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Saturday, November 11, 2006

The Right Was Right

What's really going to happen now that the Democrats control both the House and the Senate.

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Saturday, May 28, 2005

Put the Lotion in the Basket

Thanks to Joelle, I have a new favorite song. A new favorite creepy song. It's called "Lotion" and is performed by Greenskeeper.

Remember Buffalo Bill from The Silence of the Lambs? You know how he kept his victims in a well in his basement and made them put lotion on so their skin would stay soft? Well, that's what the song's about.

It sounds weird, but the song is really good and I can't stop watching the video. Go enjoy it yourself.

Lotion

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Wednesday, May 4, 2005

Put Me with Mulder, Please

If I'm ever so geeky, bored, or insert other adjective here to digitally put myself into a tv show, you can bet that there's going to be at least one make-out scene with Fox Mulder, Luka Kovac, or Michael Vaughn in it.

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Saturday, April 30, 2005

Why Geeks and Nerds Are Worth It...

Fifteen reasons why it's better to date a geek or a nerd.

11. His friends aren't jerks. I can't stress this enough. You'll more likely get "Omg! A GIRL!! Can I see?!" than "Hey hot stuff back that ass up here and let me get some grub on..." They're awkward geeks too and will, 9 times out of 10, treat you with the utmost respect and, more than likely, a note of awe. A cute girl picked one of their clan to date? It could happen to them! Hope! Drag some of your single girlfriends over, open up a pack of Mt. Dew, crack open the DnD set and get working. Nothing impresses geek guys more than a girl who can hack-n-slash (well ok maybe if she can code... a geek can dream).

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Friday, April 29, 2005

Paging Mr. Glass, Mr. George Glass.

Btw, if anyone's looking for an imaginary boyfriend, my brother's up for bid on eBay. I bet he'd even let you call him George.

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Thursday, April 14, 2005

Dance Juggle Revolution

This guy has got to be the best DDR player ever.

(Link courtesy of Ernie.)

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Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Owned

Watch what happens when the Japanese pop group Morning Musume gets shown Ringu. It's great.

(Link courtesy of Ernie.)

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Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Break Dancing Badass

Talk about your upper body strength.

(Link courtesy of Christine.)

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Tuesday, January 25, 2005

How Deep is Your Love?

I love this ad (Come on, could you guess what it was really for? I know I couldn't), especially since Christine and I already have a dance routine worked out for the song.

(Link courtesy of Kristin.)

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Friday, December 10, 2004

More Than Meets The Eye

So, is this an Autobot or Decepticon? Discuss.

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Monday, November 8, 2004

Improv Everywhere - We Cause Scenes

I spent a good part of my afternoon (because you can do things like that when you don't have a job) reading Improv Everywhere's site.

They're an improv group that does random things at random places in New York (think similar to flash mobs, except everything's scripted and they know each other, so not really). Their conquests, especially The Moebius and the Circle Line Tours ones, are hysterical. Go check them out and be envious that nothing like this happens where you live. I know I am.

(Link courtesy of Ernie.)

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Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Houston Fans

Four Major League Baseball fans went rock climbing: a Yankee fan, a Red Sox fan, an Astros fan, and a Cardinals fan.

They had been arguing all the way up the mountain about who amongst them loved their team more and was the most diehard fan. The argument grew hotter and hotter and the four fans grew more and more agitated.

Such was the emotion that upon reaching the top of the mountain, the Yankee fan proclaimed loudly and earnestly to the other three, "This is for the New York Yankees!" and without a moment's hesitation threw himself off the mountain. The supreme sacrifice!

Not to be outdone by a Yankee fan, the Red Sox fan jumped up and cried out, "This is for the Boston Red Sox!" and quickly threw himself off the mountain, also willing to sacrifice himself to prove his devotion to his team.

Refusing to be outdone by the Yankee and Red Sox fans, the Astros fan rose to his feet, summoned up every ounce of his courage, and yelled at the top of his lungs, "This is for the Houston Astros!" and without a moment's hesitation, shoved the Cardinals fan off the mountain.

Go, Astros!

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Saturday, October 16, 2004

Blondie

One blonde asks another blonde, "Which do you think is farther from here - London or the Moon?"

The other blonde replies, "Helloooo. Can you see London from here?"

Thank you, folks. I'll be here all week. Don't forget to tip your waitress!

