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Member since: June 23, 2006

Nov 26th, 2006

Kramer didn't say anything! Michael Richards made quite a fool of himself, though!

Nov 26th, 2006

Here in Wisconsin the Republicans tried to make a big deal about a Democratic US Senate candidate (and eventual winner) using the term "injun" in an offhand remark about a meeting on the Indian reservation starting late because he was "on injun time." I was gratified to see it (so far) excluded from this list! (Even the Indians themselves said they weren't offended...)

Nov 20th, 2006

... and capitalize, apparently.

I realize it isn't earth-shaking, I just find the topic interesting, and the characterization (yes, with a "z"!) of American spellings as "nonsense" needed a retort.

Feb 17th, 2006

To quote Nick, Your Company's Computer Guy:

You're Welcome!

Nov 20th, 2006

That's one way of looking at it. However, Wikipedia says:

"Webster's dictionary preferred simpler and more modern spelling, whereas [Samuel] Johnson was more conservative, preferring older spellings which reflected the origins of words rather than pronunciation."

It also says not all the simpler spellings caught on, however, e.g. "tung" for "tongue"...

Nov 20th, 2006

What's spelled aluminium? Aluminum isn't!
And spelled isn't spelled spelt!

I know because Firefox 2.0 just underlined them! =)

Thousands of years? Modern English is from around 1550-1600. Uniform spellings didn't take hold until the time of dictionaries, and the first British one predates the first American one by not even 75 years. A far cry from "thousands"!

Nov 20th, 2006

"Nonsense"? The British spellings of color and center are the nonsensical ones. Who says "col-our" or "cen-tray"?

Or let's vote! 60 million vs 300 million, thanks for playing!

American English is the world standard, get used to it.

And this from an Anglophile. Long live Monty Python!

Nov 7th, 2006

Um, not exactly. From the Urban Dictionary (one of many definitions listed, but I found it insightful):

1. For English speakers, this is a typo of 'the' turned into an overused deliberate typo of 'the' by leet speakers. They mostly use it for 'the', 'very', or both at the same time.

2. For leet speakers, 'the', 'very', or both at the same time. There is no 'the'.

Oct 26th, 2006

A wild bear could obviously tear a human apart if it were so inclined.

This is not a wild bear, of course. No doubt the animal has been taught what will happen if it shows aggression, and I think it looked a little loopy besides. Not cool.

Oct 23rd, 2006

Yeah, remember how VCRs destroyed the movie business?

Oct 20th, 2006

You can save even more if you make bloody ghosts!


Oct 17th, 2006

Ahem, the pairs are from Europe or North America, not one from each.

You can find bios of some of the participants and how they met on the guy's website.

How would their resemblances ever be noted in the first place if they were on different continents?

An aside, why is it called "I'm not a look-alike" when it's about look-alikes, anyway?

Oct 19th, 2006

I need one-a these to pro-tect my testi-clees!

Oct 19th, 2006

Ah, the irony...

Oct 19th, 2006

Logically inconsistent. Kinda wrecked it for me.

Also, whoever titled the video on YouTube used "everyday" instead of "every day" and "One Picture Ordinary" makes no sense.

Okay, I'm done now.

Oct 14th, 2006

What isn't a number about 2DEE7C?

(The description DOES say hexadecimal!)

Oct 3rd, 2006

What if I bitch about the bitch bitching about the bitching? Would that make me ultimate-er?

I do apologize for making such an obvious comment though. I hereby rescind it and replace it with:

That was... stultifying.

Oct 3rd, 2006

I don't think once they are piled out over your chin that you are properly "wearing" them any more...

And as records go, big whoop, there was no skill required beyond collecting t shirts in various sizes!

Sep 26th, 2006

"eye and eye pillows"?

It's good to see the Rastafarians doing something constructive, mon!

Sep 23rd, 2006


(Quite a coincidence this link was posted on the same day that the comic strip Opus was about butts!)

Sep 13th, 2006

Weird, now the cache link has expired, but the original works again!

Sep 20th, 2006


Yeah, nothing!

Guess it just seems so old testament! =)

Sep 20th, 2006

Not Veggie Tales, it uses real vegetables, not cartoon ones. Extremely well done.

Mar 9th, 2006

Where's the Faces of Pot page?

Oh, right...

Sep 1st, 2006

Ha ha, hate to be a downer but all I could do is wonder what the poor thing has been through.

Aug 30th, 2006

I used to poke fun at my Mom and sister for watching it. People crashing on an island with a monster on it, indeed!

Then I started watching the reruns during the summer last year when there was nothing else on. is wicked cool.

Aug 22nd, 2006

They should mirror the site in German, because Germans love David Hasselhoff.

Aug 19th, 2006

Healthy and Delicious. Ordinary.

Aug 17th, 2006

Why do burger joint names often sound sexy, anyway? Here in the Midwest we also have "Hot 'n' Now" burger joints.

Leading to the inevitable "I like mine Hot 'n' Now!"

(Actually the two around here failed. They had "olive burgers" and regular. I have had both the best burger I ever had there and the worst. I think the worst was when just a hint of the olive juice got into a regular, not enough to taste like olive, just weird!)

Jul 29th, 2006

Heh, I just found out that they added an option to leave off the TicketBastard watermark.

Aug 17th, 2006

At the end of the blog's comments is one about how some college students ordered a 666x666 for ditch day. They had to drive a ways to get it because a local In-N-Out wouldn't make a 666x666 because 666 is the number of the beast!

Almost as stupid as buildings skipping the 13th floor, as if the 14th isn't then really the 13th...

When I worked at a computer manufacturer we actually had a customer refuse a box that had a S/N something like 1000666... We just slapped another S/N on the same box!