Friday, June 23, 2006

YES on Clean Energy

I joke a lot on this blog, but this is something YOU should take seriously. It's time to remove the big oil company's stranglehold on America, and get serious about using alternative fuels!! Ethanol/FlexFuel technology is here NOW and needs to be implemented on the grand scale. Imagine having a choice between fuels at the gas station: $4.00 for gasoline, or $1.79 for Ethanol? Which would you pick?

Let's remove our dependance on foreign oil, and get SERIOUS about our future. Cleaner air, smarter economy, and more money for our American farmers!! Brazil is ALREADY DOING THIS, so WHY DONT WE!?!?!

If you haven't already CLICK ON THE LINK above, and get more information!!

Now sit back, and enjoy your popcorn and ice-cold raspberry lemonade.

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

I'm getting flogged?

If nothing else, this guy should relax, and have himself a nice hot smores and a glass of sparkling lemon water.

Still, that's a good picture of me there with my woman. What's her name...?

Friday, May 19, 2006

Q&A with Corn Cob Bob

I don't remember doing this interview, but the information is good! Thanks Jim!

Thursday, May 11, 2006

Corn Cob Trend

Seems the trend of people searching for corn cobs is on the upswing! Time for me to make hay. ... and lemonade! Build it, and they will come.

Thursday, March 23, 2006

The Corn Cob Challenge

This isn't your run-of-the-mill contest, this is the Corn Cob Challenge!
"Contestants Jen and Earl compete to see who is most entertaining while eating corn off the cob. This is a style competition, not a race!"
You may want to keep the kids in the other room when you watch this video (its a BIT racy). Say Jen, come to my place, and I'll give you a challenge!

Nah, I'm just jokin. Pour another quart of oil in that tractor and ride off into the field. Good farmin!

Wednesday, March 22, 2006


Hmmm, sounds like something I could use:

The storage unit is a corn cob with various kernels punched out/left in to represent ones and zeros. The cob is held via those little corn forks, except it can rotate freely around its long axis so that a given row can be aligned beneath a bar on which rides a belt-driven read-head. The read-head is a light sensor that feeds into a small microcontroller that uses a dynamic algorithm both to position the head axially and linearly over the kernels, and to judge kernel presence/absence. The controller must contain logic to identify kernel spacing, similar to timing recovery in an analog modulated bit stream.

Not sure what I'd use it for... Maybe for controlling my robot corn army! Oh wait, I didn't just say that. Have a corn dog and some corn brandy!

Thursday, February 23, 2006

The Corn Army

Hats off to Snabby for this link! In one of Strongbad's many hidden links, there is a reference to the Corn Army I am rais ... er ... ficticious Corn Army!

Friday, February 17, 2006

Corncob 3D

At first, I thought I might have found me a mate, but alas, its just a computer game:

"Corncob 3D/Deluxe is an early flight sim where WW2 never happened because Hitler had a fatal injury in his youth. However, in it's place, aliens have decided to invade Earth (again) because they need someone to clean their toilets (not really a joke). However, despite the fact that they can travel light years in a short span of time, they can only seem to muster projectile weapons in their invasion, and a simple 500 lbs. bomb can blow up most of their structures. Therefore, they have been unable to completely take over as of yet. Also, out of all of the planes that were developed during World War II, the only one to make it into this alternate universe is F4U Corsair. And this sets the stage for you. You come on to the scene as a pilot fighting against the aliens, based at locations dangerously near the front lines. In Corncob Deluxe, these locations include a grassland, a wasteland, an area in which missions can only be flown at night, and the aircraft testing area at White Sands, New Mexico.

Friday, February 10, 2006

The Cornulator

This nifty tool will tell you how many cobs of corn it will take to run your FlexFuel car or truck.

While you are there, check out the Video Cobcast for the latest in corn technology!

Let's cornulate!

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Googlin' Corn Cob Bob

It's taken awhile, but now if you google for "Corn Cob Bob", a link to this blog is in the top ten! Hooray!

I think I may have to change my jeans.

Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Ancient Corn Cobs Unlock Riddle

These people didn't have to worry about gasoline prices, or using alternative fuels. They just had to carry their corn, so they wouldn't starve on the job! Which reminds me, I've got some cobs in the pot waiting for some good eatin. Mmmmm cobs.

Monday, January 30, 2006

Corn Cob Hygeine

"I've heard that the use of dry corn cobs was a fairly popular choice before the advent of toilet paper. It may not have been used by the Natives but it was apparently practiced by early settlers in North America. Once the kernels have been taken off and the cob allowed to dry, the remaining kernel husk, or what ever it's called, on the cob is fairly soft. I don't know how comfortable it would have been, but it sounds a lot more pleasant to use than a rock, smooth stick, or snow!" - Michael Teal

Now wait just a second there!!

Thursday, January 05, 2006

Corn Cob Topia

Someday, these buildings will dominate the surface of the earth as my gnarly mutant cobs march into the cities, and enslave the human race!! Mwuu haah haah!!!!

Just kidding! Chill, and have yourself a nice hot buttered corn-on-the-cob with a glass of lemonade!

Mmmm Human

This is a picture of me shortly before I devoured a fan of mine. You don't think I survive on Corn alone, do you?