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Wednesday, September 1, 2004

Trailing Away

If "The Empire Strikes Back" came out today...

Guess I'm not the only one annoyed by how revealing most trailers are.

(Link courtesy of the one and only Matt.)

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Saturday, August 21, 2004

Status Quo Reports Have Finally Met Their Rival

I'd never seen this Starbuck's commercial before, but now I can't stop watching it. It totally cracks me up.

(Link courtesty of Mikey.)

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Thursday, August 19, 2004

Brains!

So, how many brains have you eaten?

(Link courtesy of Eka.)

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Wednesday, August 18, 2004

Hit the Dismembered Penguin Head

It's bloody and probably a little disturbing, but how far can you hit the dismembered penguin head? Update: Woo hoo! My new record is 1112.8 feet!

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Tuesday, June 29, 2004

Everybody Was Kung-Fu Fighting

Ever wanted to kick someone's ass in kung fu but lacked the necessary skills from getting beat to a bloody pulp? Then go experience Kung Fu Madness and save yourself a black eye or two. My name is Kymberlie if you want to challenge me to a fight. Be warned, though, I'll beat you up.

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Friday, May 7, 2004

Balancing Act

Want to see something funny? Then go watch someone that Robin knows ride a unicycle. Quite amusing.

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Thursday, April 29, 2004

The Five Levels of Drinking

Not that I'm acquainted with any of this or anything, but Larry Miller's "The Five Levels of Drinking" has got to be one of the funniest things I've ever heard. As always, right click and Save As.

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Wednesday, March 3, 2004

ABCDEFG

Thanks to Mikey, I've spent way too much time on the Movie Alphabet Game. So far, despite my vast movie knowledge, I've only been able to get A, D, G, H (because I saw it in Mikey's comments), I, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, W, and Z (again because of Mikey's comments).

Anyone know the rest of them? I know I know B and V, but I can't figure them out.

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Thursday, February 26, 2004

A Little Comedy

A man is dining in a fancy restaurant and there is a gorgeous redhead sitting at the next table. He has been checking her out since he sat down, but lacks the nerve to talk with her.

Suddenly she sneezes, and her glass eye comes flying out of its socket towards the man.

He reflexively reaches out, grabs it out of the air, and hands it back.

"Oh my, I am so sorry," the woman says as she pops her eye back in place. "Let me buy your dinner to make it up to you," she says.

They enjoy a wonderful dinner together, and afterwards they go to the theatre followed by drinks. They talk, they laugh, she shares her deepest dreams and he shares his. She listens.

After paying for everything, she asks him if he would like to come to her place for a nightcap and stay for breakfast.

They had a wonderful, wonderful time.

The next morning, she cooks a gourmet meal with all the trimmings. The guy is amazed! ! Everything had been SO incredible!!!!

"You know, " he said, "you are the perfect woman. Are you this nice to every guy you meet? "

"No, " she replies. . . . . . . . "

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Tuesday, February 10, 2004

Babies Everywhere

I feel great! (It's back up now, so go watch!)

(Link courtesy of Ernie's mini-blog.)

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Monday, February 2, 2004

E-Mail Bests

Eatmail put together a top ten list of some of the most widely e-mailed video clips of 2003. A few of them were only mildly entertaining, but the top three were the best, especially the "BJ - Priceless" one.

(Link courtesy of Darren.)

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Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Will You Do the Fandango?

You gamers from when the only system was the Nintendo ought to recognize MegaMan (I remember playing that game quite a bit), but have you ever seen him perform Bohemian Rhapsody? Quite impressive, no?

(Link courtesy of Melissa.)

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Sunday, January 11, 2004

Jingle Bells

For some reason, I decided to look up a comic that I hadn't heard or seen in a while - Louis CK.

Turns out he has a blog, which is cool. He's also got some clips up from his shows including one of my favorites about Christmas carolling. Enjoy.

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Tuesday, December 16, 2003

Happy Holidays From Texas

What kind of a holiday season would it be without having a White Trash Christmas?

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Friday, November 7, 2003

We're All Going to Hell

We may all go to hell for this, but Michele found a church sign generator and people have been making their own church signs. Go check it out. (Yvonne's rocks.)

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Wednesday, October 29, 2003

The End of the World

Dude, it's the end of the world. (But I am le tired!)

