Monthly Archives: December 2005
In one of the last papers I wrote for grad school I examined the impact of blogs on the mainstream media, paying particular attention to blogs authored by embedded soldiers. I was particularly interested in the antagonistic relationship between traditionally trained journalists and bloggers, and the perception of truth as it applies to both of […]
While sitting on the couch surfing the internet on a laptop and languishing in my post-holiday session of binge-eating, and simultaneously enjoying a rerun of South Park, I began to notice an abnormal amount of commercials for “Bowflex.” I’d hate to think advertisers are taking advantage of the fact that most people eat during the […]
I posted this poem last year during the Christmas holidays, but as much as I like it I may post it every year. So, tonight when the sky is clear and the air is cold and crisp and you hear hints of sleigh bells on every breeze, think about this poor chap: Nicholas Was… older […]
After several delays and an extremely turbulent plane ride, we finally arrived back in DFW around 2:45 this morning. We actually sat in the plane at the terminal in Las Vegas for roughly an hour before maintenance repaired a “minor electrical problem,” which prohibited our departure. The wait wouldn’t have been so bad had the […]
David Copperfield glows.
I feel so old.
Why don’t we have these in Texas?
Big balls at Bellagio.
After I snapped this I was told Elvis receives tips for photos. How far the king has fallen.
We saw Tom Jones last night and he was unbelievable. Although, I wish security would have let us stay for the whole show…in hindsight throwing my boxer-briefs at Tom probably wasn’t such a good idea. In my defense, several ladies threw their lacy panties at him, and Tom seemed to appreciate the sentiment. I’m unsure […]