It has been a while since I posted a Friday Funny post or a puzzle for you to solve. So today this shall be rectified. Here is something to keep you entertained as I travel to Fargo, ND, USA for the Microsoft Dynamics GP Tech Conference 2017.
The following Mathematical Challenge is one that is causing confusion all over the interwebs and is one which I believe can have two legitimate answers. However I would argue that only one of those two answers is actually correct.
This is from a little while ago (March 2016), but it is hilarious… especially if you enjoy cycling like I do.
Before you read any further, let’s start with a challenge: Grab a pen and a piece of paper and draw a men’s bicycle from memory, include as much detail as you can.
How did you go? Could your drawing actually work
My colleagues Steve Endow MVP from Precipio Services and Andrew Dean from Envisage Software have been busy creating a video about the Microsoft Dynamics GP MVPs and it is awesome.
It is a parody of Dire Straits – Money For Nothing and will surely spread around the interwebs like wildfire.
Continuing the James Veitch’s series on spam, here is his latest video. If you have not watched the previous videos, click on the links below:
Isn’t YouTube a wonderful time waster. I came across an awesome Star Wars fan film that I just had to share….
Star Wars: Downunder is a 30 minute Star Wars fan film which finally answers the age old question, that has confounded many a film buff before: What would happen if you crossed Star Wars with an Australian beer commercial.
Answer? Star Wars Downunder: an epic tale of the good, the bad and the thirsty. Directed by Michael Cox and written by Bryan Meakin and Michael Cox, Star Wars Downunder, is half an hour of action, special effects and lovable Aussie larakins
A while ago, I introduced you to James Veitch. I very talented comedian geek who loves to have fun with spammers. Here is the link for the previous post:
If you have not watched it yet, please do and then watch one in this post.
I think last week’s puzzle was too simple for you, so here is something with more of a challenge.
I know that the Christmas theme is a little late (but it is summer Down Under anyway).