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Saturday, October 4, 2003

My Newest Exercise

I'm supposed to walk around a bunch to make sure no more blood clots form, but I think that instead I will just Stealth Disco everywhere I go. That's exercise, right?

(Link courtesty of Jish, who I will meet again some day, I swear)

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Wednesday, July 16, 2003

Ping! Pong!

Ping-Pong: Matrix style.

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Wednesday, June 4, 2003

Bingo!

I got a wild hair and decided to join BingoFun since they were doing such a good deal on matching deposits.

After playing a few games, I won a $1.00 tournament and bingoed for $60.98. Not bad after only a few games!

They actually play real cheap games ($0.10 and up) and have a double match going, so if you like bingo and decide to join, please put kymberlie down as your referer. Hope to see you there!

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Friday, April 18, 2003

The Real Thing

Remember Honda Accord commercial I blogged about last week?

I was positive that it had to be done in cgi because I didn't think it would be possible to do something like that in real life. Turns out I was wrong. It took 606 takes, but everything you see was completely real. Absolutely amazing.

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Wednesday, April 9, 2003

Domino Dancing

This is one of the coolest commercials I've seen in a while. It's British, so go watch it if you happen to live in The States like me.

(Link courtesy of Christine)

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Thursday, March 27, 2003

Blog Worth

Listed on BlogSharesThanks to Christine, I found out today that you can buy Neurotic Fishbowl stock (well, buy it in a game; not for real). I haven't had a chance to mess around with the site yet, but I guess it works under the same principal of those celebrity stock markets, only with blogs.

Since the only time I bought stock ($100 worth of PSI), the company went out of business, this should be a lot more fun and a lot less strain on the wallet.

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Monday, March 24, 2003

Oscar Trivia

Since the Oscars were yesterday, I just had to share this piece of trivia that I came across today.

To prevent movie stars and their heirs from auctioning off their Oscars, in 1950 the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences created the rule that before selling their statuettes, winners have to first offer them to the academy for $1.

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Friday, March 7, 2003

The Real Meanings Behind the Terror Icons

OMG! All I could do was giggle helplessly at the Hidden Humor Of Iconographic Instructions. Please, for the love of god, go study these so you know what to do in case of a terror attack!

(Link courtesy of Firda)

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Friday, February 7, 2003

Bikini Karate Babes!

Some days, I really love my co-workers. It was kind of a slow Friday afternoon, so when everyone started clustering around one of the guy's desk, I went over to take a look (keep in mind we work in an open environment. Ten people, no cubes, no walls).

It was then that we were introduced to the most glorious fighting game ever - Bikini Karate Babes! Think Mortal Kombat except with chicks with giant boobs in bikinis. It's great!

When Aphrodite (or was it Venus?) shot flames out of her boobs, we were impressed. We laughed hysterically when Venus took her top off and used it to pop TeinWen. You must try it yourself.

Fighting games and boobs. What more could you want?

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Friday, January 24, 2003

Evil Mutant Power

Avoid Erin if you can because apparently she possesses the larynx of death.

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Tuesday, December 31, 2002

Boy Toy

Man, I never would have guessed, but it turns out Demi Moore and Tobey Maguire. Never in a million years would I have picked the two of them as a couple. Way to go on grabbing a young hottie, Demi!

(Link courtesy of Kristine)

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Friday, December 20, 2002

Allegria

Thanks to a post by Elaine, I found out that Cirque du Soleil's Allegria is coming to Houston in March, which just happens to be right in time for my birthday. Steven and I saw "O" the last time we were at The Bellagio and it was the most amazing thing I have ever seen. While I don't think Allegria will be as good (there is no way to top the way water is used in the "O" Theater), I am still very excited to see Cirque du Soleil again. I just bought tickets for me and Jeanna to go on March 20th. It's going to be an awesome evening.

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Thursday, December 19, 2002

"Stardestroyers in Sector Four!"

The latest in Apple Switch ads features Han Solo and it is simply hysterical.

(Link courtesy of Scott)

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Sunday, December 8, 2002

How to "Cat-Proof" Your Christmas Tree

1. Buy a cardboard box big enough to hold the tree. Paint it red and yellow. Paste pictures of cats playing with toys on the box. Write phrases on the box like: "Giant very expensive cat toy." "Your cat will LOVE it!" "No cat can resist!" "Hours and hours of fun!" "Only $99,999,999.99!"

