On grocery advertisements
Why do I find it both funny and annoying that the Rainbow Foods radio ads feature what is supposedly a talking grocery bag?
On office heat
It’s so hot in here that a tranny Thai hooker would complain.
Giving link love →
Again with the on-again, off-again research today. I want my project to take the proper form and I am quickly finding out what sort of etiquette for a more public and widely viewed venue passes as acceptable. Even in my personal blog over yonder, I promise to be more diligent in my link love.
Dick Cheney needs to floss →
The high-resolution version of the much-discussed photo where Cheney was supposedly staring down a naked lady isn’t much to talk about. It’s a fish in the reflection and the up-close version of his teeth shows that Dicky needs to see a dentist.
Buy former KARE 11 anchor Paul Magers' mansion →
Never mind that it is currently the home of the disgraced former publisher of both the St. Paul Pioneer Press and the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Par Ridder. Hell, it has a golf simulator and that means it’s going to be an easy sale. Poeple are probably lining up for the nearly $2.3 million price tag.
On being pinched
In the traditional sense, I am not a fan of pinching. In the financial sense it still sucks. High gas prices with no plateau in sight, escalating food prices and even our usually cheap and worthless crap from China is going to become more expensive. It’s definitely time for a second job.
Typos must die →
If you got here via my main blog, you’ll know that poor grammar is a thorn in my side. Even worse, though, is when it’s publicly viewable. The clan of guys in the link above plan to trek across our fare younited staytes and eradicate whatever typos they come across.
Ely in Minnesota no longer...? →
If it’s on the interwebz, it must be true…
I can't believe it
Nobody’s figured out my vague reference on today’s guessing game post over yonder. It’s so obvious that an infant could figure it out.