Wednesday, December 26, 2007

An apology

I realize I may have hurt some feelings with my post about PT Cruisers. I have no doubt that they are a practical, attractive, responsible, and fun vehicle to drive. And as far as their ability to be customized, I give this video. Very impressive car, very impressive driver.

twin turbo pt cruiser power shifting drive it like you stole it~

Thursday, December 20, 2007



It's even funny to dinosaurs.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007


Well it made me feel inadequate, that's for sure. 2.4lb/chub? That's fairly impressive, I think; especially for lean chubs. Can't say I've weighed my wang recently, but I'd guess these have me beat by an order of magnitude, at least.
Obligatory jokes:

-can't beat that meat (price)
-nice package
-and that's boneless!
-why are there two in your package
-you couldn't even afford to throw a sausagefest?
-those would be good in tacos

Feel free to continue.

Lamest car show ever

Perhaps you've figured out I am just dumping random images gleaned from my phone's camera onto the intarwebz for your enjoyment.

This was pathetic.

No, putting roof racks on and washing your car does not merit 'custom' status.

Plus, you must hate driving if you actually choose to own one of these.


I took these within 4 blocks of one another.

Folks just treat the curb as if it's a gentle suggestion of where to place their vehicle. Pretty soon I'm sure they'll clip me on the sidewalk, maybe because they need to veer around the asshole in front of them that stopped to let the handicapped guy cross the street, and the roadway is not sufficiently wide to allow for this maneuver.

Friday, December 7, 2007

If you say so

Since I'm in the groove of posting random pictures, here's a situation where the marketing is solid, but the execution...
we'll just say it leaves a little to be desired, and leave it at that.

That and the fact that the 'neighborhood' to speak of consists primarily of highway overpasses, subway tunnels, train platforms and two parking garages. I'm sure the community appreciates the effort.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Monday, December 3, 2007

Happy Holidays

This might be the best thing anyone does for you this holiday season:

Listen to the song in its entirety (probably with headphones, though feel free to share).

Thanks, Steve.

Saturday, December 1, 2007


I got a present today courtesy of L's company, and the cooperation of some of her colleagues. I like to recognize those who provide me with cake, so :
I had a little seizure and went into diabetic shock but I'm ok now.

For future reference, cake is an easy way to be immortalized on the intarwebz.