Thursday, July 28, 2011

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21 Comments

  1. Mustard

  2. OK, who pronounces gigawatts as if it were jigawatts? If you do, then make sure you know how many jigabytes are on your hard drive!

  3. LOL good friends.

  4. LMAO!

  5. Made me chuckle

  6. vaginalroundhouse

    Great Scott!!!!

  7. Dawn of the Dan

    21 gigawatts?? The only power source capable of generating 21 gigawatts of electricity is 17.36 bolts of lightning!

  8. smells like fake, while 2 hours is enough time to get ready, take your car to the shop and describe this problem, learn why you’re a moron, come home and post on facebook, it smells fake

  9. William=soulmate<3

  10. Haha. This is heavy!

  11. Come on! It was 1.21 jigawatts.

  12. reveeeeeeeeeeeets (or however many e’s there are in there) you need to go back and watch the movie again, Doc himself pronounces it with the j sound.

  13. William wins.

  14. Buddha, that’s his point… Doc pronounces it incorrectly as “Jiga” …(Christopher Lloyd isn’t a real doctor u know?)

    Dawn of the Dan… Hehe nice call.

  15. @analrapist – they have this thing where you can take facebook with you. It’s got an app to let you make calls too.

  16. Is this the same woman who went knocking on the Redbox kiosk in order to get a job application?

  17. @15 True, however I doubt Catherine knows how to use one of those things…

  18. Who cares if they didn’t quote the movie right.. they got her to DO IT!!!

  19. Really? How naive is this person?

  20. Nothing wrong with his pronunciation in the film. It can be pronounced with either a soft or hard g, although of course the soft g is all but completely out of use nowadays.
    Up until the 90s both were still acceptable and there were pronunciation guides published by the US National Bureau of Standards in the 60s and 80s which said it should be pronounced ‘jiga’. (Wikipedia is my friend.)

  21. Nerd alert!

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