Other members of the animal kingdom continue to look for their 15 minutes of fame. You know what would’ve actually helped out with the situation? Snakes.
I feel incredibly bad about not reporting this yesterday. No funny quip for this piece. Shine on.
Do you accept the communists? Michael Czajkowski did. Oh those Catholics … and these were the people that criticized Kevin Smith for this.
Making things less safe. “That’s moving it backward.”
Key quote: “This fall, Toyota will voluntarily recall nearly 160,000 Toyota Tundra pickups so that they can be made less safe for children riding in the front seat.”
The Washington Post linked to our original post on the Xbox article. You can find our link in the right-hand margin under “Who’s blogging?”
SeriouslyGuys: where the Washington Post goes for commentary.
Las Vegas real estate mogul Robert Bigelow spent $500 million to launch a new, privately owned space station. The space blimp’s occupants are:
1) photos of Bigelow employees.
Vegas scientists hypothesize that whatever happens to the bugs onboard, stays onboard.
It seems when the Russian president isn’t kissing boys’ stomachs, he is a master of zingers.
When I hear “Auschwitz,” I immediately think of Polish war crimes.
…there’s no reason to buy one now.
After consumers have held out patiently for new (and better) games, Microsoft presents the same old crap we hated in the 80s. Nobody played “Frogger” and thought, “Man, gaming can never be better than this.”
Consequently, this blog predicts a fast-paced pop punk cover of “Pac Man Fever.”
Strange cuisine they have in Italy.