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Sunday, April 28, 2002

Tomorrow is Monday, April 29th, 2002, the two-year anniversary of cousins Lisa and Marc Cibellis. Happy Anniversary, cousins!!! Who knows what kind of wonderful surprises the third year of their marriage will bring? Join us in wishing these two nothing but the best!


Saturday, April 27, 2002

Game de la Semaine: Le Collapse. Rob's high score: 218,940. Level: 9.


More evidence that there's something on the WWW for everyone: www.pizzelle.com, dedicated to that oh so delicious Italian wafer cookie, the pizzelle.


Thursday, April 25, 2002

Butcher nabs runaway deer inside Kroger supermarket in Athens, GA...then offers 2-for-1 deal on venison steaks. HAHAHAA!


Monday, April 22, 2002

The Covers Project is a delightful time waster that has been entertaining me for the last week or so. Imagine a huge database of cover songs that link the original performer to any performer who covered their song. Now imagine a huge chain of songs linking dozens of artists, kind of like a musical Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon Project that searches for the longest chain instead of the shortest. The best part about this site is the level of interactivity: add a cover! I've personally contributed a major section of the longest chain: the Johnny Cash song "Goin' to Memphis" was covered by Carl Perkins, whose song "Honey Don't" was covered by the Beatles. That was all me. And I contributed a good chunk of the songs that REM covered.


Wednesday, April 17, 2002

Our favorite fast food chain McDonald's has reported poor profits in each of the last six quarters. The headline should read "McDonald's Takes Another Quarter Pounder". Funny or lame?


Tuesday, April 16, 2002

I was very excited this past Saturday when I learned that Cablevision now carries MTV2. It felt just like the old days, a television station that played music videos. Good music videos, too. Good stuff. Of course, the catch is that MTV2 plays only forty different videos each week. So after you've watched four hours, you've seen it all. Surprisingly, MTV plays more than MTV2: fifty different videos per week. Am I that naive to think that music television could possibly be a little better?


Even better than All-Star Survivor is a possible sequel to Dude, Where's My Car?


I must say, Alumni Survivor would excite me just a little bit too much.


Saturday, April 13, 2002

Don't argue with employees at the Phenix City, Alabama McDonald's or else you might get stabbed in the forehead with a ballpoint pen. Ouch!


Thursday, April 11, 2002

I have finally found the church I want to get married in.


Monday, April 08, 2002

Dave Thomas must be spinning in his grave. Drive-thru crack in Syracuse. Open all night, just like Wendy's.


Saturday, April 06, 2002

Beat my high score of 69,669...post your high score at the bottom of this page on our tagboard.


Friday, April 05, 2002

D.C. suburbanite Peter Holden has eaten in over 11,000 domestic McDonalds restaurants but, he says, he does not eat their french fries. Why go to McDonalds if you're not going to take advantage of their best feature?


Thursday, April 04, 2002

Beer Falling Out of Favor with Belgians...but not so much out of favor with Czechs.


Alcohol Use Falls Among Pregnant Women...good to know...right?


Monday, April 01, 2002

It truly is One Shining Moment for W. Vince Adamson tonight. Not only did he win $80 in an unrelated pool, he's taking home the coveted Second Annual Iracane.com NCAA Tournament Pickem trophy and the huge $5 Amazon.com gift certificate. We at Iracane.com encourage Vince to pick up Iron Chef: the Official Book which, yes, contains a recipe for Thinly Sliced Sea Bream with Smoked Organs. Dee-licious!


There are six different Major League Baseball games on Cablevision today, none of which feature the New York Yankees. If you have as much of a problem with this as I do, let Cablevision know how you feel. Just try not to be influenced by their dirty, dirty propaganda at that particular website. If you haven't been following this pissing contest between Cablevision and the new YES network, check out this recent article.


Best car-crashes-into-building story ever: Connecticut woman plows into Target store and cruises the aisles. Nice.