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October 1, 2007

Prescription Help...

Im running this in the newsletter tonight, but decided to put it here as well, only because its an excellent reference.

These are numbers that people can call to get help with their meds if they have no insurance:

Connection To Care: 1.800.707.8990

Bridge To Access: 1.866.728.4368

Partnership For Prescription Assistance:1.888.477.2669

I know they work because I have used them. Wanda


Thanks Theresa =)

Just click on the image to bring up the full pic.

October 2, 2007

Any Nintendo Wii Owners?

How about a free jacket for your remote?
Look at the pic and you'll understand.

Must have your Wii serial number to be eligible and you may request up to 4 of them.


Five New Contests From The Celebrity Cafe

Win one of Five copies of What About Brian: The Complete Series
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Win one of ten copies of Rewind: The Unreleased Recordings
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Win one of five copies of Ike & Tina Turner
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Win one of five copies of Pop-Jazz CD
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Win one of five copies of Roseanne Season 9
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October 3, 2007

Because I Am A Man...

Most of these are true, but not all!

Well, this one is, for sure! Yes, I am sick today. I think its the worst flu i've ever had in my life! heh.
"Because I'm a man, when I catch a cold, I need someone to bring me soup and take care of me while I lie in bed and moan.
You're a woman. You never get as sick as I do, so for you, this is no problem."

Thanks Vicki!

Because I'm a man, when I lock my keys in the car, I will fiddle with a coat hanger long after hypothermia has set in.
Calling AAA is not an option. I will win.
Because I'm a man, when the car isn't running very well, I will pop the hood and stare at the engine as if I know what I'm looking at.
If another man shows up, one of us will say to the other, "I used to be able to fix these things, but now with all these computers and everything, I wouldn't know where to start."
We will then drink a couple of beers and break wind, as a form of holy communion.
Because I'm a man, when I catch a cold, I need someone to bring me soup and take care of me while I lie in bed and moan.
You're a woman. You never get as sick as I do, so for you, this is no problem.
Because I'm a man, I can be relied upon to purchase basic groceries at the store, like milk or bread.
I cannot be expected to find exotic items like "cumin" or "tofu."
For all I know, these are the same thing.
Because I'm a man, when one of our appliances stops working, I will insist on taking it apart, despite evidence that this
will just cost me twice as much once the repair person gets here and has to put it back together.
Because I'm a man, I must hold the television remote control in my hand while I watch TV.
If the thing has been misplaced, I may miss a whole show looking for it, though one time I was able to survive by holding a calculator instead.
(applies to engineers only)
Because I'm a man, there is no need to ask me what I'm thinking about. The true answer is always either sex, cars, sex, sports or sex.
I have to make up something else when you ask, so just don't ask.
Because I'm a man, you don't have to ask me if I liked the movie. Chances are, if you're crying at the end of it, I didn't . . . and if you are feeling amorous afterwards . . then I will certainly at least remember the name and recommend it to others.
Because I'm a man, I think what you're wearing is fine.
I thought what you were wearing five minutes ago was fine, too.
Either pair of shoes is fine.
With the belt or without it, looks fine.
It does not make your ass look too big.
It was the pasta and potatoes and margaritas that did that.
Your hair is fine.
You look fine.
Can we just go now?
Because I'm a man, and this is, after all, the year 2007, I will share equally in the housework.
You just do the laundry, the cooking, the cleaning, the vacuuming, and the dishes, and I'll do the rest.
Like wandering around in the garden with a beer, wondering what to do.

October 5, 2007

5,000+ Resources To Do Just About Anything Online


Six New Contests From The Celebrity Cafe

Win an Apple 80 GB iPod with Video Playback
One Grand Prize Winner will receive: an Apple 80 GB iPod with Video Playback
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Win one of five copies of GONZO The Life of Hunter S. Thompson
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Win one of five copies of ZOOM By Iain Carson and Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran
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Win one of five copies of Evan Almighty on DVD
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Win one of five copies of Fantastic 4 Rise of the Silver Surfer on DVD
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October 7, 2007


I've posted this one a while ago, but its so good, I have to post
it again.
Its basically a free phone number. You know, when filling out those
forms, use this number instead of your home number.
Whoever calls it will leave a voice mail message and it will
forward to your email address, where you can play the .wav file
and decide to call them back or simply delete it.


