Jay Jacobson


Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock

[The game you know, just nerdier. As seen on Big Bang Theory.]

Sudo Sandwich

[Is this how a geek wears the pants in a relationship?]

The Tenth Dimension

[Interesting explanation of multidimensional theories]

Screaming Green Beans

[Billboard in Oakland. I could not stop laughing!]

Blue Balls

[Finally an interesting and fun use of animated GIFs]

Another Optical Illusion

[Another very cool optical illusion with dots moving around a circle]

Fortune Cookie Philosophy

[I got this in a fortune cookie. The lucky number should have been 42]

Alcohol Comedy by Jim Brewer

[Alcohol at a party. Damn this is funny!]

Fish Heads by Barnes and Barnes

[It was tough to dig this one up, but it is a classic]

Optical Illusion

[Excellent optical illusion of color perception]

LED Porn

[Some folks have too much free time]

Ron White Comedy Bit

[Tater Salad. Seriously funny stuff]


[The junkyard powerhouse]


[The quintessential Linux benchmark]

Fry, OD, and Drug

[A “Fry’s Food and Drug” grocery store sign]

Stupid Sprint

[Spam opt-out page, asking you to opt-in at the same time. Ugh...]

Blood Moon

[I took this picture on August 28, 2007 during a lunar eclipse]

Hot Water Heater

[Um, remind me again, what is the purpose of heating water that is already hot?]

Darkside Cookies

[What?!? Nobody ever told me there are cookies available!]


[Do you believe in fate?]

God Accepts Credit Cards

[Apparently now God accepts credit cards. That does not seem right...]

Time Machine Reference Chart

[A great reference chart to hang in your time machine]

Various Stuff

“Moving mountains is relatively easy. The hardest part is choosing which mountain to move.”

“Do not make someone a priority when they only make you an option.”

“It is better to ask forgiveness than permission.”

“Some people are like Slinkies. Their only purpose is to put a bright smile on your face when you push them down the stairs.”

“Carpe Noctem!”

"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom."

-- Anais Nin