Some scans of a Superman comic where Lois Lane goes undercover as a black woman. What a reporter!!
The story begins with Lois assigned to do a story on Metropolis’s urban area that Lois refers to Little Africa. It seems that all black people refuse to submit to an interview done by Miss Whitey. Young children, old blind ladies, and even people on the street hate white people. With Superman’s help Lois is placed inside the Plastimold and the Transformoflux Pack invented by Dahr-Nel, Kryptonian Surgeon. Apparently this machine is meant to change white people to black people. You have to wonder if Superman uses this machine often?
(via Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables)
Cool but I don’t remember Garfield always looking so happy.
(via CoolGov , one of the best new blogs I have seen.)
I am not the biggest Ronald Reagan fan but this is one terrific gallery of pictures.
I especially like the timeline on the sidebar for this site.
But now it all makes sense.
In an office on the fourth floor (room 404), they placed the World Wide Web’s central database: any request for a file was routed to that office, where two or three people would manually locate the requested files and transfer them, over the network, to the person who made that request.
When the database started to grow, and the people at CERN realised that they were able to retrieve documents other than their own research-papers, not only the number of requests grew, but also the number of requests that could not be fulfilled, usually because the person who requested a file typed in the wrong name for that file. Soon these faulty requests were answered with a standard message: “Room 404: file not found”.
The vampire movie database.