August 2008


Today’s announcement necessitated today’s lunchtime project.

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John McCain is trying to lose this election on every front possible.

He just deserted the punctuators.

(Catch it quick, before they fix it.)

Great game here.

GOBAMA!

So I’ve been watching a lot of the convention coverage, and many, many questions have crossed my mind. However, one question I never would have paused to ask myself sounds like this: Why isn’t Diddy at the convention?

Pretty stupid question, right?

Meanwhile, MSNBC jumps up and down with its hand in the air. “Oooooh! Me! Me! Pick me! I know this one!

ADDENDUM: Spike Lee was at the convention last night, rocking the Best T-Shirt Ever.

… because stuff is happening on my TV that doesn’t make sense.

Here’s John McCain, wrapping up an address to high school students just in time to introduce his “special friend,” Daddy Yankee.

Who knew the too-young-to-vote-but-old-enough-to-perreo segment was so important?

– After hearing Roy Scheider as the voice of the judge in Chicago 10, I think he’s the clear frontrunner for the lead in “You Asked For It, You Got It, Toyota” – The William Hickey Story.

– Potato wedges from Indi’s are making my nose run right now. They’re so damn spicy today. There’s a sign in the store that says “STOP! The money is this business is not worth 10-20 years in prison for robbery or theft.” It was provided by the LMPD.

– This weekend, I’ll be uploading to Flickr screenshots of the 1164 pages that made up pre-WordPress Bob-net. They’re already made, I just have to upload them. I’ve been reading through a lot of them, and geez, we were a funny group of people. What happened to us?

– ┬áMelissa, I found some of your AmeriCorps picture CDs. Want me to put them up on Flickr for you?

– I lost three golf balls in the back yard last night.

“It’s my idea of faith.”

As stories that insinuate that people are actually good are depressingly few and far between, it’s good to enjoy a genuinely heart-warming moment whenever possible. Enjoy this one, courtesy of good man Bob Harris.

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