Broken Picture Telephone is not merely entertaining. It also illustrates a serious epistemological point about just how much more information is conveyed by just a few concepts as opposed to mere percepts. Granted, those percepts are often amazingly badly drawn. That’s part of the humor. (Via The Hoodat Report.)
WOW: “It may be tough to get financing for a new car these days, but in Detroit you can buy a house with a credit card. The median price of a home sold in Detroit in December was $7,500, according to Realcomp, a listing service. Not $75,000. Remove a zero—it’s seven thousand five hundred dollars, substantially less than the lowest-price car on the new-car market.” (Via The Agitator.)
Can some teenager please verify that they can hear this sound? I can’t hear a damn thing!
Uh, what part of Obama’s body is this blond chick holding on to? (Yes, it is safe for work — and damn funny.)
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