Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Saturday, August 26, 2006
Let me introduce myself to you before i go further; I am MR.MARCELL DAMBA FREEMAN the SON of Late MR.DAMBA K. FREEMAN who was recently murdered in the land dispute in Zimbabwe. Before the suden death of my father, he foresees the looming danger in Zimbabwe and decided to make a deposite of his money woth of $22.3 Million (Twenty Two Million Three Hundred Thousand United States Dollars) in disgusie as consignment in a box with a security company. And he was forced to disclose this to me alone as his first son.
i got to thinking about these scams and found this site. this guy tries to scam the scammer. it's funny stuff.
Friday, August 25, 2006
bye bye, Pluto.
then i found the story of this MAN carried his mutated twin inside his body for 36 years.
Wednesday, August 23, 2006
but i am missing boston legal. can't wait for that to premiere. and i'm somewhat interested in this studio 60 and heroes. we'll see.
Labels: tv and movies
Monday, August 21, 2006
Lydia Fairchild couldn't prove her kids were her own through a simple DNA test. She fought in court to keep her children. Finally, doctors told her she had a rare disorder, chimera.
Sunday, August 20, 2006
* she refers to herself as littler, or smaller, noting mentally that it is a relative term.
Friday, August 18, 2006
You've done a good job changing with the times, but deep down, you're still the same person. You're clothes, job, and friends may have changed some - but it hasn't changed you.
this sucks. i cannot believe that i have done this. yes, sometimes i am a bit messy, but organized, and never one to loose something so important. i always know where everything is. [insert some awful screeching sound here.]
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
Tuesday, August 15, 2006
Do you own a gun? no
What's your favorite Christmas song? i hate christmas songs.
Have you ever done ecstasy? no
Do you like the rain? very much
What do you smell like? coconut
Do you have ADD.? no
Full initials? JMH
Can you spell? yes
Do you own slippers? no
Do you burn or tan? tan
Would you give up your current life to be a pirate? no
What songs do you sing in the shower? whatever's on the shower radio
What song did you last hear? pink houses by john mellencamp [it's on now]
then, once in my car, i discover the radio in my car doesn't work [see previous post].
after work i made a trip to the DMV [cause that's always fun.] when i renewed my registration online, they mailed me the card, but not the decals for the plates. and because they made a mistake, i had to go down there, wait forever in line, and pay a dollar.
then i decide to take my daughter shopping, just a quick trip into old navy. not even new stuff can curb the complaints. i wanted to take the clothes back, just for spite. [no, i didn't.]
i can't wait to see what happens next.
Friday, August 11, 2006
oh, i also wouldn't mind a safari in the Serengheti.
Thursday, August 10, 2006
look at that 'Cost Of Living' rating, 39. that's next to last.
Perfect Date: The perfect date would be to go to another city, because there's nothing to do.that's the commentary listed! i'm not sure why Norfolk was rated so high (compared to all the other cities in the nation).
Singles Scene: It's terrible. The people here are usually in the military, and the places that you can go to are pretty crappy unless you're in the military. Or you're a frat dude.
Wednesday, August 09, 2006
Former sailor takes responsibility for $1 debt, 60 years later
The sailor was annoyed to find a parking ticket tucked under the windshield of his 1935 Ford Coupe, the one with the rumble seat, after taking his wife to the theater.
But a debt is a debt. William D. Fogarty, a Connecticut native who was stationed in Norfolk in 1946, headed to the post office and purchased a money order for the $1 fine, payable to the city police.
Fogarty put the money order in his wallet. And then he forgot all about it.
Tuesday, August 08, 2006
Sunday, August 06, 2006
receipt #1: $66.50 + $1.62 tax = $68.12
receipt #2: $21.17 + $0 tax = $21.17
again, i'm not sure what it would add up to. something tells me i saved about $5 anyway.
and speaking of taxes, how much is the tax on food, for crying out loud? i stopped and picked up a chicken sandwich on the way home. the subtotal on that receipt is $2.79 plus .32 tax. what happened to the .08 tax on food? and where is it all going? [but i guess that's another story altogether.]
Labels: adorable photo of the day
Public school teachers used to earn less than just about everyone else with a college degree. No longer ... Throughout the nation, teachers' hourly earnings rival the paychecks of accountants and engineers. As state employees in Virginia, teachers receive retirement and health benefits that surpass many professions in private business. Plus, teachers work almost two months less a year than most other college-educated workers ... The Bureau of Labor Statistics' National Compensation Survey, pegged the nationwide public school teachers' average annual salary at $46,629 in 2004. That was more than the average worker and $8,700 less than the average for all occupations requiring the equivalent of a college degree.$46,629 is not enough. but it's certainly better.
Saturday, August 05, 2006
Friday, August 04, 2006
this video of britney spears [though widely known as trash nowadays was once considered, and may still be in some circles, a very beautiful woman] will make you feel wonderful. it's hard to believe that people can even be that dumb. regardless of how much you are sick of britney, this is worth it, to make yourself feel good at the least.
bonus: ha ha ha.
and my personal fave: I refuse to believe in a god that would send me to hell just for not believing in him. - Bob Snuka [via j-walk]
you made it down here?
what? you want a reward?