A new take on those "Wash Me" notes found on the windshields of cars
I'd like a nice Monet, please.
If you're concerned about possible velociraptor incursions into your neighborhood, you should bookmark this site. I've printed it out and posted copies all around the house, one can never be too prepared. I found the illustration to be particularly helpful.
I downloaded all the aired episodes of Heroes onto my iPod - bought the season pass so I can watch all of them as they come on. (Yes, I could watch them on the NBC website or use my TiVo, I just wanted to put them on the iPod and be in control of what I watch and when I watch it. I haven't been allowed to touch the TV remote in years. Ok, that's a bit of an exaggeration)
The tiny screen isn't as bad as I thought it would be and I'm listening through speakers so the sound is ok, too. This is a really well done show. A bit gory in parts - I won't spoil anything, but if you have trouble with shows like CSI, well, this can be every bit as bad.
There has been a lot of chatter about the "suspicious devices" in Boston that turned out to be promos for a Adult Swim cartoon Aqua Teen Hunger Force. My favorite quote of the day about it all was in the CNN article "In addition, the Pentagon said U.S. Northern Command was monitoring the situation from its headquarters in Colorado Springs, Colorado, but said none of its units were sent to assist." Seeing that the "threat" was an ultra sophisticated, (ages 4 and up) Lite-Brite type display, it's no wonder NORAD didn't go on high alert.
Perhaps the Doomsday Clock should also be moved a minute closer to midnight as well - Lord knows, Hasbro has seen to it that there's quite a proliferation of the infernal devices out there.
Better yet, is there a Dimwit Clock out there that measures how closer to complete idiocy the city leaders in Boston and representatives of Homeland Security have gotten with their responses?
And to top it off...by tomorrow will there be anyone left who doesn't know who Master Shake, Frylock and Meatwad are?