The Guardian: asking the questions that matter.
The comments on that story are worth reading for a change (just a load of puns about breasts).
Couldn't have happened to a nicer bloke.
Well, unless they managed to also hit Milo Yiannopolus with the shit, because he was there too.
I think Yiannopolus and Shkreli must somehow be clones.
I'm not sure who of though - who's history's greatest shithead idiot?
There's a whole thread.
I'm thinking Neville Chamberlain? Idi Amin? Donald Trump?
I don't know.
The asswipe that thought up slavery?
You mean Horatio. S. Lavery?
Yeah, he was a douche.
I could think of a million people worse, he made a mistake but his heart was in the right place.
I am so sorry but my brain immediately kicked out:"In a Canopic jar?"
I don't know what that is.
I kinda just went there to check me spelling...
Come on, man - they're what every aincent alien gadget was stored in in Stargate the first time SG-1 stumble upon them
It was awfully convenient that the ancient Egyptians invented hermetic seals.
Well I don't see how that could go wrong...
(I was looking for an image from the Dirty Pair episode The Little Dictator, where an uplifted mouse is hacking the WWWA computers, but there wasn't anything with enough context, sadly.
No, no, they got them from the Goa'uld. Try to keep up