Saturday, March 8, 2008

Face In Hole


Here I am as Carmen Miranda.

With FACEinHOLE.com you can easily and in a matter of seconds create a totally "new look" for you and your friends. You just have to select a scenario, upload and adjust a photo (or use your webcam) and there you have it; a great FACEinHOLE that you can send to your friends, post in your blog or make available to the world.

Friday, March 7, 2008

You're A Texan If...

1. You can properly pronounce Corsicana, Palestine, Decatur, Wichita Falls, Sabine, San Antonio, Burnet, Boerne, Nacogdoches, Mexia, Waco, Amarillo, and Waxahachie.

2. A tornado warning siren is your signal to go out in the yard and look for a funnel.

3. You've ever had to switch from "heat" to "A/C" in the same day.

4. You know that the true value of a parking space is not determined by the distance to the door, but by the availability of shade.

5. Stores don't have bags, they have sacks.

6. You see people wear bib overalls at funerals.

7. You measure distance in minutes.

8. Little Smokies are something you serve only for special occasions.

9. You go to the lake because you think it is like going to the ocean.

10. You listen to the weather forecast before picking out an outfit

11. You know cow-pies are not made of beef.

12. Someone you know has used a football schedule to plan their wedding date.

13. You have known someone who has had a belt buckle bigger than your fist.

14. You aren't surprised to find movie rental, ammunition, and bait all in the same store.

15. Your "place at the lake" has wheels under it.

16. A Mercedes Benz is not a status symbol; a Ford F350 4x4 is.

17. You know everything goes better with Ranch dressin'.

18. You learned how to shoot a gun before you learned how to multiply.

19. You actually understand this and you are "fixin' to" send it to your friends.

20. Finally, you are 100% Texan if you have ever heard this conversation:
"You wanna coke?"
"Yeah."
"What kind?"
"Dr. Pepper."

Thanks, Sheri

This Is Just Sad




RIP, "Snowman"

Kids' Songs Sung By Rock Stars


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I love the Coors Light sign in the McDonald's window.

What Were They Thinking?



And she's up!

Behold

There's The Kitty

I know you've probably been awake all night wanting to know the answer to where the dang kitty was in this picture (yeah, right). Here he is:


Thursday, March 6, 2008

All You Got To Do Is Ask...


...and the big guy delivers. And he delivered snowballs from the sky. You can't tell from this picture, but it looked like snowballs - not snowflakes. Love it, love it, love it.

Where's The Snow?

All we're getting is sleet and rain - I want some white stuff...want to build a snowman.

To My AT&T Inbox...

I don't give a shit about Oprah and her damn green tea. No matter how many times I mark that as "spam", it always winds up in my inbox.

The Seven Dwarves Of Menopause


Thanks, Martha

Can You Find The Kitten In The Tree?


The kitten is definitely in there somewhere. I only know that because I'm the one who took the picture and I saw the kitty come down the tree.

I'll post the answer tomorrow.

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Breaking Bad


Has anyone else been watching Breaking Bad? From the official Breaking Bad website:

About the Show
Break Bad (v.) 1. to challenge convention 2. to defy authority 3. to raise hell
Chemistry: the study of change. Meet Walter White, a high school chemistry teacher sleepwalking through life when, boom, a terminal diagnosis changes everything. Liberates him. Empowers him to use his chemistry skills anew: to man a rolling drug lab and finance the future for his struggling family. It's an uncontrolled experiment with the American dream. And it finally wakes him up. Breaking Bad: Change the Equation.

Papa Rooster and I both love it. I absolutely adore Bryan Cranston. You might remember him from another show I loved Malcolm In The Middle. I love the character Walter White.
Go here to watch episodes 1 & 2.


From Uncrate: You can download each episode for $2 via Amazon.

Just Say No


Thanks, Gretch

Want To Live A Beautiful Life - Tips From Dumb Little Man

I love Dumb Little Man. He is not dumb at all. Check this out:

Want To Live A Beautiful Life? Start by Creating the Perfect Environment

Sunlight. Being in constant sunlight does much for your body, mind and soul. Contrary to common believe, sunlight can actually help to prevent certain types of cancer. The vitamin D that it will generate in your body will strengthen your bones. The chemical reactions that will happen inside of you will actually make you happier. That's why there is a huge benefit to 'early to bed, early to rise'. You're spending more of your waking moments in sunlight.

Flowers (via Gardenweb). They say 'flower power for a reason', and this is the reason.

Increase energy with red roses: Because red has the slowest vibratory rate and longest wavelength, it stimulates adrenal glands, boosting energy.

Enhance alertness with sunflowers: Yellow light waves stimulate the brain, making one alert, clearheaded and decisive. And because people generally associate yellow with the sun’s rays and daylight, helps people feel more optimistic.

Relax with bells of Ireland: Green affects the nervous system, allowing people to breathe slowly and deeply, slowing the production of stress hormones and helping the heart relax.

Boost confidence with irises: The color indigo stimulates the brain’s pineal gland, which is the regulator of sleep patterns. Indigo also helps to free the mind of worries, fears and inhibitions.

Get a good night’s sleep with delphinium: Blue triggers the production of melatonin, a brain chemical that helps with relaxation and sleep. Blue also stimulates the thyroid gland to release thyroxin, a hormone that regulates metabolic rate.

Prevent allergies with orange daisies: Orange strengthens the immune system and the lungs, which can ward off spring allergies. Orange also has a strong beneficial effect on the digestive system and can stimulate the sexual organs.

Relieve stress with lilacs: Violet has a cooling effect, alleviating "hot" conditions like heat rash and sunburn, and suppressing hunger and balancing metabolism. It also stimulates the pituitary gland, the part of the brain that releases tension-fighting beta-endorphins.

Read the rest of this great article here.

Monday, March 3, 2008