… A new television series combines the mega-thriller, “Jurassic Park” with the satirical TV cartoon series “South Park”. It ends similarly to the original “Jurassic Park” with the main characters confronting a Tyrannosaurus and some velociraptors, except there is a in a scream of recognition, ‘OMG, They’ve killed Kenny” when they see a hat sticking out of the mouth of one of the lizards. …. Then there’s that modern classic “Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Who”. Abbott begins by explaining to his sidekick that Dr. Who is a time lord. “What’s a time lord? “No, Who is a time lord.” “Who is?” “Yes, I just told you.” “So Who’s the time Lord?” “Exactly correct.” “Who?” Certainly.” “What?” “No, who.” Costello then moves to ask, “What’s a Dalek?” “You’ve heard of the famous musical ‘Hello Dalek?’” “Uhhh. “And the famous artist, Salvador Dalek? And the Tartarus?” “No, thanks, I just had my teeth cleaned.’ … I’ve been waiting for this for years. After watching town after town struck by natural disasters such as hurricanes and tornadoes and hearing how the residents, “Are strong. They are the kind of people who won’t quit,”, the TV reporter on the spot turns to the camera and intones, “Well, these people quit. Back to you Tom..” … "And the Jeopardy question is 'It takes a licking and keeps on ticking." "Bob?" "What will never be said about John Boehner?"Last modified on Friday, 25 September 2015
RANDOM THOUGHTS: DR. WHO
I just accepted a LinkedIn invitation from someone with years of experience in counterintelligence. I am assuming my writing has been viewed as a serious threat to intelligence globally. … In the upcoming movie, “Harry Potter and the Heartbreak of Psoriasis”, the evil Lord Voldemort tries to vanquish the students of Hogwarts by inflicting them with ugly, red skin patches that cause them to hide in shame in the school.
Bob Scott has been informing and entertaining the mid-market financial software community with his email newsletters for 10 years. And he has been covering this market through print publications for 18 years, first as technology editor of Accounting Today and then as the Editor of Accounting Technology from 1997 through 2009. He has covered the traditional tax and accounting profession during the same time and continues to address that as executive editor of the Progressive Accountant.