Watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, as I do each year, and I am used to them having crappy one-hit wonder type bands and singers on the floats. Imagine my utter, and total, shock when Cartoon Network sponsered a Puffy AmiYumi float! I don’t think they even qualify as a one-hit wonder in the USA,… read more


November 24 2005

Random Survey Thing

1. Something purple within 5 feet of you? Coffee cup 2. The sexiest item of clothing you own? Um…I am a 6’4″ man…we don’t do sexy…maybe my leather trench coat? 4. The weirdest thing you’ve ever heated in the microwave? A CD-Rom…Damn Mythbusters! 5. How much Japanese do you know? About a 100 words or… read more


November 23 2005

Amazing Race 8, Episode 9

Amazing Race:Family Edition opened up with the teams having to drive 136 miles to Monument Valley, UT. While it is a Navajo tribal park, most people remember it from John Ford’s Westerns (such as The Searchers) he made in the 1940’s. Oddly enough, once there, they had to find John Ford’s Point to receive their… read more


I have an odd obsession with reading about teacher/student sexual relationships because it fascinates me how any adult, in their right mind, could think “Man, Billy may only be 14, but he sure is sexy!” So with that said, I was just reading about the sentancing of Debra Lafave. You may remember she was the… read more

Over the past ten days or so I have been doing something I never really thought I would do…purging my comic book collection. I started collecting around May 1976 with Amazing Spider-Man #156 that my father picked up at the Circle K near our house in Glendale, AZ. (And it’s even still there!) That was… read more

Yes, I have professed my undying love of Skype many times, so just put up with me while I talk about this. Starting Monday, Radio Shack will have Skype kiosks in their stores that will be selling phones and headsets to work with their service. They will also be carrying low end mics and headphones… read more

The Apprentice 4 opened with everyone waiting to see who would come back from the latest board room. They were shocked when only Randal and Rebecca came back, meaning Brian and Marshawn had both been fired. After that excitement was over, Alla and Adam were trying to make peace with Clay who was, shall we… read more


The tribe members returned to camp from the latest tribal council as Survivor Gautemala opened up this week. Everyone was congratulating Gary on his use of the hidden immunity, except for Jamie, who seemed to be seething. Big shock. This was followed by Jamie getting all worked up about Gary voting for Cindy, which Cindy… read more

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Well, if we learned anything from this week’s Martha Stewart Apprentice it was that Dawna should never go near the conference room again as it turns her into a blubbering idiot. It’s a game, get over it. She’s a magazine publisher? How does anything get done at her company if she can’t handle being nasty… read more

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November 17 2005

For the first time ever…

For the first time ever, I am actually going to use the term “jumped the shark“. I have fought it for years, even as it became more popular, but now is the time for me to use it. The Simpsons have jumped the shark. Not only have they jumped the shark, they couldn’t even stick… read more

This is something I have meant to blog about for ages and am just now finally getting around to it. What in the world is up with all the Che Guevara shirts? link not-withstanding, how many people even know who he was? What he stood for? For those of you unfamiliar with the tshirts… read more

Does anyone else found it odd that the riots in France are still going, but there is next to no news coverage of it? The French parliment is now involved, and still, next to no news coverage on such a major news story is just odd in my book.… read more

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