Saturday, September 19, 2009


Seriously, what's up with that thing on that guy's face? I know, seriously.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Data Lore

So, woke up this morning with a horrible charley horse after only like three and a half hours of sleep. Not the best way to start Father's Day weekend. Of course, I had to look up "Charley horse" on wikipedia, because I knew that'd be a good waste of time...oh, why do the British have better names for everything than we do in North America?

"A charley horse is a popular North American colloquial term for a painful bruise of the quadriceps muscle of the anterior or lateral thigh that commonly results in a muscular hematoma and sometimes several weeks of pain and disability. Such an injury is known in the United Kingdom and many Commonwealth countries (and also in the U.S.) as a dead leg or granddaddy. In Australia it is also known as a corked thigh or "corker." It often occurs in sports when an athlete is struck by an opponent's knee, in a manner like the kick of a horse, perhaps the reason for its name."

Now I have to complain about my dead leg all day.

Sunday, April 05, 2009

The Best Idea Ever #459

This is an idea that I assume someone else has already put in motion. A spin off of the "Rush Hour" movies...

Rush Hour Babies

"Man, don't you ever touch a black baby's ba-ba!"

So much gold, you KNOW they HAVE to make it.

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Another lazy wikipedia post

So, I was looking up Telly from Sesame Street on wikipedia...because. Here's what I found:

"Telly is a triangle lover, and he has a pet hamster Chuckie Sue. "

That poor Chuckie Sue, and what she must deal with in the bed...

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Daniel & the Lion's Den

If I was designing a hiring application, I would want to have an essay question at the end. It would just have instructions for length and spacing, no topic. If the applicant comes to me and asks "What am I supposed to write about?", then they're sane enough to be hired. If they fill out the whole space with an essay, then they're too crazy to be hired. If they go WAY BEYOND the instructed length, AND draw pictures illustrating their point (and the points made by their invisible friends), they're just the right amount of crazy to be hired as well.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009


I wanted to look up something about the show "24", and it gave me two choices, "24" (TV Series) or "24 Hour Party People" (Movie).

Is ANYONE looking up "24 Hour Party People" when just typing '24' into IMDB?

Sunday, February 01, 2009

If a tree falls in the woods

Is the Super Bowl on today?