A question to my neighbor.

Why are you hammering right now?


Fun with lists.

Celebrities that people would be surprised you are secretly a fan of.
  1. Kelsey Grammer.
  2. Billy Joel.
  3. Pat Sajak.
  4. Alton Brown.
  5. The tall, gangly man from "The Drew Carey Show."
  6. Meat Loaf.

The state of saying on a scale of one to ten.

Finish this sentence which is referring to something great that you love:

"On a scale of one to ten, it's a"

Whatever you said wasn't clever, was it?

At one time it was enough to say something was a ten out of a ten. Then people thought that wasn't good enough so they said eleven. That took it to a whole new level. And then people starting thinking that they were better than eleven so they said twelve. And last week on Beauty and the Geek, one of the beauties took it to the limit by saying twenty.

Please don't rate things on a scale of on to ten anymore because you can't say anything that will sound good.


You ought to buy a mastadon skeleton.

Is there a mastadon skeleton missing from your life? Do something about that.

Fun with lyrics

"Your Kiss is on My List"
by Hall and Oates.


Who's the best Harry?

As the famous song goes, "Where have all the people named Harry gone?" You may have noticed that wherever they have gone, most of them are staying there.

Let us celebrate the Harries we do have by explaining who they are and wondering who is best.

Harry Truman. Yes, he is not alive anymore. But he was also the president, and once you are given the title of "President" it stays with you forever. Which means Harry Truman is still the president! Is he the best Harry, because he is able to run the country even though he is dead?

Another Harry Truman. All we know about this Harry is that he is old and crotchety. Disqualified!

Prince Harry. Possibly the bravest Harry went to Afghanistan and almost died for his country (England). It should also be mentioned that although he is handsome in a ruddy and expensive way, his real name is Henry and not Harry.

Harry Anderson. This Harry is not only a celebrity but an actor and magician. He has never once worn tie-dye and gets angry at people who tie up dogs outside of supermarkets. If you want Harry Anderson in your living room and doing magic tricks for you, you can literally buy that here.

Who is your favorite Harry and are you a Harry too?


The poll today.

What is your favorite Beatles song? Think hard before you answer, and don't pick a really bad one just because you know no one else is going to say it too, like "the one where there's the sound of a dog barking and they were probably doing drugs."


The poll today.

Does it make anyone else uncomfortable when an episode of "The Simpsons" takes place in the future and the children's bodies are all distorted and it just doesn't feel right?


Happy National Tea Month

It's National Tea Month again everyone!

Did you know that the first tea was enjoyed 4,700 years ago, by an emperor named Shen Nung, in China? In January? Here's how it happened:

He noticed that if you put tea leaves into boiling water it turns into a good drink. Some people think that the tea leaves accidentally blew into his cup, but that probably isn't true because think about it.

More facts about tea:
  • Before everyone settled on two percent milk and Splenda a lot of tea was flavored with onion slices, which is true, I wouldn't lie to you about tea garnishes.
  • The most famous cup of tea was the one that Judas Iscariot slowly drank while he decided whether or not he liked Jesus.
  • The colonial tax on tea was only like one penny which wasn't even a lot of money back then. But you know people from New England, those guys like to get violent about anything.
  • Tea stopped having anything interesting said about it in the mid-1930's.
  • Halfway through his career Mr. T wanted to change his name to Mr. Tea, but everyone pretended to not understand what he was saying and after a while he just gave up.