Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by thinkingaboutit, Mar 31, 2009.
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I couldn't think of anything so lets all pretend..
Oh damn. You got me!
That was fun was'nt it everybody?
Oh shit, were you both waiting up way past your bed time hoping to catch someone out?
OMG. I'm so sorry!
It'll be next year soon.
Stick it in your diary...
April Fool? Well, I thought my paycheque was a pretty good joke.
Come on, sir, where's the rest...?
We don't need (April) fool jokes - we have hundreds in Parliament!
I think the story about Alan Shearer being manager of the toon is an April Fool.
I think Shearer would have to be a bloody fool to take the job!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcthree/videohub/esptest.shtml bbc effort
well would you adam and eve it.... i'm not psychic
BMW April Fool?
Just seen an advert in The Metro -
BMW Magnetic Tow Technology
BMWâs award-winning EfficientDynamics programme has been taken to the next level with the announcement of an innovative fuel and emissions saving system called Magnetic Tow Technology (MTT). In a bid to retain its World Green Car of the Year crown, BMW will launch MTT across its range today.
The unique system, developed in conjunction with NASA, works via a discreet unit located in the front valance that projects an enhanced magnetic beam 20 metres in front of the BMW. Once a suitable target car is located and the BMW is magnetically locked on behind it, the driver is then able to take his foot off the accelerator, turn off the engine and let the car in front do all the work. The towing car will not notice any change in manoeuvrability.
The BMW driver can unhook from the towing car at any time by depressing the clutch pedal to start the vehicle. This is the same method used to operate the existing Start Stop system. Drivers of automatic transmission BMWs need only move the lever into the âDâ position to continue on their way. Early research indicates that MTT could save as much as 30 per cent in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Gurus from BMWâs in-house driving etiquette guide suggest flashing the car in front and giving a friendly hand gesture to thank them for the free ride.
BMWâs Head of Innovation, Dr Noitt All, a specialist in Kinetic Ride And Propulsion, said: âBMW has always been a leader in the application of the very latest automotive technology. Up until now the EfficientDynamics programme has looked at ways of improving the performance of our own products, but we thought why burn your own fuel when you can burn someone elseâs?â
The 56-year-old boffin promised more to come from his innovation workshop but in the meantime recommended people email his colleague firstname.lastname@example.org to be kept abreast of further developments.
For more product information please call 0800 777 119.
I'm guessing this one from the daily mail
The SMAILS effort
Sorry there but this is the mails effort
Google just put this up as well
Separate names with a comma.