Archive for June, 2006

Friday Funnies For the Fourth

Friday, June 30th, 2006

Another collection of utterly brainless fun. Internet TV has shriveled my brain. Borat trailer. Sacha Baron Cohen, famous for Ali G, in his new role as a hilarious Kazakhstani TV personality. Angry British Telecom customer. "And I mean PHYSICALLY!" This guy must be related to Winnebago man. Unintentionally suggestive ...

Friday funnies

Friday, June 23rd, 2006

Since I am lazy and unoriginal, I will regurgitate some funny and interesting things I've come across recently - Bush insults a blind reporter Connie Chung's career suicide musical send-off Classic video games re-animated with everyday items I Feel Great (Nutri-Grain commercial) Ooongfph! Amazing two-guitar performance of Super Mario Brothers theme music Folgers Happy Morning ...

Scamming for Christ

Wednesday, June 21st, 2006

I received one of these "Jesus Prayer Rug" scam letters in the mail a few weeks back: The Jesus Prayer Rug is a sheet of paper you unfold after opening the letter. The caption says: "Look into Jesus' Eyes you will see they are closed. But as you ...

A cry for help

Friday, June 9th, 2006

While looking for pizza places in the phone book at the Outer Banks beach house last week, we found this: The help line is apparently named after the sound you make when you've had too much alcohaaaaaal. I also like the wording: "24 Hour Abuse Access". For those odd ...


Wednesday, June 7th, 2006

Apprently hell froze over and McDonald's started giving out exercise videos to their customers. I ordered my greasy breakfast this morning in the drive through and got handed this DVD: Take a careful look at "Maya", the personal trainer. She's a 3D computer image; not even a real person! ...

Science heathens

Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

Followup to the Outer Banks post: I loved these bumper stickers we saw on an old ragged pickup truck at a gas station en route to the beach:


Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

To celebrate National Day Of Slayer (today is 06/06/06), check out the novelty lounge version of Slayer's song "War Ensemble" amid this medley of samples from Richard's Cheese's album "I'd Like A Virgin". Also noteworthy is the haunting Tori Amos version of Raining Blood.

Jabba the Sand

Tuesday, June 6th, 2006

This was our attempt to leave a mark on our Outer Banks vacation last week. Jabba the Sand watched over the children for a few hours before it succumbed to the perils of wind and water. The beach house was very nice - it even had a 12-seat Mini-Theater! ...