Archive for June, 2007


June 21, 2007


 I am not responsible for anyone who decides to pull the following prank. It is quite possibly illegal, and is intended for entertainment purposes only! 

This is an idea for a prank I thought up. I don’t like pranks, but this one is a funny idea, although make sure you read the warning above. 



A Quick Question…

June 15, 2007

What Happens if the Burger King falls in love with the Dairy Queen? Do they name their kid Wendy? Or McDonald, if it’s a boy? Here’s hoping all their (tater) Tots live happily to rule the Corporate Kingdom! P.S. I’ll get back to posting things tomorrow. I  had  a brief sabbatical from posts. 

Oh, Canada…

June 11, 2007

Canada. A lot of people make fun of Canada. Why fight them? I think I’ll contribute to the fun-poking, and if any Canadians are offended by the utter bunkum I’m about to make up, go, jump in a snowdrift or something. I hear there’s plenty of them up there. (I don’t actually have anything against Canadians, just so you know.) (more…)


June 10, 2007

Just a quick thought today. Why don’t they have commercials with two products at once? It would be time and money saving, and they could do some unique combinations. The only time you do see combos is like, say, Nike+iPod style company work-togethers where both worked on one product, but how about two separate products in one commercial? This obviously lends itself to humorous commercials (Mexican Resturants and Pepto-Bismol, for example), or even more serious ones, like trucks and Home Depot [There’s only one truck that can handle all this patio furniture (only $200!) without a scratch. Trucko inc. bringing you quality trucks since yesterday.]

That’s it for now. Anyone with good ideas for co-commercials (preferably humorous), post a comment!

American Idol? I’ll give you American History!

June 8, 2007

Quick! Who was Nathan Hale? If you knew he was a spy during the Revolutionary War, famous for his last words of “I regret that I have but one life to give for my country”, good for you. Now, for the rest of us, American History is generally something we learned about in school. (And quickly forgot immediately after school) Fortunately, I think I have a cure! (more…)


June 7, 2007

I don’t have much to say today. It’s not that I don’t have post ideas, It’s just that I think they’ll wait for now. I don’t feel like doing them much yet. So, I’ll have some links today instead. (more…)

YouAnd iMakes Wii

June 7, 2007

Have YouEver noticed the Wiierd spellings that are going around? iHave. How can wii bii X-pected to learn korekt wriiting if product names are all wii have? Kids growing upp will onlii have Stuf like iPods, eSurance, YouTube, Wii, and other products that have wiierd spelliings to stand out, and peeple won’t know how to spel! Kidds sii way mre prdct nams thn thy wil lurn in schl abot prpr spling. Not 2 mentchun txt msgng jmble! Or Acrnyms! iCan’t beliive the splings that gets out! nd Grmmr? gme a brk! Do ppl riilize teh dngrs in ths? iFeel srry for teh ppl hu hve 2 tch chldrn ths stuf. iMean, LOL? IMO, iThink not! So kds, lurn to spl rite, or YouWill E-Nd up like t ppls r 2dy. ttfn, cyu l8r.

Deep, Dark, Secrets.

June 5, 2007

We are all victim to a vast government conspiracy. Millions of people go about their daily lives, blissfully unaware of the Grocery Underground. Ever wondered why you can’t get the same number of buns and hot dogs unless you buy a ridiculous number of them? (Four packs of buns, and three of hot dogs, for a total of 24 each) (more…)

(How To Be) Politically Correct

June 4, 2007

“Politically Correct.” That’s a pretty good oxymoron, huh? (More on oxymorons in another post) Quick Poll: The purpose of political correctness is either to: A) Avoid dispute or conflict, or, B) Make yourself as confusing as possible while doing A).
You chose B? That’s not much of a surprise. Being Politically Correct is mostly baloney from people who can’t just say something straight. In a recent survey, 82.3% of all Americans agree with that statement (BTW, on an “unrelated” side note, 47.28% of all statistics are made up on the spot.) (more…)

WTF? (What the festschrift?)

June 3, 2007

Swearing. Swearing is rude, vile, and generally stupid. What we should do instead is show people how intelligent we are and not swear. Or, take this alternative. Swearing could be an educational endeavor. Instead of making everyone think, ‘what a jerk’, they could think, ‘Wow, listen to that well informed and well educated individual’! (more…)