Hormel finds calculator parts in chili


The article didn't say whether it was an HP or TI? see the following link:


Edited: 31 Jan 2004, 3:40 p.m. after one or more responses were posted


... dropped into a vat by a bean counter. :-^)




With Reverse Polish Sausage.





It's like breakfast cereal, there's a prize inside. Buy enough cans and assemble a whole 12c. This is the funniest thing I've heard in a long time. It's a cover up, HP has a contract with Costco to supply calculators, but they scrapped the 33s, so they're fulfilling the contract by selling chili. Where's Charleton Heston? 'It's not really chili, the cows are all dying, it's... calculators... Soylent chili is made of calculators!' oh the horror.




Probably Western Chili. You know.......with Buffalo chips.


Clearly this is a terrorist attack, on an important part of the American Capitalist-Imperialist machine, conducted using Weapons of Math Instruction.


--- Les Bell [http://www.lesbell.com.au]

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