October 8, 2007


If you would like to join Netwinner, just click on the image and it will open in a new window.

James (aka "Justfs")



Behind The Name

So, what is the meaning of your name?
For James, it would be:

"English form of the Late Latin Jacomus which was derived from Ιακωβος
(Iakobos), the New Testament Greek form of יַעֲקֹב (Ya'aqov) (see JACOB).
This is the name of two apostles in the New Testament. The first was
Saint James the Greater, the apostle John's brother, who was beheaded
by Herod Agrippa in the Book of Acts. The second was James the Lesser,
son of Alphaeus. Another James (known as James the Just) is also
mentioned in the Bible as being the brother of Jesus.

Kings of England and Scotland have borne this name. Other famous
bearers include the inventor of the steam engine James Watt, the
explorer Captain James Cook, and the novelist and poet James Joyce."

October 11, 2007

Six New Contests From The Celebrity Cafe

Win one of five copies of ELVIS PRESLEY: The Family Album
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Win one of five copies of FRANK SINATRA: The Family Album

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October 12, 2007

Pinecone Research

A letter I got today....

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October 14, 2007

Thought you might enjoy some puns

An email I got from a subscriber....
Thanks PSLangfit.

If you don't like puns, delete immediately.

OF LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT - REALLY! Here are the 10 first place winners
in the International Pun Contest:

1. A vulture boards an airplane, carrying two dead raccoons. The
stewardess looks at him and says, "I'm sorry, sir, only one carrion
allowed per passenger."

2. Two fish swim into a concrete wall The one turns to the other and
says "Dam!"

3. Two Eskimos sitting in a kayak were chilly, so they lit a fire in the
craft. Unsurprisingly it sank, proving once again that you can't have
your kayak and heat it too.

4. Two hydrogen atoms meet. One says "I've lost my electron." The other
says "Are you sure?" The first replies "Yes, I'm positive."

5. Did you hear about the Buddhist who refused Novocain during a root
His goal: transcend dental medication.

6. A group of chess enthusiasts checked into a hotel and were standing
in the lobby discussing their recent tournament victories. After about
an hour, the manager came out of the office and asked them to disperse.
"But why?", they asked, as they moved off. "Because," he said, " I can't
stand chess-nuts boasting in an open foyer."

7. A woman has twins and gives them up for adoption. One of them goes to
a family in Egypt and is named "Ahmal." The other goes to a family in
Spain; they name him "Juan." Years later, Juan sends a picture of
himself to his birth mother. Upon receiving the picture, she tells her
husband that she wishes she also had a picture of Ahmal. Her husband
responds, "They're twins! If you've seen Juan, you've seen Ahmal."

8. These friars were behind on their belfry payments, so they opened up
a small florist shop to raise funds. Since everyone liked to buy flowers
from the men of God, a rival florist across town thought the competition
was unfair. He asked the good fathers to close down, but they would not.
He went back and begged the friars to close. They ignored him. So, the
rival florist hired Hugh MacTaggart, the roughest and most vicious thug
in town to "persuade" them to close. Hugh beat up the friars and trashed
their store, saying he'd be back if they didn't close up shop.
Terrified, they did so, thereby proving that only Hugh can prevent
florist friars.

9. Mahatma Gandhi, as you know, walked barefoot most of the time, which
produced an impressive set of calluses on his feet. He also ate very
little, which made him rather frail, and ,with his odd diet, he suffered
from bad breath. This made him ... (Oh, man, this is so bad, it's good)
... A super calloused fragile mystic hexed by halitosis.

10. And finally, there was the person who sent ten different puns to
friends, with the hope that at least one of the puns would make them
No pun in ten did.

What can ya say......

October 15, 2007

55 Must See Movies of 2008

Some interesting reading here. Many have trailers as well.


October 16, 2007

The Ultimate Bible Quiz

Nearly everyone has read or heard some part of the Bible, but few have become true Biblical students. The Bible is a rich and wonderful compilation of 66 different writings, written in many different genres by several different authors.

