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Happy birthday to him, happy birthday to him…

I’d like to wish my friend Michael a very happy birthday.

3 comments January 19th, 2009

Is torture ever “justified”?

On Twitter, generic viagra treatment Wil Wheaton, cure the guy who played Wesley on Star Trek: the Next Generation, wrote:

Look, all you people who think torture is just great and is *ever* justified? You sicken me. Go watch 24 and leave me alone.

I don’t know if torture by the state is ever justifiable; but if anyone ever kidnapped someone I loved, “torture” would be too tame a word for what I would do to them.

10 comments January 13th, 2009

As a Purdue alum…

…I think it would be wise for me not to comment on the butt whipping the Boilermakers pulled out on the Badgers, viagra sale purchase capsule today. ;)

Add comment January 11th, 2009

Next time I go shooting…

…I’m definitely using these as my targets, generic viagra buy viagra because you never know when you might have to defend yourself from Darth Vadar or Godzilla.

11 comments January 7th, 2009

Sen. Pell, creator of Pell Grants, dies at 90

I probably wouldn’t have been able to go to college without the Pell Grants I received (despite the three jobs I worked most years).

Thank you, cialis generic capsule Senator.

Trust me, generic viagra viagra your investment in my education has been returned many times over thanks to the higher taxes my higher education has enabled me to pay.

Add comment January 1st, 2009

It’s the end of a year

I don’t believe in doing recaps (or resolutions), cialis buy sales but I will say that I appreciate so many of you sticking with me through another year.

I hope 2009 is a good year for all of us.

Happy New Year, my friends!

7 comments December 31st, 2008

Fluxx me!

I discovered the Monty Python Fluxx Card Game, discount viagra thumb today and it’s a game changer. Literally:

IT’S… Monty Python Fluxx, the ever changing Monty Python card game. It’s time you enter a land of crazy knights, silly quests, killer rabbits, and yes, even the Spanish Inquisition (no one expects them). What starts out as a very simple game quickly blossoms into something ludicrous as the rules constantly change (hence the “Fluxx” part of the game’s name). It’s silly, it’s fun, it’s Monty Python Fluxx! Read on!

In the beginning, each player is dealt 3 cards and the only rule is “Draw 1 card; Play 1 card.” There are 4 basic card types: Keepers (cards you place in front of you – things required to complete a Goal); Goals (specify the Keepers or conditions needed to win the game); Actions (um…actions to mess with game play); and Rules (new rules that replace, remove, or add to the rules already in play). There are also a few Creeper cards – these will prevent you from winning, unless you change the Rules or the Goal.

Because that is the fun of Monty Python Fluxx – you can be as silly as you want all the while messing with the rules and the goals of the game. And if you’re not careful, you might change them enough to cause another player to win. Then you will be openly mocked – by the Knights who say, “Ni” as well as all the other players. Say no more, say no more (just get the game)!

1 comment December 30th, 2008

I went to Canada, today

But, generic viagra click unfortunately for all of you, cialis usa thumb they let me back in the country.

I only needed a photo ID to get back in, store despite the Canadian border official telling me I’d need my birth certificate as well.

But it got me thinking: what’s the point of requiring a driver’s license AND a birth certificate?

Don’t you need the birth certificate to get the driver’s license in the first place?

2 comments December 30th, 2008

I spent the day playing video games…

…and I make no apologies.

2 comments December 28th, 2008

Flew to Cleveland

Driving to Buffalo.

Long story (longer trip).

2 comments December 27th, 2008

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