4 My Homepage Funny Warning, may offend
I this page isn't half as funny if you've got your images turned off -- in fact
when I first took a look I thought "yeah.. amusing.. but.." -- and then I
loaded the images and fell off my chair with laughter.
It's almost believable until you get further down the page.
4 Christianity and carburetors Oddball
It's strange isn't it -- how God seems to single out some people and give them
a unique insight into some piece of technology or some part of science. Of course
some of those gifted with such holy insights often feel compelled to write a
book about it and sell that book through the Internet -- in the name of all
humankind. This lucky fellow credits God with helping him to develop a new
carburetor system that will "increase efficiency 4-5 times."
4 The Searl Effect Oddball
Professor Searl is a brilliant guy. He has invented a magnetic motor
"producing electric energy and, under certain conditions, an anti-gravity effect
that can be used for propulsion."
This genius has built and flown something called a "levity disk" (is that's
because it's so laughable I wonder?) and now he's prepared to share all his
wealth of information with YOU -- oh... for a price of course.
But don't think this man of science is without an artful side -- check out
his site and you'll find that he even gives us a poem (and he doesn't charge
for that little freebie!).
Also check out pictures of his anti-gravity disks hovering over such familiar
landmarks as London, Buckingham Palace, the White House lawn and others.
Now where did I put my credit-card. It must be true -- I saw it on the Net!
10 Things You Can Do With A Kiwi Dollar
Okay, here's a challenge for readers. Given the NZ dollar's recent death-defying
plunge, I'd like to build a list of new, novel and decidedly funny uses
for the newly deflated Kiwi dollar.
Please send me your suggestions and I'll publish them
in next week's Lighten Up section.
A New Section
I've had so much feedback on the Kiwi brain drain issue that next week
I'll be adding a new section to this site in which readers will be able
to post comments describing why they have decided to leave, stay or return
While the majority of comments received to date really do support the stats
which suggest we're losing people at an increasing rate, there have been
a few who have said that they're prepared to stick it out in the hope that
things must get better (eventually).
If we can keep this area of the site ticking over with discussion and
opinions "direct from the shop floor" so to speak, perhaps it will allow
our politicians to gauge the effectiveness (or otherwise) of their
proposed remedial policies.
Got a Job? Looking For Work?
When I redesigned this site a few months back, I added a number of links
to the top of the page which I said would be activated over a period of time.
Well good news -- the "Job Centre" link should be active as of Monday.
This will allow employers to post vacancies and workers to post notice of their
availability free of charge.
This isn't a commercial operation -- the idea is simply to try and ensure that
Aardvark's readers are able to find the workers they need -- or find the
jobs they're seeking.
You'd better get those job descriptions and CVs ready.
As always, your feedback is welcomed.