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vendredi 9 novembre 2007

La mallette de l'alcolo classe

Imaginez : vous prenez le train, tranquillement, et tout à coup vous prend l'envie d'une petite Vodka Martini, Morning Glory Fizz ou autre Dragon Ball !

Avant, vous étiez bien embêtés, surtout si vous n'étiez pas en première classe dans le Thalys. Maintenant, plus de problème, grâce à cette superbe mallette pour pochtron (en cuir, pour quand même garder une apparence classe[1]).

Pour ceux qui ne connaîtraient pas le Dragon Ball, c'est comme le Dragon Ball Z, mais sans la liqueur de pommes. D'après Timoux :

C'est le meilleur compromis entre le plus alcoolisé, le plus interdit à cause de l'Absinthe illégale en France et le plus délicieux cocktail à la fois, ce cocktail explosif avec deux ingrédients pratiquement introuvables en France est extrêmement fort et sucré... Ce cocktail très en vogue dans le sud du Portugal est le shoot préféré de ces latino-méditérranéens au sang chaud.

Pourquoi ai-je immédiatement pensé à Ren0 quand j'ai vu cette photo ?

Pour ceux qui ont des goûts de luxe et qui veulent pouvoir déguster leur champagne partout et à tout moment, il existe la mallette dédiée, avec les verres et tout.

On arrête pas les saoulards le progrès !


[1] Du moins jusqu'à ce que vous l'ouvriez en public.

jeudi 5 avril 2007

Une idée de cadeau

Vous ne savez pas quoi offrir à votre dulcinée ? Voici une petite idée de cadeau...

Et voilà, je viens de ruiner ma compat W3C pour embedder une vidéo en flash. Je me sens sâle...

mercredi 4 octobre 2006


Ouais il semble que je poste pas mal d'images pour le moment, mais bon, celle là m'a bien fait rire et ça me correspond aussi...

dimanche 24 septembre 2006

Windows has no users...

... it has hostages! :-D

lundi 29 mai 2006

Fear my evilness.

How evil are you?

vendredi 6 janvier 2006

Du jamais vu: un site qui respecte les heures ouvrables...

Hé oui, c'est du concept de fou. J'aurais bien breveté l'idée si je n'étais pas sûr que Microsoft avait déjà le brevet. :-)

Carrefour n'ouvre que le jour (Vu sur Totalement Crétin...)

lundi 21 novembre 2005

Akihabara News - Un Petit Sapin USB de Noël?

Ya vraiment des gens qui exagèrent!

"Wee la fête de Noel à portée des geeks!!!" En attendant vive l'ambiance de convivialité...

Akihabara News - Un Petit Sapin USB de Noël?

mercredi 16 novembre 2005

Boulet n'aime pas le spam...

... et ça se sent :-)

Un billet très drôle de la part de Boulet, qui m'a fait bien rire.

(Bon, ok, pas autant que les Zombies partouzeurs ;-) )

samedi 12 novembre 2005

My complaint about Mr. Bill Gates

The purpose of this letter is to outline a plan to establish democracy and equality. What follows is a series of remarks addressed to the readers of this letter and to Mr. Bill Gates himself. This is not the first time I've wanted to halt the adulation heaped upon the most unholy airheads you'll ever see. But it is the first time I realized that in the immediate years ahead, he will turn his back on those who need him the most. (Actually, another piece of supporting evidence is that he floats with the tide of contumelious quislingism, especially when driven by the gravitational pull of interventionism, but that's not important now.) Be forewarned: Mr. Gates not only lies, but he brags about his lying to his apologists.

The intemperate and mischievous nature of Mr. Gates's refrains should indicate to us that something needs to be done, but that's really beside the point. When I say that it is my opinion, as well as that of the courts, dozens of professional organizations, and numerous religious leaders, that my comments about Mr. Gates can serve as a provisional response to his principles until a more comprehensive treatment becomes available, I don't just mean that he wants to make human life negligible and cheap, that he wants to provide ridiculous crass-types with a milieu in which they can violate the basic tenets of journalism and scholarship, or that he wants to needle and wheedle ostentatious morons into his ruffianism movement. Sure, Mr. Gates indisputably wants all that, but he also wants much more. He wants to panic irrationally and overreact completely.

Mr. Gates, do you feel no shame for what you've done? The ultimate aim of his mottos is to restructure society as a pyramid with Mr. Gates at the top, Mr. Gates's hangers-on directly underneath, stubborn doofuses beneath them, and the rest of at the bottom. This new societal structure will enable Mr. Gates to create an untrue and injurious impression of an entire people, which makes me realize that he doesn't care about freedom, as he can neither eat it nor put it in the bank. It's just a word to him. If, five years ago, I had described a person like Mr. Gates to you and told you that in five years, he'd overthrow western civilization through the destruction of its four pillars family, nation, religion, and democracy you'd have thought me sententious. You'd have laughed at me and told me it couldn't happen. So it is useful now to note that, first, it has happened and, second, to try to understand how it happened and how he knows that performing an occasional act of charity will make some people forgive or at least overlook all of his impertinent excesses. My take on the matter is that Mr. Gates is frightened that we might shoo him away like the annoying bug that he is. That's why he's trying so hard to prevent whistleblowers from reporting that he says that everyone would be a lot safer if he were to monitor all of our personal communications and financial transactions -- even our library records. Why on Earth does he need to monitor our library records? My best guess, for what it may be worth, is based on two key observations. The first observation is that he has failed to provide us with a context in which his propositions could be discussed and understood. The second, more telling, observation is that Mr. Gates seeks scapegoats for his own shortcomings by blaming the easiest target he can find, that is, maledicent heresiarchs.

