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rock what you got

January 18th, 2010 No comments

Secretly…I really like this song.

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the biggest change…

December 28th, 2009 No comments

When I decided to go on my journey of losing 100lbs I did it purely for me.  I was tired of being tired.  I was tired of eating, and eating and feeling horrible.  It’s funny because now I’ve got people asking me how I did it and if I feel any different.  I feel a lot different honestly.  I can run up flights of stairs without getting winded.  Heck I can even walk up 8-12 steps without getting winded.  I have more energy.  I am proud of myself – which I haven’t been in a while.  I can see the light at the end of the tunnel – knocking off another 50-60 by summer.

So what’s the biggest change?

My wardrobe or lack of it.  I have spent the past few days doing a deep clean of the clothes I can no longer wear because they are too big.  I’ve got four 55 gallon trash bags full of clothes to give to Goodwill now.  So now my problem isn’t not having clothes because they are too small.  Now my problem is not having clothes to wear because everything is too big and needs to be thrown out.  It’s a great feeling.  I kept some things from a few years ago that I really liked and they fit pretty good back then.  Now they are baggy on me.  My clothes are the biggest change.

I’ve got enough to get me through until March I think.  March should be when I hit my second goal and can actually buy clothes for the long haul.  It will be so nice.  I am not looking forward to actually buying a whole new wardrobe either.  My rough guess is that it will be $1k-$1500 (at the least) since I’ll be buying dress clothes and everything.  Clothes are expensive.  Good thing I can do it in short bursts.

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charlie bit me: autotune

November 18th, 2009 No comments

Auto-tuning has become pretty big within the music world.  Especially within the hip-hop and R&B genres.  This video made me laugh pretty good.

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craigslist ad: after rapture pet care

September 23rd, 2008 No comments

I was emailed a link for an ad on Craigslist for an ‘after rapture pet care.’  Here’s a clip of the ad;

I am here to offer you pet care service for after the rapture. As an atheist, I will surely still be here on this earth post rapture and would love to look after your pets for a small fee and make sure they are still well taken care of after you and your family have been raptured. You will be able to look down on them from heaven and see them being well cared for by me and living happy, healthy lives. Do not let my atheism scare you! I am a moral and loving pet owner and would never do harm to any animal.

For a small deposit of only $50, you can be assured that your pets will be well cared for from the time that you are raptured until the end of their natural life. They will get adequate amounts of food, water, and shelter as well as plenty of exercise and socialization as I would imagine there will be a lot of pets that will be abandoned by Jesus the pet hater that will need to be cared for.

Really?  For only $50 you will look after my pets?  How about disruptive middle school students?

Why Christians are CHEESY

September 10th, 2008 No comments

This is why people think we are irrelevant.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car a bust?

April 22nd, 2008 No comments

I have been following Los for awhile on his blog.  He’s got some funny stories.  He just posted about his recent encounter with Enterprise Rent-A-Car.  It’s sad but so funny.  Click here to read it.  Here’s a clip;

Dear Enterprise Rent-A-Car, I am the customer who you told you would not rent a car to because I had an out of state license and a debt card.
Dear Enterprise Rent-A-Car, I am the customer who you told there was nothing you could do and to please leave.
Dear Enterprise Rent-A-Car, I am the customer who you told, had I had a GA drivers license, you would rent a car to me.

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British Airways what were you thinking?

December 19th, 2007 No comments


I just read this article on AOL’s homepage. Here’s what it says,

“On a British Airways flight from New Delhi to London, first-class passenger Paul Trinder wakes up to find the corpse of a woman who had died in the economy cabin in the seat next to him. Upon complaining, Trinder — a frequent flier who logs 200K miles per year with the airline — is told he will not be compensated and should just “get over it.”

I guess this is a whole new definition of customer service.

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