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Wednesday, December 27, 2006
Okay I've already beaten up on Calleigh's accent, but what the hell is up with David Caruso? He seriously needs to see a doctor because he keeps bending his neck every time he talks to people. He also needs to see a speech therapist because he can't seem to complete a sentence, and he definitely needs some liquid courage because he never looks anybody in the eye.
Sunday, December 24, 2006
Saturday, December 23, 2006
Friday, December 22, 2006
Thursday, December 21, 2006
Tuesday, December 19, 2006
Continuing from yesterday's post I read this article this morning. Well no shit that smaller cars perform worse in crashes than big cars, duh!!! Why are we even paying these scientists? What's next, tanks are more bullet proof than cars? Geniuses the lot of them!
Monday, December 18, 2006
I just don't get Calleigh Duquesne's (Emily Proctor) accent in CSI Miami. It's a really goofy mix of Southern and New England. One minute she sounds like she's from Louisiana, the next she sounds like she's boating off Martha's Vineyard. It's driving me INSANE!
I can't help it, I like small European cars and I wish they were sold here in the States. Not only are they adorable but they sip fuel and are really fun to drive. I like this car especially, the Fiat Panda, yeah I know it's Italian engineering, but not all Italian cars are crap, e.g. Ferrari, etc. I like Panda because it comes in 4x4 which is good for snow and ice driving in the Alps, which I suppose would make it a great vehicle for Colorado. I love going to Europe and driving these cars, honking at pedestrians and sticking my head and arm out the window yelling "Vicenzo! Getta out of the way!"
Sunday, December 17, 2006
When going after badguys there are two effective strategies that always work: 1) go after their balls, or 2) go after their money. Afterall, Al Capone went down for tax evasion :)
Saturday, December 16, 2006
Now a lot of people might disagree with this decision saying that Al Qaeda and other terrorists might make use of it and learn US strategies, but there are so many other Army field manuals available that I believe its impact will be limited. I also believe that the public has a vested interest in knowing this should we ourselves ever need to use it against an invading enemy. Good work Pentagon!
Thursday, December 14, 2006
Few things make the Shark cry, but NCOs taking care of their soldiers, sailors, and airmen is one of them. Sniff sniff...
Wednesday, December 13, 2006
Tuesday, December 12, 2006
Yikes, and I like eating tofu! Come to think of it, maybe that's why I enjoy doing laundry and sometimes giggle when people tickle me.
Thursday, December 07, 2006
Thursday, November 30, 2006
Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sent an open letter to the American people today reminding them that we are all peace-loving, justice-loving, and God-fearing peoples. Except perhaps the Zionists.
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
What can I say, Keith Olbermann's ratings are through the roof and climbing at 21% according to his network, as reported on The Huffington Post. Good old Keith keeps the O'Reillys at bay and ensures our fellow Americans that in depth reporting is not just limited to Jon Stewart on the Daily Show. Hats off to the Keith-meister.
A peasant had in his garden an apple-tree, which bore no fruit, but only served as a perch for the sparrows and grasshoppers. He resolved to cut it down, and, taking his ax in hand, made a bold stroke at its roots. The grasshoppers and sparrows entreated him not to cut down the tree that sheltered them, but to spare it, and they would sing to him and lighten his labors. He paid no attention to their request, but gave the tree a second and a third blow with his ax. When he reached the hollow of the tree, he found a hive full of honey. Having tasted the honeycomb, he threw down his ax, and, looking on the tree as sacred, took great care of it. Self-interest alone moves some men.
FABLES, AESOP, SIXTH CENTURY B.C.
Monday, November 27, 2006
-Yen Chih-t'ui, 6th Century