I don't want to overstate this point, but Mr. Gates thinks that the Eleventh Commandment is, "Thou shalt take control of a nation and suck it dry". Of course, thinking so doesn't make it so. One might suspect that he doesn't understand politics or simply doesn't care. While that's true, it does somewhat miss the point. You see, he refers to a variety of things using the word "interparenthetically". Translating this bit of jargon into English isn't easy. Basically, Mr. Gates's saying that the media should "create" news rather than report it, which we all know is patently absurd. At any rate, I wish that one of the innumerable busybodies who are forever making "statistical studies" about nonsense would instead make a statistical study that means something. For example, I'd like to see a statistical study of Mr. Gates's capacity to learn the obvious. Also worthwhile would be a statistical study of how many rotten prevaricators realize that Mr. Gates has vowed that one of these days he'll force us to tailor our zingers just to suit his baleful whims. This is hardly news; Mr. Gates has been vowing that for months with the regularity of a metronome. What is news is that you may be worried that he will accelerate the natural tendency of civilization to devolve from order to chaos, liberty to tyranny, and virtue to vice one day. If so, then I share your misgivings. But let's not worry about that now. Instead, let's discuss my observation that once you understand Mr. Gates's announcements, you have a responsibility to do something about them. To know, to understand, and not to act, is an egregious sin of omission. It is the sin of silence. It is the sin of letting Mr. Gates label everyone he doesn't like as a racist, sexist, fascist, communist, or some equally terrible "-ist". Mr. Gates ignores a breathtaking number of facts, most notably:

Fact: All of the foregoing information has been served up as a necessary prelude to understanding the motive and force behind the current mad rush by Mr. Gates and his comrades to wreck our country, derail our civilization, and threaten the human race with extinction.

Fact: Rude authoritarians have exerted care always to use high-sounding words like "subjectivoidealistic" to hide Mr. Gates's plans to renege on an incredibly large number of promises.

Fact: Mr. Gates is allergic to any idea that isn't doctrinaire.

In addition, there may be absolutely nothing we can do to prevent Mr. Gates from making good on his word to paint pictures of iconoclastic worlds inhabited by pigheaded nose-in-the-air snobs. When we compare this disturbing conclusion to the comforting picture purveyed by his assistants, we experience psychological stress or "cognitive dissonance". Our only recourse is to replace today's chaos and lack of vision with order and a supreme sense of purpose.

Although Mr. Gates occasionally exhibits a passable simulacrum of rationality, his idiotic claim that public opinion is a reliable indicator of what's true and what isn't is just that, an idiotic claim. The fault, dear Mr. Gates, is not in your stars but in yourself. We find among narrow and uneducated minds the belief that those of us who oppose him would rather run than fight. This belief is due to a basic confusion, which can be cleared up simply by stating that Mr. Gates is too power-hungry to read the writing on the wall. This writing warns that if you read his writings while mentally out of focus, you may get the sense that a book of his writings would be a good addition to the Bible. But if you read Mr. Gates's writings while mentally in focus and weigh each point carefully, it's clear that if I withheld my feelings on this matter, I'd be no less inaniloquent than Mr. Gates.

My message is clear: Mr. Gates's allies often reverse the normal process of interpretation. That is, they value the unsaid over the said, the obscure over the clear. While Mr. Gates insists that he has the trappings of deity, reality dictates otherwise. Actually, if you want a real dose of reality, look at how Mr. Gates demands obeisance from his loyalists. Then, once they prove their loyalty, Mr. Gates forces them to substitute breast-beating and schwarmerei for action and honest debate. Actually, it is better to be a little old-fashioned, but honest and loyal, than enlightened and modern, but muzzy-headed and wanton. That's self-evident, and even Mr. Gates would probably agree with me on that. Even so, the biggest difference between me and Mr. Gates is that Mr. Gates wants to cultivate an unhealthy sense of victimhood. I, on the other hand, want to listen to others. His inerudite conclusions convince me of only one thing: that he has been known to say that censorship could benefit us. That notion is so violent, I hardly know where to begin refuting it.

I use such language purposefully and somewhat sardonically to illustrate how Mr. Gates can fool some of the people all of the time. He can fool all of the people some of the time. But he can't fool all of the people all of the time. The funny thing is, everybody is probably familiar with the cliche that a person with a functioning brain does not silence any criticism of the brainwashing and double standards that he has increasingly been practicing. Well, there's a lot of truth in that cliche. The picture I am presenting need not be confined to Mr. Gates's perceptions. It applies to everything he says and does.

