NEW EPISODES TUESDAYS 10/9c
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Daniel's giving away his sweet ass ride. Take a look at fan entries now.
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Isn't browsing internet good enough on its own? Apparently, many Firefox users would disagree with me.
Firefox is known for its copious amount of add-ons that can enhance your browsing experience. But if your idea of "enhancement" is loading up on 400 add-ons, you should consult one of your three dictionary toolbars to get a new definition of the word "enhance." If you think slowing your browsing down to a stand-still is worth color-coding your browser tabs, you're nuts.
I'm game for a few tweaks, but if you're completely impeding my ability to look at web pages with sanity… then forget it. Beware of these ridiculous extensions that take add-on excess to a new level.
Add-On: Christian Anti-Porn
Description: "Flee sexual immorality (1Co 6:18). Christian Anti-Porn will filter links and alert the user if any porn websites are clicked. This will not block but warn every Christian that he is going to crucify Jesus Christ again if he proceeds to such websites."
Whoever developed this add-on has come across the ultimate anti-porn algorithm: God. I bet He's pretty mathematically sound.
When you visit a porn site, an alert window will "warn every Christian that he is going to crucify Jesus Christ again." That must be a pretty tough pill to swallow. In fact, those Christians will probably have to look at twice as much porn to keep it up after such a disturbing interruption.
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I'm guessing there is a truth behind this video: The average American probably doesn't understand things like "what is a browser?" or "what is the difference between a browser and a search engine?"
Still, finding people in Times Square to give dumb answers to any question is like shooting fish in a barrel. I bet many of these interviewees would struggle with questions as simple as "Where are you now?" and "Why are you talking to me?"
We'll just call this an "inexact study."
P.S. Props to the old dude in the cap who uses the word "predominates" to try and mask his utter confusion of what is going on on planet Earth.