Friday, February 24, 2006

Our Top Story Tonight....

Sunday, February 19, 2006

I Put On My Robe and Wizard Hat...

One of the fun things about the Internet is how the nifty pages, catchphrases and downloads get passed around and become popular for brief periods of time and then get sent to the nether regions of the memory. Every now and then, something so horrible (goatse or tub girl for example) gets seared into the retinas and you can't forget it despite the therapy. Sometimes we share things that bring us all closer together like the video of that kid with the lightsaber or the Paris Hilton tape.

Today, for the first time in awhile, I thought about the bloodninja cybersex chat transcripts. If you are one of the few who have not read these, they are funny as hell, not work safe if people can read over your shoulder and can be found here. I do not know anything about this guy or the validity of these sessions so please do not ask.

Just spreading the love....

Badassmofo, I'm ready for my roadtrip now...

Months ago badassmofo, my only blog reader, emailed me with a link to what appears to be one of the hidden marvels of North Georgia, The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum. Badassmofo was jonesing to tour the place and after a brief look at their website so was I.

And now the catch:
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 1:00pm to 4:00pm

It shouldn't be that big of a haul from the house but I'm supposed to be sober and hard working during the week. We will have to adjust some schedules here to make this work.

The street address is:
The Bruce Weiner Microcar Museum Inc.
2950 Eatonton Road
Madison, GA 30650

Madison? "Say... ...one of you guys know how to Madison? "

Someone took a dump in the swimming pool....


And this time it wasn't a Baby Ruth...

The Small Child o'Mine and I drove 30 miles to an indoor pool yesterday morning at nine o'clock for our regular swim and splash session only to find a closed pool. Carl Spackler was nowhere in sight (Remember him and his "incredible Cinderella story"? If not click the jpeg for severe Spackler fandom) Olaf said I should blog about the experience. (Wait a second... I have a blog?) Someone should remind me to update this thing once in a while....