Where do you fall on the Bible continuum? Are you a casual hearer, or a real scholar? Do you know the Old Testament from the New? Do you know the Biblical characters and events? Take this quiz to see!


Me....I scored a 54%

October 19, 2007

The Toyota Trap

October 22, 2007

Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader

Ugh! I hate these. It just shows how long since i've been to school.
Btw, I scored 63%


October 23, 2007

The Bartending Scam

This is an interesting one!

Create Your Own Personalized Message From Optimus Prime

This is from the Transformers movie. The kids will love this one.
(you can send an email or get a phone call)


Awesome Wildlife Pics

I dunno, these pictures are just cool!


$50 Survey

Here is an email I just got from my buddy Patti...

I know YOU don't fit into this catagory, but thought
you might want to pass it along.

We are conducting a 1-hour telephone survey with men
65+ years of age who have experienced Shingles in the
past 6 months. If you are interested in participating
we are offering $50.00. To be considered, you must
first fill out the attached survey, please understand,
this is only to be considered for the study.


Free Tee Shirt From TripAdvisor For The First 10,000


T-shirt available in size medium only.


Three New Contests From The Celebrity Cafe

Win one of five copies of Bitter:Sweet
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Daily Entry. Expires October 31, 2007. U.S. Only.

Win one of five copies of Ann Wilson’s Hope & Glory CD
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October 24, 2007

How Much Are You Worth?

This is an easy one.


October 25, 2007

155 Useless Facts For Your Enjoyment

Thanks Ashley!

I am sure that you have already posted some of these, but I tried to remember all the things that I learned in my Western Civ. Class. During lectures my instructor would just give us uselss facts to throw us off. Then when we would take exams, the useless facts that he gave us would be on there as a bonus!! So I started writting them down... I hope you can use them!!

