Wednesday, February 17, 2010
Weird Search Day
or "How I stumbled upon the URI! Zone"
alligator coverall mario
In his alligator suit, Mario can eat enemies, flip Luigi to higher platforms on his snout, and turn into the Princess when the temperature drops below 86 degrees Farenheit.
"spanish poem" about the virginia tech
Because I don't speak Spanish, here's one in French instead. Note that it actually rhymes.
J'aime aller ? l'Institut Polytechnique
de la Virginie et l'Universit? de l'Etat, c'est magnifique.
Parce que "Wahoo" ressemble ? du "Waterloo"
Et c'est o? Napoleon a perdu.
Quand il perdes,
Il dit "Merde!",
Et ce n'est pas tr?s gentil.
costco shaman rugs
Perfect for the OCD shaman who hates to drop elemental totems because "the bottoms get all dirty". Using the rug activates your 1 second global cooldown.
Cougars that like young lads
According to scientists, most, if not all, cougars prefer young lads, because they are juicier, less stringy, and are a more satisfying meal than someone in their dotage.
benefits of smoking weed and trumpet embouchure
I'm afraid I don't have the experience to answer this question myself, and it's very hard to find someone who would know. Maybe someone in my readership knows of a brass player who has also smoked weed and can answer, but it just seems like such an improbable scenario.
pets world witch sells things for giant african land snail
This sounds like a good plot synopsis for a mashup of fantasy movies from the early 80s.
keeping an hoa newsletter religion neutral
A good start would be to not mention religion. If you must mention religion because churches are the only groups willing to waste advertising dollars to fund your hand-stapled quarterly newsletter, make sure that all of the religions are allowed to promote themselves equally, except for the ones that are obviously cults or hard to spell. Also, make sure not to place undue restrictions on the Prayer to Prayer (P2P) page, and allow articles to mention torrents for at least 40 days and 40 nights before blocking them.
sterling virginia man to fix computers and ship to Ghana
I'm not currently in the computer refurbishing business, but if I ever started such a humanitarian venture, hopefully they would make a movie about me.
Vandal caught tagging a building full of cops
Trial starts in Argentina's "robbery of the century"
Online dating gaining worldwide acceptance
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