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Archive | February, 2007
February 26, 2007
It’s true. There is nothing worse than having your arm ripped from it’s socket during a crocodile’s death roll and ruining the seams of your favorite jacket. Also useful for unfortunate accidents involving hay baylors and most other farming equipment. In any case, make sure to pack some Neosporin in one of the EIGHTEEN pockets, [...]
February 25, 2007
* Ohab the Rehab of the Day: Courtesy of these so called “napped-kins” spotted by Lindsor.
February 21, 2007
Having braved the treacherous morning rush hour traffic in Los Angeles, Suzie and Julia confirm a most universal truth. Although, omnipotence is evidently not without a bit of irony: Brian knows everything but apparently cannot spell “everything”.
February 19, 2007
Someone tell me how a mother rationalizes to her 8 year old daughter that, as it turns out, she called “firsts” and will be exiting the burning house before her own progeny?
February 18, 2007
Improving upon the previous model that apparently didn’t work in foreign countries, the new Dog Dazer includes cutting edge “LED” technology that delivers an uncomfortable sound to startle hostile dogs. New features include its bulky size, antiquated design, and a measly signal range that requires the hunted to wait until their snarling, growling predator is [...]
February 17, 2007
I think we all just assume that Abraham Lincoln’s voice was emulated flawlessly in those final dramatic scenes of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, but secretly I have yearned for unequivocal proof of its throaty majesty. Now, I have it. Also, I like how George W. Bush is sporting a pair of classic L.A. Gear’s [...]
February 16, 2007
It’s midnight. I’m sitting in the lovely Cleveland airport, having just been informed by Vivian that her already delayed flight will be arriving in two more hours. It’s 2 degrees outside, so “exploring” the city of Cleveland is out of the question. If you ask Brian/Josh, you’ll come to find that these limitations have little [...]