Category: blog

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and time… is still marching on

Oh yeah, it’s that time of year. That explains my mood perfectly! It’s about a month before my birthday and it seems like no matter how carefree I may or may not have been all year, for the next 30...

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lol: iz made of choclat?

From the deadline USA blog at The Guardian comes LOL Bush. A LOL Cats inspired look at some photos taken during President Bush’s visit to the Olympic Games.

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This is why I usually order Gin & Tonic

I’m not sure how, but I’ve managed to find more than a few mixology-related publications lately. I’m also not sure what that says about me (that I don’t already know, no need for comments from the peanut gallery, thank you)...

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I don’t see how that’s a bad thing!

This week’s Mythbusters included a segment testing whether you use more gas as an angry driver or a calm driver. For the calm test, Kari gave Grant and Tory puppies, a favorite movie, desserts, and a relaxing massage. For the...

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So don’t let go, of the power of elevation.

Is it bad that during the final battle scene in Kung Fu Panda between Po and Tai Lung, all I could hear in my head was the song “The Glow” from The Last Dragon? “No… I am THE fat panda!”...

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Jesse Jackson shouldn’t cut things off…

… and neither should you! Two things I saw recently in Express. In yesterday’s Blog Log, Motherhood Uncensored is declaring an August event called Blog the Recession. The idea is that instead of just reading your favorite blogs in your...

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I’ve gone a little VNC nutty

I’m actually quite late to the game when it comes to having a bunch of machines around the house that aren’t connected to keyboards and meeses. When I first tried hooking up the Mac Mini to my HDTV, which I...

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It’s how you’re dressed that counts

Wicked Halo at Your source for all things wicked and awesome brings some nice scans of the August 2008 Harper’s Bazaar fashion layout featuring Lucy Liu titled “Fashion Olympics” It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you’re dressed...

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Nobody pouts going into a jiggy.

From The Consumerist, Circuit City had a rather extreme reaction to being spoofed by Mad Magazine. From an internal memo: Immediately remove all issues and copies of “Mad Magazine” from your sales floor. Destroy all copies and throw them away....