Archive for March 2005

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The Big One II Cells – The Servant It was a dark and stormy night. Cue lightning. Or snow. Wait does snow make a sound? This is off to a bad start. It was icy as shit on Friday. Better. Two young boys were on their way to their usual game of Friday night basketball, […]

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I forgot to post this last week. Seriously, someone’s going to have to fill me in.

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Just Passing Through Runaway Train – Soul Asylum I thought it only fair that since I haven’t been enjoying any actual life experiences, whatever those are, that I share some of my TV viewing experiences with you. It’s the only fair reward for your years of loyal readership. No need to thank me. I’ll bold […]

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I got dragged along by my parents to go shop at T&T this past weekend, and it seems like an adventure everytime I go. Take for instance, these bizarre products that seem to mirror my supporting cast – Jess, Big AL, and of course MaxSnax of Ajax. It’s uncanny.

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Another trailer that will make you swear off the most sacred forms of intimacy in reverence of this movie. More “Cells” Goodness! Addendum: Direct link now! Just right click and do the save as thang.

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Public Service Announcement Invisible Touch – Genesis Seeing as how the site has devolved (evolved?) into a series of posts about curling and Russian skull fucking and we have guys named Kendall on our tagboard, I thought it was time that I at least say why I haven’t posted in about two weeks, which is […]

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All I have to offer you is this gem: Enjoy.

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Third-place finish may suffice at Brier Canadian Press EDMONTON — Finishing third at the 2005 Canadian men’s curling championship may not sound like a crowning achievement but it might just be good enough for a team with Olympic dreams. Five-time Brier champion Randy Ferbey of Alberta and Newfoundland’s Brad Gushue already have berths in December’s […]

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Some horrible, terrifying links for you today. – 100 year-old, 23 pound lobster caught in Atlantic Ocean. I have no idea how he ended up in Pittsburg though. I, for one, welcome our new giant, immortal crustacean overlords. For he is truly the destroyer of worlds. EDIT: – Okay, nevermind. He’s dead. – Miss McDonald. […]

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March has come! Time for some links. – Here are The 24 Greatest 24 Moments. I swear to God, do not click this link if you have never seen 24, even if you never plan to. I will be a monkey’s uncle before I allow this site to spoil glorious 24‘s awesomeness. In my professional […]

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