- by Adam MillardThis was a really fun read even if some of the song references went over my head. I loved the premise and enjoyed watching what happened to each character as the story progressed. I feel like I can't get very specific without spoiling th...Firstly I have to take myself to task for not checking the page count (eight) before buying this book. I didn't feel like I even got my 99 cents worth out of it nor will I ever get back those ten minutes of my life. It started out well e...
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A buddy of mine went to Comic-Con last Friday and recited this great quote to me the next day: There was a Princess Leia costume contest out on the floor and it was so packed you couldn’t get within 100 … Continue reading
One of my buddies found the source site (mikero.com)for these cool Darwin change images, I really dig them.
Well, I’m going to go read e-mail while my balls warm up. That gem was uttered by one of my co-workers after riding his new motorcyle in to work this morning. He picked the wrong time of year to switch … Continue reading
I read this one in The Week magazine today (in an article about economic bubbles): What we learn from history is that people don’t learn from history. -Warren Buffett
I heard this one on an episode of 10 Items or Less tonight, Carl says that his Mom gave him one good piece of advice: Just because it feels good doesn’t mean you shouldn’t lock the bathroom door and turn … Continue reading
A pessimist is a person who has had to listen to too many optimists That was Don Marquis’ response to the classic half full/half empty glass description of optimists and pessimists.
From the Old Farmer’s Almanac: If Patrick Henry thought that taxation without representation was bad, he should see how bad it is with representation.