February 27, 2006

This just in

Actually, it isn't, but I just got around to noticing it: our good old Suburban mistress is expecting a new playmate for Spiderman.

I'll offer the following as an excuse: when a favorite blogger stops posting for a while, I'll stop by the site weekly for a while, then I'll simply forget to check in, assuming that life happens and that hey, I'll check in again. Of course, I then forget to check in again. It seems that I've missed a couple of months of posts. Whoops. Anyway, go and wish her well, especially with her newfound food cravings. I vividly remember my wife's second pregnancy, so I can empathize with two words: ice cream. All you men out there with pregnant wives would be well advised to remember those words.

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February 22, 2006

This is certainly good news

Annie, via Jennifer and Cassandra, posted her answer to this question: "What was the #1 song in the U.S.A. the day you were born?" It turns out that my song is "Walk Like a Man". I'm justnot certain whether the title was prescient(I've been upright for years) or merely suggestive. After all, many women have accused me of dragging my knuckles, so it's not too off base.

What was your #1 song?

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February 16, 2006

I took some steps, too

Harvey started something with this post, wherein he asks people to tell him the very first word in his or her first blog post. My first post pretty much sucked; things went downhill from there. Be that as it may, here is the first blog body word from my very first post: "Well"

What was your's?

FYI: Read quickly, as you will be auto-forwarded back to this blog in about 30 seconds.

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February 14, 2006

I'm a bit surprised

I really thought that DS9 would be #1:

You scored as Babylon 5 (Babylon 5). The universe is erupting into war and your government picks the wrong side. How much worse could things get? It doesnâ??t matter, because no matter what you have your friends and youâ??ll do the right thing. In the end that will be all that matters. Now if only the Psi Cops would leave you alone.

Babylon 5 (Babylon 5)

88%

Deep Space Nine (Star Trek)

81%

Millennium Falcon (Star Wars)

75%

Serenity (Firefly)

75%

Galactica (Battlestar: Galactica)

69%

SG-1 (Stargate)

69%

Nebuchadnezzar (The Matrix)

56%

Enterprise D (Star Trek)

56%

Moya (Farscape)

56%

FBI's X-Files Division (The X-Files)

44%

Andromeda Ascendant (Andromeda)

44%

Bebop (Cowboy Bebop)

38%

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February 06, 2006

I question the validity

Via Bane comes the quiz whose results are listed below:




You Are 40% Weird



Normal enough to know that you're weird...

But too damn weird to do anything about it!

Only 40%? Umm, no. Not even freakin' close.

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