Monday, September 20, 2004
Lee-Double-Zero comes in with the find of the day:
Senior Photos Online.
This site has been down all day, mebbe check back later?
Looks like Target was selling Kabbalah Red Strings for $29.95.
"Lets see, some Jerky Bits, some Huggies for the Twins, oh and converting to a centuries-old religion...yep, that's everything on my list."
Kelly discovered a little Spam Poem:
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a film (worked on) by Jason Buchanan
Showing Wednesday at Noon in the EAC Room.
"the best film ever shot in Ypsilanti!" - Anthony Reed
I was telling Maeve about this guy who just wandered into a company and sat down in a cubicle pretending to work...he wrote an awesome short piece about it called "My Fake Job." So anyway, I looked around online and the best overview I found was written by AMG emeritus Jason Ankney.
Appealing to the Homer Simpson in all of us, Navistar is planning on maunfacturing The Canyonero!
At 108 inches, or 9 feet, the CXT stands only a foot below a basketball rim
and more than two feet above the Hummer or the F-350.
Can you name the car with four-wheel-drive? Smells like a steak and seats thirty-five!
Twelve yards long and two lanes wide, Sixty-five tons of American pride!
She blinds everybody with her super-high beam. She a squirrel-squishin', deer-smackin' drivin' machine!
Big ups to Dave Beeeelow for minding the store on Friday.
Now we beat him into the gang.