Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Friday, August 21, 2009
So here are the options:
Okay not a lot of variety in these but let me know. Or if you have any new ideas let me hear them. Even yours Andrew.
Tuesday, June 09, 2009
Big day in New Prussia, last week, over Dickey’s BBQ and later a box of Krispy Kreme’s me and four other guys decided to make a movie review/critique site. We had been bashing how bad Terminator: Salvation was and decided something needed to be done about it. So far we have been averaging 60 hits a day or so which is pretty good. Anyway, as loyal members of New Prussia it is your duty to support this site. It is...
We call it Babble On 5 because there are 5 of us and we like to babble. It is also a play on words from the sci-fi show Babylon Five. I am considering moving my blog to wordpress though.
Today we have a shocking new international headline.
Kim Jong Il to Name Michelle Obama as Successor:
AP- In a shocking turn of events the aging North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il has named First Lady Michelle Obama as his apparent successor. Intelligence agencies had originally thought his third son Kim Jong Unwas a shoe in for the North Korean Premiership. In his best Engrish, Kim Jong Il addressed his nation on national radio yesterday.
“She very pretty women with many intelligence and grace. From moment Barak was elected, I know she is the one who lead us into future with that nice smile and pretty demeanor. My son, he is no good. He is the back end of donkey yes?”
Currently the First Lady is unreachable for comment as the White House scrambles to figure out how this affects their new national policy.
Anyway, with the way the entire world is fawning over the Obama’s is this really so far out of reach? I mean while I understand the extreme historical importance of his election, it is getting on my nerves the way everyone just adores him. People are acting like this is American Idol or Dancing with the Stars and the highest office of power and honor in the world. Oh well, I just had to get that out.
Catch you next time.
Monday, May 25, 2009
The time is 7:54 and I am listening to Neko Case again. Just like donuts, Super Mario Brothers, or cocaine, I just can’t get enough of her. Yeah, it’s sort of an obsession, but I am going to see her in a few weeks so I need to prepare appropriately. BTW- I have vowed to find a girl to go to this concert with. Now I’ve never been one to hold my vows to closely, and this one has not-gonna-happen written all over it. Still I am going try. I have a fallback plan too: Craigslist. Yeah you heard it, if I don’t find a date with a weak left to go, I am going on Craigslist and advertising a free ticket to any cute single chick who wants to go, cougars need not apply. So Dateline, as I am calling it, has officially begun.
I realize I fell off the blog wagon and haven’t fulfilled my obligation to write one a week. Sorry about that, I went through a little slump of boredom and despair for a short spell but fear not, much like a bad rash caused by some perverse act, I have returned.
No list today but I hope to have some maybe next time. I do have a headline though, which I haven’t done in a while.
Congress Approves Capital Losses Tax- With the government short on money due to the failing economy and no revenue from Capital Gains this year Congress has approved the Capital Losses Tax. The first tax of its kind the move taxes the amount of money investors have lost on the stock market this last year.
Addressing the senate floor, speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi stated, “This move will take millions from people who need the money so we can give it to those we deem more in need through the President’s bailout plan.”
The measure was unanimously voted in and has opened the door to more proposed legislation. In fact many on Capital Hill have begun promoting their own measures.
Senator Evan Bayh of Indiana has even gone so far as to propose a controversial Defeat Tax. Similar to the Victory Tax in World War 2 this tax would herald our continued losses in Afghanistan. Other suggestions have included a foreclosure tax, bankruptcy tax and unemployment fees.
Well gang, that is about it for now. I will catch next week, probably.
Monday, April 20, 2009
The Audacity of Hope Code - In Barak Obama’s book he secretly spells out exactly how he will win the presidency without actually telling us anything specific at all.
The Cosmopolitan Code- This magazines predicts which celebrities this year will get knocked up, married, divorced as well as how many kids Angelina Jolie will adopt and how many Eskimo Pie bars Kirstie Ally will eat.
The KFC Code- Slightly different in that it is not an actually book but rather a printed menu from KFC that actually reveals the Colonels secret recipe! Get out!
The Five People You Meet In Heaven Code- In an ironic twist this code actually reveals the eleven people you meet in hell. (Spoiler Alert: Princess Di’ is one of them.)
The Michelangelo Code: Almost as controversial as The DaVenci code, it tells of the secret lost linage of Merle Haggard.
The Lord of the Rings Code- A mysterious code that tells the true secret of the one ring, promising marriage to any nerd who deciphers the code.
The Horse Whisperer Code – Whispering was only the beginning. This code picks up where the whispers end and tells of the perverted, blasphemous acts it led too.
Mein Kompf – The code from Hitler’s infamous book actually reveals the winning numbers for the Iowa Mega Millions lotto for the week of June 11th, 2012.
Well anyways, this is your blog for the week so I hope you enjoy. Search my blog. If you find a code in it please let me know. I need all the help I can get. Later.