Monthly Archives: August 2005
Damn you, Burger King.
Whoa. The new Burger King ad campaign is actually pretty darn cool. They have mindless rock music, some cool music videos (which are basically ads for the new Chicken Fingers but are still groovie), and the band they’ve made up … Continue reading
Make Love! The Bruce Campbell Way
by Bruce Campbell Sadly, this is nowhere near as awesome as his first book If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B-Movie Actor, which was awesome. But his tale of an A-list movie taken over by a B-movie virus is … Continue reading
A very, very messed-up shirt.
The ultimate Harry Potter spoiler shirt. Do NOT VIEW if you haven’t read Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and don’t want to be spoiled. I bought a different spoilery tshirt (spoiler warning applies to this too, though not quite … Continue reading
A really big ad
This beer ad is awesome.
by Gregory Maguire Wow. I read this after seeing the musical it inspired, and that was definitely the way to go. This is a fascinating retelling of The Wizard of Oz and although I found it ultimately unsatisfying because of … Continue reading
Wow. I totally adore Lands’ End.
Lands’ End. Not only do they make custom jeans but they still have my measurements and everything in my profile so I can just reorder my last pair. What makes this even cooler is that I ordered that pair of … Continue reading
How Not To Make Me Ex-Gay is a beautiful response to the horrible letters a gay blogger receives. Seriously. This guy is amazing. I don’t know if I would have the serenity to frame that kind of eloquent response if … Continue reading
Now, this is an interesting idea. Rich has set up a Flickrpedia, a visual encyclopedia of things in his life. Hm. I am now seriously tempted to do this. But then the question becomes, how personal do I get with … Continue reading
Man.I am turning into SUCH a gardening geek! I got a catalog from DutchBulbs.com and am SMITTEN. Check out these beauties which can grow in my area!
Holy crap, Sars really IS the best evar.
For the second time now, I have half-written a long, complicated email to Sars for her advice column only to figure out exactly what I ought to do before finishing it. That’s some impressive advice-giving Chi right there.