1. A rat can last longer without water than a camel.
2. Your stomach has to produce a new layer of mucus every two weeks, otherwise it will digest itself.
3. The Declaration of Independence (the very official copy in the Rotunda of the National Archives) is written on parchment, not paper.
4. The dot over the letter 'i' is called a tittle.
5. A raisin dropped in a fresh glass of soda will bounce up and down continually from the bottom of the glass to the top.
6. A female ferret will die if it goes into heat and cannot find a mate.
7. A 2x4 is actually 1-1/2" x 3-1/2" .
8. 40% of McDonald's profits come from the sales of Happy Meals.
9. Every person has a unique tongue print. (Say "aaah")
10. The 'spot' on 7UP comes from its inventor who had red eyes. He was an albino.
11. 315 entries in Webster's 1996 Dictionary were misspelled.
12. During the chariot scene in 'Ben Hur' a small red car can be seen in the distance.
13. On average, 12 newborns will be given to the wrong parents daily.
14. John Wilkes Booth's brother once saved the life of Abraham Lincoln's son. Irony.
15. Warren Beatty and Shirley MacLaine are brother and sister.
16. Chocolate kills dogs! Chocolate affects a dog's heart and nervous system. A few ounces is enough to kill a small sized dog. (Debated)
17. Daniel Boone detested coonskin caps.
18. Playing cards were issued to British pilots in WWII. If they were captured, the cards could be soaked in water and unfolded to reveal a map for escape.
19. Most lipstick contains fish scales. Yum.
20. Dr. Seuss actually pronounced Seuss such that it sounded like Sue-ice.
21. Ketchup was sold in the 1830s as medicine.
22. Leonardo da Vinci could write with one hand and draw with the other at the same time.
23. During the California Gold Rush of 1849 miners sent their laundry to Honolulu for washing and pressing. Due to the high costs in California during these years it was deemed more feasible to send the shirts to Hawaii for servicing.
24. American Airlines saved $40,000 in 1987 by eliminating one olive from each salad served in first class.
25. The number of possible ways of playing the first four moves per side in a game of chess is 318,979,564,000.
26. Upper and lower case letters are named 'upper' and 'lower', because in the time when all original print had to be set in individual letters, the 'upper case' letters were stored in the case on top of the case that stored the smaller, 'lower case' letters. The proper term for upper case letters is "majuscule" and for lower case it's "minuscule".
27. The printing industry gives us other popular phrases, such as "mind your 'p's and 'q's." The moveable block type had the letters in reverse so they would read correctly when imprinted on paper. Apprentices had to remove the type from the pages and return the blocks to their upper and lower cases. Each drawer in the case held a different size of letters, and each drawer was divided into compartments (called sorts) for each letter. The letters 'p' and 'q' could easily be mistaken, so the master printer would advise their apprentices to mind their 'p's and 'q's. (This is debated. Link.)
28. When the master printer was building a page and discovered that a particular sort was empty, he would get angry. Thus the term "out of sorts".
29. The question mark came from a monk habit of writing the Latin word for question, quo, at the end of sentences. Over time, the letters were written vertically to save space and morphed into the ? we write today. Similarly, the exclamation point came from the Latin word "Lo", meaning something important that should be heeded. (Lo and behold...)
30. Wellfleet, Massachusetts has the only town clock in the world that strikes ship's time. (Rings every half hour, to a maximum of 8 rings at the end of each four hour period.)
31. There are no words in the dictionary that rhyme with the words orange, purple, or silver, or month. (Debated, as I don't think that sliver is a rhyme for silver, or pimple a good rhyme with purple, etc.)
32. The numbers '172' can be found on the back of the U.S. $5 dollar bill in the bushes at the base of the Lincoln Memorial. (New or old? Not sure. Probably the old one.)
33. The very first bomb dropped by the Allies on Berlin during World War II killed the only elephant in the Berlin Zoo.
34. There are four cars and eleven lightposts on the back of a $10 dollar bill.
35. Scissors as we know them today (well, pretty much) were invented in Rome in about 100 AD (or CE, if you want to be politically correct).
36. If one places a tiny amount of liquor on a scorpion, it will instantly go mad and look like it is stinging itself to death. It spasms a lot. :)
37. Most scorpions will glow under black (ultraviolet) light. (?!)
38. Bruce Lee was so fast that they actually had to SLOW a film down so you could see his moves. That's the opposite of the norm.
39. If you have three quarters, four dimes, and four pennies, you have $1.19. You also have the largest amount of money in coins without being able to make change for a dollar.
40. The first CD pressed in the US was Bruce Springstein's 'Born in the USA.'
41. The mask used by Michael Myers in the original Halloween was actually a Captain Kirk mask painted white.
42. The first product Motorola developed was a record player for automobiles. At that time the most known player on the market was the Victrola, so they called themselves Motorola.
43. Roses MAY be red, but violets ARE, indeed, violet.
44. By raising your legs slowly and lying on your back, you can't sink in quicksand. One should carry a stout pole while travelling in quicksand country...when placed under one's back, it helps one to float out of the quicksand.