2. Bring the tree home inside the box, and round up your cats. Say, "look what mommy got you! A giant, really really expensive cat toy! You will go NUTS! I can't wait to see you play with this!"

3. Force the cats to watch you put up the tree and decorate it. If they drift off towards the cardboard box, bring them back to the tree and point at it while saying things like "you had better play with this thing, mommy spent a month's salary on it."

4. When the tree is decorated, wave some branches in their face and shout, "come on and play! Lookee here, the branches move, see? Kitty is supposed to swat at the branches and have lots and lots of fun! Hey, come back here! You come back here right now and play with this tree. See how much fun it is? HEY. I'M TALKING TO YOU. Get out of that box right now, mister. The box is NOT a toy. THIS is the toy."

If you do this with enough sincerity, your cats will avoid the tree like it was a Rottweiler. Of course, you'll be stuck with a giant ugly cardboard box in your living room all through the holidays, but it can always double as a buffet table.

(Seen at Kelly's)

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Wednesday, November 13, 2002

American Gods

I just finished reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman and I cannot recommend it enough. My mini review is up on the Book Review page. Seriously, if you're looking for a good read, pick this one up. Highly enjoyable.

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Thursday, November 7, 2002

Switch

Personally, the damn Mac switch commercials bug me. However, this switch commercial is great.

(Link courtesy of Kelly)

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Wednesday, October 30, 2002

Fact of the Day

File this under "You learn something every day:"

The phobia for the fear of long words is called hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia.

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Sunday, October 20, 2002

Amy Sedaris

I was watching a Tivod episode of Monk last night with Steven when I saw the name Amy Sedaris come across the credits. I wondered if she was related to David Sedaris and, sure enough, she's the sister Amy that gets mentioned in most of his stuff. If you've never read anything by him I highly recommend his essays and short stories, especially Holidays on Ice. The first story, about a man working in a Macy's as an elf at Christmas time is one of the funniest things I've ever read, especially if you ever worked in retail.

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Friday, October 11, 2002

That Was Then

There are already a few casualities of the new television season and one of them is That Was Then, which I've really been enjoying. The article said that it's going to probably move time slots, so I hope it finds its niche. I've also been mourning that no one picked Once and Again up like I was hoping would happen. Damn Nielsen familes that don't watch what I do.

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Tuesday, September 24, 2002

A New Addiction

Pogo has just added a new game to their repertoire - Hammerhead Pool - and I am utterly addicted. If you want to come play me, I play there under the name kymberliemc (very original, no?).

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Thursday, September 19, 2002

Cthuugle

Ever wish you had a place where you could do all of your H.P. Lovecraft searching? Now you do: Cthuugle.

(Link courtesy of Dave)

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Thursday, September 12, 2002

The Great Pop vs. Soda Controversy

Being from the south, whenever I ask for a carbonated beverage, I ask for a coke (of course, all I drink is Coke products, but I digress). Christine sent me a link today to The Great Pop vs. Soda Controversy. I found it amusing that while there were almost 10,000 more votes for pop and soda apiece, calling a beverage a coke seems to span a larger geographic area. I went and added my vote for coke. So, what do you say?

After clicking on Texas, I found out that 78.34% of all Texans call it coke, which accounts for 25.94% of all coke responses. I guess we do carry a lot of weight on votes. (We get the third most votes in the electoral college.)

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Monday, September 9, 2002

Maybe the Dogs Are Cold?

This is very disturbing - chihuahuas in kimonos. Of course, chihuahuas do get very cold easily, so maybe the kimono is their owner's attempt to keep them warm. Still, very strange.

(Link courtesy of Todd)

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Sunday, September 1, 2002

Tearing a Man To Pieces!

Have y'all seen the commercial with the Serta counting sheep where they tear the tag of the Serta martress? They tear the tag off and get put in prison. This scary looking guy is their bunkmate and he asks them what they're in for. One of them starts, "We got caught tearing..." and the other sheep jumps in and goes, "Tearing a man to pieces! Grrrr!" It cracks me up every time.

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Monday, August 26, 2002

It's a Giant Beaver!

Steven's watching The Discovery Channel in the other room and they're showing a special on giant beavers. It may be immature, but it makes me giggle. Giant beaver. :-)

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Tuesday, August 20, 2002

Name That Blog!

Looking for something to do? Try playing Name That Blog!


