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Archive for April, 2008

Zachary Taylor

(March 4, 1849 – July 9, 1850)

  • Old Rough and Ready (disdained the luxurious afforded to senior officers, preferring to ‘rough it’ along with all the other ranks)
  • Old Zach
  • Hero of Buena Vista (referring to Mexican War)

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We love the bad photoshop and nothing is better than photoshop disaters which documents all the badness. So much badness. (Really, a fun site, you can blow through the whole thing in 15 minutes).

I think you may notice some continuity issues between her head and the rest of her body, yeah? Seems one is more tan than the other…

But here’s a great photoshop – the realization of Homer Simpson in human form. Truly remarkable

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Less than a minute long. Includes a rhyme with Stephanopoulos. Makes fun of the last ABC debate not focusing on the “real issues.”

 

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Lonely Planet travel writer admits to not setting foot in country he wrote about – That clears up the confusion over the whole of Colombia being described as surprisingly similar to a one bedroom apartment in San Francisco. 

Heather MIlls plans to move to America – In the end it’s only fair as Courtney Love plans to move to the UK, so the ‘Super-Nutball-Crazy Scales’ remain in balance.

Scientists have discovered molecule sized switch that will allow mp3 players to hold millions of songs. – Finally I can get all of Chicago’s back catalogue onto one ipod!

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Saw the IMAX Shine the Light Stones concert the other night.  The Audio alone is worth the price of admission. You can tell the Mick and the boys have had not ‘work’ done on there appearances.  They do look their age.  I wish I had their energy.

Link to the site http://www.shinealightmovie.com/.

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My last post featured an IWC, and for some, that is an unknown brand.  For this week, I’m going with what is likely the most well known watch brand ever.  That brand is, of course, Rolex; specifically the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner. 

The Sub is probably the watch that got me interested in watches.  I’ve always loved them from the first time I saw James Bond glance down at his wrist and the camera zoomed in on that great looking dive watch.  I’ve never owned one one but I dare say that I will at some point in my life.

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Riddle Me This.

When exactly did the phrase “I’m so over it” come to mean the exact opposite?

That phrase only serves to perface another hour long rant on whatever the person is “so over.”

And you know what?

I’m.

So.

Over It.

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