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Thursday, April 21, 2005

An Eerie Vision of The Future

Posted by a4g @ 4/21/2005 11:45:00 PM

One of the great things about group blogging alongside the Stephen Hawking is that he can show you some really cool stuff you can do on the internet. For one thing, did you know that by creating a hyperlink with the html style="time: 5096yr;" you can look forward to an internet that is yet to be? We didn't think so, because we know that you're NOT the smartest freakin' physicist on the planet. You're just some jackass looking around the internet when you should be doing something constructive.

Well, we went over to one of our favorite blogs, because we really wanted to know if PoliPundit was really going to keep that counter up until John Kerry signed his form 180, and lo and behold, the gang is still blogging strong after all those years. Here is a screenshot we took before the wormhole connecting us to the future collapsed. Click on the picture for a closer look. Fascinating.

Oh, by the way, in the future, Point Five gets way more than 10 visitors a day. WAY more.

UPDATE: Welcome visitors from PoliPundit and Decision '08. Visit our main page for more stupid stuff.

UPDATE: Welcome visitors from The Watcher of Weasels. I don't wish to influence the voting on your august process, but you'll notice quid pro quo hyperlinks in the blogroll, wink, wink. Coming from Point Five, this could mean literally TENS OF VISITORS weekly.


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At 4/23/2005 10:10:00 AM, Anonymous fudgesicle ...
Hey, the counter doesn't match the date given. You guys are sloppy.
At 4/23/2005 10:12:00 AM, Blogger a4g ...
You've got way to much free time, fudgesicle. Besides, you're not taking into account the Innocentian calender, instituted in 3507 AD by Pope Innocent XXXVI. Duh.
At 4/23/2005 10:14:00 AM, Anonymous Conservagirl ...
Is Col. Hunt still selling his book in the future?
At 4/23/2005 10:15:00 AM, Anonymous It's_Called_Reality_So_Deal ...
This can't be legit. There's no way Point Five will ever get more than 10 hits a day.
At 4/23/2005 10:16:00 AM, Anonymous GOPLover ...
I just wonder if the Democrats, with no seats in the Senate, are still going to be able to maintain the filibuster.
At 4/23/2005 10:17:00 AM, Blogger a4g ...
GOPLover -
Yes. The filibuster is maintained. The Republicans just need a little more time...

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