Happy Leap Day...

Friday, February 29, 2008

...and happy birthday to anyone who was born on february 29th, that doesn't get to celebrate their birthday every year! says i, that, is today's reason to drink!

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What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?

the one and only sheila provided yet another awesome photo. the line is from a crazy old movie from 1962 with bette davis and joan crawford, called 'what ever happened to baby jane.' it was another one of those psychologically exhausting films along the lines of 'sybil.' an oldie, but definately a goodie; and just as freaky as this photo.

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Foundations...

more from kate nash, 'foundations,' me at deer leap falls.

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The Original Board Room...

Thursday, February 28, 2008

my donald trump board room impression, before donald trump stepped foot in one. me & my sisters; 'you're fired' circa 1984.

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I Want To Go Home...

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'home' by zach macko & far north.

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A Cheesy Video That Makes Me Smile, And Has Nothing To Do With E*Trade...


i know it's lame, but it's funny. it makes me giggle like a dumb*ss. enjoy.

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Missing You, Missing Who?

missing you.


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The Nicest Thing...

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

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...was in my email this morning. actually, in my email, on my myspace and on my facebook. all because pj was drunk last night and was hoping that i was awake and would see this somewhere as soon as she posted it. well i didn't see it asap, but i did get it this morning, and it made me smile. she watches vh1 at 5 a.m. and says "the best songs are on at that time." i have to agree, all the great music that people want to hear is on at the weirdest times on both vh1 and mtv. the pop sh*t, that everyone is sick of hearing is on ALL day long...

the lyrics are from the song 'nicest thing' by kate nash. you can check her out HERE.

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Wild Mountain Blueberry...

a shameless plug: i'm not sure what genius decided that blueberries and coffee would go well together, but whoever it was, i'm glad they did. it's been a while since i've had a cup until i recently got another bag and reaffirmed my love for the stuff. don't knock it, try it. i promise you won't be disappointed. i'm not even sure if any other company makes it, but 'wild mountain blueberry' from green mountain coffee roasters is the best.

thank god for the crazy ones, the round pegs in the square holes, the one who see things differently, the ones that are crazy enough to try something like mixing glorious coffee and blueberries...

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A Day Full of Dust & Latex...

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

after snorting enough drywall dust to have supported a columbian family in the 'export' business for a year, the painting commenced. two coats. complete. moldings are currently in the works. completion of project mayhem: t minus 2 days...

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Boldog születésnapot Apa, Happy Birthday Dad...

my pops is back from his trip to 'the old country,' and since his return he has become the head of what i affectionatly like to call "project mayhem." (the remodeling of the extra bedroom in his house, that has been sitting incomplete for five years.) project mayhem is coming to an end as yesterday we painted, and i did all the electrical work, and just in time for today, the old man's 64th birthday. i'll keep you posted on the final product, and share some before, during and after pictures when it's completely done. but for today, i think we're going to relax a little, maybe move some furniture, no doubt drink some beers, and later we'll attempt to ignite a cake with 65 candles. that oughta light up the neighborhood! Happy Birthday Pops!

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The Tao of Fake Butter...

Monday, February 25, 2008

i don't care about your faith...

or your reason...

and I HOPE you're joking...


IT'S NOTHING LIKE THE REAL THING!


i found this HERE.

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Why I Think I'm Becoming A Redneck, Part II...

"Top 10 Reason Why I Think I'm Becoming A Redneck"
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#10 - i wear crocs in the snow.

#9 - i would happily drive and/or live in this.

#8 - i currently get drinking water from here.

#7 - this is currently my next door neighbor.

#6 - i've been saying 'ya'll' a lot since i moved back from north carolina.

#5 - i recently created a country playlist on my ipod.

#4 - i'm actually starting to think that larry the cable guy is funny.
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#3 - i don't remember the last time i shaved and i'm thinking of growing a mullet.

#2 - i'm pabst powered, and proud of it.

#1 - i'm going to wal-mart after i post this to buy one of these.


it is what it is, and i am who i am.

