Monthly Archives: January 2008
Ellie and I fell asleep in the recliner tonight. When I woke up Letterman was on, and in my groggy mind it looked as if he was interviewing a tanned skeleton that was wearing a wig. I grabbed the remote and hit “info,” and I found out that the creature in the chair was not […]
links for 2008-01-30
The FAIL Blog Fails of all kinds.
Edwards To Drop Out Of The Race?!
This news is still developing, but apparently John Edwards will announce this afternoon at 1 P.M. EST that he will be dropping out of the race. An “aide” inside his campaign claims that Edwards will not immediately back either Obama or Hillary. Another says that whatever he does he will not be supporting Hillary. Those […]
A Virtual Planetoid
I did not watch the Presidential address last night. I was gonna, but the flounder episode of “Good Eats” came on, and AB will always trump Bush (and no, I do not think my priorities are askew). But I did read the transcript of it this morning while I was drinking my coffee. Coffee which, […]
My mother always says she thinks I have a warped sense of humor. I prefer to think of it as a perfected sense of humor. I love witty humor and clever humor, subversive and ironic, satirical and parody. But my favorite kind of humor? Gotta go with juvenile. There’s just something about a good fart […]
links for 2008-01-27
Instructions For Owning A Baby
links for 2008-01-24
FTW Police in Bedford, Texas, are trying to crack the case of a thief who threw an egg at a 7-Eleven cashier and ran off with a burrito.
There Goes My Hero
I’ve thrown a few parties in my time (one was so grand I may have to blog about it), but I’ve never thrown one where more than five hundred people just wander up. I remember an old Janeane Garofalo joke about the difference between Gen X and the Baby Boomers. I’m paraphrasing, but she said […]
Who I Am?
Normally before I go to sleep I lie in bed and read for a while (Right now I’m on Sagan’s “Demon-Haunted World“). If I’m not careful, I’ll read for several hours before I realize it, so I’ll usually force myself to put the book down so I’m not all red-eyed during my first class. Sometimes […]
A Fly In The Ointment
So here’s the thing: I’ve obviously been gone for a while. I haven’t meant to be, so I’m very sorry. But if it’s any consolation, I have a very good reason. During Christmas Leigh was working in Los Angeles for a States-based Japanese company. My semester didn’t end until around December 15th, so as soon […]