Bag of Randomness

  • When I was in high school I would often upperclassmen talk about the book “Tequila Mockingbird” and thought that was the strangest name for a book and must have had something to do with Mexico.  Years later I found out the book was actually named “To Kill A Mockingbird” and I only thought I heard “tequila mockingbird” and that the story had nothing to do with Mexico or tequila.
  • It’s been so weird not coming home and preparing to watch playoff baseball.  I almost don’t know what to do with the time.
  • Greece kinda messed a lot of things up, haven’t they?
  • I’m always the first person to arrive in my office.
  • When we need tech support at the office, someone usually has to be sent over from another city.
  • On Monday morning I found our network was down, called support, then called the other five people who work in the office and told them not to come in but work from home.
  • I had to do the same thing Tuesday.
  • I’m just going to work from home today.
  • WifeGeeding moves her head as she reads, I’m not sure if that’s due to the one-eye thing or not.
  • Google Street View now lets you see inside some buildings.
  • I’m sure the use of chalk boards are pretty minimal nowadays, but this board eraser will turn chalk dust into new chalk.
  • A Flintstones car spotted in the drive-thru
  • Dissolving Fruitwash Label
  • Chevrolet Speedometer Through the Years
  • Ranking Every Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Segment, From Worst to First – I’m not sure how valid this list is considering “The Raven” only comes in at #10.
  • Rechargeable LED Reading Glasses
  • 50 of the World’s Best Breakfasts
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One Response to Bag of Randomness

  1. dan says:

    Last night was supposed to be the Mavericks opener? There aren't even any talks scheduled and a month of the season is already lost. Last summer the drum beat increased every day as the NFL got closer to start of training camp. The NBA has given up part of the season and there is hardly anything at all about it in sports news. I understand most teams lose money in the NBA and therefore I don't see the owners wanting to budge. The players have collectively lost a ton of money to date [the number I heard yesterday was in the hundreds of millions] and some of them should be in serious financial trouble by now.

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