The Ramblings of a Somewhat Unstable Mind

Bloghenstein

(blah-ghen-stein)

Beer steins were invented the next town over. What should we invent?

1) The mad doctor who, upon connecting his laptop to a lightning bolt, invented the Internet. His first thought was to blog about his success, but, alas, since nobody else had the Internet yet, he was a complete and utter failure. He committed suicide the following Friday, the day before the first Apple computer was unveiled.

2) A small town just outside Dusseldorf where some insist that the first blog was written. It basically said something about the Aryan race and some kind of supremacy. (Wonder how that worked out? And, really, a little ahead of it’s time?)

3) A large glass that holds at least 3 liquid blogs. (Just wait for it, they’ll invent it soon enough – LCB displays, Liquid Crystal Beer)

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Comments on: "Word of the Day; January 19, 2012" (7)

  1. Definition 2 is good! Wasn’t Dusseldorf mentioned in Harry Potter? If so that is sad that I know that… I have heard that the town Bloghenstein is growing rapidly in population as so many people fight to create a successful blog and find the magic secret to success…

  2. Marc I’ve been to Germany and visited this town, it was only a small pocket calculator then attached to a bleeper.
    Nigel
    😉

  3. He was not really a doctor. The site where he got his diploma was a scam.
    Red.

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