(Link courtesy of Kristine)

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Thursday, August 15, 2002

Young Arthur and the Witch

I got an e-mail forward today from my friend Perry that I thought was really funny. It's pretty long, so if you want to read it, use the "Read More" below.

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Wednesday, August 14, 2002

An Unexpected Surprise

I was talking to my manager today when the boss came into the room with an Amazon box. He went and set it on my chair, which I thought was odd since I hadn't ordered anything from them that hadn't already arrived. I open it up and found Batman: The Killing Joke, a comic from my wishlist. Chris sent it to me out of the blue, and after the terrible last couple of weeks I've been having, it was a great pick me up. Thank you so much, Chris! I really appreciate it!

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"Aaron Burr!"

I was reading Mikey's site when I came across his post mentioning the "Got Milk?" ad where the guy tries to say, "Aaron Burr!" I love that ad! I hadn't seen it in a long time, so I went and hunted up a link for it. You can watch it here.

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Tuesday, August 13, 2002

Nrtesn Nyarlahotep

Be sure to read Tales of the Plush Cthulhu. You never know when He From Beyond the Stars will show up and demand to be worshipped. Best to be prepared and read His tales.

(Link courtesy of Kelly)

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Thursday, August 1, 2002

Second Evil Head

Mike's Hard Lemonade has had some pretty fun ads, but I love the new one for Mike's Hard Ice Tea where the guy grows a second evil head. I swear, though, the ad I saw had the evil head making eyes and hitting on her at the end of the commercial. The first time I saw that commercial I was laughed so hard. Steven said that the fact I find this so funny shows that I am a twisted human being. I agree.

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Thursday, July 11, 2002

Night At The Theater

I hadn't posted about it yet, but my mother and I had a great time at The Lion King on Tuesday night. Even if you don't like the cartoon, even if you find the songs hokey, you should go to see the amazing sets and costumes. We had perfect seats (third row, balcony) and even had moments when characters were at the end of our row.

The sheer imagination that was required to make this, a child's cartoon, turn into a Broadway show is amazing. When you think about it, how do you make a lion or a hyena that talks realistic? Through the use of their amazing props and costumes (the woman that played the cheetah actually moved like a feline), you almost forget what it is that you're watching. They did things like turn grass and wind into characters. Simply wonderful.

If you get a chance to go see it, take advantage and go. You'll be glad you did.

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Thursday, June 27, 2002

Final Days

In case you missed it on AdCritic.com, here's a link to the hysterical video that Bill Clinton made chronicling his final days in the White House. (You're welcome, Christine.)

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Lay-Off Survivor

I saw the funniest card today at eGreetings: Lay-Off Survivor. I think everyone I know can relate to it. Enjoy.

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Wednesday, June 26, 2002

Like Herding Cats

One of my favorite commercials ever: Cat Herding.

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Sunday, June 23, 2002

Kymberlie Is...

I had meant to do this a few days ago, but am just now getting around to playing the "Kymberlie is" game. If you haven't seen this before, basically what you do is go type "X is" (where X is your name) in Google and see what the results are. Mine are as follows:

.: Kymberlie is looking for volunteers to do research and report up-to-date information on individual states for questions such as 1) the procedure followed in bite cases (i.e: whether the ferret is quarantined or "killed and tested"), 2) the number of ferrets that have been killed and tested for rabies in the past three years, and how many tested positive; and 3) which animal control/humane societies are "ferret friendly" and will take in stray ferrets without automatically euthanizing them.
.: Kymberlie is also celebrating the ticking over of another year on this planet. (Yes, this was actually about me!)
.: Kymberlie is watching - she loves Sting.
.: Kymberlie is taking some well deserved time away. (Posted in my own blog by Promo.)
.: Kymberlie is right about this being on Jesus Christ Superstar, which I actually know most of because we had the record when we were growing up.
.: Kymberlie is inspired by the Muse Calliope. (This is my old GeoCities page!)
.: Kymberlie is from Spring, Texas.
.: Kymberlie is going to the show at noon (she took the day off just to see it!) so I just couldn't stand it. (Posted by Christine about me going to see Harry Potter.)

Sometimes it pays off having an unusually spelled name since every one of these entries actually was about me (except the one about ferret rescue). I bet I am the only blogger able to say that!

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Thursday, June 20, 2002

We Have A Winner!

