I just finished watching three SBTB episodes from The Miss Bliss year (originally titled “Good Morning Miss Bliss”) and the first episode from SBTB at Bayside High School, thus concluding today’s SBTB marathon (courtesy of Tivo). While not often televised, the Good Morning Miss Bliss episodes are just as addictive as the Bayside years, and [...]
Archive | March, 2006
March 28, 2006
With the Cropping-John’s-Head-onto-Random-Torso phenomenon now receiving international attention, my email inbox has recently been flooded with celebrity doubles and images of cropped heads and oft-famous/oft-unrecognizable torsos. One contribution worthy of mention comes from Christian Andrews, who you might remember as my sister Devon’s boyfriend or from when he absolutely dominated our paintball games during Sausage [...]
March 26, 2006
Vivian once explained to me the legend and lore of Mt. High, a beautiful ski resort–an oasis–located just 1.5 hours from the decrepit streets of Los Angeles. Of course, I didn’t believe a word of this senseless hullabaloo. How could there be snow an hour from LA? It really just doesn’t make sense. Plus, Vivian [...]
March 24, 2006
6.022×10^23 talks later, and the symposium portion of the SJCRHNGSS has finally ended. Some observations from my experience include but are not limited to: – One image of a microarray is fine for novelty’s sake. But multiple slides with multiple microarrays? Come on. – If you seem bored giving your talk, chances are so am [...]
March 22, 2006
This is really starting to get ridiculous. You’d think at some point Steve Nash would give up his never-ending attempts to emulate Bun’s facial expressions during NBA games.
March 11, 2006
Of course, one should not confuse the uncanny resemblance between George and Enis with the unfortunate coupling of Jen Bramen and Yoda, as previously described.
March 9, 2006
In a strange and unexplainable turn of events, I woke up this morning at 6am and found myself visiting the Republican National Committee website at www.GOP.com. Since another visit was unlikely, I made my first goal to find out what GOP actually stood for. Not surprisingly, there was a short summary of “The Origins of [...]
March 8, 2006
Apparently, there are two ways to make Bun’s famous facial expression. The first involves a complicated facial contortion, and the second requires you to be slapped on the face by Lakers point guard, Smush Parker. There are no other ways.
March 7, 2006
Some random observations about the 2005 Academy Awards Pick’Em Experience: 97 people competed in this year’s pick’em. Using a complicated algorithm, I have determined that at this rate it will take only 50 light years until the JohnOhab.com Oscar Pick’em becomes a global phenomenon. Year #Participants 2005 97 2004 83 2003 41 2002 14 As [...]