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Tosh.0 Caption Challenge Results: Kid Container

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | September 9, 2011 at 12:00PM

Casey Anthony Tupperware: "Keeping your kids looking fresh long after you kill them."

We received nearly a thousand comments in our most recent Tosh.0 Caption Challenge.

After looking at your likes, we picked the caption above from a comment left by Trent Chambers.

Don't like it? See other top captions by checking out the comments from Monday's post.

Thanks to everyone who submitted! Come back next Monday at 4pm for another edition.

And remember: To enter our next Tosh.0 Caption Challenge using your phone, and to sign up for alerts whenever the latest caption challenge begins, text PUKE to 44686. To cancel, text END to 44686.

Tosh.0 Caption Challenge: Kid Container

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | September 6, 2011 at 4:00PM

"I'm selling the container for $5, but you
can have it for $2.50 if you also take the kid."

Think you have a better caption for this image? Post your own joke about this picture in the comments. Then check back Friday at noon when we'll post our favorite!

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[photo: Phillippe Huguen/AFP/Getty Images]

Old School Storage

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | March 22, 2010 at 12:00PM

According to BuzzFeed, this is picture of 200 MB of storage back in 1970.

From the look of that thing, you could physically fit more copies of Beck's worst CD inside it than you could stores MP3s of the album on it!  I'm not sure why anyone would have that many CD copies of Mutations lying around though.

It's amazing how far we've come.  My laptop hard drive has 451 gigabytes of storage.  200 MB is nothin'.  I got PDF files bigger than that!  (That's a pretty major "zinger" for computer geeks.)

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The REAL Evolution of Storage

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | November 30, 2009 at 5:11PM

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Everyone has been going nuts over an Evolution of Storage infographic posted on Flickr last week showing the ever-changing storage capacity of different media devices over the years.  The chart certainly shows how far we've come.

In the original, for music storage, red squares equal 1 minute of music whereas green squares equal 1 hour of music.  However, I quickly realized you could make a small tweak in the graphic's legend without reducing its veracity.

Check out the altered legend above.  The chart still works, right!?

See how well the new version works with the whole graphic after the jump…

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