45. Casey Kasem is the voice of Shaggy on Scooby-Doo.
46. Celery has negative calories! It takes more calories to digest a piece of celery than the celery has in it to begin with. (Mmm, diet food.)
47. Charlie Chaplin once won third prize in a Charlie Chaplin look alike contest.
48. In Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift described the two moons of Mars, Phobos and Deimos, giving their exact size and speeds of rotation. He did this more than one hundred years before either moon was discovered.
49. Chewing gum while peeling onions will keep you from crying!
50. Sherlock Holmes NEVER said, "Elementary, my dear Watson." For that matter, Sherlock Holmes never existed in the first place. But the address where he supposedly lived, 221B Baker Street, still gets a lot of fan mail. I am told that there is a desk there that has the sign "Secretary to Mr. Holmes".
51. An old law in Bellingham, Wash., made it illegal for a woman to take more than 3 steps backwards while dancing. (?!)
52. Birds have the right of way on all Utah highways.
53. Sharon Stone was the first Star Search spokesmodel.
54. The glue on Israeli postage stamps is certified kosher.
55. The Guinness Book of Records holds the record for being the book most often stolen from public libraries.
56. Astronauts are not allowed to eat beans before they go into space because passing wind in a spacesuit will damage it.
57. The number one selling CD in history is the third Beatles anthology. It recently beat out the Eagles' "Their Greatest Hits."
58. Bats always turn left when exiting a cave.
59. If you drop a penny off of the Empire State Building, it will be going 106 miles per hour (terminal velocity) when it reaches the ground. Something moving this fast may actually cause head injuries if it lands on you. (OUCH)
60. The original Winnie the Pooh was a real live bear found outside of Winnipeg, Canada, hence the name Winnie.
61. Francis Bacon died in his attempt to find a better way to serve food. He caught a case of pneumonia while attempting to stuff a chicken with snow. Ironically, the chicken survived the ordeal.
62. Dachshunds were originally bred in 1600 to hunt dachs, which is German for badgers. (Historically speaking, 1600 was a slow year.)
63. Houdini's real name was Ehrich Weiss.
64. The first zoo in America was in Philadelphia.
65. Laser is actually an acronym for "Light Amplification by Stimulated Emissions of Radiation."
66. The world's first passenger train made its debut in England in 1825.
67. If you hate our "QWERTY" keyboard layout, blame Christopher Sholes. He changed it from the original in 1873 to lessen the chances of the keys jamming.
68. Napoleon III suffered from ailurophobia, which is a fear of cats.
69. Escalator is one of many words that were originally trademarks but have become ordinary words found in dictionaries. Some other words which were originally trademarks and have now passed into common use are aspirin, autoharp, band-aids, breathalyzer, cellophane, Coke (in some areas, at least), corn flakes, cube steak, ditto, dry ice, dumpster, formica, Frisbee, granola, gunk, jeep, kerosene, Kleenex, mace, nylon, ping-pong (also an onomatopoeia), popsicle, Q-tip, rollerblade, rolodex, Scotch tape, sheetrock, spandex, styrofoam, tabloid, thermos, trampoline, yo-yo, xerox, and zipper.
70. The citrus soda 7-UP was created in 1929; "7" was selected because the original containers were 7 ounces. "UP" indicated the direction of the bubbles. The red dot came from the inventors eyes, he was an albino with red eye!!
71. Mosquito repellents don't repel. They hide you. The spray blocks the mosquito's sensors so they don't know you're there. Also, the powder on the bark of a quaking aspen tree works as a mosquito repellent.
72. Dentists have recommended that a toothbrush be kept at least 6 feet away from a toilet to avoid airborne particles resulting from the flush.
73. The liquid inside young coconuts can be used as substitute for blood plasma.
74. No piece of paper can be folded in half consecutively more than 7 times (doubling factor... you end up folding 27 == 128 sheets of paper).
75. 1 in every 4 Americans has appeared on television. (I have!)
76. You burn more calories sleeping than you do watching television.
77. Oak trees do not produce acorns until they are fifty years of age or older.
78. The first product to have a bar code was Wrigley's gum.
79. The king of hearts on playing cards is the only king without a moustache.
80. A Boeing 747's wingspan is longer than the Wright brother's first flight.
81. Venus is the only planet that rotates clockwise.
82. Apples are more efficient than caffeine in waking you up in the morning. (Go figure.)
83. The little plastic things on the end of shoelaces are called aglets. (Why do you name them?)
84. Most dust particles in your house are made from dead skin.
85. The first owner of the Marlboro Company died of lung cancer. (Hmm, wonder why.)
86. Barbie's full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts.
87. Betsy Ross, Jackie Onassis, JFK, and Daniel Boone have all appeared on Pez dispensers.
88. Michael Jordan makes more money from Nike annually than all of the Nike factory workers in Malaysia combined.
89. Adolf Hitler's mother seriously considered having an abortion but was talked out of it by her doctor.
90. Walt Disney was afraid of mice.
91. The sound of E.T. walking was made by someone squishing their hands in jelly.
92. Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated.
93. Peanuts are one of the ingredients of dynamite.
94. There are 293 ways to make change for a dollar. (I'm not sure if that counts 50 cent pieces or not.)