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The Sun Is Peaking Through...

change can happen when you get the chance;
change can happen without a passing glance.
change can change everything in your path;
change is the resistance to things in your past.


the words on the photo are by kelly sweet, the song is called 'raincoat.' the drink umbrella is a beauty, isn't it? the sausage queen of deerfield beach was the inspiration once again.

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And Now, Deep Thoughts...

Sunday, February 24, 2008

yet another gadget on my igoogle, is the 'deep thought' of the day by the ever-knowing jack handey. today's was destined to be posted on MY page, and here it is.

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Why I Think I'm Becoming A Redneck, Part I...

i've enjoyed redneck jokes for years. actually, that's a lie. i used to think they were easily interchangeable with low class jokes. but recently i've realized, as much as i hate to admit it, i think i may be becoming one. maybe not in the strongest sense of the word, but redneck nonetheless. i decided that it's time to take a reflective look at the core beliefs of a culture that values home, family, country and god. in the unstable world that we're living in today, those are the most important traits to have. i don't know about you, but if i had to stand before a dozen terrorists who threatened my life, i'd rather have a half dozen or so rednecks to back me up than a bunch of over-torqued musclemen. rednecks with their tire irons, squirrel guns and grit; it's only natural because that's what rednecks are made of. isn't it? i guess i could be one of those, and like i said, i feel like i am slowly becoming one. read on ya'll!

you could easily spend hours on google doing research on 'rednecks.' next time you're up at three in the morning with nothing to do, type "you might be a redneck if" in the search box, smack the 'enter' key and voila! an endless list of bad redneck jokes, half-truths, jeff foxworthy tour dates and these, an interesting group of thoughts pulled from all over the google world:

[google search criteria] - "you might be a redneck if"
-it never occurred to you to be offended by the phrase "one nation, under god."
-you've never protested about seeing the 10 commandments posted in public places.
-you still say "christmas" instead of "winter festival."
-you bow your head when someone prays.
-you stand and place your hand over your heart, with your hat off when you hear national anthem.
-you treat all american vets with great respect, and always have.
-you've never burned an american flag.
-you know what you believe and you aren't afraid to say so, no matter who is listening.
-you respect your elders and expect your kids to do the same.
-you'd give your last dollar to a friend.


so, this list makes sense to me. and seems to be quite truthful when you think about it. in which case, i'd be happy should i ever actually be called a redneck. i'm still secretly hoping that it never happens, but should it, i'll accept with a smile. i've come up with a 'top 10' list on how i'm actually subconsciously converting, but that'll be part II of this entry, so make sure you check back tomorrow ya'll.

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...that something like you could happen to me.

so many times i thought i'd held it in my hands,
but just like grains of sand,
love slipped though my fingers.

so many nights i've asked the lord above,
'please make me lucky enough to find a love that lingers.'
something keeps telling me that you could be my answered prayer.

you must be heaven sent, i swear.


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No Place Like Home...

the lyrics of 'the old apartment' by the barenaked ladies have always made me emotionally content. i got this photo from one of my sister's friends blogs that doesn't seem to exist anymore. i love the photo though and it pairs well with the lyrics...

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Pacing the Cage...

Saturday, February 23, 2008

...sometimes the best map will not guide you
you can't see what's round the bend
sometimes the road leads through dark places
sometimes the darkness is your friend
today these eyes scan bleached-out land
for the coming of the outbound stage
pacing the cage...


another photo from the ray-ban shoot. lyrics of 'pacing the cage' by jimmy buffett.

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Attack of the Yuppies...

"...hide in your fine homes and eat vegetables; put a greenpeace or naacp bumper sticker on your beemer if it makes you feel better. save the rainforest-by all means-so maybe you can visit it someday, on an ecotour, wearing comfortable shoes made by twelve-year-olds in forced labor. save a whale while millions are still sold into slavery, starved, f*cked to death, shot, tortured, forgotten. when you see cute little kids crying in rubble next to Sally Struthers somewhere, be sure to send a few dollars..."

