September 4, 2008

Is the end near? – Truth or Lie

Posted in America, babies, Blame, Body, Business, children, Comedy, family, genetics, Humor, lie of the day, Medical Conditions, men, military, Monkey Butt, Personal, Politics, Quotes, Religion, Republicans, satire, Society, soldier, Spouses, subconscious mind, technology, War, women tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 4:06 pm by jimwilbur

Professor Obvious of WASU gave a lecture today on the state of the world:

Look toward our future! Today there are approximately 6.7 billion people on this little planet. In the next hundred years all these people will be dead, well most of them anyway. What a tragedy! Who will dispose of all these bodies? Think about this too, more people will be born during the next one hundred years and many of those people will die! And what about all the animals? Think about the great blue whales, how many of them will die? What about the lions and tigers and bears? We worry about war, oil, poverty, terrorists and politics but who thinks about the great disaster that is facing us all other than those of us here at WASU?

At WASU, we are thankful to those professor’s who both seek and expose the truth! Obviously, our favorite professor received thunderous applause and a standing ovation from the appreciative audience here at We’re All Screwed University.

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August 31, 2008

Men unnecessary? Truth or lie

Posted in babies, Body, bone marrow, child birth, children, DNA, family, genetics, Humor, men, pregnancy, sperm, Trends, women tagged , , , , , , , , , , at 7:30 pm by keithwilbur

Will science render men unnecessary?

The possibility seems real…

I normally don’t spend a great deal of time thinking about my sperm.

But recently a team of scientists announced they had made artificial sperm from human bone marrow, and media reports abounded with the dire news that my goodfellas (and by extension, me) had been rendered unnecessary.

If a woman chose to do so, speculated tabloid journalists, she could make sperm from her own bone marrow, fertilize another woman’s egg — and voila, no man needed!
BBC article