September 30, 2005
body parts for rent boob
and this one has turned up before - leaving me wondering....
space monkey strangling
Interesting things people go looking for...
September 29, 2005
Snagged from Tammi.
September 16, 2005
Frank Clewer, who was wearing a woolen shirt and a synthetic nylon jacket, was oblivious to the growing electrical current that was building up as his clothes rubbed together.
When he walked into a building in the country town of Warrnambool in the southern state of Victoria Thursday, the electrical charge ignited the carpet.
And I thought it was bad when I keep getting shocked in the winter... at least I don't start fires!
Clewer, who after leaving the building discovered he had scorched a piece of plastic on the floor of his car, returned to seek help from the firefighters.
"We tested his clothes with a static electricity field meter and measured a current of 40,000 volts, which is one step shy of spontaneous combustion, where his clothes would have self-ignited," Barton said.
"I've been firefighting for over 35 years and I've never come across anything like this," he said.
Firefighters took possession of Clewer's jacket and stored it in the courtyard of the fire station, where it continued to give off a strong electrical current.
Hmmm.... I wonder if it's possessed! Maybe we should call in the exorcists. After all they're having a convention!
September 13, 2005
So, I went browsing and came up with this picture just for Harvey... Happy Birthday dear old Blog Daddy!
However... she CAN call me and tell me funny stories. You all will have to wait though. But wouldn't you know her DSL would crash to a halt just as soon as she has something really funny to say.
September 09, 2005
When I want to smile, I know I can pretty much always head over to Eric's place and the day is a little brighter.
So here is to one of the very best people. Either in person or blogging. I'm so glad he got started and continues to entertain us. Happy Two Years and may you have many more!
September 08, 2005
I had the great pleasure of meeting her at the Bad Example Family reunion... where I ended up with a migraine - thus pretty much shooting the weekend and didn't get nearly enough time to talk to her. I read about her three boys with awe and admiration... I'd be dead - really I don't know how she does it! All in all an excellent blog sis...
Anyhow, hope you had a great day! And good luck with the camping this year!!!
Be sure to read the More About Google Moon section. And don't forget to zoom in as close as possible.
Hat Tip - blogless friend Marie.
September 07, 2005
TWO secretaries at one of Sydney's top law firms have been sacked after a catty email exchange that was circulated around the city's legal and financial district.
Allens Arthur Robinson has been rocked by the cyber brawl, which began over a missing ham sandwich and ended with one woman taunting the other for being unable to hold on to a boyfriend.
In a warning to everyone who uses email at work, Allens confirmed that Katrina Nugent and Melinda Bird had been sacked and other high-flyers were facing disciplinary action.
The trouble began last Thursday morning, when Ms Nugent sent a group email to colleagues in the firm's Sydney head office asking if anyone had stolen her lunch.
"Yesterday I put my lunch in the fridge on level 19 which included a packet of ham, some cheese slices and two slices of bread which was going to be for my lunch today," Ms Nugent wrote.
"Overnight it has gone missing and as I have no spare money to buy another lunch today, I would appreciate being reimbursed for it."
Melinda Bird fired back a terse e-mail pointing out that Ms Nugent had probably left her lunch on a different floor, and that's when the fighting words started.
Ms Nugent taunted Ms Bird for being blonde. Ms Bird replied: "Being a brunette doesn't mean you're smart, though."
Ms Nugent e-mailed her co-worker: "Let's not get person [sic] Miss Can't Keep A Boyfriend."
The email exchange was then forwarded to colleagues at Allens who copied it to rival firms.
Soon it was sweeping Sydney's offices, drawing comments from employees of Westpac, Deloitte, Macquarie Bank and JP Morgan.
They might've been alright if the email hadn't left the building... unfortunately for them it not only left the building, it became the talk of the town... not good for business!
So, next time you want to sound off at a co-worker... do it in person or on the phone. Email will get you fired!
Hat Tip Slashdot
September 06, 2005
--need to hack boyfriend's tmobile voicemail password
I wonder why...
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