yup·pie [yuhp-ee] noun - a young, ambitious, and well-educated city-dweller who has a professional career and an affluent lifestyle. [Origin: 1980–85, Americanism; y(oung) u(rban) p(rofessional)] [www.dictionary.com]


i came across this passage while re-reading anthony bourdain's 'a cook's tour.' he seems to reference california yuppies as natives. i find it interesting as i learn about the true differences between east coast and west cost living; night & day really. oddly enough, most recently i noticed some major opposites of coastal living while reading a survey bulletin posted on myspace by a friend of mine out in the seattle area. one of many noticable differences is margot's ideal sandwich consisting of turkey, avocado & wheat bread; while mine was a juiced up italian 'sub.' i also appreciated, as i always do, the discussion that i had with her and many others about what color american cheese should be. (yellow as far as i'm concerned.) i enjoy celebrating diversity, especially where food is concerned...

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Life is Like an Hourglass...

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not much to say this morning.

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The Plight of Potted Meat...

Friday, February 22, 2008

...And then there was the condemned meat industry, with its endless horrors. The people of Chicago saw the government inspectors in Packingtown, and they all took that to mean that they were protected from diseased meat; they did not understand that these hundred and sixty-three inspectors had been appointed at the request of the packers, and that they were paid by the United States government to certify that all the diseased meat was kept in the state. They had no authority beyond that; for the inspection of meat to be sold in the city and state the whole force in Packingtown consisted of three henchmen of the local political machine!...

...And then there was "potted game" and "potted grouse," "potted ham," and "deviled ham"—devyled, as the men called it. "De-vyled" ham was made out of the waste ends of smoked beef that were too small to be sliced by the machines; and also tripe, dyed with chemicals so that it would not show white, and trimmings of hams and corned beef, and potatoes, skins and all, and finally the hard cartilaginous gullets of beef, after the tongues had been cut out. All this ingenious mixture was ground up and flavored with spices to make it taste like something. Anybody who could invent a new imitation had been sure of a fortune from old Durham, said Jurgis's informant, but it was hard to think of anything new in a place where so many sharp wits had been at work for so long; where men welcomed tuberculosis in the cattle they were feeding, because it made them fatten more quickly; and where they bought up all the old rancid butter left over in the grocery stores of a continent, and "oxidized" it by a forced-air process, to take away the odor, rechurned it with skim milk, and sold it in bricks in the cities!...

photo inspired by david letterman and his obsession with 'tainted meat.' excerpt from upton sinclair's 'the jungle.'

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A Post From A Reader...

a post from the previously mentioned 'sausage donator,' michelle. she says i'm her 'muse.' i love the quote, and it fits so perfectly with the photo. paris, love her or hate her, really is an idiot; and we can only hope that she learns from her many oh-so-public f*ckups. ms. rita mae brown offers some real advice to live by.

thanks michelle, love it!

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[life]

keller williams is the man. that's all i have to say about that.

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Searching...

i have seen mount rushmore,
and i'd really love to go;
now that i am out here on my own.

i bought a pack of camels,
but i never really smoked,
and then headed south to play in new orleans.

and i don't need your money,
and i sure don't want your wife,
'cause i just bought myself a new guitar.

and i've been out here searching
for a meaning to my life,
but i haven't found what
i've been looking for...


my favorite dance.

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Ride On The Peace Train...

Thursday, February 21, 2008

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i'm sorry to disappoint the past few days as there haven't been many posts. i appreciate the emails of concern. everything is good, inhaling drywall dust like crazy and in turn sneezing my face off. things are going well on the project front... another coat of spackle and i'll be in fullout sanding mode.

besides being busy with that, i'm exhausted from waking up early, working all day and then staying up far too late. but you know what they say, old habits die hard. it's impossible for me to get to bed before 1 a.m. so with the physical exhaustion and the thinking i've been doing about my life lately, it's been an emotional few days. i have a lot of things to work out, and i'm trying to bite off a little piece at a time. things can only get better...

i've got several entries in the pipeline so keep checking back. thanks again for your emails and for reading!

thanks again to sheila for the amazing picture and inspirational lyrics by the legend, cat stevens.

