February 27, 2009
This fun little bit of internet fluff is courtesy of Wordle:
Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text.
February 26, 2009
I do love my adult contempory music.
Breakups are time savers!
If his name is Bill, think twice (trust me on this one):
Surrey down and enjoy yourself (and the Lord and the lightening and the sassafrass and the moonshine) on the lawn:
(I have no idea what that means.)
UPDATE: video #3 has been replaced (by an even better vid)
February 19, 2009
Get mad or wait for your check.
February 18, 2009
Shocking, I know, but this shit is beyond awful. There is no good reason for someone to own a nondomesticated animal. This goes for circuses too. No reason. Wild animals as entertainment is wrong. Suck it Siegfried and/or Roy.
February 15, 2009
I love songs that feature hand claps. They are so user friendly. We all have a musical instruments right in front of us! Weeee!
Do you have any other worthy suggestions?
(h/t Dave and Kate)
February 13, 2009
February 13, 2009
I can’t wait until Valentine’s Day is over. If I have to watch these stupid bitches one more time, I’m slitting my wrists (with a dull, rusty butterknife).
February 11, 2009
I posted this video the other day:
I love The Poseidon Adventure so much (who doesn’t?). But after I watched that clip for the 16th time I noticed one major problem: as the ship is tipping over and the people start falling, strangely, the chairs don’t move in the same direction. Everything else: the party favors, the dishes, the people, they all are affected by the ship tipping over. Some of the chairs tip over but they fall in the opposite direction of the unluckly passengers. The chairs are all like “meh, what’s all this nonsense about?”. You even see one bitch sliding past a perfectly happy to be on the ground chair. At the end of the scene, the gravity defying chairs are stuck to the floor (ceiling?). Am I being too critical of crappy 1970s disaster movie? Do I need to get a life?
Don’t answer that. Let’s dance instead:
February 10, 2009
Do any of you remember this shit?
It didn’t take long to break that promise. The SCHIP program is “paid for” with an increase in federal excise taxes on cigarettes.
From the Tax Foundation:
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 95.8% of tobacco expenditures are made by consumer units (people spending together) who earn under $150,000 a year. Essentially all of this tax increase will be paid by families earning less than $250,000, and probably those earning substantially less than that.
Great start BO.