Friday, September 22, 2006

Speaking of funny and odd little men...

(see last post for the segue)

What's an asshome?!?

We were driving down the road and some people were cleaning bird nests out of the lettering on the side of their building, you know, the kind that stick out about 6-8 inches, are usually plastic/metal with lighting inside. Aaron remarks on that and wonders if they are going to clean (and this is just how he said it) 'the birds asshome'. At first I heard something else even worse. So, I ask him to clarify. 'You know, birds with a nest in the 's', their 's' home.' Evidently there is a business somewhere on the daily drive to school that has a bird's nest in the letter 's'. Their 'esshome'. So remember parents, don't leap out of your skin next time you hear something that doesn't make sense immediately. And it makes for good bloggin' later.

Thursday, September 21, 2006


Saw it at cute overload which is really a sickening website after a while. Aptly named. A tip of the hat to you, Mr. Cute Overload guy. Real men of jeeeeeenyuuuuusss..... For women and children only.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

You know, for kids.

You know, for kids. Those crazy kids and their non DRM'd inferior formats. According to slashdot, it seems vinyl sales are up. Now all we need is a way to make your OWN vinyl record. I think Wicked Lasers should get started. They can 'burn, slash, melt plastic and when your lighter runs dry, it’ll even light up your smoke'. Ah, convergence! A record making cigarette lighter. If you roll your own Doobie on the backs of the album like some of the slashdot posters.

You need something to modulate the signal and power of the laser, and track it on the blank vinyl, but it could be done. This is my idea, so if you build it, I just want a teensy teensy share of the royalties to live on. Nothing too much, just enough to fill a swimming pool with $10's and $20's. But seriously, let's talk.

Actually, you can make your own record.

Nice Rack!

These are some of the biggest, most perfect racks you'll ever see. Safe for work.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Arr, today's the day, matey!

In honor o' this most special day o' days (Talk Like a Pirate Day) here's yer joke, me hearties.

Me matey walks into a bar with a steering wheel sticking out of his shorts, and says, "arr, bartender, bring me a flagon of rum!" The bartender says, "sure, pal, but what's with the steering wheel?" The pirate growls, "I don't know, but it's driving me nuts."

"Freddie Got Fingered" now a Free Download

So far, no one has taken advantage of the offer.

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Monday, Sep 19:

Avast, me hearties!

Talk Like a Pirate Day as promoted by Dave Barry.
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