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Today's Reason to Drink, 022108...

today's 'reason to drink' according to my igoogle gadget, is: "Celebrate linguistic and cultural diversity on International Mother Language Day by drinking from a bottle you can't read." well, don't let me be the one to spoil the celebration... i drank directly from that bottle to celebrate. i know it's vodka, and i think it's from russia; that's about all i can tell you. oh, and it was delicious! join the party, happy international mother language day!

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These Hard Times...

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

me, rob thomas & matchbox twenty: dedicated to you...

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My Guilty Conscience...

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

my mind is killing me right now. my guilty conscience is overwhelming me. i feel like i'm slipping again. doing it again. leaving again. ruining again. why? can i ask? more importantly, can i answer? i'm taking is personally because i know it applies to me. whether or not it was intended for me, i don't know...

"you can only push a girl away for so long until she walks out of your life on her own. so be careful and make sure this is what you want. because once she turns around, she ISN'T coming back..."


"take time to realize
that i am on your side
didn't i, didn't i tell you.
but i can't spell it out for you,
no its never gonna be that simple
no i can't spell it out for you.

if you just realize what i just realized,
then we'd be perfect for each other
and we'll never find another.
just realize, what i just realized.
we'd never have to wonder if
we missed out on each other now."


pj and dubbz, thank you for being there when i need you. i owe you, and love you both.

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Who?

Monday, February 18, 2008

the words of yusuf islam, better known as cat stevens.

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A Day Full of Drywall...

as promised, today was full of drywall. that was me for most of the day. ok, so maybe it wasn't as dramatic as being on stilts, but that would have been interesting. i was lucky enough to sleep in though, if 9:30 counts as sleeping in. tomorrow will no doubt be filled with a continuation of today, though we should be done by mid-afternoon. we'll see how that goes...

more on my construction activities tomorrow...

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Anyone But McCain...

Sunday, February 17, 2008

although i have always vowed NOT to jam my political beliefs down anyone's throat, i must ask all you mccain supporters out there: how the hell can you trust a man that doesn't open his mouth when he speaks? and on the same note, for someone who talks so much, he really doesn't say much. i listened to him babble for about an hour on cnn tonight; if mcain becomes president, only God can save America... and furthermore, i'm moving to England. we don't need another 'w.'

ANY democrat 2008.

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Knight Rider Returns, In A Ford?

although i was obsessed with knight rider back in the day, i do believe that tonight was the first time i had ever seen a 'new' episode. the show was originally on from 1982-1986, years that i really don't remember much of; i did, however, used to watch it after school just about everyday with my childhood friend frank. we never missed it, even though it was reruns. so i was beyond excited when i saw that kitt was making a return on primetime!

kitt of the new millenium

tonight's 'movie premier' was an interesting sight. besides the fact that it felt like a two hour ford motor company commercial, it had several other subtle characteristics that helped make this knight rider part of the new millenium. nbc also took the liberty of plugging their other show, 'las vegas,' as kitt rolled up to the montecito in vegas. subtlty #1.


fords, fords, fords
throughout the show, but especially noticable during the several highway car chases, the only visible vehicles were ford motor company products: fords, mazdas, jaguars and land rovers. even the huge dumptrucks were old fords. but luckily, the two hour ford commercial was broken up by a ford mini-series of commercials during the actual commercial breaks. the term 'brainwash' comes to mind. i wish i had $1 for ever ford vehicle in the episode; i'd be a millionaire. the one exception to the fordian brainwash, was the 'bad guys,' driving a chevy, of course.


homosexual undertones
another interesting addition to the show was the lesbian couple that opened the pilot. the character played by syney poitier's daughter, wakes up with a woman who demands breakfast, before the credits even ran. no other mention to that. real subtle nbc, nice job!?! then during one of the mini-soap opera moments of the ford commercials, kitt is speaking to mike about a date that he's going on and randomly asks him if he is 'homosexual.' real subtle, again.

a few things missing...
as great as it was, overall, there were just a few things missing. things that made knight rider so cool in the first place.
1- it's hard to watch kitt as a mustang. although the new kitt is pretty darn pimpin,' the trans am just screamed 'curly mullet.' maybe if we're lucky, we'll see him in an episode down the road, as they did mention him; maybe he'll be broken down in a garage somewhere or something.
2- the ultra-cool tractor trailer that kitt always rolled out of backwards was missing. they did have a huge plain that he pulled his signature move out of in the end, but again, it's just not the same.


the hoff
lucky for us, the one, possibly most important thing, that was not missing was the hoff. he made his, pesumably one of many, cameo appearances in the last 15 minutes of the commercial, i mean show. surprisingly, he wasn't flaunting any chest hair. if i had any doubts about the show being a continued success, they all vanished the minute dave, as i like to call him, hit the screen.


looking forward to the season to come, as i'm sure you are as well...

