Saturday, December 10, 2005

Generic Response in an Internet-based Argument

That's not what I said. You completely misinterpreted my comments and took them out of context. Next time, read the whole thing before responding. I'm not even going to bother clarifying my argument because you obviously lack the intellectual capacity to grasp these concepts. There is absolutely no way that the intent of my words could have been lost due to the absence of vocal inflection or body language to clue you in to when I was being sarcastic and when I was being serious. The way I phrased it is perfectly clear to me, so the deficiency must be at your end. Now, go away, or I shall taunt you a second time.

Friday, December 09, 2005

Where's My Snow?

I was promised snow, dang it! Three to six inches! I was up past midnight last night, and it still hadn't started snowing when I went to bed. By the time my alarm went off, the snow was over. Not quite two inches fell. Rip off! I wanted to get off work today (and they so would have closed if 6 inches had fallen). But no! [grumble, grumble]

Quote of the Day - December 9, 2005

Kent: You will rue the day!
Chris Knight: "Rue the day"? Who talks like that?

- Real Genius

Battlestar Galactica Kids

Hehe. I saw this and just had to share. Swiped from this week's pixel challenge.

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Quote of the Day - December 8, 2005

Let me tell you sonny... let me set you straight
You kids today ain't never had it rough
Always had everything handed to you on a silver plate
You lazy brats think nothing's good enough

Well, nobody ever drove me to school when it was ninety degrees below
We had to walk buck naked through forty miles of snow
Worked in the coal mines twenty two hours a day for just half a cent
Had to sell my internal organs just to pay the rent

When I was your age. When I was your age
When I was your age. When I was your age

- When I was Your Age by "Weird Al" Yankovic

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Quote of the Day - December 6, 2005

We meet again, Mr. Anderson... I mean, Aragorn.

- Elrond, Lord of the Rings: Return of the King Puppet Theatre

More Fun with Picture and Sound

Well, Angry Alien has posted "A Christmas Story" re-enacted by bunnies (and Christiana beat me to it). And, while I'm posting hurmorous picture and sound files. There's always "Tom Cruise Goes to the Dark Side" and Kaaaahn! (Sorry, guys. "Ninja Wizards" appears to be broken.)

Oh, and here's a new one. A rockin' Christmas lights show!

Debate Wars

Staw Wars dialogue + Vice Presidential debate = scary.

Sunday, December 04, 2005

I... am a sports announcer. And this is a football game.

(view of camera pointed at the coach of the team currently losing). That... is the face of a football coach. And he is not happy to be losing this game. What they're going to need to do is score more points and get ahead of the other team. And in order to score, they need to get the football into the end zone. The quarterback will either have to pass the ball or hand it off to someone who can run. Or he can run himself. Whatever happens, they need to score more points if they want to win this game.

The many inflections of "Dude"

No, this isn't about Hurley on Lost. I can't remember if I posted this at the end of last television season, but it came up in conversation today (yesterday? this waking period), so I'm posting it now. It's a link to the final page of the recap of Alias' season finale. The closing scene is described on this page, followed by a transcript of a telephone conversation that happened between the recapper and a different recapper approximately one second after it ended. You don't have to have seen the finale, or ever watched Alias, to find humor in this conversation. But you should probably find shocked swearing humorous. Because, dude! Without further ado, the final scene of last season's Alias finale, dude.