Tuesday, February 28, 2006

What would happen if everyone drove the speed limit on highways

A neat trick I would love to try in the Bay Area, California (insert evil laugh)

5 cars line up on the highway and run at the speed limit blocking faster traffic. Chaos ensues.

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Saturday, February 25, 2006

Unfortunately Mike

I just read Unfortunately Pete and had to try Unfortunately Mike:

Unfortunately, Mike keeps so-so records of achievements, so there are several unknown facts, such as what's the highest scoring word he has ever played.

Unfortunately, Mike & Toni will not be able to participate.

Unfortunately, Mike got excited and Big P had to knock him unconscious to calm him down.

Unfortunately, Mike doesn't work for KISS FM. He works for ABC Radio Networks.

Unfortunately, Mike never got to see the final version, sadly, Mike passed away before it was completed.

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Friday, February 17, 2006

How Cheney Just Shot a Man

If we as Americans can't laugh at our VP, what the hell can we laugh at.  Huh?

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Saturday, February 11, 2006

Google map hack + cell phone photos + dumpster diving = awesome

{sarcasm}This is the best idea anyone has ever come up with...ever. Now the streets of New York really are lined with people's garbage. I hope this concept gets regionalized like craig's list did, because garbage laying around the streets of Cleveland sounds great to me. Who wouldn't want garbage laying around waiting for someone else to pick up.{/sarcasm}

Only in New York is it a good idea to make every day, garbage day.
This is a great Google map project - when you're out and about in New York City and spot something cool destined for the dump, take a photo with your phone, send a description and an address!!!.

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Friday, February 10, 2006

Another Guy Proving How He Got His iPod from FreePay

Yes, in case you are wondering...and I know you are...you CAN still get a Free iPod.
I came across this guys blog. I know there are few of these already out there but I figured those of you that are still skeptical might wanna check this out.

With only 2 referrals needed, hopefully I can soon be posting my own success story...and you can too.

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Jesus Pancake

It's true. The prophecy has been fulfilled. The second coming of christ has finally come...in the form of a what??
WTF? Can people be anymore gullible and dumb. Do they think this is really Jesus and if so, is this the golden ticket that gets one into heaven? You be the judge.

And for the ultra low price of (insert bid here) Jesus can enter your home, and be eaten for breakfast. Can I get an Amen?

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theDog v theSnow

After a much maligned indian summer, winter finally resumed here in NorthEast Ohio. That means more skiing for us, and more playing for theDog. Did I mention that theDog loves the snow?

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Thursday, February 09, 2006

Steelers voodoo doll on Ebay

I could see some definite uses for this while rooting for the Browns next season. Maybe I'll put up a $2 bid...
One of the funniest auctions I've seen in a while, particularly: Potential buyers: Steeler fans who want to save him from any more harm, Seahawk fans that need relieve some tension, or any NFL referees who suddenly find themselves with some extra money.

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Riddles, Riddles everywhere...

...and I can't solve any, er most of them. I sure do like trying to though:
1000 cool and interesting riddles. Cool site with easy single click navigation. You never even have to refresh the whole page thanks to AJAX. WARNING: You could lose HOURS on this site!

I can flutter and take your breath away.
I can take a beating, but do not bruise.
If I stopped you would be sure to lose.
Everyday I am with you.
What am I?

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Find Lowest Airfare via Google Maps

The coolest thing to happen to Google Maps, since...well Google Maps!
FareCompare, a provider of next- generation airfare search technology, announced today the deployment of an airfare search engine on the Google map platform that helps consumers quickly find the cheapest way to reach multiple destinations.

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Saturday, February 04, 2006

Look What I Can Do

Until a couple of weeks ago, I had no clue who Stuart from MadTV was. Now I know, and as it turns out, I'm related to him by marriage:

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Cut in Half

Finally, an original magic trick. Ok, so maybe being cut in half has been done, but not like this, I guarantee you that.