truss points out the
boston herald article on the t-heart attack story, which provides a few
element. coming later this year from honda.
what made my day, case 44 in a series. 40
hall of famers draft a letter imploring baseball to avoid a strike.
the speed trap exchange. with
lists of speed traps in the US. [via fark]
you have got to be kidding me, case 15 in a series. With
heart attack victim aboard, T train stops twice. moral of the story?
don't ever get sick on the t. i can't even begin to explain how angry this
makes me. . . more
steinbrenner, sexist pig. [via anne]
PIE! [via tara]
another faboo song from falcon ridge: eric schwartz, who da bitch now?
remember the other day when i said how cool it'd be if the bud
light radio commercials were on line somewhere? well, i found them.
here's a more extensive
listing, but it's text only.
hey! you! outta the pool! case 3 in a series. angelina
wants billy bob to give her blood back because she's afraid he's going to
put a curse on her. um. yeah. [via fark]
to love Big Brother: George W. Bush channels George Orwell. i've been
saying this for months. [via fark]
from legoland. i so want to go. [via fark]
days in september. a chronology of events in the 10 days after sept 11,
another strike against the catholic church. abortion
is a worse crime than child sexual abuse, according to archbishop george
pell. [via fark]
so, i wander over to jen's very big blog and read
post. after the first sentence, i think "i bet she's going to pennsic."
and i read on to discover that is indeed where she's going. i've not been,
but i have many many friends who go. small world, six degrees, all that.
progress, players likely to strike Aug. 16. great. [via truss]
the yankees. sounds like a fine idea to me. [via chia]
Doodles. featuring handcrafted dolls and air fresheners. more items will
be added in the future.
i had the great pleasure of spending the weekend at the falcon ridge folk festival, where
i sat, read, ate, and listened to music. it was delightful. some of my
favorites included. . .
+ da vinci's
notebook. faboo. two of their albums were produced by richard bob
greene, which is not really at all suprising. they'll be in massachusetts at
club passim on sept 12 and at the iron horse music hall in northampton on
+ eddie from ohio, who i
had heard much about but never heard their music till this weekend. they'll
be in garner massachusetts on sept 6.
+ chris smither. new orleans
blues guitar with a voice to match. he'll be in fall river, massachusetts on
williams. we only caught the tail end of his set, but heard him a few
more times over the weekend. arlington, massachusetts on sept 8.
+ greg brown. the man
just released his 20th album. somerville, mass on nov 16.
+ rhonda vincent and the
rage. bluesgrass and blueberry muffins. somerville on nov 21.
+ trina hamlin.
bridgewater, mass on august 10.
+ zoë lewis.
she lives in p-town, so you can hear her often in mass.
[junk mail of the day, that left me wondering "how the hell
did i wind up on *this* mailing list?!?"]
we have reserved in your name a free issue of ANGELS ON
EARTH, an inspiring magazine about God's messengers and their work in
the world. . .
jim caple comments on espn's sports survey
henry releases handwritten note saying ted agreed to be frozen. good
god. [via heather]
the national safety council's odds of dying. [via signal vs.noise]
Net Users Try to Elude the Google Grasp. yup. [via
you have got to be kidding me, case 14 in a series. fast food
"'The parties are advised to chill,'
Judge Kozinski wrote." [via fark]
revelation of the day. this shirt does, in fact, make me look
ok, that was painful.
i heart bud light's "men of genius" radio commercials. they amuse
me greatly. i heard the "nudist colony activities coordinator" one on the way
back from lunch today. brilliant. i wonder if there is an on-line archive of
them that you can download. . . [note that i do not heart bud
light. just the radio commercials. thankyouverymuch.]
olay has a new product called ohm. this amuses me.
recipes and such. cookbooks
online [via jess]
it is apparently "all baseball all morning!" here at the eventual
gallery of the ted williams tribute. article.
williams article and photo
espn page 2's 10
most shocking moments in baseball.
jim caple with Baseball's
worst moments: painful memories.
advertising artwork of dr. seuss. [via 50 cups]
things you don't know about women. [via fark]
minute speeches. [speech link via signal vs. noise]
breakout comedy hit: connie chung tonight [via fark]
torii hunter! you just got hit by a pitch. what do you do? throw it
back, of course. this cracks me up. this mlb
article has some additional info and is a little more complete.
hey! you! outta the pool! case 2 [really? only case 2?] in
a series. kid
breaks into zoo after hours, scaling two 8 foot fences and one 4 foot fence
to pet the snow leopard. needs 500 stiches. parents may sue zoo for "failing
to properly secure and police the zoo after hours." [via fark. imagine my surprise when it turned out
to be a story from my hometown newspaper. . . ]
yahoo changes your
and in response to questions raised about yesterday's rant, there
is really no news to report. ok?
