March 30, 2007

Nothing like a “full-length” novel to ease the hunger pains.

Mike @ 12:30 pm   |  Comments (1)
Filed under: News from North Korea

Historical Novel Published

Pyongyang, March 29 (KCNA) — The Literature and Art Publishing House in the DPRK has brought out a full-length novel under the title of “A Grey-haired General’s Life Along with Sword”. It is popular among readers.
It is based on a famous patriotic general Choe Yong who dedicated his whole life to the struggle for defending the country at the close of Koryo(918-1392).
The internal and external situation of the country was very complex owing to the incessant invasion of Japanese pirate raiders and foreign forces and interference in the internal affairs by big countries.

Ligers are reeeaaaaaalllll

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Filed under: Separated at Birth



Oh, here’s my bed from the magazine.

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Filed under: Interior Design


Go ahead and make fun, Maggie.


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Filed under: Interior Design


I’ll get a copy today, kids, don’t you worry. But you can see my story: North End Makeover: From House of God to Bachelor Pad.

My god, that’s cheesy as shit.

March 29, 2007

The Revenge of Pirate Girl, Part 4

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Impale Evil Things

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Pirate Girl Speaks

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Improper Update

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Filed under: Short Conversations

So an editor from the Improper Bostonian called me yesterday. His name was Rich.

He was like, we’re on press, I just wanna confirm a few things with you.

I’m like, sure.

He’s goes, just to confirm, your last name is spelled H-O-D-G-S-O-N.

I’m all, yeahp.

Then there’s silence.

Is that it? I say.

Uh-huh, he says.

March 28, 2007

The Great Hot Gas Rip-Off!

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Filed under: Uncategorized

Hot gas costs California drivers
Fuel expands in heat, but special pumps could compensate for temperature swings

The problem: Gasoline expands as it gets warmer, becoming less dense. But most American gas pumps dispense the same volume — 231 cubic inches per gallon — and don’t compensate for temperature. That means a gallon of hot gasoline has less energy than a gallon of colder gas.

The cost: One study estimated that Californians would save $450 million if gas pumps compensated for temperature. Consumers across the country would save $1.7 billion.

Sources: SF Chronicle research, Kansas City Star


My solution is we should start a gas cartel, where we buy from Boston and sell in LA.  We can make up to 3c per gallon… a million gallons nets us a profit of…oh… $30,000.  Never mind.

March 27, 2007

It’s a Friggin’ Dancing BEAR, for Chrissakes!

Allen @ 9:55 am   |  Comments (3)
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dancing_bear.gifhells yeah!!!!!

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