Friday, July 07, 2006

Sunday, May 21, 2006




Some of the best local talent, and some quality out of state talent. It'll be a good time, y'all should come.


Some of the best local talent, and some quality out of state talent. It'll be a good time, y'all should come.

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

NICKLEBACK HAS 1 SONG

Well its recently been discovered that not only do all of nickleback's songs sound the same, two, the two most famous, are exactly the same. Check out the blog of Dave Williams for the link. It's incredible. THE TWO SONGS LINE UP TO A TEE!!! Oh my gosh. If you do one thing today, make it clicking this link.

Might I add, Dave knows more about the simpsons (and every other TV show, essentially) than the rest of the world combined. Even Matt Groening.

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Your Comments Direct Our Commitment, Part 2

Just when I though the last comment couldnt be topped, it was.

This coming straight of the comment card wall in the dining hall

Comment:
If Towers dining hall and Campus Center dining hall were both professional wrestlers, towers hall would throw campus center into the ropes and hit it with a clothesline to the neck when it bounces back and the crowd would be all "ooooh!!" Then towers would climb that big post thing in the corner and backflip right onto campus center's chest and it would be sweet. Also I like the milkshakes. (signed with a picture of a skull and crossbone)

Response:

Dear Skull and Crossbones,
I am so pleased that you were able to translate the internationally aknowledged sucky-ness of the Campus Center into wrestler terms. Good for you. Only whereas CCDH is a wrestler, I believe that towers is a world-known cage fighter with training in martial arts and familial ties with the mob. Or possibly a tyrannesaurus rex.

Also, the milkshakes are good, aren't they?

I live on such a comedic campus

Sunday, December 11, 2005

Evading Arrest

This is a great story. A man was driving a little too quickly and was caught speeding with an automated ticket maker. It took a picture of his license plate, the police looked it up and mailed him a ticket, along with a picture of the back of his car.












www.yanktanks.co.uk

In rebuttle to what he saw, thinking it was silly to mail him a picture of the back of his car, he mails back to the police station a picture of the money to pay for the ticket.


















www.crescentcitycoinclub.org

But the police weren't about to give him the last laugh. In response they sent him the following picture:
















www.militarykit.com



Gotta love it!

The Master

Friday, December 09, 2005

Now Was a Good idea

The "Now That's What I Call Music" series was a good idea for a while. But since their birth a few years ago, they have manage to make the tally go up to 20. 20 Now cd's. Why? I ask How can they expect music stores to carry them?

Plus, they all blur together in the minds of the consumer. I vaguely remember one, but I wouldn't even know where to start looking. Maybe if they did it annualy, and made it Now 2005, I would have a good bet. I would know if the song were released around 2005, look on the 2005 CD.

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Growing Up...Waayyy Up

It has become all to apparent that my grandparents, though I love 'em to death, are no different than any other grandparent. They fit all of the stereotypes. I first noticed this while watching a rerun of the Simpsons today. Homer and Grandpa are going on a "get rich quick" scheme, selling bottles of juice that make men passionate and pleasing for their significant others. As they drive grandpa delivers a priceless line.

"And that's what's wrong with your generation, now onto Bart's generation"

Ha-ha, ha ha. I know the feeling. Sometimes chillin with my elders makes me feel insignicant, theres always something wrong with the younger people in the world. That will not be me. Never.

Heres a political cartoon that captures my feelings:

(http://www.markstivers.com/Cartoons/main.html)

Check out his others too with that link, or the side bar.

Master Procrasturbater, Theo