If you’re an avid blogger, prolific article author, guru of some forum, etc., then check out Community Credit at http://www.community-credit.com. You can earn points for each answer, article and activity; at the end of the month, those with the most points win swag. This month’s grand prize is the very cool Projector Keyboard:
We’re getting a new Chili’s here in Butler, and trust me, that’s pretty big news in this small town. The pepper went up this week, and my mouth is watering. The general contractor is from Ohio, but the excavators and pavers are local companies. Thanks for that, Chili’s, I know you’ll get a lot of business from this town, and we appreciate the support back. Now, if you ever need flowers, call that nice shop practically across the street…
Spammers are annoying, but the incompetent ones make me laugh:
Now playing: Georgia Satellites – Battleship Chains
Very cool: http://television.aol.com/in2tv
AOL is streaming episodes of classic TV shows for free. Shows include Wonder Woman, Eight is Enough, V, Perfect Strangers, and more. So far, only select episodes are available from each series, with more to come according to AOL.
My friend Cathy Rulloda from Avante Gardens had an interesting promotion this Valentine’s Day–they replaced orders of disappointed Proflowers customers, for free. Complete with pictures, she shows what a rip-off Proflowers really is when you compare it to real florists. Check out the full post at http://floristblogs.com/blogs/avant_gardens/archive/2006/02/18/88.aspx.
My search referrals are filling up with this, for a smattering of reasons. To make it easy, hereâ€™s the answer in one spot:
The song in the Saturn commercial is â€œHomeâ€ from his â€œCarencroâ€ CD. This is the commercial where the sides of the buildings fold down for the Vue. The rest of the albumn is good, but this song is different from the rest. If you want it in iTunes, click the link below on a machine that has iTunes loaded. If you want the whole album via Amazon, click on the album cover.
BTW â€“ Carencro is his hometown in Louisiana.
Now playing: Marc Broussard – Home
Click here for the album at Amazon
The Seahawks took the field to The Verve’s “Bittersweet Symphony”, while the
Steelers took the field to Fat Boy Slim’s “Right Here, Right Now”. What
could be more bittersweet than making it to The Big Game, and then losing?
That was obviously a subliminal message to the Stepford referees as to which
team should win the game. Gillette was in on it, too. See,
Proctor & Gillette needs a new commercial for its new razor, and Hasselbeck
wasn’t as likely a candidate for a shave as Roethlisberger
I love my hometown of Louisville, KY (a.k.a., Louavull), and I love my
adopted hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. The Louisville Courir-Journal’s RSS
feeds helop me stay in touch with the news back home, and today’s issue had a
great article on one member of the Steelers Nation, and his lucky leg:
Four weeks ago, in the first round of the playoffs, Pittsburgh trailed
Cincinnati 17-7 in the second quarter. Gray decided to kick-start the Steelers
with his prosthetic leg — the one with the Steelers helmet on the shin.
“I just popped it off and started banging on the table with it,” Gray
said. “Everybody was like, ‘What is that?’ I said, That’s my lucky leg!’
But why does our man have a prosthetic leg festooned with Steelers logos?
“I was thinking about getting a Steelers tattoo,” Gray said, “but I was
like, I need a new leg anyway, so why not get a Steeler leg? That’ll kill two
birds. I’ll have a tattoo and a leg — and I won’t have to worry about the
pain of the tattoo.”
You have to appreciate the thought process, there.
Full article at http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060203/FEATURES/602030329/1011/rss05.
I would claim that the image says it all, but I’m not quite sure what it’s saying…
Now playing: Southern Culture On The Skids – Galley Slave