Wednesday, January 31, 2007


Who On Earth

I have found myself in many an odd situation post defecation; many of which have been recounted on this vary blog.

But I have never volunteered to use just one ply of toilet paper nor shall I ever. Poopy hands make for poopy friends.

In related news the Super Bowl is actually a giant toilet bowl... so much so the city of Miami is asking residents to watch their toilet use and use only one ply of toilet paper... particularly during the halftime flush.

Monday, January 29, 2007


Time for Ranting Incoherent Babble

But first... Here is 2006 list of the greatest public places to drop a deuce on the biggens. I am not sure if its considered a public place but the 2007 nominations are out and I fully intend on putting down the School of Management at Boston University.... That place is swank.

In well Duh news... I have a watch that I have had for over 20 years. It still resides in my night stand where I grew up. This watch was a Casio. It stood up where I could not. 19 broken bones on me and a few scratches on it. And yet.... Man can't invent a rugged cell phone...? "Hallamajarky!" I say. And I say correctly for Casio has introduces a water resistant cell phone.

Shame on you 80's movies for steriotyping casio as a cheap watch provider.

Thursday, January 18, 2007


Thousands of People Live In Pee Pee

Hee Hee about the Pee Pee. It just isn't Ohio's Month. According to Wikipedia as of the 2000 census, 7,776 people lived in 3,722 homes in Pee Pee.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007


GO GATORS (People I Know)

This is my pal and Ohio State fan post 2006 BCS Championship Game.

Betting is fun.... With any luck I will have this pic posted to my blog template for the year.

Friday, January 05, 2007



Sometimes there's a man... And no I am not talking about the Lewbowski... I wish I was but I am also proud of our good and strange friend Mr. Rogers.

Today the content rights of music and video are still debated but back in the day of Beta Max Mr. Rogers went all the way to the Supreme Court.

It was During the controversy surrounding the introduction of the household VCR, Rogers was involved in supporting the manufacturers of VCRs in court. His 1979 testimony in the case Sony Corp. of America v. Universal City Studios, Inc. noted that he did not object to home recording of his television programs, for instance, by families in order to watch together at a later time. This testimony contrasted with the views of others in the television industry who objected to home recording or believed that devices to facilitate it should be taxed or regulated.The Supreme Court considered the testimony of Rogers in its decision that held that the Betamax video recorder did not infringe copyright. The Court stated that his views were a notable piece of evidence "that many [television] producers are willing to allow private time-shifting to continue."

Its great to your neighbor - EOM

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