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Iran So Far...

although i agree with most of america, that the institution that is snl has seen better days, andy samberg has saved many an episode with one of his digital shorts: 'the lettuce commercial,' 'lazy sunday' and the emmy winning 'dick in a box.' this one, 'iran so far' was on again last night. he's a nut. not sure where he comes up with this stuff, but it's great! i laughed so hard i thought is was worthy of posting in case you missed it.

next week should be an excellent show; tina fey is back for a one night appearance as both host and writer! it'll most likely be a tell-all for the future of the show. we shall see. keep your favorite two digits crossed!

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Nothing Runs Like A...

another horribly early morning today. i guess i'm going to have to get used to that for a while, now that my pops is in residence. woke up, put a new window in the bedroom and spent the rest of the day like the picture above; wiring the entire room for new electrical boxes. i must say, i think i did pretty well for my first time. only one casualty of the day: i was trying to drill a hole through the ceiling to drop the wiring for the light switch. my hole was off by about an inch and i drilled right through the ceiling in the living room, that was just recently re-drywalled and painted. oops!

tomorrow, my life will most likely be filled with more drywall and spackle, as well as another 5am wake-up i'm sure. good times will be had by all, but me.

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No Doubling Back...

Saturday, February 16, 2008

this photo is from my ray ban self-portrait series, paired with the words of jason mraz's 'no doubling back' from live at the eagles ballroom.

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A Real Bear...

wow, what a long, long morning it has been. you wouldn't believe me if i told you. let's leave it at that for now. this is another photo from the creative genius that is sheila. check her out HERE.

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E*Trade II - They've Done It Again...

Friday, February 15, 2008

"I underestimated the creepiness of the clown." i love it! e*trade baby commercial, version two! i still crack up everytime!

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Celebrate Today With A Beer...

i found a great new gadget a few days ago and put it on my igoogle page. everyday it updates itself with "today's reason to drink." today, february 15, in 1764, the city of st. louis, missouri was established. i know what you're saying, "big deal, that doesn't sound like a good reason to drink to me." well, had it not been for the establishment of st. louis, who knows if eberhard anheuser and adolphus busch would have established the first anheuser-busch brewery there in 1857. sound like a reason to drink now? i think so. so celebrate by drinking an all-american product today. beer!

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New Archive...

over the last two weeks, i've received so many emails regarding the new site! first off, i appreciate all of the feedback, and truly appreciate all of you folks that come by and read on a regular basis. seriously, thank you! second, i've gotten some constructive feedback from many of my readers stating that with all the posts, it's difficult to find where you left off from last time you visited the site. so... to make it a bit easier, i've changed my archiving on the site. now, all posts will be archived on a weekly basis, so it's easier to find the last entry that you've read. keep the feedback coming and thanks again for reading!

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Return To Hate Or Did We Not Leave?

so the one day of the year that everyone feels obligated to be nice to each other and tell the ones that they care about that they love them is behind us. so let's return to hating each other. from the stories on the news on 'love day,' it's apparent that some people were unaware of the holiday. four college kids and a professor were gunned down for no apparent reason at a college in illinois.

and the newspaper was filled with stories of both love and hate, or actually, love, hate and really strange occurances...

Strange and dangerous, occurance:
"Blade in heart-shaped lollipop blamed on "poor quality control"

The blade seemed to be melted into the candy, as if it had fallen into a mixture at the manufacturing plant. A cop notes that the candy had been manufactured in China.


If this ain't love, I don't know what is:
"Edgy" church sponsors "30-Day Sex Challenge"
Here's how it goes: Single people are supposed to abstain from sex for 30 days, while married couples are supposed to have sex every day for 30 days.


