SNL: Seth Meyers, Really?!?, and Michael Phelps

One of the most sublime commentaries made on the bong/Phelps/Kellogg’s fiasco (2 mins): SNL – Really?!? – Michael Phelps, 02/07/2009 It’s all so damn good that I transcribed the last bit: “…and if you’re at a party and you see Michael Phelps smoking a bong and you’re first thought isn’t ‘wow I get to party….

The best intentions for this site

Over the past couple of months I’ve been taking inventory of the various ways in which I communicate, whether is be for myself to keep track of news and information (on NetVibes), externally through tweets, Facebook updates, NYGrapes updates, dojo updates, or this blog.  In short, while I hope to keep this site fresh, you….

Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road – Politico Style

Thanks to John Durham for sharing these. WHY DID THE CHICKEN CROSS THE  ROAD? BARACK  OBAMA: The chicken crossed  the road because it was time for CHANGE! JOHN MCCAIN: My friends, that  chicken crossed the road because he recognized the need to engage in  cooperation and dialogue with all the chickens on the other side….

Private Air Hitchhiking

Posted in Humor, Random

Interesting article in the NYTimes about private jet interlopers…those who are the passengers in the lap of other people’s luxury travel. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/07/13/fashion/13hitch.html

Party in the Stomach

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Classic, classic, classic comedy skit by Jim Breuer:

Virtual Barber Shop

Auditory wonders await with your headphones…awesome!  Thanks to Malcolm Twist for sharing.

Skippyjon Jones

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A favorite book/character of my older daughter and catching some good press in the NYTimes too: I, Chihuahua

Hilarious Iggy Pop Concert Rider

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Some outstandingly outlandish requests: TSG Backstage: Iggy Pop Bob Hope Impersonator Pauillac from ’86, ’89 or ’90 BMW K1200 RS SE motorbike

Bob Ross returns with his despair black and hopeless brown

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And this time, he (or some one resembling him) is in the Netherlands, working for the Nobel Foundation to match young creatives with charities and non-profits: Good ol’ Titanium white… First discovered here.