How many clicks?
How many clicks does it take to get from Google to your website? Without useing the search box wiseass.
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The Name Game is back in business, with even more names than before. There is also an option to filter alphabetically.
What They Said:
RantUser says Vote Nader on 7/13/2004
LBF says Happy Birfday on 7/15/2004
Happy B'day you old coot.
Last Comic Standing
Ok.. hello NBC why can't we actually see the comics doing comedy in Last Comic Standing? The show is an hour long, take out the commercials, and all the dumb stories and we get left with 5 minutes of comedy.
Here is an idea, at the very least, let the two schmoes that are going head to had have a 15 minute set. Let us see what they can actually do!
As a US Citizen (if you are...) how much do you actually know about your own country? Try the US Citizenship Test.
Is that a 4 x 4?
Why do people who own SUVs with tires the size of hippos and a ground clearance of a gazillion drive about 0.0000002mph over speed bumps?
Did you Know?
There are ten human body parts that are only three letters long: eye, hip, arm, leg, ear, toe, jaw, rib, lip, gum.
Underarm persperation contains more than 100 chemicals, so do many popular breakfast cereals
If Earth were the size of a quarter, the sun would be as large as a 9-foot ball and would be located a football field's distance from earth
So yeah.. first post for June. Why? Nothing to say.. in fact.. I still pretty much don't have anything to say.
For Friday, the Estimated Mega Millions Jackpot is: $177 Million($100 Million Estimated Preliminary Cash Option). You should save your money, because I'm going to win. [MA Lottery]
The Top 25 Weirdest Items You Can Purchase Through Amazon
There are a couple of things on that list that would make really good "gifts" to certain people.
If John Kerry is confident that he can win in November, why doesn't he resign from the Senate? I'd really like a job making $154,700+ a year where I don't have to show up. Nice... Your tax dollars hard at work.
What a great holiday to have to remember all the people that have fought and died for our great country, the United States of America.
If you can read this, thank a teacher.
If you are reading it in English, thank a soldier.
What They Said:
enevi says time on 6/8/2004
pinano says "The American Way" on 6/12/2004
Read "The American Way" in RSTGNTS. Very funny; very true.
Thought for the day
The idiocy of the workplace will never fail to amaze me.
Swirling, swirling, swirling
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What They Said:
LBF says Whoa.l on 6/7/2004
My eyes..are going CRAZY.
One of the definitions of spring is: To move out of place; come loose, as parts of a mechanism.
That seems about right..the days are getting longer, it's getting warmer and greener (and buggier), and I seem to have the Reverse Seasonal Affective Disorder.
General listlessness, lack of motivation, a little depression, enough to be nudged enough off center to notice.
The real kicker is that it seems unusually difficult to come up with a satisfactory answer as to why.
Why are people so stupid? Uggh!
A few questions for Mr. Kerry
You say the rich do not pay enough taxes. In 1979 the top 1 percent of earners paid 19.75 percent of income taxes. Today they pay 36.3 percent. How much is enough?
In January 1991, after Iraq extinguished Kuwait's sovereignty, you opposed responding with force rather than economic sanctions. Have such sanctions ever undone such aggression?
On Jan. 22, 1991, responding to a constituent opposed to the Gulf War, you wrote "I share your concerns" and would have given sanctions more time. Nine days later, responding to a voter who favored the war, you wrote, "I have strongly and unequivocally supported President Bush's response to the crisis." Did you have a third position?
You oppose immediate termination of U.S. involvement in Iraq, and you opposed the $87 billion to pay for involvement. Come again?
In 1994, the year after the first attack on the World Trade Center, you voted to cut $1 billion from counterterrorism activities. In 1995 you proposed a $1.5 billion cut in intelligence funding. Are you now glad that both proposals were defeated?
You favor civil unions but not same-sex marriage. What is the difference?
Praising McCain-Feingold restrictions on political contributions, you said: "This bill reduces the power of the checkbook and I will therefore support it." In December you saved your sagging campaign by writing it a $6.4 million check. Why is your checkbook's unfettered freedom wholesome?
First, Pedro - 2004 Salary $17,000,000.00. Man.. how can he survive?
Second, the average salary for a professional baseball player has dropped to only $2.49 million. This is terrible, how will they be able to support their families, afford their expensive cars and homes and at the same time pay for all those steroids? Something is going to have to go. I suppose we can expect to see a lot of divorces as ballplayers dump their families.
Of course, the real suckers are those who pay to go to the games or even watch them on TV. Why take the time to watch spoiled millionaires play a sport they constantly complain about. Better to spend your time watching kids play real games on sand lots than having to take out a bank loan so you can afford to take a boy to the ball park. I wonder if the major leagues would consider outsourcing the player positions to India to reduce costs?
If you or your business thinks you're on the cutting edge of anything, think again. "Cutting edge" is such a hackneyed term that it barely gets you off the bottom of the box, much less out of it. "Cutting edge" doesn't connote sharpness or edginess or anything remotely knife-like anymore - it's one of those metaphors that's gotten dull and needs to be replaced before someone gets hurt.
Definitions From "The Cynic's Dictionary": OBITUARY: A final summation of our lives that, for most of us, occupies about three inches of space in what will shortly become cage liner for our neighbor's parakeet.
What They Said:
RantUser says The death of language on 5/31/2004
It isn't only "cutting edge" that's misused. Our best English-language descriptions are cheapened through overblown over-use.
Fantastic. Awesome. Humungous. Words like these have lost their impact through being adopted by the illiterati as "long" or "difficult" words with which to impress.
And when the words get boring, you can try fantastically awesome. Or awesomely fantastic.
Like, WOW, man.
It's not the words, stupid. It's how you use them. Sparingly, appropriately. And for effect.