Archive for the ‘humor’ Category

Back to Important Things

Now that the government is open again for business, is performing as expected, and the NSA has managed to reduce the Bacon Number from six to two, we can once again focus our attention on the important things in life. I speak, of course, of fluffy bunnies. More at The Most Fluffy Bunny in […]

Time To Build An Arc

We had monsoon-like rain yesterday. According to the weather experts, 1.6 inches of rain fell in 30 minutes. That may not sound like much to many parts of the country, but it’s a lot for the desert mid-west. Checking the weather on my tablet this morning, I saw the following alert for Monday: Looks like […]

Refugee from Fashion

Am I lost on fashion or is fashion lost on me? We’re just not connecting. Never have and, by the looks of it, never will. Sky-High “Front Heels” Teeter on the Edge of Fashion (H/T Instapundit) Related PostsFasting – A Way to Recalibrate Your Center Two giant planets may cruise unseen beyond Pluto Luxury Handbags […]

Am I Rich?

The Fiscal Times has an article listing the 9 Must Have Status Symbols that Say “I’m Rich”. I’ve wondered about that, so here’s my opportunity to find out…  Swanky strollers? No. Designer fashions in my closet? Hahahahahahahahaha. Ah. No. Fine wines? If by “fine” you mean “doesn’t have a screw top and a straw taped […]

There’s a Global Strategic Maple Syrup Reserve?

Why, yes. There is. It’s controlled by the Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers and $30 Million worth of the stuff has gone missing. Yikes, eh? Update – 2012.10.06 Police Seize More Than 600 Barrels of Maple Syrup The shipment of the pancake-topper was making its way back to Quebec in a heavily guarded convoy […]

Instapundit slips. Armageddon nigh.

A “sobering” demonstration of just how important coffee is. YEAH, I HAD A STORY ABOUT OBAMA, THE SENATE, AND TAXES, BUT I SOMEHOW MISREAD THE STORY SO I TOOK IT DOWN. That’s two stories I misread this morning. In my defense, I was blogging on just one cup of coffee. Friends don’t let friends blog […]

Extinction: Something to Avoid

I can get on board with this. After all, what kind of example will we be setting for our children if we’re so irresponsible as to let ourselves go extinct? Or worse, as Neil deGrasse Tyson points out, think of the hit to the self esteem of our dead selves if we let the planet get […]