Though A Little Lax Scientifically, Hanukoglu Prepares To Apply Phenolphthalein To The Computer Screen
Hmmm. Remember that BIG STORY yesterday about that Israeli scientist, a Mr. Israel Hanukoglu, claiming Obama’s long form is a phony??? Well, just guess what happens today when you hit the World Net Daily link for the Israeli Scientist’s article:
Here is the WND link again, so you can try it for yourself:
I played around the website a little, and the 404 still shows up, even if you try to link from the site index page. Oh, I wonder what happened??? I hope the swift response from The Birther Think Tank played a part in this. Plus, Dr. Conspiracy discovered the article was an inaccurate retread from May 2011. (See links below in Note 2.)
Well, I guess Mr. Hanukoglu just couldn’t fix this problem by putting a band-aid on it.
Note 1. The Images. These are from the 1933 film, The Invisible Man.
Note 2. Links. Here is a link to yesterday’s Internet Article about this:
Here is the link to Dr. Conspiracy’s article:
Note 3. Put A Band-Aid On It: Word playing on the Invisible Man’s bandage disguise. This is an American idiom which means:
A temporary solution to a problem, or something that seems to be a solution but has no real effect.
Usage notes: Band-Aid is a trademark for a thin piece of sticky material used to cover small cuts on the body.
A few food and medical supplies were delivered to the region but it was little more than a Band-Aid.
Note 4. The Image Caption And Easter Egg. WTF, Phenolphthalein??? Well, it lends that scientific air to this Internet Article. And according to Wiki, phenolphthalein is:
A white or pale yellow crystalline powder, C20H14O4, used as an acid-base indicator, in making dyes, and formerly in medicine as a laxative. Because of its toxicity, it is no longer used in over-the-counter laxatives.
Sooo, get the word plays??? Bring out the base. A little lax.