SUPPLIEEEEES!!!!. . l will be buried in a spring loaded casket filled with confetti, and a future archaeologist will have one awesome day at work.. Not if the grave robber has a good day first.
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#8 - turbodoosh (03/22/2013) [-]
That title
That title
User avatar #40 to #8 - rieskimo (03/22/2013) [-]
What is this from? I tried to youtube it but got nothing.
User avatar #43 to #40 - Bobzilla (03/22/2013) [-]
Weird Al's film, UHF.
User avatar #2 - nittytipples ONLINE (03/21/2013) [-]
Not if the grave robber has a good day first.
#39 to #2 - anon (03/22/2013) [-]
is this "good day" before or after he ***** himself?
User avatar #46 to #2 - stijnverheye (03/22/2013) [-]
Not if the necrophil has a good day first , and he probably will
#22 to #2 - arstya (03/22/2013) [-]
Bitch please, we're broke as **** .
#23 to #22 - hokeymon ONLINE (03/22/2013) [-]
Who said about stealing your money?
#20 - ixcarnifexxi (03/22/2013) [-]
Archaeologists' face when
Archaeologists' face when
#25 to #20 - jazzytheferret (03/22/2013) [-]
Is that an extremely fat ferret?
#32 to #25 - rapecannon (03/22/2013) [-]
just an average sized male
User avatar #31 to #25 - ixcarnifexxi (03/22/2013) [-]
All ferrets will get chubby. Mine's a year old, he's not quite this fat but he's gettin big.
#35 to #31 - jazzytheferret (03/22/2013) [-]
Ooooh I see. I have 2 females and a 1-year old male. Still haven't experienced the fatness.
#33 to #20 - anon (03/22/2013) [-]
why is it so adorable
#24 to #20 - NicksterMagster (03/22/2013) [-]
Or maybe this one
Or maybe this one
User avatar #7 - rhc (03/22/2013) [-]
Sounds like the beginning of a Bones episode.
User avatar #29 to #7 - WindblownRebel (03/22/2013) [-]
I can see the WTF look of Booth.
#13 - anon (03/22/2013) [-]
That would be implying that in the future people will be disrespecting graves and disturbing the dead. I don'k think humans would have such audacity to do such a horrendo- oh wait.
#11 - docteragondildos (03/22/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
#19 - gevaudan (03/22/2013) [-]
I want to do this.
#30 - dimthemace (03/22/2013) [-]
i seriously read this as "i will be buried in a spring loaded casket filled with spaghetti"
User avatar #6 - nightmaren (03/22/2013) [-]
I don't know why people think humans in the future will look back at the 2000s and think it's a total mystery, like the way we look at other ancient civilizations and not understand completely how they lived.
All information is logged and **** . History all over the globe is being actively recorded, so we're not going to lose track. Historians in the year 6100 aren't going to be looking at photos from the 2000s and be like "hm this is very curious this civilization was strange". They're not going to need to decipher the latin alphabet the way we had to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphs.
#21 to #6 - anon (03/22/2013) [-]
assuming humans live that long and the next intelligent life form to inhabit earth knows what the hell your saying.
#41 to #6 - anon (03/22/2013) [-]
and nothing will ever happen to destroy that info, right?
User avatar #12 to #6 - coolcalx (03/22/2013) [-]
"All information is logged and **** ."

digital information will not withstand the test of time. It won't take long for all digital data to become corrupted beyond repair, much in the same manner that ancient papyrus scrolls are so torn, that the can't be translated.
#15 to #12 - explosifjosiff (03/22/2013) [-]
but now we are actively saving information in libraries and museums, we have measures for preserving written documents, and we can reprint them. Information cant be lost to us in the broad sense that it has been to earlier civilizations. We have too many precautions for saving information. Even if a building was to burn down much of the written documents could be reprinted from online sources within a week.
If archaeology was ever to focus on the 2000's it would likely focus on the Australian aborigines or Native american groups which have no documentation of their social structure. Either that or archaeology would focus on contemporary history, working with the aid of written documents.
Either way, digital information does not have to withstand the test of time. it gets re-saved, reprinted, and stored away in safe places where even the heating and humidity is set to preserve it as best it can
User avatar #37 to #15 - coolcalx (03/22/2013) [-]
the data itself is what's getting corrupted. even though it exists on the internet, eventually, the data will become corrupted beyond any hope of restoring it
#47 to #37 - explosifjosiff (03/22/2013) [-]
Even if it did it wouldnt matter, it would just be rewritten based on other forms of documentation, and all this stuff is backed up across a dozen computers and through a number of companies

User avatar #9 to #6 - fishtacos (03/22/2013) [-]
Unless a certain disaster/the wear of time suddenly wipes out our entire modern civilization, effectively ending all technological recording and leaving only certain things that stand the test of time if humans survive the calamity. So, yeah, it's a possibility, if only a small one.
#10 to #6 - doggstar (03/22/2013) [-]
have you seen idiocracy? that is how the world will end up, and then the aliens that finally come to earth will wipe them out and look through all of our old cities...but the confetti would have degraded by then so his idea is useless.. i'd have a shotgun placed in mine so when someone opens it they get riddled with pellets
#17 to #10 - ybigballz (03/22/2013) [-]
if the confetti would have degraded, any gun powder used in today's shotgun shells would be useless
User avatar #1 - osmaniac (03/21/2013) [-]
Too bad the worms would have eaten the entire thing before any archeologist would have a reason to dig you up...
User avatar #3 to #1 - blasthardcheese (03/21/2013) [-]
how long does it take the skeleton to decompose?
User avatar #4 to #3 - IAmManbearpig (03/22/2013) [-]
depends on acidity of soil, bones could last for hundreds of years in a fairly neutral soil, which in archaeology terms isn't very long.
plus, i doubt the wood and metal would last as long.
#44 - krisaeron (03/22/2013) [-]
Why? 			****		 the future, that's why.
Why? **** the future, that's why.
#38 - cancerbats (03/22/2013) [-]
YFW
YFW
User avatar #42 - asmodeu ONLINE (03/22/2013) [-]
That or an instant heat attack.
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#34 - pwoneill (03/22/2013) [-]
...or the ******* scariest moment of his goddamned life!
#27 - psykojet (03/22/2013) [-]
Can I be put in there with swords?
Only sword pic I have
User avatar #45 to #27 - sanguinesolitude (03/22/2013) [-]
unrelated, but i will take one to go please.
#28 to #27 - geooooolah (03/22/2013) [-]
That's a really nice spirited away poster actually.
That's a really nice spirited away poster actually.
#26 - rihardololz (03/22/2013) [-]
or with panties
User avatar #18 - mookiez (03/22/2013) [-]
And what if it's his birthday. Happy bday from this skeleton.
#14 - dalzyone (03/22/2013) [-]
honestly i think the archaeologists would think our generation is retarded if they find a locked saved box of confetti
User avatar #16 to #14 - walcorn ONLINE (03/22/2013) [-]
> spring loaded

meaning the confetti would burst out as the open it.
Imagine that surprise, that's not retarded at all
#5 - anon (03/22/2013) [-]
If he isn't killed by a 70 kilo casket lid hitting him in in the face at the speed of an airbag deployment first.
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