Don't be fooled: The fact of the matter is that most people want to be nice; they want to be polite; they don't want to give offense. And because of this inherent politeness, they step aside and let Mr. Gates evade responsibility. As my mother used to tell me, "Mr. Gates's clear-cut demonstrations of gross moral turpitude have led me to believe that Mr. Gates's adept at spinning lies." In plain, simple-to-understand English, if I were elected Ruler of the World, my first act of business would be to work beyond the predatory plasticity of his asseverations. I would further use my position to inform certain segments of the Earth's population that Mr. Gates's legatees accept his grotty, unreasonable commentaries without question. Or, to express that sentiment without all of the emotionally charged lingo, Mr. Gates wants to be the one who determines what information we have access to. Yet he is also a big proponent of a particularly unregenerate form of anarchism. Do you see something wrong with that picture? What I see is that Mr. Gates's modes of thought have merged with blackguardism in several interesting ways. Both spring from the same kind of reality-denying mentality. Both issue a flood of bogus legal documents. And both inflict untold misery, suffering, and distress. Now that I've been exposed to Mr. Gates's policies, I must admit that I don't completely understand them. Perhaps I need to get out more. Or perhaps Mr. Gates is trying to abridge our basic civil liberties. His mission? To represent heaven as hell and, conversely, the most wretched life as paradise. Some people have compared jealous kooks to intolerant rotters. I would like to take the comparison one step further: He keeps telling us that you and I are morally inferior to fork-tongued drug lords. Are we also supposed to believe that his activities are on the up-and-up? I didn't think so.

I'm sick of Mr. Gates sticking his proboscis into everyone else's business. That's the sort of statement that some people contend is maladroit, but which I believe is merely a statement of fact. And it's a statement that needs to be made, because I am certain that if I asked the next person I meet if he would want Mr. Gates to violate all the rules of decorum, he would say no. Yet we all stand idly by while Mr. Gates claims that embracing a system of nihilism will make everything right with the world. Mass anxiety is the equivalent of steroids for him. If we feel helpless, Mr. Gates is energized and ramps up his efforts to devastate vast acres of precious farmland. What's the difference between his cringers and indecent hostes generis humani? If you answered "nothing", then go to the front of the class; you're absolutely right. History has proven beyond any doubt that he, who is astonishingly adroit at twisting words, has been able to convince scores of people that the world's salvation comes from whims, irrationality, and delusions, and besides, I'm not an obnoxious person. I'd like nothing more than to extend my hand in friendship to Mr. Gates's underlings and convey my hope that in the days to come we can work together to get the facts out in the hope that somebody will do something to solve the problem. Unfortunately, knowing them, they'd rather promote the lie of paternalism because that's what Mr. Gates wants.

Simply put, Mr. Gates believes that arriving at a true state of comprehension is too difficult and/or time-consuming. Unfortunately, as long as he believes such absurdities, he will continue to commit atrocities. By the way, he talks a lot about radicalism and how wonderful it is. However, he's never actually defined what it means. How can Mr. Gates argue for something he's never defined? The answer to this question gives the key not only to world history, but to all human culture. To most people, the list of his prolix memoirs reads like a comic strip, but Mr. Gates's manifestos are actually taken seriously by his deputies. Many people who follow his personal attacks have come to the erroneous conclusion that all minorities are poor, stupid ghetto trash. The truth of the matter is that it may seem difficult at first to announce that we may need to picket, demonstrate, march, or strike to stop Mr. Gates before he can commit senseless acts of violence against anyone daring to challenge his mad objectives. It is. But he maintains a "Big Brother" dossier of incriminating information about everyone he distrusts, to use as a potential weapon. Is your name listed in that dossier? The complete answer to that question is a long, sad story. I've answered parts of that question in several of my previous letters, and I'll answer other parts in future ones. For now, I'll just say that he finds reality too difficult to swallow. Or maybe it just gets lost between the sports and entertainment pages. In either case, many of Mr. Gates's notions have been criticized for being slanted in favor of a particular stance, and everyone with half a brain understands that. People tell me that I find Mr. Gates's lamentations to be a perversion of the truth. And the people who tell me this are correct, of course. Let me close where I began: Mr. Bill Gates's henchmen carry out orders like puppets obeying the puppeteer.

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dimanche 23 octobre 2005

Le PC parfait pour un gars bizarre et violent.

Tout est dans le titre... ;-)

Akihabara News - Hentai PC

jeudi 15 septembre 2005

We do stuff.

Le consulting, c'est quand même un beau métier. La preuve.

jeudi 8 septembre 2005

Haa, ces gens qui savent faire des sites ouaibe., l'invasion a peut-etre deja commencee... (sic)

Trois trucs sympa:

  • la fenetre pour nous dire que c'est optimise pour une certaine resolution
  • le replay de l'intro (ouais je veux la revoir encore et encore!)
  • le "plein ecran" renvoie sur une vieille adresse qui redirige vers le site

Super :-P

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