Monthly Archives: December 2006
Throughout the day I frequently visit social bookmarking sites and link aggregator sites to waste pass the time. On these sites, users submit links to stories or articles that they find interesting, and other users visit and comment on the stories submitted. One of the most popular of these sites is Digg, and if you […]
The past two days haven’t been kind to celebrities. Gerald Ford passed away, as did the Godfather of Soul, James Brown. I know this is kind of stupid, but whenever I hear of something bad happening on a holiday, I always think of the Phoebe Cates character from Gremlins. In the movie, she hates Christmas […]
I sure hope that Santa brought you as many gifts as he did Ellie.
Three days till Christmas. Let the boys from Run DMC get you into the spirit. Awww, yeah. This is Run’s House, baby.
I love watching movies, but I think I almost enjoy watching movie trailers as much as the actual movies. Trailers are full of potentiality. They’re like a first date in that way. The trailer goes by rather quickly, it’s a carefully manipulated and meticulously crafted peek at a larger product, and its purpose is to […]
Sometimes the stress of the Christmas season can really be overwhelming. Such is the case with Mr. Clark Griswold.
It’s seven days before Christmas. I’ve been listening to Christmas music on XM. We’ve bought presents and wrapping paper. Yesterday, I ordered the delicious, but maddeningly seasonal, peppermint mocha cappuccino at Starbucks. And it was so damn hot today that I was wearing shorts and a tank top. Seriously”¦what the hell? For the most part, […]