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Wednesday, August 29, 2001

It's bad enough when people over the age of 70 drive a car after having lost the ability to drive safely, but when someone has a 'senior moment' while flying a plane, too many people are in danger. Mandatory driving (and flying) tests for septuagenarian drivers (and pilots) now!

Monday, August 27, 2001

Our cousin Amy Fisher (no, not THAT one) got married to Anthony Aprilante this past weekend. Hopefully, the poor girl can finally ditch any 'Long Island Lolita' jokes now. Check out pictures from the kickass reception.

Dave Grenker has made a feeble attempt at a web presence. Most notable on his site is this collage of assorted pictures which we put in our high school yearbook. Yes, my friends and I were very creative.

Friday, August 24, 2001

Are you as much of a narcissist as I am? Yeah, I thought so. Anyway The Mirror Project is pretty cool.

Wednesday, August 22, 2001

This story about a teenager sentenced to 60 hours of manual labor because he peed in a girl's soda reminds me of someone I know, who shall remain nameless, of course. Anywho, this certain someone has a habit of peeing in strange places, like a teacher's file cabinet in high school or an empty apple juice bottle outside at a park. Disgusting, yes, I know. So if you ever see an opened, half-full bottle of apple juice, stay away!

Monday, August 20, 2001

An Ohio car dealer was fined for selling an elderly Alzheimer's victim seven cars in one month. Now that's what I call salesmanship! But seriously...the manager of the dealership said "We weren't aware we had sold him seven cars. He dealt with different people," so who is really at fault here?

Sunday, August 19, 2001

This bizzare picture is making me hungry. Pork chops, anyone?

Tuesday, August 14, 2001

Here's some great news for all my fellow Motorola StarTac owners - I found a great place to buy replacement batteries. Yes, these batteries die quickly, even quicker if you use a car charger, as I found out. My battery only lasted a year. But at you can get a real Motorola replacement battery for less than $40. Retail price at a Verizon store - $89.99!!!!! And these batteries are original Motorola factory equipment.

Tuesday, August 07, 2001

Watch out for the killer corn stalks! Ouch!

It is truly a sad day for television fans the world over. Christopher Hewett, TV's beloved smarmy British housekeeper Mr. Belvedere, has left this mortal coil. Perhaps you remember him as Brocktoon...perhaps you wanted to keep him in a large glass jar in your basement...perhaps you wanted to cut into the flesh, to wear the flesh, to be born unto new life where the flesh is the key...or perhaps you remember that wacky episode where he taught the Owens how to cook. Either way, Lynn Belvedere will be missed. Thanks to Vince Adamson for the Brocktoon update.

Saturday, August 04, 2001

Here's an unbroken link to that story about the mom who gets beaten at the baseball game.

Friday, August 03, 2001

Wow. Three different car-crashing-into-houses stories in one day. First, in Roanoke, VA, an SUV crashes into an old man's house, awakening him (his son says: "It's probably done ruined his night's sleep.") Second, in Hagerstown. MD, a tractor trailer wheel crashes through a window at the local IHOP (a diner says: "When I picked myself up off the floor, I saw all this red stuff on the tables. I was looking around for a patient when I realized it was strawberry syrup everywhere.") Third, in Colorado, a '76 Mercedes crashes into a family's living room following a road-rage-related car chase. (says me: "I love car-crashing-into-houses stories!")

Wednesday, August 01, 2001

Oof! Pow! That's the sound of a Salt Lake City baseball mom getting beaten by two other baseball moms with an umbrella and a stroller. The victim's son had just scored the winning run, and the attackers had kids on the losing team. You just can't make this stuff up!