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Friday, May 06, 2005

Talk about having...

a profetic name.

You'd think someone like this would avoid this type of stuff.

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Why did I never hear of ...

this college before?

Is that why the mob has turned to this?

Why do law abiding citizens miss all the good stuff?

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Freaky Fact Friday.

Did you know the expression O.K. came from the Presidential election of 1840?
The democratic candidate, Martin Van Buren, was nicknamed "The Wizard of Kinderhook" after a Hudson Valley village called "Old Kinderhook," Van Buren's Birthplace. Because of this village and their candidates nickname, one of the Democratic groups formed to support Van Buren in New York City called itself "The Democratic O.K. Club." Other Democratic supporters then picked up the term O.K. as a sort of slogan, Democratic hooligans even used it as a war-cry when the attempted to harass and breakup meetings of the Whig party.
Soon after the phrase caught on generally as a synonym for being "All Right", because an O.K. candidate, was a good one, according to the Democrats.


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Someone's building a collection...

Or just has a strange advertising method.

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Thursday, May 05, 2005

At least she knows...

he didn't cheat.

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Maybe this band...

should move to Norway.
I hear they have freer artisic expression there.

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Moving to Norway...

doesn't sound so bad.
I could really appreciate art there.

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Our President...

has a sence of humor.

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Wednesday, May 04, 2005

It's hard being...

a browns fan, with players like this, that never seem to learn.

Hat tip to Michael at Dawghouse for cueing me into this story.

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I'm guessing...

this lady didn't get the job.

Boy, talk about a bad day.
Maybe not as bad as hers,
but a bad day none the less.

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India seems to...

Have a problem.
Maybe they should take a hint from these guys.

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Ever Wonder Wednesday

Ever wonder why we say a person who gives in is said to "Knuckle Under"?
Well I found out that originally, a "knuckle" was any joint in the body, and in this saying the knuckle refered to was the knee. So when you "Knuckled Under" It meant that you fell to your knees in defeat.

So now you know.

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Smokers Beware...

Now your cars may not be safe.
Well in Europe at least.

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Not All Good Samaritans...

Are Helpful...Really.

This is the strangest story I've heard today.

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Somebody is a big fan...

of the Yankees, or just really likes blue hats.

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Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Our kids are getting...

smarter earlier.

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Here we go...


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Monday, May 02, 2005

This town is...

very angry.
What did they do? Host this.
Or maybe they have citizens like this.
Who knows.

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This guy...

Will do almost anything.

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Isn't this a sign...

of the apocalypse?

Along with this, this, and this?

Maybe not.

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Sunday, May 01, 2005


A motorist was on trial for hitting a pedestrian.

The motorist's lawyer made this point:
"Your honor, my client has been driving for over
thirty years."

To which the lawyer for the plaintiff retorted:
"Your honor, if we are going to judge this case by
experience, may I remind you that my client has
been walking for over fifty years."

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