Thursday, April 24, 2008


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Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Which Summer Marvel Movie Are You Most Excited About?

100% said Iron Man, rather than The Incredible Hulk or Punisher: War Zone.

Happy Earth Day!

You can get a free reusable tote at Home Depot today!

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

My other car is a Battlestar.

I found out last night that season 4 (the current season) of Battlestar Galactica is the final one! I'm so depressed. I felt my heart drop when I found out. It is such a great show that I don't want it to end.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Mmmm donuts.

This coupon expires on 5/13/08.

Wednesday, April 09, 2008


The title of this article says it all: Florida lawmakers pass take-your-guns-to-work law

In a nutshell, the measure "prohibits business owners from banning guns kept locked in motor vehicles on their private property."

The article goes on to say that "the measure exempts a number of workplaces including nuclear power plants, prisons, schools[,] and companies whose business involves homeland security." Why? Is this idea dangerous for some reason? It is because "studies have shown that job sites where guns are permitted are more likely to suffer workplace homicides than those where guns are prohibited?"

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

I REALLY want to see this.

The Red Bull Air Race will be happening at the Detroit waterfront on May 31 and June 1. I wish I could see it.

Check it out:

What would you rather live without?

33% Dishwasher
66% Washing Machine

33% of you people are crazy. I would rather live without a washing machine and go to a laundromat once a week than have to wash dishes all the time.


Per beer, it's cheaper to create your own 4-pack of Guinness at Target than it is to buy a standard 6-pack.

Friday, April 04, 2008

Backwards Progress.

I just read an article about GM's new electric/gasoline hybrid car, the Volt. They are testing batteries for an electric/gasoline hybrid vehicle 10 years after they released an all electric vehicle, the EV1. The funny thing is that the Volt only gets 40 miles per charge with the newer lithium-ion batteries, but the EV1 would go between 55 and 75 miles on a charge with the lead acid batteries. The EV1 would go between 75 and 150 miles on a charge with the nickel-metal hydride batteries. It sounds like GM is making some real progress!

Maybe things would have been different if GM didn't decide to destroy or disable all the EV1's.