Musings from Brian J. Noggle
Thursday, August 20, 2009
No Followup Question On Who Is The Senior Partner
President Obama explains it to rabbis:
    "We are God's partners in matters of life and death," Obama went on to say, according to Moline's real-time stream.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009
There's A Logical Explanation For That
Obama's MySpace page: I'm 52 years old, not 48: Would place president's birth during time Hawaii was a territory:
    If President Obama were indeed born in Hawaii, was it while the islands were a territory of the United States?

    A new wrinkle in the dispute over his birth – and whether he is eligible to be president under the U.S. Constitution's requirement that the president be a "natural born" citizen – appeared today when Obama's official MySpace page declared his age is 52, thus placing his birth year at 1957 instead of 1961 as has been claimed.

    That would mean he would have been born during the archipelago's time as a territory of the U.S., the islands' status from about 1900 until statehood in 1959.
President Barack Obama obviously was born in 1961 and turned 50 in 2011, at which time he saw the disaster that befell a United States where he was not President, including the complete collapse of the health care system, ocean levels rising, a democratically-elected and Constitutionally sound government in Honduras, and a vibrant used automobile market. Once he saw this, he traveled back in time to 2006, got elected to Senate, and began his world-saving run for the presidency in time to avert catastrophe.

That's Occam's Razor applied liberally.

Monday, August 17, 2009
New Term: Googlebopping
It's similar to a Googlebomb or a Googlewhack, but it's this: when someone tries to find a set of search terms to use to conduct a Google search that will link to a certain blog so that you can see if your search terms appear in that blog's round-up of weird search engine queries. For example:
  1. Go to Google.

  2. Search for betty naked with Mr Weatherbee.

  3. Click through on the Dustbury link.

  4. Watch for your search terms to appear in one of his Strange Search Engine Queries posts.
Other blogs to try this with include Munchkin Wrangler and View from the Porch.

I know, you think I have too much time on my hands. The problem is that I don't have enough time on my hands to do anything productive. Instead, I have just enough time to come up with harebrained schemes like this.

To say Noggle, one first must be able to say the "Nah."