Some people like them. Some people don’t. In any case, you’d think there’d be a vaccine for them by now. You got it. The scourge of Thanksgivings and varicose vein clinics everywhere: Turkey legs! Happy Thanksgiving!
The question is whether a product like this could cure elbow grease or not. Maybe you need to inject it? Otherwise, there should be a vaccine for that.
Sure, what is in the egg is composed of 65% dimethylsiloxane (hydroxy-terminated polymers with boric acid), 17% silica (crystalline quartz), 9% Thixatrol ST (castor oil derivative), 4% polydimethylsiloxane, 1% decamethyl cyclopentasiloxane, 1% glycerine, and 1% titanium dioxide. But did that help you any? Back in the olden days when newspapers (remember those?) were printed with… Continue reading If you know what these are, you are old. Part 17.
You are probably thinking, “Hey, I know what those are! And I’m not old!” Really? When was the last time you took one then? When was the last time you actually did your baseball whistle to call one? Do they come in colors other than yellow? Do they? Famous actors who drove these in movies?… Continue reading If you know what these are, you are old. Part 16.
The picture speaks for itself. Why? Why? Blame Ambrose Burnside for sideburns (“Burnside” became “sideburns” and off we went!) But you’d think there would be a vaccine for mutton chops by now.
A long time before Doom and other video games escalated the ability to really knock someone’s block off there were these. It was not enough to sock ’em, you also need to rock ’em. I get to be red.
If you enjoyed my first post on things for which there should be a vaccine, then I think you’ll enjoy this post. If you didn’t enjoy my first post, then it is my hope you will enjoy this post. Of course, that may make me a cockeyed optimist, and although there may need to be… Continue reading Things for which there should be a vaccine. Part 2.
It struck me the other day, as these thoughts sometimes do, that there are a number of “conditions” for which there should be vaccines. This is all tongue in cheek, so there is no need to suggest that there are higher priority items in the world to be tackled. “Cotton balls.” This condition impacts both… Continue reading Things for which there should be a vaccine. Part 1.
It didn’t matter how you wore them, because they were a tube stitched together at the bottom, not a sock with a formal heel. There were lots of different colors and combination. There may be imitations now, but they are not as tubular as these.
Partial credit for being old if you know that this is assembly language. Full credit if you know that it is 6502 assembly language. EXTRA credit, if you know what it does. Oh, the assembled code is below, if that helps you any.