plans for rebuilding the wtc site released.
monkey law. on-line
so, i was reading this article about the difficulties of buying a bridal gown, which lead
me to poke around at bridesave.com, where i came across their
tips page, where they make note of leaving your
ring at home, which brings me to my little ring rant. where did this
"rule" of bigger = better come from? bigger just means that the guy is
further in debt. i remember reading somewhere that the guy should pay about
2 months' salary on the ring. what the hell?!? there are so many other
things i'd rather spend that sort of money on. you know, like a house. just
give me something beautiful and tasteful that i don't have to worry about
constantly getting caught in my hair or on my clothes, since i actually tend
to move around over the course of a day, and i'll be a happy girl.
now that the play is over, maybe i can get some sleep. aaaaah
biker billy cooks with
ok, weird. tonight's
20/20 will expose media hype.
and bud being sued over all star
game tie. [via fark]
new drug let's you go 40 hrs without sleep.
gets it's first krispy kreme. surprisingly, it's not going to be
[shamless plug] don't forget! The Complete History of America
(Abridged). Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm. $5. [cheaper than a
movie!] Alden Hall on the WPI Campus, 100 Institute Road, Worcester MA.
earth 911: environmental
information and where to recycle. faboo resource.
i like being here
on the ted williams body battle.
tv to air the Osbournes - uncensored. [via fark]
a quite fantastic commentary on the
all-star game. by wil wheaton.
note to self. Web Page
Reconstruction with CSS. [via zeldman's daily report]
pussycat? why, the design, of course!
some articles on the all star [not really a] game.
sports illustrated's tom verducci
+ by espn's
+ "baseball told the fans to go to hell and called the game
after 11 innings with the score tied 7-7"
speaking of baseball. . . let's chat for a moment about the
tedwilliamssicle issue. first of all, it says right in his will to
creamate him. and that's going to be ignored so that someone can freeze him
for future cloning?!? even if we ignore the can it even work issue, this is
ridiculous. let the man be a legend. don't demean that by making more of him
in the future. and respect his damn wishes!
especially for steve. how to get britney to
call. [via fark]
the yankeessuck are screwing up baseball.
codes listed in numerical order. [still looking for a site that
will allow me to enter an area code and it spits back what time it is at
this is so beautiful. . . "The
Portland Beavers, the Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, are
sponsoring 'Arthur Andersen Appreciation Night'"
well then. this is
certainly not encouraging. . .
picture of an absolutely beautiful crop
oh for the love of
god [beep!] pledge guy has
more in store.
bug spray is most effective?
ahh, my eye!
watch your fingers
if anyone lives in the massachusetts area and has no plans for
later in the week, come on out to worcester to see The Complete History
of America (Abridged). Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8pm. $5.
[cheaper than a movie!] Alden Hall on the WPI Campus, 100 Institute Road,
"have you ever seen monkey brains?"
Music Industry Unveils New Piracy-Proof Format. [via backup brain]
raise your hand if ew, case 12 in a series. "Investigators
are trying to figure out if a Texas medical school employee sold body parts
from people who willed their bodies to science."
scary. "A man
believed to be the stepson of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein was arrested
Wednesday in Miami on a visa violation, according to the Immigration and
Naturalization Service." and why was he here? to attend flight school.
pick the best barbecue grill.
jesus christ. Music
Labels Plant Online Decoys, Mull Lawsuits.
Presidents Did On the Fourth of July. hip. [via /usr/bin/girl]
what made my day, case 43 in a series. catching slight of myself
in the mirror and thinking, "hey! i look pretty good today!"
britney will not appear on buffy next
season. apparently, sarah michelle gellar nixed it herself. [via xine]
ray brown dies at 75.
sculptures. made out of lego. [via fark]
new restaurant opens. "Britney named Nyla after her, like, two favorite
places in the world, New York (the 'NY') and her home state of Louisiana
shopping. louisiana products at CajunGrocer.com. they have cane
syrup. and zatarain's. oh dear god so good. [via meri]
+ massachusetts movers
+ gentle giant
+ monster movers
+ paul w. taylor moving
+ tobin and sons
+ magnum moving and
evangeline made. a
tribute to cajun music.
the 2002 5k entries are
days of cellphones ringing during plays, concerts and films may be numbered
because Japanese scientists have developed a high-tech material that absorbs
microwave radio signals." yay!
Reasons Why Men Put Off Marriage.
Stewart's tips for gracious big-house living. [via steph]
mass pike toll
increases go into effect today.
for those unaware. . . postal rates went up
slowly transitioning to style sheets. . .