There’s no ninja like an office ninja
Gods feelin’ happy
Life before Google
He wore just the wrong Eagle shirt
My kind of cat
Contra vs Tetris
Calvin and Jobs
“Love is like a water park”
Zach Anner fooling around with Dennis Quaid. If you’re not familiar with Zach, he’s a comedian with cerebral palsy.
The new i-phone
Watch a deaf 8-year-old hear for the first time.
Another great roommate
Future warn past
Needed: An Apple douchebag
Weightlifter tries to squat 1008 lbs., projectile vomits on judge, passes out
Bon Voyage y’all!
See if you can balance the budget. I got it done by 2020, but I would never get re-elected.
The loss of Perkins is big. I put the Celtics chances at 40%.
Halftime Update: Okay, maybe 50%! I love a good defensive struggle. And it’s nice that the refs haven’t made any egregious calls.
Nothing goes out of style in Japan
The University of television
Ozzy Osbourne scares people at the wax museum
I’m not going to cry
Kobe reacting to Chris Rock
A personal letter from Steve Martin
Ridiculous overreactions by sports parents
Who’s at the door HoverCat?
That newspaper article seems kind of familiar…
Luckiest bike rider
Scarred for life
Non-handicapped woman gets ticketed for using handicapped space. Sues city, because her poor arm hurt.
Fan catches baseball in beer cup, chugs it and balances ball.
Inspiration from Bruce Lee
Want ads: Unemployed are not eligible. Unbelievable.
A handful of nice nice nice reviews of Sex and the City 2.
Now that is a crater
Very neat paint commercial
How laws get made, modern edition
The cancerous impact of smoking: Every 3 cigarettes is a genetic mutation
It’s been over 10 years, but I still get sad thinking about Peanuts ending. Charles Schulz died on the same day his last strip was published.
Increasing numbers of homeowners figure instead of fighting foreclosure, they should just maximize the time they can live rent free. The average foreclosure takes 438 days to finalize, 14 months of zero rent rent.
Screw ’em all. You signed the loan papers. The bank didn’t force a pen in your hand. Maybe they were deceptive, but maybe they weren’t. Maybe you were an idiot. Being an idiot isn’t good. And now you’ve decided to go a step further, and just be a liar and a cheater.
It may be a rational step for some, but you can’t feel good about the ridiculous logic and complete lack of morality. The featured couple in the article is taking weekend trips and hitting the casino.
But the couple also refinanced at the height of the market, taking out cash to buy a truck they used as a contest prize for their hired animal trappers. It was a stupid move by their lender, according to Mr. Pemberton. “They went outside their own guidelines on debt to income,” he said. “And when they did, they put themselves in jeopardy.”
Did they really say it was a stupid move by their lender!? How delusional do you have to be to think that? It was a stupid move by you! And you don’t get to throw out a deal because you think the other side shouldn’t have offered it. Too late. The time to bring that up was before you shook hands.
If it was just between the borrowers and lenders I would care so much. But it’s not. My tax money is subsidizing all this garbage. The people who bought houses they could afford don’t get government money. We get higher tax bills to bail out all the morons. Fantastic.