Friday, September 16, 2005
Finally, the media gets something right.The other day, the Washington Post ran an apology for replacing death notices with paid advertisements, except they never really apologized. Using my innate translation skills, I have interpreted this notice as: "Your loved ones will still be dead tomorrow, but we need money today."There are scars all over my hands from an active childhood and years of working in the tar pits. I can only remember how I got three of them. One of them I got by playing with a disposable razor in a babysitter's house when I was four or five. Another came from a bowsaw accident where my finger got a little too close to the blade. The third was the result of horseplay in elementary school where I reached into a desk too fast and came out with a pencil portruding from my hand at a ninety degree angle.I added a bunch of pictures to the BU General page, the BU 2005 page, and the Cats 2005 page. Today is also Cat Movie Friday™ (no affiliation with Cat Picture Thursday):
Amber and the Balloon: IT'S A TRAP (322KB WMV)Thanks for all the birthday well-wishes!I had a great low-key birthday dinner with a few close folks last night. We ordered up a bunch of Boston Market rotisserie chicken with lots of potatoes, stuffing, and macaroni & cheese as sides (and one tin of creamed spinach for the insane vegetable eaters). We also discovered that Boston Market now delivers. This is bad news for the remaining cash in my wallet.There is currently $42 in my wallet. $35 will probably go towards gas this weekend when I go out on some buying sprees. I plan to pick up a lot of decorative stuff for the mostly empty areas of my house, and also shop for carpet and paint colours for the second guest room. Tomorrow, I'll be going to the furniture store to buy guest room furniture, a stand for the sound system in the basement, and a table and some chairs (I'm tired of disassembling the dining room table and moving it every time company comes over).I've noticed that many of the products we use in daily life are only used out of habit because they were present in childhood. I still use Aquafresh, Rightguard, and Lever 2000. There may be better products out there, but these are the ones which my parents used, so I started using them out of convenience.I hate stand-up comics with really annoying voices like Gilbert Gottfried and John Pinette. Maybe they're funny, but the mind-scrambling timbres of their voices makes me dive for the volume control.As if bugs weren't already freaky enough, there's a newly discovered bug that eats fish tongues and then pretends to be one , fooling all the incoming food. My what a nasty bug-eyed tongue you have, grandma.I was planning on writing three or four more fragments, but I slept late (all the way to 8:15!). Now it's time to go shopping, so I'm shortchanging the update. Hopefully this won't make you quit the site in digust -- you will still be reading tomorrow, but I need to spend money today. Have a good weekend! Black Cocks hard to swallow It was the other driver. Then, the raiding party took her personal and private sex toys and used them for their own amusement and left them strewn about Always practice safe rollercoastering
Amber and the Jack in the Box (249KB WMV)
Amber and the Jack in the Box, Part 2 (1MB WMV)
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