Cidu Bill on Apr 15th 2014
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Cidu Bill on Apr 6th 2014
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Cidu Bill on Dec 29th 2013
Cidu Bill on Dec 25th 2013
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Cidu Bill on Dec 19th 2013
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Cidu Bill on Oct 31st 2013
I thought this was worth dusting off…
Cidu Bill on May 12th 2013
This is Disney’s greatest “Mother From Hell”
Cidu Bill on Feb 7th 2013
Perhaps the “Twinkee Madness” comic (see two minutes ago) is somehow explained by this previous strip, which is also a CIDU (unless Adam is just saying that Victor Hugo novels are very long, which isn’t much of a joke either for Adam or Basset):
But that being said, this is all manner of awesome:
Cidu Bill on Dec 24th 2012
Just give me a candy cane and let me listen to this.
Cidu Bill on Dec 20th 2012
Cidu Bill on Jun 22nd 2012
Cidu Bill on Jun 21st 2012
Cidu Bill on May 21st 2012
Don’t you hate when that happens? I don’t see the joke, though.
And am I the only person “of a certain age” who was reminded of this?
Cidu Bill on May 13th 2012
Janice, who sent the XKCD strip in this morning’s LOL collection, also sent this “live” version:
And just for the heck of it, here’s the original:
I’m just finding it hard to wrap my head around the concept that a bunch of people sat around in a room and said ”You know what sounds like a GOOD idea?…”
Cidu Bill on Feb 6th 2012
Cidu Bill on Dec 29th 2011
(There’s no option for “both,” because that answer would leave me no better off than I am now)
Cidu Bill on Dec 23rd 2011
Cidu Bill on Dec 19th 2011
(Lifted from Nicole’s Facebook page)
Cidu Bill on Dec 10th 2011
The interview will be online Monday.
Cidu Bill on Dec 9th 2011
Cidu Bill on Dec 2nd 2011
A commercial for a South African fast food chain. For some reason, some customers in Robert Mugabe’s Zimbabwe were not amused (this seems to load very slowly, by the way).
Cidu Bill on Nov 25th 2011
Cidu Bill on Oct 31st 2011
Cidu Bill on Oct 22nd 2011
Cidu Bill on Sep 20th 2011
Does anybody know how to combine a still image with a sound file into a “video file” YouTube will accept? It seems to be done a lot, so I’m thinking it’s a fairly simple process that everybody but me knows about.