BAM! The movie of choice in 1998! And the poster is still up on my wall after all those years… next to my Star Wars Podracer poster, and my map of the Lewis and Clark expedition, and one wall over from my US presidents (up to Jimmy Carter) poster, and across from the glued together Totoro puzzle and 1997 Denver Broncos AFC Champions pennant…
Monthly Archives: November 2012
A goodly amount of cheap rum.
Some cheap cherry schnapps, enough to color it red, at least.
A good wedge of lime.
Like a cherry limeade, but stronger!
I give you…
THE CALVIN AND HOBBES SEARCH ENGINE! Type in a phrase, or word, and it will spit out a listing of all the Calvin and Hobbes comics that contained said words!
Such magnificence hasn’t been seen, and, I fear, will not be seen again into the far future…
Told the breeder I’d take a puppy. Since there’s only two other dogs, two cats, and 8 chickens around here, and I was feeling an overabundance of money and free time, apparently.
Trentemøller: The Very Last Resort
So I am slightly OCD about by windshield. I don’t like dust or splotches on it, and so I run my windshield spray every time I get in my truck. Because of this, a while back I splurged on a set of the fancy windshield wipers, the kind that are one solid bar instead of the spring frame, and have “graphite coating” and all sorts of “features,” such as the much touted “work great in the ice and snow!” They worked ok, I guess, though the passenger side one didn’t touch the windshield at the very end of the wiper when in the off position. They worked ok, that is, until the first time I hit ice and snow. Then they went straight from “graphite coated rubber” to “you’d be better off with a wet sock.” And they stayed that way, even when there was no ice or snow or even cold involved. Spend twice as much money, get half as much return? No thanks. I have since upgraded back to the cheapest traditional metal springy kind, and I won’t be returning. Sure, I know they’ll only last a few months, but at least they’ll work, dammit.