Wednesday, February 15, 2012



I watched Contagion last night.  Tokyo, Japan has a population of 37 million.  Gongdong, China has a population of 96 mil.


I’ve said it a thousand times: Outback has the best salads.  (There is no hidden joke here, they just have really good salad).


Phil wins 1 out of every 11 tournaments that he plays in.  Tiger wins 1 out of every 4!


Does anyone (not including Jason, who was born during the Clinton Administration) remember  that cartoon where the main character was a modern day American teenager who had a NES controller as a belt buckle and he could pause real life by hitting the start button, ala Zack Morris.  I think the villains included: King Hippo and Mother Brain, while the heroes included the guy with the whip from castlevania.


OK, I get it.  The reason the Joker is so terrifying is that when he tells how he got his scars, he tells two totally different  stories.  While the stories are disturbing on their own, the fact that they are inconsistent is the most disturbing part.   Just when we think that maybe we are starting to understand this character; where he’s from, how he’s motivated, etc.  Then all of the sudden you get the bombshell that you don’t know anything about this guy, which makes his potential for evil to be infinite in our minds.  However, what I never noticed, is the fact that this makes him a “wildcard”.  Get it?  Joker…wildcard.  I guess I never made the connection, maybe it’s obvious to everyone else.


I watched 5 minutes of some show called “Veronica Mars” on Hulu.  I’m hooked.


On Final Destination, Part 5, one of the deaths is a guy getting acupuncture and he falls off the table, and he’s got all them needles still in his face and he hits the ground and I guess the needles get pushed into his brain.  More believable is the girl who is getting lasick eye surgery and the doc walks out of the room to take a wiz or something and the laser beam machine has an electrical malfunction and the laser gets extra intensity and shoots a hole in her head.


Mattel to release Hover Board in March, if enough demand.  Price will be set and pre-orders will be taken starting March 1.  So please sign up.  (Note:  board does not hover)

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