As if the joke hadn’t worn thin in the slightest, I was actually asked to pose next to “me” at the local thrifty store. I really appreciate it.
Archive | May, 2005
May 29, 2005
Having just returned from a watermelon eating romp the likes which human eyes have never seen before, I thought I would put to use the teachings of both Janneth’s mom, Gladys, and the Grand Wizard of fruit-cutting, Marty. This morning, I sent my first blade through a watermelon and though my skills are unpolished and [...]
May 28, 2005
Last week, the Neuroscience IDP recieved an email regarding the upcoming “Beach & Baywatch” Gradbar. Below, you will that email along with the subsequent emails that followed: From: GSA PresidentTo: Neuroscience IDP GradBruins! In honor of Memorial Day weekend, GSA and Anderson have joined forces to bring you the “Beach & Baywatch” GradBar. Come dressed [...]
May 27, 2005
* Shameful Pun/Ridiculous Item of the Day: According to various news sources and medical evidence, Viagra, the miracle drug that corrects male erectile dysfunction, might be causing some users to develop a rare form of blindness. Finance experts predict that competiting companies such as GSK, the makers of Levitra, will see their stocks rise.
May 26, 2005
Proof that we enjoyed the newest Star Wars movie in glorious digital projection. Also making a guest appearance: Janneth’s hand.
May 24, 2005
Evidently, the Arizona Cardinals recent draft success has gained the organization considerable attention around the world. Even junkfood tycoon, Mars Inc., has started using the Cardinals as an advertising tool for some of their products, namely M&Ms, which by some unexplainable mystery of nature, happen to melt in one’s mouth but not in one’s hands. [...]
May 23, 2005
* Pack Your Bags, You’re Off The Team of the Day: Courtesy of this bag of dogfood I spotted in Big Lots!. See also: HERE
May 21, 2005
Here’s something we don’t see everyday…
May 21, 2005
During the past two months, Carmichael Lab member and animal behavior *guru*, Linslee, has spearheaded a new avenue of research that will examine the motor and sensory deficits endured by rats that have received focal cortical strokes. Assisted by Jimmy, an aggressive and motivated undergraduate, Linslee has been working hard to train 20 rats to [...]