Tuesday, April 12, 2005
Man, that "America We Stand as One" video was awesome, wasn't it? Know what else is great? This mash-up of that and Team America's "America, Fuck Yeah!" which results in This Video Is Awesome!
"Wal-Mart, FUCK YEAH!
The Gap, FUCK YEAH!
Baseball, FUCK YEAH!
NFL, FUCK, YEAH!
Rock and roll, FUCK YEAH!
The Internet, FUCK YEAH!
Slavery, FUCK YEAH"
What's on the President's iPod? aka iPod One.
The playlist does reveal a rather narrow range of babyboomer tunes. Writing in the London Times, Caitlin Moran noted: "No black artists, no gay artists, no world music, only one woman, no genre less than 25 years old, and no Beatles."
This guy tries to do a flaming shot (while it is still flaming) and it misfires horribly.
Did you ever want to date Jesus?
How 'bout just taking a bath with him?
Y'know how sometimes when you look at the "Programs" file under the Start Menu and it doesn't show all of your files, it just shows the most recent ones...like the other ones are hidden? Then you need to click the double arrow to show the rest but they're all greyed out? Or like on a different level or something? This is how you fix it:
Pulverize Personalized Menus In Windows XP's Classic Start menu, the 'personalized' menus rearrange menu items and hide many entries until you click the double-arrow symbol to display the entire listing. To get rid of this irksome convention, simply right-click the Start button and choose Properties. Click the Customize button, and scroll to the bottom of the Advanced Start menu options. Uncheck Use Personalized Menus, and click OK twice.