I was going to mention this last night and got distracted, but the new M&M's color has been decided and it's purple (the color I voted for, btw). They have a cool map on their site to let you see how countries voted. Poor pink hardly swept any countries at all!

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Wednesday, June 19, 2002

Today's Requests

Bizarre search request noticed in today's referrers:

Google search for hate kill steven dell

Google search for places to get gay massage sacramento

Google search for laundromat business opportunity sacramento

Google search for how to fix my life

I've really got to start keeping track of these somewhere. I get the weirdest hits some time...

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Sunday, June 9, 2002

Hassellhoff - The Video!

(I posted this over at PromoGuy's, but I thought I'd post it here too.)

Last week Ernie posted a link to David Hasselhoff's video of Hooked on a Feeling. For your entertainment, I thought I would give a running commentary of the video Mystery Science Theater 3000 style (be sure to watch it so you know what I'm talking about).


Okay, I get that he's dressing up like different cultures, but why does he have a mask on with his Eskimo suit? Is he trying to be Zorro the Eskimo?

Oh, baby! Make some more of the sincere rock star faces!

When he's in his Aussie outfit bouncing around, that feather looks like arrow out of his head. He must be a wild and crazy guy!

What's up with the dogs all over the place? Are they dauchsands? Are they his?

Speaking of weird background things, wtf are those little girls dressed up as angels supposed to add to the video?

Okay, he looks like a tool bouncing up and down.

There's those dogs again.

Wow! He obviously never needs a stuntman since he can do motorcycle tricks!

What the hell kind of mask is that? Is he an owl? That's just creepy!

Okay, earlier in the video he was flapping his "wings" to fly, but now he's flying like Superman (in other words, just sticking his arms straight out).

Sexy Eskimo! Shake those hips, big daddy!

Lucky us! Now that he's in the background and the foreground, we get two Davids for the price of one!

Yummy! Raw fish!


I hope you enjoyed today's Neurotic Fishbowl version of Video MST3K. Keep Circulating The Tapes!

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Friday, June 7, 2002

I Love You....

Because it's almost the weekend and I'm looking forward to spending time with Steven and I love all of my readers, here's a little something for you to listen to. (Btw, if you watched the episode of The X-Files with Burt Reynolds, this is one of the songs that was played.)

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Monday, June 3, 2002

Mormon Joke

Jeanna told me a great Mormon joke yesterday that she'd heard from her sister who lives in Utah (if you're Mormon, don't read it and you won't be offended).

Q: How do you know you're at a Mormon wedding?

A: The bride's not pregnant, but her mother is!

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Friday, May 31, 2002

A Different Type of Spider-man Costume

Let's just say it's not safe to click on at work or to fight crime in.

(Link courtesy of kd)

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Tuesday, May 28, 2002

Attack of the Killer Dishwasher

Okay, go read Kelly Caldwell's Attack of the Killer Dishwasher story about an incident that happened with her dog this weekend. It is simply too funny!

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Monday, May 20, 2002

Dilbert and the Google Doodle

Be sure to check out Google every day this week. Google has a new Google Doodle featuring Dilbert and the gang.

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Wednesday, May 15, 2002

Star Wars Obsessive

I understand that someone can really like Star Wars, but Tom Minter, 21, flew in from Leeds, England, to see "Episode II" and plans to watch it 17 times over the next four days. Why in god's name would you need to see a movie seventeen times in four days? No movie can possibly be that good! And, Episode I, really sucked, so I'm not expecting Episode II to be much better.

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Tuesday, May 7, 2002

Pick a Super-Hero Power

Continuing on the comic book theme, Stan Lee was asked last night what super-power he would want if he could pick one. (His was the ability to do lots of interviews.) I thought about it and I think that the best one, overall, would have to be controlling the weather like Storm in The X-Men. By controlling the weather she's able to do things (fly, move stuff, etc.) that other super-heroes have to have a whole different power to do. Looks like it's the best bang for the buck. (Of course, I've always loved Wolverine's adamantium claws...) So, what about you? What super-power would you want?

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Monday, May 6, 2002

God Re-Floods Middle East

The Onion is reporting that God has decided to re-flood the Middle East. God declared, "For too long, thou hast ignored the entreaties of thy Lord to let go of your wickedness and hatred and live together in peace, My children. Thou hast refused the lion to lie down with the lamb, and My rod and staff have been of no comfort to you. Instead, you have continued to kill each other without ceasing. The time has come for that to stop. You want to keep running each other over with tanks and strapping dynamite to yourselves, killing women and children in pursuit of your extremist political positions, that's just fine. Let's see how well you carry out your murderous agendas under 800 feet of water."

