Monday, February 26, 2007

Ah Ha!

Here's some evidence to back up my previous post about how to use commas. Please keep this in mind people.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

I'll Get Around To It.

Free Pancakes.

You can get free pancakes at IHOP from 7a-10a on Feb. 20 (today). Here's the news release.

Saturday, February 17, 2007

Andy Dick.

I just saw Employee of the Month with one of the free rentals I got from Blockbuster. It was your run-of-the-mill Hollywood attempt at trying to make a funny movie with a cast of pop icons (like Dane Cook and Jessica Simpson). The funniest part of the movie was Andy Dick's reaction in the clip below. I laughed at this for about 3 minutes straight. You have to keep in mind that Andy Dick is visually impaired in this film.

Friday, February 16, 2007

Free Blockbuster Rentals.

If you are a Netflix subscriber, you can get free rentals at Blockbuster until February 21, 2007. Check out the article.

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Think Of The Children.

This article talks about children's lives in the UK. Out of 21 countries, the UK ranked the lowest. The US was number 20. Why is the US always at the bottom of these kinds of rankings? Here's the list:

1. Netherlands
2. Sweden
3. Denmark
4. Finland
5. Spain
6. Switzerland
7. Norway
8. Italy
9. Republic of Ireland
10. Belgium
11. Germany
12. Canada
13. Greece
14. Poland
15. Czech Republic
16. France
17. Portugal
18. Austria
19. Hungary
20. United States
21. United Kingdom

Monday, February 05, 2007

Friday, February 02, 2007

More On Global Warming.

This article says that 13% of Americans have NEVER heard of global warming. How is that possible? Are these people completely self-involved?

The news today is that the world's top climate scientists have said that mankind is to blame for global warming.
The scientists said it was "very likely" -- or more than 90 percent probable -- that human activities led by burning fossil fuels explained most of the warming in the past 50 years.
Even if human activities do NOT explain most of of the warming in the past 50 years, I'm sure it hasn't helped. Maybe this declaration will help shake things up in the U.S. and create some change. We can only hope.

Thursday, February 01, 2007


Read this article and look at the pictures.


Ok, who thinks a Lite Brite picture of a Mooninite is a bomb? Not only were they in Boston, but New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Seattle, Portland, Ore., Austin, Texas, San Francisco, and Philadelphia. Apparently, they were also up for 3 weeks, and no one freaked out! Now 2 people are arrested and the Mayor of Boston is "prepared to take any and all legal action against Turner Broadcasting and its affiliates for any and all expenses incurred during the response to today's incidents." I can understand not getting a permit to advertise and being fined for that, but this is ridiculous. We truly live in a culture of fear.