Tag: Death

In life there are winners and….

I’m not sure how I feel about the name of the site, but this post is pretty awesome #99 Grammar. Bottom line is pretty much every group has grammatical morons. Judging from the comments on the Led Zeppelin post, stoned people have a far more difficult time grasping grammar. Even highfalutin executives can’t handle basic grammar. […]

All Our Allah Are Belong to Us

A quick update on the toe: it’s still attached to my body, and it still hurts. Thanks for asking.  In unrelated news, my throat hurts. Two days ago I made this Stouffer’s Easy Express Skillets Yankee Pot Roast. This is, by far, the most disgusting, repulsive, nasty, frozen entrée I have ever eaten in my life. […]

Some Special Thanks

I don’t want to mention names, but I want to make sure those of you who I’ve leaned on for support these past few months know how much I appreciate it. It’s not that any one thing is overwhelming but when a whole list of things is added together; that’s how it became the mess […]

A busy day: Deaths and Cars and such

First, RIP to Karl Malden a fine veteran actor who died today at 97. RIP to another from one of my all-time favourite shows, Mollie Sugden — the legendary Mrs Slocombe – also died today at 87: she was one of the highlights of the legendary Britcom Are You Being Served. A sad day and […]

In Pace Requiscat Scooter

It’s just past 1am Friday and I’m starting to write this before I actually send it out. As many of you know, I visited Scooter Wednesday 3 December. I wrote about it and most of the other visits in my blog. During that visit, Scooter told me it was time, but I didn’t say anything […]

RIP George Carlin. An Angry But Funny Man

I love hockey. George Carlin did not. His priceless rant on it was “Hockey is not a sport. Hockey is guys trying to beat the crap out of each other while playing with a puck. In that sense it is a higher form of boxing, but it will never be a sport because of the […]

Jerry Falwell Dies at 73

Never take joy in the death of another, but in this case it’s a little hard not to. The world, today, is a better place than yesterday. Now that Mr. Falwell, found of the obscenely named “Moral Majority”, has popped off, perhaps some of his compatriots in religious intolerance will follow along. I hope it […]

Let’s Buy Dick Cheney a Cheeseburger

Some clever chap has a brilliant idea which I am very keen on. This person states “I hereby declare April 13, 2007, is National Buy Dick Cheney a Cheeseburger Day. Millions of Americans will buy cheeseburgers, consume them, and then mail their receipts to Vice President Dick Cheney, to encourage him to chow down or […]

Anna Nicole Smith Dead

Yeah. I realize it’s a sad time for her troubled family. I am not criticizing her in this post nor am I judging her. I just have one question. Why is this national news? It’s a tragedy when one of my relatives dies, but why does anyone care — it certainly doesn’t make the paper. […]

The Return and Death of Crazy Frog

I’ve blogged about him before in my post Crazy Frog or Coldplay? and now I shall kill him — for he’s responsible for some 20,000 of my blog hits — visitors who come and leave without nary a glance at the rest of this blog. View this 28 second clip and then read on: (Link […]