Friday, October 30, 2009

Scientists Find Internet On and Off Switch

By DP Fleming, D Pressing News Senior Staff Reporter.

In an exclusive interview, Dr. Fook You and Dr. Chow Poon of Biobuy, bye,, Inc. in a Silicone plant Valley told the D Pressing News this morning they have found the Internet's on-off switch. The switch had been spliced into an extension chord that ran from an old, black and white GE television set, then to a Texas Instrument calculator wired into a phone line. “It’s labeled the information super highway,” said Dr. Poon, before slipping on dozens of wooden sticks scattered about the floor at the base of his workbench.

Like many scientific discoveries, the incredible archaeological find happened by accident. The scientists had been working under a 12-million-dollar government grant to create a new, solid, nicotine free, smokeless, tobacco free, cigarette oid.

The new ingenious hybrid cigarette known as, "a Stick", comes with a removable colored filter and its own snap on non-ash ashtray.

The scientists are hiding the Internet on-off switch and threaten to use the valuable fossil when they get fed up with You tube, Facebook, D Pressing News, and “…the rest of the bullshit the Internet has spun off in the last decade”.

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