Friday, September 30, 2005
Friday, September 23, 2005
If you are someone you are likely to be offended.
Thursday, September 22, 2005
To carry on
You light up my days
and fill my nights with song.
It can't be wrong
When it feels so right
You light up my life.
[Note: This is a blue herin that comes to my backyard everyday to fish. I thought I would sing to it.]
Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
Monday, September 19, 2005
Saturday, September 17, 2005
Friday, September 16, 2005
There was a letter in my mailbox on Monday that was addressed to someone else. Rather than hunt all over town for the house where it was supposed to go, I wrote “delivered to wrong address” on it and dropped it in the outside mailbox at the Post Office.
The mail from the local Post Office is picked up and taken to St. Louis for Zip Code sorting. So the letter went across the river on Monday evening. Tuesday afternoon, it was back in my mailbox.
So this time I gave in and did a Yahoo map of the correct address and Rooty and I headed across town. No one was home so I left the letter in the mailbox at that house. Can you see this one coming?
I guess the carrier on that route was there after I was, figured it was outgoing mail, and put it in the bin for transport to the Zip Code facility in St. Louis. So, once again, the letter crossed the river to Missouri.
Thursday afternoon it was back in my mailbox.
It’s on the dash of my car now.
I have no Plan C.
Thursday, September 15, 2005
CLICK HERE and pick the image that appeals to you most!
You can click any option for the question "What kind of code we should give you for your results?" The same results appear for all of the options, you do not need to cut and paste anything.
Wednesday, September 14, 2005
It now seldom gives me a misreading above 80, most of the time it hangs right at 80, maybe 85.
When I was on I-44 in
When I got to the top of the hill west of Six Flags, she was already rounding the curve into
Is there a greater turn-on than a woman who really knows how to drive? I love you Fat Biker Chick! Take care of yourself.
Tuesday, September 13, 2005
Each major/guild has its own distinctive cap. They are all the same style but the color varies by field of study. The cap in the photo above is for the School of Technology and Society, Malmö University, Malmö, Sweden. Malmö is in southern Sweden across the Øresund from Copenhagen. I have a cap. It was a gift from Anders Hedlund and Anders Roos. The following link is to a series of pictures about the Swedish students and the Cap. I had them on another site but decided to move them to the blog. I will post a permanent link in the right column. Our friend Moni is probably the only one of you who has seen these.
Monday, September 12, 2005
Left and Right Arrow Keys Turn The Wheel
Up and Down Arrow Keys Are Forward And Reverse
This is super fun, and if you can do it the first time you should be driving the big rigs.
Sunday, September 11, 2005
The top photo is on the north side of the intersection. The second photo is on the south side of the same intersection. (So, the latter is actually about 150 feet closer to the junction with I-44.)
Friday, September 09, 2005
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation -- crime in Vegas
Lost -- crime on an island
Oprah Winfrey -- crime against testosterone
The Apprentice -- every guy you hated in high school
CSI: Miami -- crime in the sun
Family Guy -- cartoon, never seen it
ER -- the fading glory of NBC
The West Wing -- replaced Saved By the Bell on 10 cable channels
Grey's Anatomy -- never heard of it
Medium -- never heard of it
Law & Order -- great!
House -- ER with stubble
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit -- sex crimes
Big Brother -- variation on Real World
The O.C. -- kewl
Alias -- yet another CIA agent/graduate student show
CSI: NY -- crime in New York
Without a Trace -- crime, about missing persons
Rescue Me -- never heard of it
Will & Grace -- same script every week for seven years
Las Vegas -- more crime in Vegas
Over There -- good, will probably get better
The Simpsons -- string of inside jokes
Numb3rs -- crime and high school math
Thursday, September 08, 2005
The car had many bumper stickers. Most were religious. But kind of nasty religious. The “I am going to heaven but you are not” kind.
If “Amateurs Built The Ark, Professionals Built The Titanic” is meant to be religious or nasty religious I do not get it. “Jews Built The Ark, Gentiles Built The Titanic” would also be true. As would “Middle Easterners Built The Ark, White Anglo-Saxons Protestants Built The Titanic.”
“Noah Built The Ark, J.P. Morgan Built The Titanic” is another possibility.
“People Expecting Rain Built The Ark, People Expecting Fine Dining Built The Titanic.”
“The Ark Was Built To Save The Human Race, The Titanic Was Built To Save Leonardo DiCaprio’s career.”
Wednesday, September 07, 2005
Tuesday, September 06, 2005
Monday, September 05, 2005
++Message Board flames randomly generated -- these are long and would make great hate letters (not that I'm suggesting that). PG
++Stylish insults randomly generated -- short, really funny insults. PG
++A random insulting quotation from Shakespeare or a randomly generated insult in his unique style. PG
++Slang-style insults randomly generated -- short, funny insults, but R or X-Rated.
++Problem Solver -- Instantly solves all of your problems! -- Funny
There is also:
Swearsaurus -- How to insult, swear, cuss, and curse in 165 languages!
Insult Slang -- A Dictionary of Offensive & Insulting Slang (English).
Insult Jikes -- Thousands of insulting, offensive and tasteless jokes...
Actually, he killed Turkey Twizzlers (pictured above). Actually, he just got them banned from English schools. Actually, he's not naked. Actually, he's Jamie Oliver, whose cooking show was called The Naked Chef. Actually, once they were banned from the schools, supermarket sales increased. So, actually, the problem is the parents, not the kids. Actually.