Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Squirrels measure brain impulses.


Ah, here we have the New Improved Squirrelator being tested on a subject by Professor Von Nutcase at his laborotory just outside Grimspby in the heart of "Nut" country. With the aid of the Squirrelator the brain impulse nut grabber is modulated via the Conkercraniumator to measure the waves or wobbles when the patient is subjected to bags of acorns. These are upgraded to peanuts and cashews and finally brazils. The subject usually explodes by this point and the professor has to search for another "volunteer" at the Grimspby labour exchange.

Amperora, qui abbiamo il nuovo Squirrelator migliorato che è esaminato su un oggetto dal professor Von Nutcase al suo Grimspby esterno giusto laborotory nel cuore del paese "del dado". Con l'aiuto dello Squirrelator il grabber del dado di impulso del cervello si modula via il Conkercraniumator per misurare le onde o le vacillazioni quando il paziente è sottoposto ai sacchetti delle ghiande. Questi sono aggiornati alle arachidi ed anacardi ed infine brazils. L'oggetto esplode solitamente da questo punto ed il professore deve cercare un altro "volontario" allo scambio di lavoro di Grimspby.

1 comment:

MrBaliHai said...

It was only a matter of time before the Squirrel Insurgency learned how to tap directly into our minds. Their victory over the Human Race was complete.

And I must point out that the animal perched on the gentleman's head is a chipmunk, not a squirrel.