Archive for October, 2005

Wednesday funny

Wednesday, October 26th, 2005

I occasionally receive Scott Adams' Dilbert newsletter, and the best part of it is the "quotes from In-duh-viduals" section. Here's the one for this month: INDUHVIDUAL QUOTES ================== Here now, some quotes from Induhviduals, submitted by DNRC field operatives. Apparently the most confusing concepts for Induhviduals are anything involving body parts, beverages, ...

Words to live by

Monday, October 24th, 2005

Very useful advice from Jon: The first law of kung fu is don't fuck up your kung fu.

The new Smeggy

Monday, October 24th, 2005

It's a used 2005 Hyundai Sonata that was repossessed from a rental car company that went out of business.

Monday funny

Monday, October 24th, 2005

Monday funny From Diana: I'm sure every exam-taker has experienced this effect. In college I had a computer science exam for the Data Structures course. One of the last questions was "Draw a B-tree." In the last few minutes of frenetic desperation, I drew a picture ...

Hippo balls

Saturday, October 22nd, 2005

An auction by our friend Christina: Hippo Balls "Shipping will be 37 cents to the contiguous states as we will be slapping your balls in an envelope and mailing them to you."


Tuesday, October 18th, 2005

Iris has a new name for her favorite stuffed kitty, a black and white stuffed cat that Joanie gave her a while back: Humble Bay Dee-Dee. We have no idea where that came from. Kathryn went to get Iris out of the crib one morning recently, and Iris kept saying "I ...

Foggy smeggy breakdown

Tuesday, October 18th, 2005

So the update to the car saga is that we went to the dealer this morning and there is about $5000 worth of damages to my car. We brought Kathryn's car in too because her check engine light came on (which is the same business that started the slippery ...

Obstacle course

Sunday, October 16th, 2005

I drove to the Washington D.C. area Thursday for a Friday morning technology demo with a potential customer. But apparently there were funky forces at work trying to prevent me from going anywhere, at least in a timely fashion. It was smooth sailing on I-81 up until around mile marker ...

Pun of the week

Monday, October 10th, 2005

So bad, it's good! Source: Chris M. via Fark

O’ the humanity

Sunday, October 9th, 2005

Can you believe that these people SERIOUSLY believed themselves to be the SUPERIOR race?!? Just look at them! A sad thing is realizing that the photo is not that old (70s-ish?). Photo credit: screencap from the Errol Morris documentary The Thin Blue Line.