Strange and stupid:
"Passed-out student loses fingers and toes to frostbite"
He was passed out in an alley for six hours during his walk home from bars in subzero temperatures. One of the guys who found him says: "He couldn't stand up. His clothes were half off. He sounded like he had a speech impediment. He couldn't talk. At the time he reeked of alcohol, but we could tell by the color of his hands it was worse."


More Love:
"Every newspaper has an obligatory V-Day story today"
For their feature, the Post-Crescent found a couple, both 95, who've been married for 75 years.


Love, if you're from West Virginia:
"Forget flowers, get your lover a gun for Valentine's Day"
A radio ad for Big Al's Guns says: "If your lady's hotter than a $2 pistol, a handgun may be the perfect Valentine's gift." Has anyone out there received a gun from your loved one?


A Miracle, Love in Disguise:
"Woman wakes up from coma as her funeral is being planned"
The 65-year-old woman says her recovery is all a tribute to the power of prayer. "I still don't know what my task is here on this Earth, but I know God's not done with me yet. How else could you explain everything that has happened to me?" Her first task -- storing her casket in the garage, perhaps?


Odd, but Willy Wonka would be proud:
"Marketers are excited about the prospects for lickable ads"
Scatch-and-sniff I can deal with, but licking the ad? No thanks.


Sounds like Love to me:
"Here we go again!: School cancels dances because of "dirty" moves"
The middle-school students were doing a bit too much grinding on the dance floor. A school official says: "When parents ask why we've done this, I tell them I couldn't even have shown them what these kids were doing on videotape -- it's almost illegal. We're talking about groups of 20 kids or so rubbing up against each other."


She obviously hates herself:
"Woman mistakenly deposits her meth into credit union ATM"
Here's our genius-of-the-week: An 18-year-old woman told police that she may have mistakenly placed a bag of meth into an ATM for deposit into her bank account. A credit union confirmed that and the woman was arrested.


Don't all chocolates have milk in them?
"A Chocolate Recall For Valentine's Day"
See's Candies, Inc. of San Francisco, Calif., is recalling 16-ounce bags of See's Candies Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips because the product may contain undeclared traces of milk. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.


Now he can fill that viagra prescription - Love:
"Man's "$150 lottery ticket" turns out to be worth $250,000"
The 71-year-old man figures he made a simple error when he heard the winning numbers announced on TV and thought he won just $150. "I must have written one number wrong," he says. His wife says: ''We're the typical poor senior citizens, and our income from Social Security is not a lot."


Sounds like hot lovin':
"Couple jailed after sex romp on air conditioning unit"
Two young children noticed the performance and alerted an adult who called police. The couple allegedly began yelling obscenities at police, and the woman lifted her shirt to expose her breasts to elderly passers-by and traffic. Let's hope they didn't hit the gas pedals instead of the brakes.


Ha.
"Oscar Meyer Wienermobile crashes on snow-covered Pennsylvania road"
"The Wienermobile weighs 7,000 pounds, so usually ice and snow isn't much of a problem," says one of Oscar Mayer reps. "It was this time."


And the goverment wonders why the postal service is going under; more money, slower service:
"USPS Announces Stamps Increasing Two Cents May 14"
New postage rates go into effect on Monday, May 14, including a two-cent increase in the price of a First-Class Mail stamp to 41 cents. Post Offices nationwide are now selling the new 41-cent stamps and also one and two-cent stamps for customers who still have a supply of 39-cent stamps.


it was really an action packed day apparently. and that's not even counting the fact that another garbage truck crashed in nyc, jane fonda said c*nt on live tv (the today show), and thank god the writers are back! conan o'brien has lost it, he can't do it without the writers anymore...

just because v-day has past, don't hate, remember the love!

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Come Rain Or Come Shine...

Thursday, February 14, 2008

today is the first valentine's day that my sister and her husband have spent together as husband and wife. this photo is from their wedding last may, and the words are from their wedding song, 'come rain or come shine' by ray charles. here's wishing them many years of love and happiness! i love you guys!

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Be Mine...

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