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I think I’m not gonna shave…

…until it’s warmer.

I’ll probably look like Rasputin by June.

3 comments December 21st, 2008

Five more inches of snow?

I don’t think Santa’s gonna have any problems landing and taking off this Christmas.

Add comment December 20th, 2008

Here’s something you don’t hear everyday:

Voice from the past: Listen to a family Christmas recording hidden since the Great War

Ghostly voices from a family celebrating Christmas together during the First World War have been heard for the first time in nearly a century.

The recordings provide a fascinating insight into an English family living at a tumultuous time in world history.

Eight phonograph cyclinders, viagra sales cheap made of beeswax and soap, feature the Smith family from Salisbury in Wiltshire singing carols and discussing ‘daddy being away at war.’

You can hear one of the recordings here.

Add comment December 18th, 2008

Be careful on the road in Wisconsin, tomorrow

There’s supposed to be black ice on the road in the morning?

Which makes me wonder: is “black” ice racist?

2 comments December 14th, 2008

Spotted in a local parking lot:

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Remember folks, it’s a Panda BEAR

Panda in China zoo bites student who wanted a hug.

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There’s a Milwaukee TV news anchor here at the Apple Store with me

But since I don’t watch much TV news, viagra sale advice I can’t tell you who the hell he is.

Good looking, cuss, though.

Add comment November 21st, 2008

Ironically enough..

…I’m actually proud of this:

blog readability test

Hat tip Blogging Blue

15 comments November 20th, 2008

I’d been trying to figure out why I had suddenly seen…

…a bunch of Cricket Communications stores popping up…but only in Milwaukee’s inner city.

But I guess this explains that:

Cricket Communications, viagra pills Inc. founded in 1999, cialis generic view is a subsidiary of Leap Wireless International, patient Inc. It offers wireless service in the U.S by way of month-to-month contracts only; it does not require credit checks or long-term service contracts as other service providers in the U.S.

3 comments November 19th, 2008

Someone got politics in my video game!

I’ve been playing World of Warcraft’s Wrath of the Lich King expansion and I’ve noticed some pretty odd politics:

A militant version of PETA called D.H.E.T.A. that encourages you to cut the ears off poachers.

There are fields full of oil-covered animals.

And one quest has you torturing a man using electrical shocks to save another person.

Now, best viagra cheap I can’t actually tell what conclusion you’re supposed to draw from these various elements. For example, recipe the torture quest makes you feel horrible (the guy begs you to stop), but it’s the only way to save one of the “good guys.”

What conclusion an I supposed to draw from that?

Torture is good?

Torture is bad?

Video games have moved way past pong?

(On the other hand, pong did involve wacking an innocent dot with a paddle, so maybe things haven’t changed that much after all.)

Add comment November 19th, 2008

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