My husband likes to tell me that “he’s all that’s man.”
He gives me reason to doubt, however, when I ask him why he hates using rinsed-out yogurt containers as Tupperware and he responds that it’s because he can’t see through the plastic and he’s afraid of opening it up and finding mold.
Mike is a pretty thrifty dude, but even he didn’t know how good a deal he was getting when he bought new fish at the pet store the other day. Turns out, it was buy one, get seven free.
From the photo you can tell that it was a great deal, but not a particularly big deal.
OK, so I try not to be political on my blog, but have you heard about actor Steven Seagal’s recent foray into the school protection arena with the formation of a school posse plan? If not, you need to check out this article from CBSNews.com.
My favorite quote:
Arizona Democratic House Minority Leader Chad Campbell called the plan to use Seagal as an instructor “ludicrous.”
“Steve Seagal is an actor. That’s it. Why don’t we also have Clint Eastwood and Chuck Norris and Bruce Willis come out and train them too while we’re at it,” Campbell said.
Pic from Gage Skidmore on Flickr.
I purposely have all those daily Facebook announcements going to an obscure email address. Bottomline, I don’t want to read uneventful or overly personal updates.
I do still get updates from LinkedIn, which I assume will at least be useful in some professional manner.
Today’s headline from LinkedIn: “Mark Cuban: My Colonoscopy.”
Since I’m not in the colonoscoper job market, I still haven’t deduced how or why that headline would be at all relevant for me. Augh.
Tonight, sitting around the dinner table with family back in Illinois, we were discussing the finer points of bad food.
So of course lima beans came up.
Exasperated, my aunt Sally goes, “Yeah! Why do they put those in food?!”
She’s definitely got a point.
Gag. Beans de lima. Thanks to Jasonlam for the pic.
In their TV ads, ESPN does a great job of trying to make professional bowling look cool.
Note that I said, trying.
OK, so this wasn’t quite like the ESPN ads, but I think it proves my point. Pic from kevygee on Flickr.