Be sure to read the entire article if you're looking for some tounge-in-cheek humor.

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Monday, April 29, 2002

So, I've Decided To Be

Thanks to the fabulous Evil Plan Generator, I have concocted my very own evil plan to take over the world!

Congratulations on being the creator of a new Evil Plan!

Your objective is simple: World Domination.

Your motive is a little bit more complex: Evil - It's my nature

Stage One
To begin your plan, you must first seduce a rich and powerful ceo. This will cause the world to sit up and take notice, stunned by your arrival. Who is this unholy menace? Where did they come from? And why do they look so good in classic black?

Stage Two
Next, you will seize control of Fort Knox. This will cause countless hordes of computer programmers to flock to you, begging to do your every bidding. Your name will become synonymous with sheer dementedness, as lesser men whisper your name in terror.

Stage Three
Finally, you will activate your plague of doom, bringing about the dead rising from the grave. This will all be done from a Underground Secret Headquarters of Doom, an excellent choice if we might say.

These three deeds will herald the end, and the citizens of this planet will have no choice but to elect you their new god.

Trust us, it'll all come together in the end.

(Link courtesy of Robyn)

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Thursday, April 18, 2002

Nice Marmot, Man.

Since I obviously haven't had much to do today (for once), here's another fun time way to waste time. Visit The Big Lebowski Random Quote Generator. I just loved that movie.

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Blast From the Past

Do you remember Lite-Brite? I used to love mine. I never really made pictures with the little pegs. I was much more of an "abstract" Lite-Briter arranging the pegs in cool patterns of colors that I enjoyed very much. And I was never happy until every little black hole was filled. Take a walk down memory lane and go play some Virtual Lite-Brite.

(Link courtesy of Ultimate Insult)

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Suffer My Wrath, Pesky Creatures!

Feeling a little pissy and don't have anyone to take it out on? Why don't you go play god and smite some helpless stick people or farm animals? It will make you feel better, I promise.

(Link courtesy of Christine)

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Friday, April 12, 2002

Makes You Feel Kind of Inadequate, Doesn't It?

While I am happy with my life and feel like I'm a good person and add some value to the world, take a look at what others had accomplished by the time they were my age.

At age 27:

Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. dropped out from his job at General Electric to become a full-time writer.

Henry David Thoreau went off for two years to live alone in a cabin at Walden Pond.

Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first person in space.

Memphis millionaire Frederic W. Smith, whose father built the Greyhound bus system, founded Federal Express.

Scottish botanist David Douglas discovered the Douglas fir.

Ernest Hemingway published his first novel, The Sun Also Rises.

Boston dentist William Morton pioneered modern anaesthesiology after learning that inhalation of ether will cause a loss of consciousness.

Go see what things other people accomplished when they were your age.

(Link courtesy of Lee)

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Thursday, April 11, 2002

In a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Love Star Wars (even though the last movie sucked)? Bet you've never seen it in ASCIImation (animation done in ASCII characters) before. It was fun, but still not as fun as Star Dudes which is the whole Star Wars movie done in Flash in under five minutes. (It even keeps Mark Hamil's blooper at the end.) Enjoy and may the Force be with you!

(Link courtesy of Stacy)

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Wednesday, April 10, 2002

Insaniquarium - Conquered!

Earlier tonight I unlocked all the fishbowls and pets in Insaniquarium. Now I just have to wait patiently for more pets so I can go play some more!

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Tuesday, April 9, 2002

Weeeeee!

Yesterday Christine was spinning around in her chair and she said, "Weeeeee!" I flashed back to the Weeeee movie that my brother showed me this weekend. I was speaking on the phone with a client as she watched it when she IMs me "Gonads and Strife" (go watch the movie to see what I'm talking about) and I almost lost it. Never leave your IM window open while talking to clients if a little hottie might send you an IM!

Their other Flash movies are pretty funny as well, but I suggest drinking or doing drugs before watching them to get the full effect.

