Friday, June 27, 2008


Haven't seen that in a while since most of the buildings in my hood turned condo.

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Once a Window-licker, always a Window-licker.

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Lovin' It

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I think my stomach is shrinking.

I just had two bites of my cheeseburger, and about a dozen fries, and I'm stuffed!

I've been feeling like a heifer lately but I am actually below my target weight.

And then yesterday, I had to move up a belt loop on these pants that were kind of snug last summer.

What's the deal, yo?

I wonder if it's the summer heat.

Kind of like the opposite of packing on winter weight.

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Funkstar Deluxe - 'Saturday'

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Spinning skyscraper planned for Dubai

'New York — An Italian architect said he is poised to start construction on a new skyscraper in Dubai that will be "the world's first building in motion," an 80-story tower with revolving floors that give it an ever-shifting shape.'

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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Judge Judy vs. Amy Winehouse

Star Wars USB Hubs

Deets are here.

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DIY Mini Airplane

Spin Spin Sugar


Buy Now - 'Body Crash'

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That's weird.

My tailor just called and left me a message.

Just to say 'hey'.

It worked though, because I have been meaning to get some shirts made.

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Ay, yo. Where's my kiss, Sweet-Cheeks?

Mama Cass - 'Dream A Little Dream'

It's so weird knowing someone on a reality show.

I started going to Charlie's salon back in '95.

I even went to his wedding, which to this day, is the most stylish wedding I have ever been to.

Plus, he works with us on the magazine.

Totally a creative kid.

Nice guy too, even though I think they are making him out to be a 'Christian' a la Project Runway type.

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Pendulum - 'Propane Nightmares'

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I wish we could turn up the thermostat 4 degrees...

My office is like a walk-in freezer during the summer.

Mayor, governor strip down to save energy

'DENVER - The temperature is rising and Denver is dressing down in a bid to conserve energy.

Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper and Governor Bill Ritter were among the first to take part, by removing their ties and jackets Thursday in front of the Denver City County building.

The mayor, governor and local business leaders launched "Cool Biz." It is a new summer energy-saving program that aims to cut energy in the Denver government office buildings by raising thermostats four degrees.

Businesses throughout Denver and Colorado are also invited to participate in "Cool Biz," an initiative designed to help reduce the amount of energy needed to cool Denver's buildings during the summer.

At Thursday's press conference, Mayor Hickenlooper said city employees are invited to remain cool and comfortable throughout the summer by removing their ties, sweaters and suit jackets whenever possible and by wearing short-sleeved shirts and blouses and open-collared shirts instead.

Governor Ritter added, "Local and state governments must demonstrate every day that we are serious about conserving energy, saving taxpayer dollars and protecting Colorado's environment. Being more energy efficient and energy smart is something we all can do together."

Hickenlooper invited area businesses to join the "Cool Biz" movement. He noted two of the state's largest employers - Coors Brewing Co. and Qwest Communications - have already signed on. The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Denver Partnership have also encouraged their member businesses to participate in "Cool Biz" this summer.'

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Iron Man On The Weekends

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Does It Offend You, Yeah? - 'Epic Last Song'

Holy shmole.

I dig these guys.

Why hasn't anyone brought them to my attention before?

'Let's Make Out'

'We Are Rockstars'

'Weird Science'

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A dog's severed head maintains life with the use of an artificial heart and lungs.


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Well, it's official.....

Thanks to J'adore Joey!

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Pigeon Detectives - 'Power Of Love'

Click on Huey and The Boys for the link.

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I was reading this, and it totally reminded me of when I had to interview people back in the day at the coffee gig.

The manager always wanted me to ask candidates a few questions in addition to his interview because he thought I had a 'good take' on people.

So one of my questions was 'describe the color red to a blind person'.

If they could answer the question, they got the job.

Ha ha.

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Hello 90's!

Corona - 'Rhythm Of The Night'

This always reminds me of the season the Real World was in Miami for some reason.

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Am I just being anal....

I thought that you are supposed to clean out food containers and such before putting them in the recycle bin.

Some slobs at work throw soup cans and such with food residue still on 'em.

So do you have to clean them or not?

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New Olympic Competition For The Chinese Games

Refugee High Jump

Check out the rest at Scootersville.

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I heart Jeff.

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Today In - 'Useless Info'

A diamond is the hardest natural substance on earth, but if it is placed in an oven and the temperature is raised to about 1405 degrees Fahrenheit, it will simply vanish, without even ash remaining. Only a little carbon dioxide will have been released.

