Thursday, October 19, 2006


This is the kind of lunacy you figure people must be making up. But there's no need to make it up. It's real. Some schools are forbidding games during recess.

Several school administrators around Attleboro [Massachusetts], a city of about 45,000 residents, took aim at dodgeball a few years ago, saying it was exclusionary and dangerous.

"Exclusionary and dangerous"? STFU, retard.

Oh, but it gets better. Listen to this drooling imbecile of a mother:

Another Willett parent, Celeste D'Elia, said her son feels safer because of the rule [banning tag]. "I've witnessed enough near collisions," she said.

All together now: STFU, RETARD.

If her son "feels safer", and wants to, the poor little castrato can only benefit from picking up a few healthy bruises. But she may just mean that she's pathologically overprotective.

Monday, October 09, 2006

Yeah, the standards committee's gonna get right on that...

I'd submit this to The Daily WTF, but there's nobody technical over there, just VB/CRUD clowns who shave every day. They'd think it made sense.

In 1997, in (what was then) MSJ, some idiot gibbered the following:

I'm certain that future C++ compilers and linkers will implement a natural, automatic mapping between C++ objects and COM objects...

That would be a lot like the International Standards Organization inventing a new unit of volume specially for Budweiser.

STFU, retard.