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Monday, April 8, 2002

Insaniquarium Pets

Before my computer crashed for the billionth time last night, I got three new pets at Insaniquarium: Itchy the Swordfish, Prego the Momma Fish, and Vert the Skeleton. Since it looks like other people are falling prey to the insanity (get it? Bad pun, but I live for them), what extra pets do you have? Can't wait to play either tonight or tomorrow and shoot for the secret second tank!

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Insaniquarium

I've been having fun and killing time by playing Insaniquarium. It's this fun game where you feed fish, they give you money to buy cool stuff, fight alien enemies, and try to keep your fish from being eaten. And with a name like Insaniquarium, how could a neurotic fish like me resist it?

(Link courtesy of Deb)

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Monday, April 1, 2002

Just In Case You Were Wondering...

Just in case you were wondering how Google works, now you can learn about PigeonRank in this helpful article.

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Wednesday, March 27, 2002

Your Name In Viking Runes!

Last night while waiting on the extreme late night launch to finish, I was surfing. I came across this site where you can write your name in runes. Kymberlie looks like this.

(Link courtesy of Marmalade)

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Tuesday, March 19, 2002

My Death Has Been Fortold

I discovered that I should die on Sunday, May 08, 2061 at 5:17:50 PM at the age of 86 thanks to LongToLive.com. I must say, though, it's kind of creepy to watch the Life Clock (Death Clock) tick off the seconds of your life.

(Link courtesy of Portia)

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Saturday, March 9, 2002

Grade the Flag

I found a site the other day that gives the world's flags letter grades based on their design. Kind of neat to see all the different flags, but some people have way too much time on their hands.

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Friday, March 8, 2002

Ah, To Have Friends Like That!

I was just reading Neil Gaiman's blog (he's a fabulous writer; go read his stuff). He's currently reading for an audio book and had this in his blog:

My friend Tori swears by a drink of chopped up fresh ginger and honey before she sings. I'll try it tomorrow morning before reading round two.

He is referring to Tori Amos. Tori's music has had an amazing influence on me. Her songs have helped me learn to love myself, learn how I don't need someone in my life if they're bad for me, and many other of life's lessons. How amazing it would be to have friends like that.

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Time To Vote For the New M&M Color!

It is now time to go and vote for the new M&M color. The choices are purple, pink, and aqua. I voted for the purple since it's one of my favorite colors and it just goes better with the existing mix. The aqua one just looks funky to me. While you're there visit Colorworks and mix and match your own bag of colors. Kind of fun (if you're a geek like me)!

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Wednesday, February 27, 2002

Enron - An Explanation in Layman's Terms

Want a good laugh? Go read the always hilarious Dave Barry's explanation of the Enron scandal in layman's terms.

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A Letter to Dr. Laura

One of the funniest things I ever received in my e-mail was this open letter to Dr. Laura. I am a liberal and hate that bitch, so if you like her, don't go read it. On the other hand, if you think she's an evil lying freak, go enjoy yourself!

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Thursday, February 21, 2002

Let the (Drinking) Games Begin!

Well, the Olympics have already started, but I only found this today. Enjoy! Official MIT Winter Olympics Drinking Game!

(Link courtesy of Sekimori)

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The Real State of the Union

I happened onto Benj's website and was reading his archives when I found his translation of Bush's State of the Union. Too funny and sadly, too true.

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Wednesday, February 20, 2002

Enron, er, Something Field

Susannah at FlutterGlubMeow: Action News 15 breaks the story on the new name for Enron Field. Too funny!

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Tuesday, February 19, 2002

The Truth Is Out There

My mom sent me this the other day and I thought it was just too funny (especially since we live in Houston). Now the truth about Enron can be known!

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Monday, February 18, 2002

Human For Sale

While going through some old e-mail, I stumbled accross Human For Sale - How much are you worth? You go and answer demographic questions and they calculate your value. I am worth $2,146,002.00. The average value for a female is $1,630,625.00. How do you rank?

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Saturday, February 16, 2002

The Axis of Just as Evil

Steven's brother, Alex, sent me this story and I found it hysterical. Go read for a good laugh. Passed Over, Syria, China, Libya Form Axis of Just As Evil.

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Tuesday, February 5, 2002

Vote for the new M&M color!

I am such a dork, but I love stuff like this. (I voted for the new animal cracker too.) Vote for the new M&M color! Actually, you can only sign-up to get notified since the polls don't open until March, but do it now so you don't forget!

(Link courtesy of Gretchen)

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