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The following article was originally published in the Sunday Express with the above title on December 20th, 1992, and was written by Matthew Norman It went viral on email and acquired the subject line gongs for bongs somewhere along the way. A Google search found over 100 results.
A big thank you to Ian Moore of the British Library for tracking down the date of publication and author for me, and best wishes for a happy Christmas to all my readers! 🙂
People like comedian David O’Doherty. In this blog post, he recounts how as a young boy in the 1980s, he desperately wanted Star Wars action figures for Christmas. His wish was granted, but not in the way he expected…
Lewis has substituted the raven of ill-omen for an ill-mannered pigeon, relocated the scene to an apartment on the Lower East Side, and taken poetic licence with the verse by sprinkling it with dozens of Yiddishisms.
The result is one of the funniest things I’ve heard in a long while! 😄
Blues guitar legend B B King died recently at the age of 89. He truly lived the blues: he had two failed marriages; 15 children by several women; played 250 shows a year into his 70s; and still found time to record 43 studio albums. In true blues style, even his death has been mired in controversy.
Which only goes to show why the item below is so funny. It’s riddled with cliches and totally ott, but there’s more than a grain of truth to it.
First posted by Jay Kahrs on the rec.audio.pro newsgroup 15 years ago today. It quickly spread, picking up modifications along the way. It’s interesting to compare the differences between the original and the version presented here.
On this day five years ago, Google changed the logo on its home page to a fully playable version of Pac-Man to mark the iconic video game’s 30th birthday. It proved so popular that worldwide productivity dipped. An estimated 4.8million work hours were lost.
The game is a faithful rendition of the original. Great effort was put into making the graphics and sound as authentic as possible, down to the classic theme tune. Start the game by clicking on the Insert Coin button and use the arrow keys to guide Pac-Man around the maze. There’s even an Easter Egg! 😎 Press the Insert Coin button a second time and Ms Pac-Man joins in, allowing two people to play simultaneously. Use the W/S keys to move her up/down and A/D for left/right.
Pac-Man starred on the Google home page for only a weekend, but you can still play the game by going to the 30th Anniversary of Pac-Man post on the Google Doodles blog. Irritatingly, however, you’re redirected to a page of Pac-Man search results after just one game! 😡 Fortunately, web developer Paul Macek created a page on GitHub with a copy of Google Pac-Man you can play as often as you like. 🙂