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Wednesday, February 28, 2001

If I don't find out who the Mole is soon, I think I might explode. Since my girl Jennifer got booted, I've subscribed to the W. Vince Adamson theory that Kathryn is the Mole, but after watching last night's episode, the picture has gotten...how you say...cloudier. Steven missed a lot of obvious clues in the final challenge; if he's not the Mole, then he's a bumbling idiot. If you remember the $30,000 Sniper Test from Episode 4, then you know that Steven played a big part in the team's loss. Also, he refused to pose nude in the Dice Game, costing the group $40,000. Damn you, Mole!


Tuesday, February 27, 2001

Do you remember the advertisements for KFC a couple years back that featured Colonel Sanders in cartoon form? Did you hate him and his "jive-talk" as much as this guy? (warning: contains naughty, naughty language)


I wanna be on the next big reality show but only for the free penthouse apartment in NYC!


I'm really disturbed by this guy who mowed down a bunch of UCSB students with his Saab, but I couldn't stop giggling at this headline.


Monday, February 26, 2001

Another news item for the Saved by the Bell file. But tell me this: how can you write a blurb about Tiffani-Amber Thiessen and not mention Kelly Kapowski AT ALL? (or even the classic Paul Montgomery Shore chef d'oeuvre, Son-in-Law.)


Saturday, February 24, 2001

Oh dream of dreams! The Zack Attack is back!


Friday, February 23, 2001

For those of you without HBO, I have no pity for your ignorance. But for those of you who will join me in watching the season premiere of the Sopranos next Sunday, you'll be happy to see the return of an unexpected cast member, thanks to the same technology used to bring back Oliver Reed in Gladiator.


Thursday, February 22, 2001

So this guy was caught stealing memorial money from a funeral home. He gets sentenced to 100 days in jail, but with a kicker: the sentence can be reduced to 40 days if he wears a sign that says "I stole from the families of the dead". Cruel and unusual? Yes, but still optional.


Wednesday, February 21, 2001

"Au was then taken to a nearby McDonald's restaurant where he was forced to eat four Big Macs, two bags of French fries and a large soft drink in one go."
Mmmmm....Big Macs...


Tuesday, February 20, 2001

If you've ever had a webpage that featured "Under Construction" icons in any way, then you're just not cool.


In November of year last, I voted for Ralph Nader. As much as I didn't want to vote for GW Bush, I couldn't bring myself to supporting Al Gore. Both Bush and Gore represent to me everything that is wrong with the American political process, while Mr. Nader, by avoiding soft money, does not. Since Bush has "won" the election, many liberals in the political arena and the media have accused Mr. Nader of being a spoiler, by taking votes away from Gore. Whatever. Read this interview with Ralph Nader from the New York Times about those accusations. I demand it. (site requires registration)


Monday, February 19, 2001

I thought that I had seen it all, after attending the first XFL game at Giants Stadium last week, but I was wrong. Although I did see many drunken fans getting involved in many drunken fights, I didn't see anything as horrific as this. I've never been so sickened and disgusted by humanity before. (well, except for that one time I watched Ally McBeal. What a stupid show!)


Saturday, February 17, 2001

NEWS ALERT! NEWS ALERT! People are retarded!


Thursday, February 15, 2001

Oh, by the way, my cousin Matt's new website is www.withoutsense.blogspot.com. See if you can find the picture of me.


Well, I know I shouldn't link to more than one multimedia item in a day, but this advertisement for canned salmon is just so darn funny! It features bears grabbing salmon directly out of a river, which is actually one of my fantasies. Now that salmon sashimi is one of my favorite foods, I've wanted to reach into a river, pull out a salmon, and just bite into it. Can't get any fresher than that!


People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), not unlike Bob Barker, wants you to spay or neuter your kitty-cats. But Bob never convinced us in this manner. (warning: contains graphic sexual content)


There's only one thing in the world stupider than a high school kid: a bunch of high school kids.


Wednesday, February 14, 2001

Do you watch The Simpsons? Do you feel that the show has fallen off some over the past 4 seasons? I do. So does this guy.


Anybody who knows me knows that my second favorite magazine (after Drunk Chicks) is The New Yorker which finally has a website with content from the magazine itself. Actually, I find it much more rewarding to hold the physical magazine in my hands, to be conscious of the pages, to feel the paper with my fingers. It's hard to read a long selection on the computer screen, what with the scrolling and the sore eyes. Now before you go pegging me a pretentious jerk, try reading some selections. Might I recommend The Smoker, a debut short story by David Schickler. Of course, the best part of The New Yorker are the cartoons.


Tuesday, February 13, 2001

It seems that the IKEA furniture chain is a hotbed of arguments for Canadian couples. The fact that 59% of couples argue during a trip to IKEA is interesting, but compared to what? Is a trip to IKEA more likely to result in marital discord than a trip to K-Mart? And what's with these Oscar nominations anyway? Twelve nominations for Gladiator? And if that awful Julia Roberts wins, I'll never see another movie as long as I live.


Check out some pictures from my vacation! Click here for South Beach or here for the cruise on the Carnival Ecstasy. I highly recommend cruising - we had a blast.


Monday, February 12, 2001

Search engines can be your friends. If you want to search the web, I recommend Google, but if you want to search recent news on the web, try Researchville. It combines several different news search engines. Here's how it works: you enter a search term, click OK, and then you can click on each individual engine's results, or all seven of the results at once. And yes, I am a big nerd.


Friday, February 09, 2001

Did you watch Survivor last night? I did. I'll tell you what, I really don't like Jerri.


Thursday, February 08, 2001

I have seen the spawn of Satan and it is not pretty. Beware! This picture is not for the faint-hearted! Click at your own risk!


Wednesday, February 07, 2001

I was reading this anticonsumerism website, and it reminded me that I wanted to get a new pair of jeans from the Gap. Thank you, raving anticonsumerists.


Oh dear God. If you don't like spiders, stay out of Arlington, WA and don't read this article.


My cousin Matt has a website. And for some reason unbeknownst to me, his e-mail address contains the word "rastamon".


Tuesday, February 06, 2001

Damn! Jennifer, my guess as to the mole's identity, has been eliminated by The Mole. I guess Vince Adamson of Charlottesville, VA was right when he profferred his hypothesis.


Monday, February 05, 2001

If you haven't seen Iron Chef on the Food TV Network then you've got serious problems, my friend. The Japanese food game show is just exploding in America, with a movie and book on the way, a hilarious short film spoof on the internet, and a new Philadelphia restaurant, called Morimoto Masaharu, headed by Iron Chef Japanese, Masaharu Morimoto. (those wacky Japanese, with their first name last and their last name first.)


The beard is off.


The next amendment to the Constitution should allow Austrian-born musclemen to run for President of the United States.


Thursday, February 01, 2001

The Mole is a better show than Survivor Part Deux. They eat nice meals and stay at luxurious hotels in Europe. They try to fulfill tasks in an attempt to win money towards a group pot which will eventually go only to the winner. Therefore, each contestant is looking out for both the individual's interest and the group's interest. Throw in the intriguing aspect that there is a mole among the group, the one person who is trying to prevent the group from winning $$$, and you've got yourself a damn good TV show. My prediction as to the identity of the mole has not changed since my initial guess while watching the first episode.