Wednesday, August 15, 2012


 NCAA Shirt

It’s the Nebraska Furniture Mart of home improvement stores, that is if Nebraska Furniture Mart is Buckingham Palace.  The excellence is noticed, even before you enter the building; first you are hypnotized by the all-concrete parking lot with luxurious 10’ wide parking stalls, then you walk through the turn-styles and feel like a kid at Worlds of Fun.  They got groceries, sporting goods, DVD’s and for the peace day résistance, they even had some sort of Little Debbie snack that I had never seen before that resembled a ding dong (in looks only).  Bye-bye Lowes.  Bye-bye Home Depot.


Wow: desist - Lub


We should have known then, what we know now:  Chasing Pavements slipped under our noses.


The trailer for “Red Dawn” is out.  It looks….ok.  Captain Kirk’s dad, Captain Kirk, reprises the Patrick Swayze roll!  It was originally filmed with China as the bad guy, but outside pressure forced the filmmakers to Change the flags from China to North Korea, with computer graphics in post-production.


I got in line at the Paola McDonalds at 10:25 on Monday.  The chap in front of me ordered 3 chicken sandwiches and 2 fish sandwiches.  The clerk said, and I quote: “I’m serving breakfasts, pops”.  The man reluctantly changed his order to 5 Sausage McMuffins with egg.  I then stepped up and ordered 1 bacon-egg-cheese-bisk.  The clerk said:  “We are no longer serving breakfast”.  I almost went “Falling Down” on him, but I was late for a meeting and I kindly stormed out.


Sporting wins open cup. The prize is rich in tradition; older than the Lambardi Trophy, older than the Stanley Cup……Nobody noticed


F-Bomb now in Dictionary.


Menards had slightly unorthodox checkout lanes….I’m never going back.


History:  Perhaps the most recognizable song in America (including the Star Spangled Banner):  “Home on the Range”  was written in 1872 in Kansas, about Kansas by a Kansas pioneer.


If the $350 Mill doesn’t hit tonight, were doing a pool for the next one.


Legacy and Tradition:  See attached Tee.  The back of the shirt says: “Overstepping Their Bounds And Punishing The Innocent”  This shirt is sold in the Penn State book store.

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