Daily Archives: 10 July 10, 2008

Dallas Observer Article Thoughts

This post is mainly for those that live in the DFW area . . . I finally got a chance to read the Dallas Observer article about Greggo and The Ticket and it was extremely interesting.  Some things that stood … Continue reading

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Former Texas Sen. Phil Gramm – America Is ‘Nation of Whiners’ and in ‘Mental Recession’

A top economic adviser to Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., — former Sen. Phil Gramm, R-Texas, now vice chair of Swiss banking giant UBS — tells the Washington Times that the US economy is being weighed down by the belief by … Continue reading

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Defective Straw

I was eating at Freebirds for lunch and took the wrapping off my straw and stuck it in my cup, only to find out that I couldn’t drink out of it because the bottom was sealed shut.  I felt a little … Continue reading

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Stadium Pal

The Stadium Pal is the ultimate portable urinal, and has opened the doors for many other users. Long distance Motor Cycle riders that participate in the Iron Butt have found that the Stadium Pal is an absolute necessity. Para Gliders … Continue reading

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The 25 Best High-Tech Pranks To Pull In The Office

Everyone loves a good laugh, and in the age of electronics, high-tech hijinks are just waiting to be pulled off. So snuggle up to your screen and get ready to unleash all sorts of shenanigans as we present the 25 … Continue reading

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Nice Beat

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I don’t know why, but this made me laugh really hard

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So Very True

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Animal Pictionary

[Thanks, Jules!]

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All women don’t have bats in their bras?

When Abbie Hawkins felt a strange vibrating sensation in her bra while at work she simply assumed that it was her mobile phone ringing. The hotel receptionist was therefore rather taken aback  to discover that it was actually a bat … Continue reading

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Atheist soldier sues Army for ‘unconstitutional’ discrimination

Army Spc. Jeremy Hall was raised Baptist. Like many Christians, he said grace before dinner and read the Bible before bed. Four years ago when he was deployed to Iraq, he packed his Bible so he would feel closer to … Continue reading

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Maghound

NEW YORK — Magazine buying may get an Internet-era makeover in September when Time Inc. launches Maghound, a service that promises to blend the convenience of subscriptions with the flexibility of newsstand sales. Customers will pay a monthly fee for … Continue reading

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