Monthly Archives: December 2006
Only seven more days till Christmas morn? It’s sneakin’ up on us rather quickly. Still don’t know what to get that special someone? Well, stop running through those stories like a psychotic, and just follow the simple steps in this video: //Papers are graded, grades are in, and you’ll get a proper post tonight.
Yesterday at sundown marked the first day of Hanukkah, the Jewish celebration of lights. This holiday lasts for eight days, and it marks the re-dedication of the Temple of Jerusalem by Judah Maccabee after its desecration under Antiochus IV. Beginning at sundown on the first day of Hanukkah a candle is lit, and each night […]
Christmas is almost here! Get some Christmas cheer with Sarah Silverman’s “Give the Jew Girl Toys!”
Peter Boyle died today at New York Presbyterian Hospital. He was 71.
Many of the political posts here may give you the mistaken idea that I’m a liberal””far from it. Their politically correct bullshit and censorship nonsense irritates me to no end. Liberals seem to think they know exactly what everyone should or should not see and hear, and if they had their way bad language, trans […]
In a study to be published the February 2007 issue of Personality and Individual Differences, authors Marina Giampietro and G.M. Cavallera, scientists in the Department of Psychology at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, discuss the findings of a recent study, which they claim proves that “night owls” are genetically more creative […]
Only fourteen days till Christmas. Let’s get into the spirit of things with Bob and Doug: And now have a listen to Bob and Doug’s version of “The Twelve Days of Christmas”:
I’m taking the weekend off, so I expect you all to take care of yourselves. Remember, if someone tries to touch you in your no-no spot, just give’em a swift kick to the crotch. Have a good weekend.
This semester the writing department at the University of Texas San Antonio offered several scholarships to students enrolled in composition I and II. To qualify for the scholarship the students needed to write an essay discussing the importance of written communication in America. Only three scholarships were available for all sections of composition I, and […]