95. The average person's left hand does 56% of the typing.
96. There are more chickens than people in the world.
97. Two-thirds of the world's eggplant is grown in New Jersey.
98. The longest one-syllable word in the English language is "screeched."
99. All of the clocks in the movie "Pulp Fiction" are stuck on 4:20.
100. "Dreamt" and "undreamt" are the only English words that end in the letters "mt."
101. 47.2% of all statistics are made up on the spot.
102. 26 (easily visible, there may be more) states are listed across the top of the Lincoln Memorial on the back of the old US $5 bill.
103. The almond is a member of the peach family.
104. Winston Churchill was born in a ladies' room during a dance.
105. Maine is the only state whose name is just one syllable.
106. Los Angeles' full name is "El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de los Angeles de Porciuncula."
107. A cat has 32 muscles in each ear.
108. An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain.
109. Tigers have striped skin, not just striped fur.
110. In most advertisements, the time displayed on a watch is 10:10.
111. Al Capone's business card said he was a used furniture dealer.
112. The characters Bert and Ernie on Sesame Street were named after Bert the cop and Ernie the taxi driver in Frank Capra's "It's a Wonderful Life."
113. A mayfly has a life span of 24 hours.
114. A goldfish has a memory span of three seconds. (As noted by a reader: "The reason a goldfish swims back and forth and back and forth across the fish bowl all day long everyday is because by the time it gets to one side of the bowl it forgets what's on the other side of the bowl. Every trip is a new adventure! (Hey, I wonder what's over there!.... Hey! I wonder what's over THERE!)" :))
115. A dime has 118 ridges around the edge.
116. It's impossible to sneeze with your eyes open. (Updated: I've had one person say they can do it. But still.)
117. The giant squid has the largest eyes in the world.
118. The microwave was invented after a researcher walked by a radar tube and a chocolate bar melted in his pocket. (Wonder what it did to his liver?) That researcher also invented microwave popcorn.
119. Mr. Rogers is an ordained minister.
120. The average person falls asleep in seven minutes.
121. There are 336 dimples on a regulation golf ball.
122. "Stewardesses" is the longest word that is typed with only the left hand.
123. The data track on a CD is a very long spiral. If it were unwound and laid out in a straight line, it would be over 3.5 miles long.
124. It is impossible to lick your elbow or stick your elbow in your ear. (Updated: many people have told me that they can actually lick their elbow. Most people can't do it, and I have yet to get an elbow-ear report.)
125. A crocodile can't stick its tongue out.
126. A shrimp's heart is in its head.
127. In a study of 200,000 ostriches over a period of 80 years, no one reported a single case where an ostrich buried its head in the sand (or attempted to do so).
128. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.
129. A pregnant goldfish is called a twerp.
130. More than 50% of the people in the world have never made or received a telephone call.
131. Rats and horses can't vomit.
132. "The sixth sick sheikh's sixth sheep's sick" is said to be the toughest tongue twister in the English language.
133. Rats multiply so quickly that in 18 months, two rats could have over a million descendants.
134. A lot of photocopier faults world-wide are caused by people sitting on them and photocopying their buttocks.
135. Cat's urine glows under a black light.
136. The oldest standing building in Australia is Captain James Cook's house, brought over from England brick by brick. Why? :)
137. Paul McCartney's real first name is James - Paul is his middle name. Thus, all the Beatles (including Ringo, whose first name is Richard) were named after kings.
138. The hole inside a CD is exactly the same size as an old Dutch 10 cent coin, called the "dubbeltje". (?!) Of course, all the European countries (save a few) have gone Euro now.
139. Killer whales are not, technically, whales. They are orcas, a relative of the porpoise and the dolphin.
140. If you stroke a shark from nose to tail, it is smooth. If you stroke it the other way, it is rough, and on some species, can even give you hand lacerations.
141. Elephants are the only land mammals that can't jump.
142. More about elephants: If you add up the circumference of two feet, you get exactly the elephant's height. (?!)
143. Your foot is nearly the same length as your forearm as measured from the inside of the elbow to the wrist. (On me, it's nearly exact. :) )
144. In 10 minutes, a hurricane expends more energy than all of the nuclear weapons in the world combined.
145. On average, 100 people choke to death on ballpoint pens every year.
146. 90% of all New York cabbies are recently arrived immigrants. (This reminds me of a Douglas Adams quote. If you can tell me which book, I'll give you... umm... nothing. Oh, wait *rummages* I have some undying respect I can throw in.)
147. Only one person in two billion will live to be 116 or older.
148. A snail can sleep for three months.
149. The electric chair was invented by a dentist.
150. All polar bears, despite being near the North Pole, are southpaws. (ooh, bad pun)
151. "Go" is the shortest complete sentence in the English language.
152. Americans eat on average 18 acres worth of pizza every day.
153. Money isn't made out of paper, it's made out of cotton.
154. Astronauts are not allowed to eat beans before they go into space because passing wind in a space suit damages it.

