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Category Archives: Technology
Going out to launch? Would you like a cheese dish that’s fly as an entire meal, or bits and pieces of da’ brie? Maybe you have some space for dessert? Something to ask the panel.
“Maybe you can field the question as to why you’re not focused?” said the teacher. “We’ve taken a scope of literature that mirrors what’s on television,” said the student, “I don’t like making adjustments just because the other students are … Continue reading
“Fork it over, chop chop! Stick to the directions you’re being spoon-fed and cut out the nonsense,” said the bank robber. Just then, a police officer entered the fray. “All right, maybe you’d like to handle something a little more … Continue reading
How can dull moments make the paper? If you’ve found a way, I’m all ears. You can have plenty of B’s on your report card and eat a whole tuna melt, but it still wouldn’t amount to much (unless that … Continue reading
It might be clear that to put a cap on your neck, you need to whine to others until they help you. Then you can tell them about your sister’s new record label, and that no one can stop her.
“Here’s the key to this company: it loves to screen its employees, so make sure you don’t fold,” said the hiring manager. “In a clamshell, make sure you have your pitch down flat. If you have any questions don’t be … Continue reading
Why are you wondering? Here are the facts: An author wrote some incredible copy about a dynamic reed that could withstand plenty of pressure (it could even be used to build a junk). Well, that’s at least what they told … Continue reading
Sheets of rain came down on the gambling house as the last die was cast. The usual cast of characters included a friendly gambler named Paige, who lays her bets on the table before anyone else.
There’s a bit about a mouse who wanted a bite to eat. He went to get honey in a hive of bees in a far away port, and he traveled by cargo ship (so it wasn’t hard drive).