Monthly Archive: May 2008

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The weekend… so close!

TGI–freakin–F as they say. I wonder if our brains have evolved to the point where even a short week no longer feels like a short week. Either that or I’ve just been on the move too much between tidying up,...

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Rockin’ the Suburbs

Ben Folds was awesome, as expected. I’d never been to Wolf Trap before, and as a venue with an “under the stars” option, it’s definitely my favorite. Not that I’d planned on it, but I’ll never go to Nissan Pavilion...

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I don’t give a hoot about what you think

3,739,934 views so far, and I admit that quite a few of those were mine. I already love Weezer, but this video was truly inspired. Metaviral is the only word that really fits, I’m impressed that they were able to...

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Spring cleaning spilling over into Summer

Heck of a weekend… for other people, I’m sure. Mine was spent cleaning the heck up out of my place. My cousin accepted a job in DC at a veterinary hospital and is coming up this week on a “find...

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Life needs an “Un-Send” button

During one of our daily chats, I told Michael about the site Not Always Right with some hilarious anecdotes from employees dealing with some absolutely nutty customers who really push the boundaries of its namesake phrase. He responded with the...

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may Wii connect?

Ok maybe not that “We Connect”. Though it makes me giggle and cringe to remember her performance on “Facts of Life” as Cinnamon. I’m pretty sure I haven’t posted my Wii numbers yet for anyone that wants to register mine...

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only in DC: Alberto’s and Julia’s

A truly classic “only in DC” moment: Bonding with complete strangers in the metro when they spy your Alberto’s pizza boxes. Having the conversation move on to Julia’s Empanadas, and then watching the two of them pretend to fight over...

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By the time the buzz was wearing off…

This is why socialized nerds and geeks have an off-switch. I don’t follow many printed comic strips regularly, only seeing the ones in Express, but today’s Pooch Cafe made me LOL, if you will, on the train. Not that I...

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in the office: Oh well, whatever, nevermind

Tamara J. Erickson at Harvard Business talks about 10 Reasons Gen X’ers Are Unhappy at Work Many of you X’ers are not thrilled with corporate life. You tend not to trust institutions in general and deeply resent the Boomers’ confident...

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James and the Giant Penis

A reader sent this image in to Queerty after they ran a post about William Shatner’s autobiography where he recounts the tale of his first time in (1950s) New York, following his dream of being an actor, and he’s invited...