155. Almost everyone who reads this will try to lick their elbow

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October 26, 2007

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Thanks Patti!

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October 27, 2007

Where To Retire?

You can live in Phoenix, Arizona where...

1. You are willing to park three blocks away because you found shade.
2. You've experienced condensation on your butt from the hot water in the toilet bowl.
3. You can drive for four hours in one direction and never leave town.
4. You have over 100 recipes for Mexican food.
5. You know that "dry heat" is comparable to what hits you in the face when you open the oven door.
6. The four seasons are: tolerable, hot, really hot, and ARE YOU KIDDING ME??!!

You can live in California where...

1. You make over $250,000 and you still can't afford to buy a house.
2. The fastest part of your commute is going down your driveway.
3. You know how to eat an artichoke.
4. You drive your rented Mercedes to your neighborhood block party.
5. When someone asks you how far something is, you tell them how long it will take to get there, rather thanhow many miles away it is.
6. The four seasons are: fire, flood, mud, and drought.

You can live in New York City where...

1. You say "the city" and expect everyone to know you mean Manhattan.
2. You can get into a four-hour argument about how to get from Columbus Circle to Battery Park, but can't find Wisconsin on a map.
3. You think Central Park is "nature".
4. You think that being able to swear at people in their own language makes you multi-lingual.
5. You've worn out a car horn.
6. You think eye contact is an act of aggression.

You can live in Maine where...

1. You have only four spices: salt, pepper, Ketchup, and Tabasco.
2. Halloween costumes fit over Parkas.
3. You have more than one recipe for moose.
4. Sexy lingerie is anything flannel with less than eight buttons.
5. The four seasons are: winter, still winter, almost winter, and construction.

You can live in the deep South where...

1. You can rent a movie and buy bait in the same store.
2. "y'all" is singular and "all y'all" is plural.
3. "he needed killin'" is a valid defense.
4. Everyone has two first names: Billy Bob, Jimmy Bob, Mary Sue, Betty Jean, Mary Beth, etc.

You could live in Colorado where...

1. You carry your $4,000 mountain bike atop your $500 car.
2. You tell your husband to pick up Granola on his way home and he stops at the day care center.
3. A pass does not involve a football or dating.
4. The top of your head is bald, but you stillhave a pony tail.

You can live in the Midwest where...

1. You've never met any celebrities, but the Mayor knows your name.
2. Your idea of a traffic jam is ten cars waiting to pass a tractor.
3. You have had to switch from "heat" to "A/C" on the same day.
4. You end sentences with a preposition, "Where's my coat at?"
5. When asked how your trip was to any exotic place, you say, "It was different!"/STRONG>

AND you can live in Florida where...

1. You eat dinner at 3:15 in the afternoon.
2. All purchases include a coupon of some kind....even houses and cars.
3. Everyone can recommend an excellent dermatologist.
4. Road construction never ends anywhere in the state.
5. Cars in front of you are often driven by headless people.

October 28, 2007

So, If You Were A Redneck....

Redneck Name

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October 29, 2007


This is a customizable start up page for your internet browser.
Looks really cool.

From their site:

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New Contest from The Celebrity Cafe

This one is only going to last a couple of days.

Win one of five copies of Fantastic 4 Rise of the Silver Surfer on DVD
Five Grand Prize Winners will receive: A copy of Fantastic 4 Rise of the Silver Surfer on DVD
Daily Entry. Expires October 31, 2007. U.S. Only.

My Buddy Mike.....

He likes to sing =)

With the first video, he was bored.
With the second one, he convinced someone to cover it.
And the third, the same thing.

Speaking of that third video, im going to post another from from her (it'll be the 4th video)
I dunno, I just think its awesome.

October 31, 2007

The Jing Project

Share videos, pictures, etc.
Watch the demo video. Its very cool.


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