The buffet lunch line had already served 100 plus people but there was something strange going on. The chip bowl on the buffet table was full and the olives overflowed on the olive plate. I tried out taking some chips, and it was as I suspected. The spoon couldn’t really pick up the chips. You would dip it deep in there but only one or two could balance on the spoon while most fell off. It was also true with regard to the olive plate. The tongs couldn’t really work on them; the olives would slip through.
So first I removed the spoon and watched. People seemed reticent to pick up the chips with their fingers (just because so many people were watching). More were being taken than before but not enough to empty the bowl.
So then I took the necessary step. I switched the tongs with the olives with the spoon in the chips. Now you could easily get chips with tongs and olives with the spoon. I watched for ten minutes. My theory was proven: the olives disappeared (leaving only the pickles on the plate) and the chips were quickly taken and almost emptied. Pics below.
The lesson: sometimes seemingly intractable human problems are easily solved with the right piece of technology.
How much do you want to bet that most if not all of the FBI’s “foiled terror plot” are actually cases of entrapment.
im having another giveaway this is what u can win:
those aren’t people they don’t have rights they disagree with me
Students at George Mason University (GMU) signed a petition early this month asking President Obama to listen in on the “private conversations” of all Fox News employees and their families.
The petition, which was circulated on GMU’s flagship campus in Fairfax, Va, near Washington D.C., by Media Research Center video reporter Dan Joseph, described the right-leaning news channel as “a threat to media integrity and an informed populace.”
“We want the to be able to legally read their private e-mails and listen in on phone conversations between Fox News employees and their associates and their families,” Joseph explained to students, asking for their support.
Reactions were mixed. While a handful of students appealed to a “the First Amendment” and the right to privacy, several described their “hate” for the news channel.
Commander Shepard Vice City colors
And then the magical traveling circus of scholastic would randomly show up
at the motherfucking BOOK FAIR
I seriously miss the book fair.
Wait, you mean these don’t exist anymore?
you do realize there is such thing as book stores and online ordering right????????