Diamonds are formed over a period of a billion or more years deep within earth's crust - about 90 miles deep and is pushed to the surface by volcanoes. Most diamonds are found in volcanic rock, called Kimberlite, or in the sea after having been carried away by rivers when they were pushed to the surface.

A diamond is 58 times harder than the next hardest mineral on earth, corundum, from which rubies and sapphires are formed. It was only during the 15th century that it was discovered that the only way to cut diamonds was with other diamonds. Yet, diamonds are brittle. If you hit one hard with a hammer, it will shatter.

The world's largest diamond was the Cullinan, found in South Africa in 1905. It weighed 3,106.75 carats uncut. It was cut into the Great Star of Africa, weighing 530.2 carats, the Lesser Star of Africa, which weighs 317.40 carats, and 104 other diamonds of nearly flawless color and clarity. They now form part of the British crown jewels.

Not all diamonds are white. Impurities lend diamonds a shade of blue, red, orange, yellow, green and even black. A green diamond is the rarest. It is not the rarest gemstone, however. That title goes to a pure red ruby. Diamonds actually are found in fair abundance; thousands are mined every year. 80% of them are not suitable for jewelry - they are used in industry. Only diamonds of higher clarity are sourced to the jewelry stores.

A diamond carat differs from a gold carat. The gold carat indicates purity - pure gold being 24 carats. One diamond carat is 0.007055 oz. The word carat derives from the carob bean. Gem dealers used to balance their scales with carob beans because these beans all have same weight.

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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Ha ha.

Mash Up!

Oddly enough....

I attended this year's Pride festivities with a bunch of straight people.

It was actually pretty mellow this year.

More pics to come, as I didn't realize I took so many photos, so it's going to be a bit before I can go through and upload the good ones.

In the meantime, enjoy this pic of a tat of Lloyd Dobler from one of the dudes in our group.

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Tears For Fears - 'Break It Down Again'

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Hubba Hubba

Friday, June 20, 2008

Too Cute

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McSteamy Goes To Prom

That's Eric Dane.

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Whoa, 90's!

Hellll-lo, 80's!





The Cranberries - 'Salvation'

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You Smell Like Dead Bunnies

Bloodhound Gang - 'Ralph Wiggum'

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Pee Wee Soundboard

And here's an even better one here.

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Let's Get Shift-Faced!

Max Ernst

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Petula Clark - 'Don't Sleep In The Subway'

So, according to Ms. Clark, she wants you to go 'Downtown', where she 'Knows A Place', but wants you to make sure you 'Don't Sleep In The Subway'.

Unfortunately, people do:

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Baby Bumps - 'I Got This Feeling'

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Don't Squeeze The Charmin

The Zutons - 'Always Right Behind You'

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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Favorite Comments Of The Day

'My mother asked me "what are the Jonas Brothers?"

She asked me the same thing about Zac Efron last year.

I didn't have a good answer for her.'


'I understand there's a fourth Jonas brother referred to as the 'Bonus Jonas.'

Which, if you repeat that really fast, sounds dirty.'

Jonas Brothers Poised To Annoy, Baffle Adults

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Is it wise to design candy/snacks that look like choking hazards Legos?

What's next?

Crackers that look like razorblades?

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I wonder if that's why they bumped up my credit limit?

I do this:

'...make two payments each month -- one just before the account's statement closing date and another just before the due date.

The first payment will reduce the balance that is reported to the credit bureaus and is used to calculate your credit scores.

The second payment ensures your account won't be marked late, since many issuers require some kind of payment between the statement closing date and the due date, even if a payment was made earlier in the billing cycle.'

9 big credit card myths

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New Condom Advertising

I'm not the world's biggest Coldplay fan...

But I heard this off the new album, and actually don't mind it.

The beginning kind of reminds me of Pink Floyd.

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I was kind of a Poindexter.

But in a good way.

C-Dawg has a post on shoes, and for some reason it brought up memories of how I used to dress in high school.

[I think it was his point about complicated Goth shoes.]

His rant on dress shoes made me remember how I rarely wore trainers to school.

I only had a pair in my locker if I had gym.

Plus, I rarely wore jeans.

I did Casual Fridays before it was even a term.

Ha ha.

Oh man, I wore button down shirts, and get this, even ties!

And not for only special occasions either.

Alex P. Keaton in da howse!

Ha ha.

I guess everyone noticed because in our Senior yearbook there are references to me and my natty threads.

In fact, I was voted 'Most Likely To Critique Celebrity Fashions', or something like that.

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Nelson - 'Love And Affection'

Ha ha.


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Cool Pics

[Click images to enlarge]

The Millennium Bridge looking up 16th Street Mall

Wider Shot

From Denver Infill

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