Offering another hilarious collection of the truly dumb things people say and do, the Duh! 2013 Day-to-Day Calendar features celebrities, politicians, athletes, criminals, and regular Joes, all caught in extreme (and funny) stupidity.
Author: Bob Fenster
Never kiss a rattlesnake. Put on the parachute before jumping from the plane. Don't bring your dog along if you're going to rob a bank. These seem like obvious pieces of advice, but there's apparently no shortage of rattlesnake kissers, as evidenced by this hilarious calendar. Offering another hilarious collection of the truly dumb things people say and do, the Duh! 2013 Day-to-Day Calendar features celebrities, politicians, athletes, criminals, and regular Joes, all caught in extreme (and funny) stupidity.
that my smartest videos that you all could actually learn something from will get
far fewer views than stupid "like bait" kind ... here who will hate on Apple stuff.
Feel impelled to comment on it, etc. Why? Because it's fun to call fans “sheep.”
Author: Robert Scoble
Publisher: Hyperink Inc
This book features a curated compilation of Robert Scoble’s best posts from 2011-2012. If you’re at all interested in how today’s technology is shaping the future and making our lives better, you won’t want to miss this great collection of posts discussing innovative startups and cool new tech advancements. Excerpt from the Book How does Silicon Valley and Apple miss Steve Jobs? Well, on Monday night I was having dinner with Gary Morgenthaler, who was one of the investors in Siri, along with a few Siri team members, and I heard stories that they weren’t able to tell me while Steve Jobs was alive. For instance, Jobs called Siri management at least 30 times personally in about a month to convince them to join. Also, Steve Jobs yelled at Apple managers who didn’t “get” why Siri was so important to Apple. But most important to me, and the book I’m writing with Shel Israel: Jobs had already started working with the team on how to make Siri more contextually aware. In fact, Norman Winarsky, who heads up SRI, the lab where Siri was developed, told me that SRI is about to start testing out a new app that will dig deeper into your email and your calendar to “assist” you in a much deeper way than Siri can right now. What do we meet by context? Well, Siri today is pretty stupid about what’s on your calendar. Ask it “where is my next meeting?” and it will show you your next meeting, but it doesn’t know where it is. Close but no cigar. It gets worse from there. Ask it “where is the best place to get lunch tomorrow?” and Siri answers with places near my home. Problem is that tomorrow I’m going to be at the Apple iPhone 5 launch in San Francisco. Siri is quite stupid about context, location, and a bunch of other things. Will it improve? Apple already announced some improvements to Siri, for instance Siri will, with iOS 6, be able to start applications. But it’s hardly expected to be contextually aware in any real way. Ask Siri “what is my favorite gas station?” Siri answers “I don’t know.” The problem is, that isn’t really true. Apple knows what gas stations I’m most likely to stop at. Or it could, if it just knew how to contextually evaluate the data that both Verizon and Apple already have streaming from my phone. If it doesn’t know something like my favorite gas station, it certainly doesn’t know the answer to something simple like “how many times do I eat at Chinese restaurants?” That’s easily verifiable. Ask it such a question and it just brings up a list of Chinese restaurants near you. It doesn’t even try to accurately turn down the question. But back to Jobs. He saw Siri’s potential to add a new, simpler, contextually-aware, user interface to any device. There are lots of rumors that Apple will use something like Siri in other products, like its Apple TV product. In fact, at dinner the other night I learned that at least one of the team members that remains at Apple is now working on a secret new project. I doubt we’ll learn about that tomorrow, but I’ll be looking for signs that Apple understands how to take us into the contextual age. I’ll be looking for signs that Steve Jobs’ passion for Siri is still being listened to.
Duh. MOUMOU Kisses— [MOUMOU crosses to HEYZEUS. They airkiss.]
HEYZEUS Kisses. [MOUMOU checks herself out in the “mirror.”] MOUMOU ...
Change your name again, baby, unless you're a bornagain something or other
and believe the world revolves around your dick and shit andnot me. [Beat.] ...
MOUMOU Hey, I may be a stupid slut— HEYZEUSYouever think about life,
MouMou? Anything ...
Author: William W. Demastes
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
(Applause Books). Applause is proud to continue the series that for over 70 years has been the standard of excellence for one-act plays in America. From its inception, The Best American Short Plays has identified new, cutting-edge playwrights who have gone on to establish award-winning careers, including Tennessee Williams, Edward Albee, Wendy Wasserstein, David Mamet, and Horton Foote. William W. Demastes made his debut as series editor with the well-received 2010-2011 volume, a diverse collection revolving around the multidimensional theme of love. Blogcritics said of the anthology: "This collection is a bountiful of pleasing oddities. Each work offers something worthwhile.... The collection runs the gamut of the most serious drama to the most irreverent topical mental trinkets...." Demastes returns and once again draws from works produced by some of America's finest theater companies in an effort to capture the wide range of styles, topics, and regional tastes that typifies American theater. The compilation includes works by John Guare, Neil LaBute, and A. R. Gurney, as well as contributions from a plethora of gifted, emerging playwrights.
