- Bryan B.: I was in the shower when the space shuttle sonic boom happened and my wife was asleep. I had to work that...
- Geeding: I wouldn’t have guessed that Peter Jennings would have done such a thing, and I totally forgot about...
- Bryan B.: Double post warning – I went to Wikipedia to refresh my memory on the history of New Coke and laughed...
- Bryan B.: I remember New Coke tasting a lot like Pepsi and I believe that was part of the goal of the new recipe. I...
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Daily Archives: 25 March 25, 2010
Whoppers, Dairy Queen sundaes and the latest movies will soon disappear for U.S. military personnel serving in Afghanistan, according to a blog posting by Sgt. Maj. Michael T. Hall discussing changes to morale, welfare and recreation facilities on U.S. bases … Continue reading
An Australian man who has been donating his extremely rare kind of blood for 56 years has saved the lives of more than two million babies. James Harrison, 74, has an antibody in his plasma that stops babies dying from … Continue reading
One of my friends and his wife have chosen not to drink anything but water this year and blog about it, and here’s why: Link
To be fair, UT Arlington is about to get a pretty darn nice arena. And I haven’t thought about Glen Rice in years. My friend Jimi always use to use him to drain three’s in NBA Live 97. Sometimes I … Continue reading
Whew . . . no crowds. It’s one of those where you can look up, down, left right, and zoom in and out. Man, that sentence reminded me of the hockey-pokey. http://www.vatican.va/various/cappelle/sistina_vr/index.html
www.etsy.com This post is made in honor of WifeGeeding’s Baylor Bears who made the Sweet 16 and play St Mary’s on Friday. GO ST MARY’S!!!
BOSTON — Avatars and Mad Hatters are already performing before American audiences in 3-D, and Shrek is coming soon. Now, a national Catholic television network is throwing priests into the mix. CatholicTV debuted 3-D programs Tuesday in an effort to … Continue reading