Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Computer Rice...

Well... if somebody told you there was a product out there called "computer rice", what would you say? I know what I'd say... "HOGWASH!". And yet, here it is. Yet another one of the strange things we encounter living in Liberia. Debbie bought it because she heard that this computer rice is especially good...
This certainly gives new meaning to the question "How many bits in a byte?"
I learned that this rice is made with the latest Intel parboiled chip... Each grain of this rice has inscribed on it 10,000,000,000 little ones and zeros... When you eat this rice the little microcomputer chip in the grain of rice enters the body and those who produced the rice can then track your whereabouts for a while... until of course the inevitable takes place...

Looking forward to some good comments on this one...

5 comments:

Steve Pennings said...

Looks like it expires on a 3 year cycle...just like most computer hardware!

Steve Pennings said...

Is computer rice "hardware" or "software". Could be the first example of a single product that is both!

Art said...

Worst thing about computer rice is all the bugs.

Did it come with Windows 7?

Anonymous said...

Hi Dr. Sacra,

Interesting rice for sure. My name is D.C. Lundy. I will be coming your way in late February with Mike Parker and All Nations Ministries as we move forward with "Rejoice Liberia." Trokon dennis has been in contact with you about the possibility og malaria parachecks and Artesunate. I would like to visit via email but do not have your email address. If you would could you please contack ma at mine:
dwainclundy@yahoo.com so I will be able to be in close contact with you? Thank you very much.

daniel buck said...

Art is definitely right about needing to check all modules of Computer Rice for bugs before downloading.

And the problem with Computer Rice viruses is that you never can tell if it has any until it's been fully downloaded.

People have tried Computer Rice on Apple platforms but they're really not very compatible, and anyway Apples are so expensive.