... existence; and (2) those same two entities will vilify our “Flowplan” and book as
proposing something that's impossible to achieve. ... duh! After two years of
research for this volume, we've come to the conclusion that the childish,
elementary school playground ... of all, the Federal Budget Browser, Fiscal Year
2011, the Federal Budget Fiscal Year 2011, and the Government Accountability
Author: Arthur Kwiatkowski
Publisher: Huntington Press Inc
It's the Jobs and Debt Stupid provides a plan (the "Flowplan") designed to quickly turn around America's failing economy, where President Obama, the Democrat-GOP congress, and the GOP presidential wannabes have failed to do so since the "Great Recession" began. The Flowplan offers specific details on how to slash, eliminate, and/or privatize 143 wasteful federal-giveaway programs to provide an annual saving of $5.88 trillion (yearly, not over a decade) that can be applied to the creation of 25 million new jobs at a $36,000 yearly salary and to pay off the national debt in four years or less by paying down the debt at a rate of $4 trillion per year. All of this is accomplished without touching Medicare or Social Security at the present time, and without additional taxation as proposed by the current administration. The creation of 25 million new jobs can be repeated annually, in whole or in part, as long as necessary to reverse America's debilitating unemployment problem. This book also describes a detailed approach to dumping the do-nothing, congress for a "Direct Democracy," in which the American people vote on a yearly basis to solve the most critical problems confronting the nation. No more bribing lobbyists, PACs, or time-wasting quibbling, because the people will vote on these issues every November of every year.
Dumb. and. Dumberer. In fiction, criminals are often depicted as brilliant
masterminds, capable of planning elaborate heists with panache and ... He was
right too (Murphy, 2011). ... We mention this, in part, to poke fun at ourselves, but
also to illustrate that everybody does dumb things. ... Ignorance Versus Stupidity:
Author: Robert Gass
Arguing, Reasoning, and Thinking Well offers an engaging and accessible introduction to argumentation and critical thinking. With a pro-social focus, the volume encourages readers to value civility when engaged in arguing and reasoning. Authors Gass and Seiter, renowned for their friendly writing style, include real-world examples, hypothetical dialogues, and editorial cartoons to invite readers in. The text includes a full chapter devoted to the ethics of argument, as well as content on refutation and formal logic. It is designed for students in argumentation and critical thinking courses in communication, philosophy, and psychology departments, and is suitable for students and general education courses across the curriculum.
Well, Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines “duh” as an “expression to
indicate that something just stated is all too obvious or self evident” and to “
express actual or feigned ignorance or stupidity”. Do you see where I'm going
Author: Glenn R. Marcella
Fitness expert Glenn Marcella shows adults how to get in the best shape of their lives by simply acting like a child. Readers will quickly learn that the solution to weight gain, declining physical fitness and depression is so completely uncomplicated that not only would a child understand it, but children themselves, provide the solution. Without a gym membership or the use of equipment, adults of all fitness levels will be guided through a demanding and fun, head-to-toe workout inspired by simple games, activities and movements thought to be reserved only for children. The no-nonsense workouts are broken down in to 10, 20 and 30 minute options and can be performed outdoors, indoors, solo or with partners.
I could tell something was now wrong with her, as though she were a book I was
reading with pages tanta- lizingly removed. ... fixating over dumb things like the
olive-colored dial telephone in my parents' kitchen or a bouquet of crummy
gladiolas on the kitchen table, saying, "Oh, isn't that just ... And she said "Duh,
Author: Douglas Coupland
Publisher: Harper Collins
On a snowy Friday night in 1979, just hours after making love for the first time, Richard's girlfriend, high school senior Karen Ann McNeil, falls into a coma. Nine months later she gives birth to their daughter, Megan. As Karen sleeps through the next seventeen years, Richard and their circle of friends reside in an emotional purgatory, passing through a variety of careers—modeling, film special effects, medicine, demolition—before finally reuniting on a conspiracy-driven super-natural television series. But real life grows as surreal as their TV show as Richard and his friends await Karen's reawakening . . . and the subsequent apocalypse.
Author: Maurice Sendak
Der kleine Max lässt sich ganz allein zum Land der wilden Kerle treiben. Er wird der Wildeste von allen und sie machen ihn zu ihrem König. (ab 4)
The woman was something else, and even now, while aftershocks of his orgasm
were still flitting through his system, his body was aching for more. What was it ...
He knew it was a stupid thought, but the only place he could imagine being at the
moment was right here with her. ... She glanced up at him with that duh look.
Author: Brenda Jackson
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
She never saw him coming...
La Competencia Creativa Del 2011 de la Sociedad de Diseño de Noticias
Society for News Design ... being a rock ' n ' roll song so nonsensical and dumb ,
not to mention infectious and riotous , that it has become a staple of Americana
As ... To do less would be un - American The bass line chih duh duh duh duh bas
become a national totemic Image , an auru ... Mar good things about him ,
throughout the service that tre uries - and resanded by his peers in although she
notes : " He ...
Author: Society for News Design
Featuring work selected by a panel of judges from more than 14,000 international publication entries, this volume sets the bar for excellence in journalistic design.
Ferapont , damn it , made me so angry , and I said something stupid to him . ...
MASHA ( Gets up , saying loudly ] : Druh - dee - duh . ... First of all , you have
something against Natasha , my wife , and I've noticed it since the day I got
Author: Anton Chekhov
A fresh, lively, accurate, and, for the first time, complete translation in English of Chekhov's five most famous plays.
During her junior year basketball season, D.J. faces the dual challenges of college recruiting and romance.
Author: Catherine Gilbert Murdock
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
During her junior year basketball season, D.J. faces the dual challenges of college recruiting and romance.