This stuff is funny.
I know becuase Karl told me so.
I usually don’t like those church signs that have all those “cute” sayings on them. They almost always overreach in comedy.
But Kevin points me to some funny uses of the signs in Minnesota.
I think all the stuff they have in the Star Wars universe is really cool. Light Sabers, laser guns, underwater breathing apparatus, and droids.
After watching Star Wars: Episode III, I realized there is at least one invention we have in our universe that they didn’t have back then: ultrasounds.
Finally saw Star Wars Eppisode III today.
To have no spoilers here, if you want to talk about it, leave a comment and we’ll carry on there.
I had to get blood drawn yesterday. I know it’s not a big deal, but for some reason I’m a part of that small portion of society that has a hard time with it. Though I’ve never passed out, I often get flushed and feel faint.
So yesterday as I’m lying there complaining that I have a hard time with it, the nurse tries to comfort me with story. She once was working with a big guy who had tattoos all over his arm. When she stuck him for the blood draw, he passed out.
I figure that’s how he ended up with his entire arm covered in tattoos instead of just a “I love Mom” tattoo.
Now this is uber
From the Skype blog they show us how to make a phone for Skype.
Why does Wall Street use bulls and bears to describe how the market is doing? Digital Inspiration tells us:
No one’s quite sure how the two animals came to symbolize the market, but there are a few theories floating around…
I found their stories interesting. What’s yours?
Seventh Graders in North Carolina were asked this question on a state exam:
If a football team’s first six plays of a drive are a 6-yard loss, a 3-yard gain and a 2-yard loss, a 7-yard gain, a 12-yard gain and a 4-yard gain, what is it’s average gain per play?
Anyone else see a problem with this question?