrote a piece for F&S). He also penned two very good non-fiction books: "A Hunter's Road" and "The Sporting Road." "A Hunter's Road" is his chronicle of a season spent bird hunting across the country, and "The Sporting Road" is mostly a collection and expansion of some of his better magazine pieces. Both are, I believe, out of print, but can be easily found online and well worth your time. Anyway, Fergus wrote a screamingly funny piece in "The Sporting Road" I think we can all relate to in some way. Its title? "A Close Call With The Dog Cops," in which Fergus is walking his lab,

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