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Monday, July 28, 2003
Go ahead and get addicted to Fishy, a simple little game of big-fish-eats-small-fish.
Wednesday, July 16, 2003
Quickie: Car crashes into house.
Rachael Ray of TV Food Network fame was recently profiled in the San Francisco Chronicle. She made a live appearance in San Jose and 17-year-old Ashley Bacher, among others, made the trek to see Rachael cook and talk (emphasis on 'talk'). On why her parents should be pleased that she and her friends stayed up late to watch a "$40 a Day" marathon, Bacher said:
"We were watching good television. We weren't participating in intercourse or anything like that."Hahaha...she said intercourse...
Tuesday, July 15, 2003
Are you wondering why there haven't been more car-crashing-into-building stories/photos? So have I. Are you foaming at the mouth just waiting to read one now? No? Well I am. Here.
Wednesday, July 09, 2003
Can someone please explain this news item to me? What exactly did the raccoon do with the car? Poor writing!
Monday, July 07, 2003
Krispy Kreme will soon have a franchise in Boca Raton, Florida but without its signature neon sign that announces the presence of "Hot Donuts Now" to passers-by. This will be the first Krispy Kreme store in the world without said sign. Note: these people are snobs.
Local residents have the power to stop development projects by collecting the signatures of 15 percent of voters. This method was used in the early 1980s to quash a city-backed mall proposal called the Barbar Financial Center. (source)
Wednesday, July 02, 2003
If you're even one-tenth the REM fan that I am, you'll be interested in watching a 16-minute video of a recent rehearsal for their upcoming world tour. You can also e-mail song requests for any show. (I'm going to the Boston show...I wanna hear "Fall on Me"!)
Imagine having a tractor-trailer lose control and flip over on your property, dumping a load of logsin your yard. Now imagine that two years later, another tractor-trailer plows into your house. Would you move away?
Tuesday, July 01, 2003