Archive for September, 2011

Cargo? Clutch!

25th September 2011 by admin No Comments

  I noticed today Target is having a sale on “casual cargo shorts.” You know, as opposed to the more formal cargo shorts I wear with my shirt and tie, or the really nice cargo shorts that go with my tux for weddings. — Reid Kerr always likes pockets, as long as they don’t have […]

The Great Nana Clearance Sale

23rd September 2011 by admin No Comments

Hurry! Barnes and Noble is having a clearance sale on grandmothers, and they’re almost sold out. — Reid Kerr prefers to purchase his grandparents on EBay for greater selection, although the shipping is outrageous.   Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to […]

The Golden Ticket

18th September 2011 by admin No Comments

Winning the lottery is harder than I thought it was going to be. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

Viral Warfare

12th September 2011 by admin No Comments

The touching story of a man, a computer, and a virus checker gone wrong.

NFL: My AFC Predictions

9th September 2011 by admin No Comments

AFC East New England (14-2) – With the addition of Chad Ochocinco and Albert Haynesworth, Bill Belichick has officially gone from “acquiring talent” to “dumpster diving.” New York (13-3) – The Jets signed Plaxico Burress in the offseason, which is good news for Jets fans. Statistically speaking, Burress is much more likely to shoot someone […]

NFL: My NFC Predictions

9th September 2011 by admin No Comments

NFC East Philadelphia (12-4) – The Eagles look to improve offensively this year by calling that play more often where DeSean Jackson scores a touchdown from eighty yards away, and will rely less on the play where he drops an open pass right in his hands. Dallas (8-8) – Last year, the Cowboys defense set […]

One At A Time

8th September 2011 by admin No Comments

I like people. I really do. Individually, I find people fascinating. Their individual looniness and quirks give me hope. However, groups of people lead me to be in favor of forced euthanasia with a rusty meat hook. I hate groups of people. Yeah, if you’ve got more than one person you agree with, chances are […]