Arnold Schwarzenegger sends a secret message to the California Congress. A sad day for geeks: Jolt Cola is ceasing production. We talk about the "Yo Dawg" meme. China accuses Google of unfair censorship (ironic much?). Blackberry phones get eavesdropping software. Musicians call for a release of the torture soundtrack details. DARPA is researching putting the Internet into orbit. Walmart is competing with Best Buy's Geek Squad in terms of in-home installation. All this plus Fark Headline of the Week and Question of the Week.
- Arnold Schwarzenegger's coded F-bomb in veto
- Jolt Cola May Stop Production, Close
- The game has changed
- Xzibit "Yo Dawg" Meme
- China Accuses Google of Unfair Censorship
- Blackberry phones get eavesdropping spyware
- Hennessey CTS-V Pulls 11-Second Quarter Mile, Alerts OnStar Of "Emergency"
- Musicians call for release of torture soundtrack details
- DARPA Looks to Send the Internet into Orbit
- Quickdev16 SNES developers cart: now you too can make games no one will ever play
- Houston newscaster dictates slide transitions, goes bowling with Wiimote
- New Processor Will Feature 100 Cores
- Verizon Storm2 on October 28th, BlackBerry OS 5.0 for original Storm out now
- Walmart to rival Best Buy's Geek Squad with own in-home install crew
- Thermonuclear Reactor To Use Coconut Shells
- Rust And Smoke, The Heater's Broke, The Door Just Flew Away: Da Yoopers' Rusty Chevrolet
Additional Notes Edit
When talking about ZFS, Ryder refers to it as a 128-bit Operating System. However, what he meant was a 128-bit filesystem. The soda that Adrian couldn't remember the name of was Josta. At the end, all three of them watch these videos.