Monthly Archives: May 2005
In my post about the new Star Wars movie I mistakenly stated that David Prowse was the actor which appears in Force-ghost form at the end of Jedi. Fellow blogger Womo brought the mistake to my attention: “Although David Prowse did play Vader in Star Wars, Empire, and Jedi, but when Luke takes daddy’s mask […]
This guy needs reminding that it’s Chase bank’s policy to metaphorically screw the people.
If you’ve never played on-line games before, then this video probably won’t be all that funny. Then again, you might find it funny no matter who you are. Watch it all the way through and marvel at Mr. Jenkin’s disregard for teamwork. The few times I have played on-line games (I played Ultima On-line the […]
I just heard on television that jalapenos are being bred without heat. I don’t know why I’m so incensed about that, but damn it, I am. I usually add more jalapenos than recipes call for, and I thought it was because I had a higher tolerance for heat, but evidently the heat has been removed […]
You’ve never been to the Alamo. I’ve been once, and that was when I was in grammar school and my dad had a business meeting here.
This link will take you to a site where a video has been made of people giving themselves brain freezes with Slurpee’s from 7-11. The people appear to be having way too much fun. The government should ban this practice immediately.
Blogger hasn’t been working worth a damn the past couple of days, so I have a quite a few leftovers to dish out. Let’s get started with some Star Wars stuff and proceed from there: I guess these idiots don’t know that lightsabers emit a plasma blade via a crystal, and not via gasoline. “Art […]
All we want is an up or down vote. Enough with the political stalling. Let the representatives have a straight vote already.
Time has an article that details the successes and scientific breakthroughs that Korea’s Seoul National University, led by Dr. Hwang, have accomplised in stem cell research. Go here to read the article and marvel at the scientific possibilities that lay just over the horizon. After you’ve sufficiently praised the ingenuity of the human spirit, go […]
In my previous post on Star Wars I forgot to mention that the Millennium Falcon appears briefly at the beginning of the movie. Keep an eye out for it during an exterior of a space port on Coruscant. The Falcon flies in and lands as the camera pans over the shot.