Those We Should Have Lost In 2012

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Vol 48 Issue 51

2012 In Technology

The debut of the iPhone 5, the landing of NASA’s Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars, and the discovery of what is likely the Higgs boson were all major events this year.
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Those We Should Have Lost In 2012

Northern Sportive Lemur: Scientists aren’t sure how these primates have held on for so long. This guy should have kicked the bucket already.
Grandpa Jerry: He is 94 and just sitting on a big pile of money he’s not doing anything with. Come on, already.
Neil Armstrong’s Wife: Only because it would have been poetic, you know?
Guy Crossing Street In Traffic: Who does he think he his? Lucky he didn’t get himself killed.
Michael Clarke Duncan: What’s that? He did die? That’s too bad.
Sgt. Nicholas Brody: Homeland writers so could have killed him off. They know they could have. Would have made the show much better, too. But they pussied out. Of course.
Me: It should have been me. It should have been me!
Danny: After he knocked Dad’s camera off the table and broke it, we all thought he was going to be dead meat.
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