• Archive for January 5th, 2005

    The bowtie wearing dick has been set free from CNN…

    by  • 1/5/2005 • humor, life • 0 Comments

    CNN Lets ‘Crossfire’ Host Carlson Go I’m sure that there’s a slot open for him over at Fox News; Tucker’s such a fair and balanced journalist that he’d fit in well at O’Reilly’s right hand. I’m sure that The Daily Show will be saying something about THIS tonight. The bow-tied wearing conservative pundit got into […]

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    Dirty pool…

    by  • 1/5/2005 • angst, life, work • 0 Comments

    Jeremy has just been fired for blogging… or more correctly ?divulging company secrets in a public space.” It seems a little petty and vindictive on the surface, seeing as he was going to be leaving shortly anyhow. I have to say, Jeremy, that it’s worth fighting if they’re not giving you specifics. I mean, exactly […]

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    Whoring again…

    by  • 1/5/2005 • angst, geek, meta---ging • 0 Comments

    What the hell… Nominating myself in the 2005 Bloggies just for kicks… Only the top 50 nominees in each category make it past the first round, so both of you that read this should go nominate me if you’re voting anyhow and have a blank spot to fill in any of these categories; Best-Kept-Secret Weblog […]

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    How to Be a Villain

    by  • 1/5/2005 • humor, life • 0 Comments

    I just found this link on Angie’s site; So You’ve Decided to be Evil Congratulations on your decision to join the forces of darkness! Evil always needs more tools… I mean… agents… for its unholy army of the night, and by joining now you can rest assured that your remaining years will be spent pursuing […]

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    Tsunami aid list…

    by  • 1/5/2005 • life • 1 Comment

    While I don’t imagine that Anders is going to have any trouble reaching his donation cap based on a $1 per blogger posting this list, but here’s his list in the event that without it, he’d only hit 499 trackbacks. International aid organizations: UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund) United Nations’ World Food Programme Medecins Sans […]

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