Friday, September 11, 2009

  • Devin is looking forward to another fun filled weekend with football and friends at White Out at Bronco stadium.
  • Wanda tells Craig to not be a stranger.
  • Sarah finished a yucky glucose drink. Something about tests at the doctor.
  • So several people pointed out that TODAY is 9/11. And if I get this posted before midnight, it still will be.
  • Cherie changed her profile pic to a nice, flowing American flag. It's free clip art if anyone wants to use it.
  • Ken says to keep the government out of health care and give me a lollipop. The reference is to an Onion article that says kids don't want to go to the doctor.
  • Tammy is thankful for yesterday. I'm still concerned about the decapitations.
  • Ed is happy it's Friday.
  • Bob says 9/11 has joined Pearl Harbor Day as a day that will live in infamy. He'll also wear a white hat to White Out.
  • Paul is back at Mafia Wars. It was a doh moment for me yesterday, of course Paul wasn't playing Mafia Wars, the Steeler's were playing football.
  • Sarah remembers. That's a 9/11 reference, I think.
  • Ed suggests William Joseph James Robert, as in Billy Joe Jim Bob. I'm still holding out for Cheese Head.
  • Lots of people commenting on 9/11. Where were you?
  • Matt says nobody should be frozen in carbonite or slowly digested over 1,000 years in the bowels of a Sarlaac, just because they couldn't pay Jabba the Hutt what they owed him.
  • Kristin can't wait for the Boise Girl's Weekend.
  • Amy is headed to the park and hopes that's enough to keep her good. No more picking on Michael, okay?
  • Chris is off to play softball.
  • Martha's celebrity twin is Kristen Stewart. That's the girl from the vampire movie, right?
  • Julia doesn't like money... well, she doesn't like not having money. I can relate to that.
  • Ken is having an abba zaba day with Captain Beefheart.
  • Tracy is doing the iPod shuffle thing. I don't have an iPod. The closest thing I have is an old minidisk player, which doesn't know about random.
  • Ken is planning a long bike ride.
  • Ed is looking forward to football and marching bands. Clearly, summer is over and Football season is upon us. I move that we rename Fall to Football.
  • Lisa had steamed asparagus and spare ribs.
  • Candace is melancholy. Really? That doesn't sound like you at all.
  • Michael is playing Mafia Wars.
  • John says 9 abv is heavy. I'd agree, that mead I had this evening was about 11, and weighed 12 ounces.

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