Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Hillary wears Haute Michelle

Haute Michelle

Michelle's Runway Fashions
Idea Source

Microsoft Fix-it

MS Fix it out of BETA
Although I can't for the life of me think of what anyone would need fixing.
 I meant, this is PC stuff, not MAC.

Marc Miller

Scared Baby Deleted

Please tell me someone
saved the scared baby video

mother yanked it for violating her copyright
when she's the person who posted it.

Want a happy ending?

you want happy ending?
well do you?

You're welcome (Click)

Smart Bullets

U.S. Army rifles that use
radio-controlled smart bullets

  • Weapon hailed as a game-changer that can fire up and over barriers and down into trenches
  • Soldiers will start using them in Afghanistan later this month
  The weapon's laser finder would work out how far away the enemy was and then the U.S. soldier would add one metre using a button near the trigger. When fired, the explosive round would carry exactly one metre past the wall and explode with the force of a hand grenade above the Taliban fighter.

Smart Bullet

Great.  First the Army gives everyone a black beret, and now an expert rifleman badge. .  Sheesh.

Cuzzin Ricky

Guys with earrings who piss in the garbage can

Rules to live by

Don't pee in the garbage can

As I set pen to paper here, I'm thinking about how my cooking channels viewing has changed over the past decade.  Shows that I couldn't get enough of, like Emeril Live and Iron Chef, no longer hold my interest.  My new favs are found on the Travel Channel. Andrew Zimmern's  Bizarre Foods , Adam Richman's Man v. Food,  and Anthony Bourdain's  No Reservations.  All three are about eating, not cooking food (a fact that just struck me.  Ahem)  Anyway, last night Anthony Bourdain is in Nicaragua , which linked clip stops short of what I want to tell you.  Bourdain is dining with this young Nicaraguan host, and is positively intent on revisiting The 1980s Sandnista revolution (which left Nicaragua as the poorest nation in the central America).  The kid says he is too young to remember those bad days, and Bourdain responds:

"Everything I knew or heard about that era was colored by my distaste for Reagan and Oliver North."

Why did he do that?  I was already a little leery of him for wearing an earring, and since he's a Manhattan guy, had I bothered to think about his politics, which I never did, his chance of being a Liberal asshat was on the order of 100 to 1.  Anyway, I flicked channels, and did not watch the two new episodes that followed. Not because I wanted to exact some kind of revenge.  Because now,  whenever I see him, the first thing that will come to mind is that crack. He and I could never share the same table, because if we did I'd be compelled to bring up Reagan, and that conversation could only end badly.  Maybe I'll get over it in time. But why pee in garbage can to begin with?  If you're an entertainer looking for the biggest possible following? 



A man is sitting in the Edgar Bar in  Montana and was far from home when Barack Obama comes on TV.  The man looks at the TV and says, "Obama is a horse's ass." 
Out of nowhere, a local jumps up and punches him in the face, knocking him off his bar stool, then stomps out.  He gets back up, rubbing his cheek and orders another beer.  Shortly after, Michelle Obama appears on the TV.  He looks at the TV and says "She is a horse's ass too!
Out of nowhere, another local punches him in the other side of the face, knocking him off his bar stool again.  He gets back up and looks at the
bartender, "I take it this is Obama country?"  "Nope." replies the bartender.
"Horse country."

Whinnie Obama