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Friday, December 26, 2003
I'm at work the day after Christmas and my cousin calls me from right outside Cinderella's castle in the Magic Kingdom to make me jealous. KILL ME NOW!
Wednesday, December 24, 2003
Chrissie and I once spent an entire hour making virtual snowflakes and e-mailing them to each other. (sample flake) That was back in the day when I had no life. Oh wait...
The Barnes and Noble experience
This entertaining journal describes exactly why I never have and never will work retail. Ugh.
Reindeer crashes into reporter
I had generic Apple Jacks for breakfast this morning so now I feel in a giving mood. KTUU reporter Meghan Stapleton got blitzed by Blitzen. Nice picture!
Friday, December 12, 2003
Track UPS packages with Google
Is there anything Google cannot do? You can now track your UPS deliveries at google.com. Test it out with one of my Christmas gift orders.
Thursday, December 11, 2003
Texas woman crashes car into tax office
Yet another senior citizen blames a stuck accelerator pedal for her car crash, this time a Ford Expedition plowing through the Montgomery County Tax office. No no no! YOU STEPPED ON THE WRONG PEDAL!
Pettitte signs with Houston
I am now an Astros fan.
Wednesday, December 10, 2003
Car hits cow, cow hits woman
Morning quickie: cow attacks woman after being hit by a car going 65 MPH. What kind of magic cow can survive being hit by a car going 65 MPH?
Tuesday, December 09, 2003
National championship photo gallery
If you look closely at this picture from the NCAA Division III championship game, you might see someone familiar in the background. (hint: look directly above the head of #3)
Thursday, December 04, 2003
Car crashes into post office in Tennessee
Yes, the driver was older than 70.
Tuesday, December 02, 2003
Drew Soccer: National Runner-Up
Sure, they lost to a bunch of jerks from Texas, but the Drew men's soccer team can always be proud of their season: 21 shutouts; 20 wins; 17 consecutive shutouts; only 6 goals against and a write-up in the New York Times. (registration required)
Monday, December 01, 2003
Musicians duped into performing at Nazi rally
A number of traditional German and Irish music groups unknowingly performed at a white supremacist recruitment rally in St. Louis last month. Called "Eurofest 2003," the event was actually sponsored by the National Alliance, known to FBI officials as "the BMW of neo-Nazi groups." Next time these musicians sign a contract, I'm sure they'll look out for a swastika on the letterhead.