Monday, August 18, 2014


Both the question and the answer.


Windy Wilson said...

Duct tape is, after all, the force that holds the universe together. Plus, it has a dark side and a light side!

deadmandance said...

Definitely the most reasonable answer, considering the question.

Expatriate Owl said...

This shows the abject failure of the educational system.

Not only can't they spell, but they have their scientific history wrong.

Einstein did not invent gravity!

Newton did!

Expatriate Owl said...

And Vesta Stoudt invented Duct Tape:

Old NFO said...

+1 on Windy... :-)

Goober said...

Expat Owl;

You forgot the smiley face on the end of your post to make sure everyone knows that you're joking...:)

Goober said...

Sometimes I wonder if people posting these idiotic questions, with poor spelling and crappy grammar to boot, aren't just otherwise intelligent people who are trolling like a boss.

I cannot imagine how people this stupid can function.

To not understand that gravity was not "invented" but was rather a universal law that was "discovered" is just inexcusable.

Sure, I'll give you a pass on not knowing who discovered it. That's a piece of trivia in the grand scheme of things.

But to be so ignorant as to think that human beings invented and implemented fundamental, basic laws of physics, and that prior to that, the law (and the force associated with it) did not exist?

I call troll. No way someone is that stupid and still knows how to work a toilet.

Windy Wilson said...

But I looked on the internet. Some guy named Einstien did invent Garvity. It was suppressed because Garvity causes heart attacks in laboratory animals.

Goober, don't worry, DARPA is developing a sarcasm font, and alpha testing should be ready to start in just a few more budget cycles.

It's on the internet, they couldn't print it if it wasn't true!!
RoFLMAO (I wish I could laugh my gut off, but such is life).

JD(not the one with the picture) said...

The Two Fundamental Laws of Nature

1. If it moves, but shouldn't: duct tape.

2. If it should move, but doesn't: WD-40.

I didn't create or discover those laws, but I did read them somewhere on the intertubes.

kx59 said...

I'll be danged.
I always thought it was because the earth sucks.