It really is like being in a "whole new world"....
Friday, March 27, 2009
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Once again we find an example of the misguided pious attempting to get their "point" across.
Friday, March 20, 2009
Trenton, N.J. - New Jersey is smoothing out differences over a plan to ban bare-it-all bikini waxing. The state is reversing course on the proposal. Consumer Affairs Director David Szuchman effectively killed the plan. In a letter to the board, Szuchman says he won't support the ban.
Thursday, March 19, 2009
Easy there Jersey! Nobody wants to see a revival of the 70's boundless bush!
As a state are you prepared to go from this...
I'm just saying....
Monday, March 16, 2009
Suck it up Nate!
Boys are such babies... It tickles!
The Daring Dragon Duo!
All the kids chose a Balloon Buddy....
And had lots of fun in the park!
I couldn't help but wonder what this little snipper was aiming at:
As if the pants weren't enough of a target! Let's give young Davy Crocket up there a bullseye! Honestly! Where would you even find pants like this!?! And then what was the thought process on wearing them in public!?!
People are so absurd! What a fun day we had! :)
Friday, March 13, 2009
1.) Drought would be a thing of the past! Water usage would go down due to less frequent showering.
2.) Fast food, cereal, and Popcornopolis sales would skyrocket! Thereby stimulating the economy!
I can just see the campaign for this one already!
Thursday, March 12, 2009
TOKYO - He was covered in mud when pulled from the river, and had lost both legs and hands, not to mention his glasses. But Colonel Sanders still had his trademark smile, 24 years later.
A statue of the KFC mascot has been found in Osaka, a city official said Wednesday, nearly a quarter century after being tossed in by crazed baseball fans who felt the image of restaurant founder Harland Sanders resembled a key team member.
"He was apparently found standing upright, which is fitting, because although he was a nice man he could also be very strict and demanding," said Sumeo Yokakawa, a spokeswoman at the chain's Tokyo headquarters.
She said the statue was taken from a nearby KFC restaurant and tossed in the river as part of a celebration by baseball fans in 1985, the year Osaka's baseball team, the Hanshin Tigers, won the national championship.
Local fans thought the Colonel bore a resemblance to Randy Bass, a bearded power hitter and first baseman from the U.S. who played for the team at the time.
Fans often jump into the murky river to celebrate the team's successes, but there has been little to celebrate in recent years. Many fans feel the team has been plagued by the "curse of Colonel Sanders" since his effigy was submerged in 1985.
The colonel will be kept in police custody for the time being, but Yokakawa said KFC is considering donating him to the home stadium of the Tigers in Osaka.
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Danielle decided she would go to school as:
The Garden of Weden
Whereas Michael woke up with the best bed-head imaginable...
So we just added to it!
I think I'm going to schedule a Crazy Hair Day at the office!