Don’t be fooled. March 1st does not come after February 28. Not this year.
Leap year comes from the long tradition of confusing the heck of out the general public. Nothing messes with people more than changing time, the basic unit of measurement for practically everything…
Continue reading To those who mess with time
I’m not sure if this made national news, but yesterday in Dallas, a large 18 wheeler fell from an overpass onto a small passenger car below which instantly killed two people in the vehicle.
Continue reading And then one day a truck falls on you
Wow… a super disappointing night for the girls tonight. Girls, sit down, let’s talk. It really stunk tonight. It smelled like an old smelly piece of mold. No one really hit it out of the park tonight.
So here we go…
Continue reading Top 10 Girls Reviewed
In honor of the new WhiteEyebrows record (45 unique visitors in one day), I’ve decided to honor those who aren’t present…
I’ve not had a single visitor (ever) from the following states:
Continue reading Internet Not Yet Invented in 11 States
I’m just warming up here folks… I know last weeks reviews were a bit of a snoozer, but I’m just playing it safe while we get to know these people. The gloves will come off soon enough.
In the meantime, I’m pulling up my TV tray with a cup of ice and bag of Thin Mints (yay for Girl Scouts, even if their cookies seem to be the only valuable contribution to our society), and let the criticism… errr… critiques flow.
Continue reading Top 10 Guys Reviewed
TV, Movies, and Music have undergone major changes in the last decade, a revolution brought on by high quality digital compression (mpeg 3 and mpeg 4), which have made high quality video and audio a reality for distribution over the internet.
We now store gigabytes of music, movies, and television shows on our home computers. We can micro-target the content we enjoy, while filtering out that which we don’t. This is a far cry from the ‘olden days’ of buying a whole CD, cassette, or LP just to hear the one good song on the album.
We now ‘time-shift’ all our TV programming, watching what we want when we want. We can now download movies on demand through our cable providers or online services.
Continue reading The Future of Digital Media
Today I went into a Subway store to get a yummy Subway sandwich for lunch. I often opt for a larger sandwich, while foregoing the chips and drink – I just ask for a water.
In recent years, asking for water at a fast food chain has gotten more complicated.
Continue reading The Water Less Free
Last night was the OSCARS, the biggest night of the year in Hollywood. Oh and we’re just so happy that the writers strike is over… (sarcasm)
Continue reading Let the Backpatting Continue!
Tonight, Huckabee appeared on SNL, confirming the fact that he (and his campaign) are a total joke.
…And for a minute there I thought we were going to see the very first concession speech on late-night TV.