Sunday, November 30, 2003

Thanksgiving Weekend

Wow, I can't believe I survived another Thanksgiving weekend. After Thanksgiving Day itself, and then going out that night; all the chaos and comotion that is shopping the day after Christmas; and getting a good start on hanging Christmas lights you might think that I would be in some sort of epileptic coma, but, here I sit, late Sunday night, still alive and kicking.

Since this is the weekend of Thanks, I would like to give thanks to those who have deserved it this past weekend. First of all, thanks to my mother-in-law for preparing a hearty Thanksgiving feast. Also to my father-in-law, for what feast would be complete without his sausage stuffing. Thanks to Beverly's daughter Char for cooking an incredible Mexican Feast to end our Holiday weekend. Thanks to Beverly for having Weener Dogs (and even though she says she wont) eventually setting up the "Humping Weener Dog Cam" site, which will entertain millions of future visitors. Thanks to Bobby for being a good brother-in-law and telling me about Beverly's Humping Weener Dogs. Thanks to all who participated in going out with us Thursday night, if not for you and keeping me and Marcy out late on Thursday, we would most likely have ended up standing in lines early Friday morn waiting for sales. Most of all, and seriously, thanks to Marcy and my kids for putting up with me, and my twisted sense of humor, for another year. I love you all.

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Wednesday, November 26, 2003

Turkey Day

Thanksgiving, the time of the year that you sit down, with your family all around you, and enjoy a hot, freshly made, right out of the oven, batch of linky deliciousness. Can you smell what I'm cooking, I know you can.

We'll start this special Holiday batch of goodies off with a treat. Anyone who has been around me for the past few years knows that I've been hyponitized twice in public settings. Now you can undergo the wonders of hypnosis in the comfort of your own home, without all the people pointing and laughing at you. So go, be hypnotized. :: Dr. J.H. Rabailkal - Hypnotic experiment No. 1.

There now, wasn't that fun? I hope you didn't do anything illegal while you were under, what's that??? You did what?? I'm afraid I'm going to have to ask you to arrest yourself!! :: Citizen's Self-Arrest Form

Speaking of being arrested, I know as well as anyone, how frustrating spam, pop-up ads and spyware can be, but this man has taken it a little too far. :: Man gets "spam rage"

Tired of hearing the same old songs, sung the same old way. Let some of the biggest names in the recording industry put a new spin on your favorite songs. :: Let them sing it for you

Thanksgiving makes us realize that it's the simple things in life that we have to be thankful this. :: Newton's Penguins

This public service announcement brought to by the YCBSEFE (You Can Blame Someone Else For Everything) commission. :: Smoke Kills

Here at the bmg, we realize that time spent with family at this time of year is precious...We also realize that given any excuse to get some time away from them is a god send. With that in mind, we bring to you these all too-important, time consuming games:

Stick Figure Fight
Flip Flap
Sierra Entertainment: Lords of the Realm III
Toboggan Run

Hope you enjoyed your stay with us this Thanksgiving day. We know that you have many things to be thankful for today, we just want to be one of them. Til next time.

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Tuesday, November 25, 2003

But will it be hackproof?

Chip implant gets cash under your skin

Every single device that has been invented that I know of has been hacked in to. I will not put anything underneath my skin that people are going to want to hack. If they find a way to disallow hacking I'll be first in line, but until then....count me out.

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Wine Trip

Sunday Marcy, myself, Bobby and his date Beverly went to Shenandoah Valley wine country to consume great quantities of wine do a little wine tasting. Fun was had by all as we made our way through Young's Vineyard, Sonora Winery & Port Works, Bella Piazza, Villa Toscano, Story Winery (picked up our futures), Karly, TKC Vineyards, Renwood Winery, Deaver Vineyards, Drytown Cellars, and finally stopping by our favorite wine shop in Sutter Creek, Sutter Creek Wine Tasting, to finish our day. Proof can be found. At the end of the night we all went back to our house for a fantastic dinner prepared by Beverly, and some more wine that we picked up during the day.

Monday, November 24, 2003

Useful Information

Thought you may want to know, before dishing out hundreds of dollars on that new iPod for Christmas, it won't last you two years. Having an irreplacable battery leads to the ever-annoying customer support mantra of "It's cheaper to get a new one that to fix it".
iPod's Dirty Secret

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Friday, November 14, 2003


I know, I said I'd post some links (because I know everyone is just so damn bored that you sit around and wait to click on 'em), but I didn't. Sorry, I'll try to make up for it this week.

I'll start this week with the cooles public service announcement I have ever seen. If you like the matrix, you'll love....The Meatrix!!

Just a hop, skip and segue from there will take us to our next stop. This fan movie has some of the coolest fighting scenes this side of Hollywood. The acting may not be so great, but who really cares about the acting anyway. Check out "The Fanimatrix".

This next bit of linky deliciousness will keep all you cat lovers occupied for hours on end (ok maybe minutes, but how dramatic is that?) What are you waiting for, you know you wanna, pet the kitty.

The remaining links this week are games. Enjoy!!

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Friday, November 07, 2003

It's been awhile

I know your out there, waiting, growing more and more impatient, wondering....WHERE ARE THE LINKS?!?!?! I'll get around to it, I swear. I'm just getting over a nasty case of Bronchitis in which my doc refused to give me any antibiotics. He said that they've been proven not to work about 50% of the time, and in those cases where they don't work and pneumonia sets in, that person is in so much worse shape because their body is then immune to the antibiotic that fights pneumonia. So I took his advice, but my bronchitis did not want to let up, at all. I'm just now feeling better this week.

Anway, like I said before, the links will be coming shortly, in fact...maybe I'll throw you a bone or two while I'm at it now. Check this out, a scratch and sniff website, the first of it's kind:

Smell the Pretty Flowers

Maybe one more for now, an ADHD test, but then again, if you have ADHD you wont still be reading this post will you???


Stick around, there'll be more links comin your way shorthly.

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