Posted on 30 June 2009 by GlazednConfused
Posted on 30 June 2009 by Five0ClockCharlie
When working with clients there are some times when you feel that stamping their account with denied just isn’t enough. Same is said for those clients who are just more than “approved”…. I present to you the new way to show your clients you care.
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Posted on 29 June 2009 by admin
Do you have a twitter account? IF you have no Idea what twitter is than you suck go to twitter.com and watch the video it will explain it ALL..
IF you would like to be sent announcements of new posts as soon as they are posted just follow us at @BlinkinBlogs and you will get our posts sent directly to your account via carrier pigeon. They typically hate the fast turn around time but ours have rockets on their backs…..
Let the snarkyness continue.
Posted on 29 June 2009 by scanjack
I won’t bother to debate “Global Warming” or “Climate Change” or even the fact that despite what you may see on TV Polar bears can indeed swim, and the polar ice caps are expanding (just facts, but it does appear facts are just what the government tells you they are). Instead I give you a series of links to the latest government control grid legislation which was rammed through the House on Friday evening. This “bill”, at some point titled: HR-2454″, had 300 pages added to it at around 3:00 a.m. Friday morning, bringing the total reportedly to 1200 plus pages, and literally zero time to be read before a vote was mandated. Let that sink in – have you ever read even a 500 page enjoyable book? How long did it take you to read? It wasn’t in legal jargon, and referencing other documents of varying lengths as well I’d be willing to bet.
I predict a false economic recovery will be hyped if (more likely when) this Bill gets to and goes through the Senate, and all these people who have been out of work for months and months on end have jobs again thanks to the government (and decades of the US Citizens tax dollars). When everyone’s taxes, energy bills and more all start to go up dramatically, you will find yourselves pitted against the people now working in the system, and feeding, housing and clothing their families. Survival is a very powerful motivator.
Some more input on the subject:
Posted on 29 June 2009 by Thraxxus
There is this show on BRAVO that I have seen once, while feeding my kids at 1 am, called NYC Prep that is about a bunch of ridiculously rich high school kids who live in New York City, thus the NYC. The show is an abonimation. The reason I say this is fairly obvious when you watch it – it is like looking at massive train wreck which must include no less than three bus loads of children, kittens and puppies – all fatalities. You just can’t look away. The people in it are all children of beyond comprehension wealthy people who have absolutely no concept of a difficult reality as is exampled by one scene where two of them, an 18 year old boy and his ex-girlfriend turned real friend, are discussing a T-Shirt that the girl likes when the boy says “Wow only $300 dollars. What a deal!”
My point for posting this is to have a mini rant really. If our economy is shot, unemployment has been skyrocketing, and word has it recent college grads cannot get jobs to save their lives and are living in mommy and daddy’s garage, why are we putting on television a show about high school kids who have their own Manhatten based lofts? Is it to encourage normal kids or is it to give them someone to live vicariously through? For me – I just want to tie them to my trailer hitch (if I had one) and drag them across a field of broken dreams – with any luck the idea that life can actually be difficult will rub off on them.
Apparently you can catch all the eposides on Hulu – here.
Posted on 26 June 2009 by Five0ClockCharlie
We bring you Jed. Jed is a fun loving guy who likes to play with fire. Some days with a little to much to drink and to many pills shit like this happens.
Posted on 25 June 2009 by scanjack
… and we’re walking, and we’re walking …
Posted on 24 June 2009 by scanjack
In my humble opinion no matter what you may think of Ron Paul, or the ongoing “wars?!?” in Iraq, Pakistan etc. there are real, undeniable facts in this article.
Roll up your sleeve America ( if you can spare a hand from your bent over, spread em position) for your tasty Big Pharma vaccine.
Posted on 23 June 2009 by Five0ClockCharlie
I ran across this blog posts while reading my rss feader today.
You Just have to read the story. I would love to paraphrase however you just have to read it straight from the source.
In other news
Posted on 23 June 2009 by Thraxxus
Can this video freak out be real? Supposedly this kid’s mother cancelled his World of Warcraft account.
One word: Institutionalize.
And the slow motion addition to this video makes it worth the 30 seconds.
Posted on 21 June 2009 by Thraxxus
I find Jim Gaffigan hysterical, and this bit from King Baby on bacon is GOLD. I agree with every single word.
Posted on 20 June 2009 by Thraxxus
If you have not heard of this show, and are an avid web surfer, I strongly suggest you watch Tosh.O. At first I thought the show would be dumb as hell, and in many instances it is – purely do to the content they cover, that being the entire Interweb. Either way, this show is on Comedy Central and is hysterical. Here is an example clip where the host, Tosh, is talking about a picture of Demi Moore’s neather region on the web:
|Tosh.0||Thurs, 10pm / 9c|
|Demi Moore Comments|
Posted on 19 June 2009 by scanjack
It looks like a good action flick.
Posted on 18 June 2009 by Thraxxus
Looking forward to it.
Posted on 18 June 2009 by Thraxxus
This should be in a a new category called “shit we can’t make up”. If you have never heard of Cat69, well, I dunno.. let’s just say that you should have, regardless of your gender. What is it? Cat69 is this “service” whereby their customers, both men and women, pay them for 3-5 day excursions at either their resort or on one of their catamaran ships whereby they are given complete access to a female of their choice. Think about that for a moment. Queue Jeopardy Music.
That’s right folks, for all intensive purposes said concubine is your to do with as you like for the entire trip. Furthermore both said resort and ship have their own full service plans including 5 star chefs. Supposedly the boat comes with loads of recreation beyond your travelling, ahem, companion. What gets me here is how is this legal? It is prostitution.
It is legal because it is off the coast of United States in the Carribean. Basically a 2 hour flight out of Miami. Eat your heart out Mr. Hefner, someone else has a better business model than you – tragically I don’t own it.
Posted on 17 June 2009 by scanjack
How much more control is the federal government going to shove down the American people’s throats?!? HR-2749 – The Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009.
Sure you can read this proposed legislation in several different ways. However if a home garden, farmer’s market growers etc., isn’t specifically excluded or addressed than the law can indeed be applied to these as well. Enough already – this bill needs to be stopped.
Posted on 12 June 2009 by scanjack
As we await the Zombie Apocalypse it might be good to learn more about how the zombie brains work.
Posted on 11 June 2009 by scanjack
You can have my vaccine shots, because I will not be taking them. This is all a load of crap.
Posted on 10 June 2009 by scanjack
Posted on 10 June 2009 by GlazednConfused
A couple weeks ago I found myself out of town with a couple hours to kill and a baby on board. After spending as much time as possible at the local electronics store (Fry’s, the Toys R’ Us for Us grownups), I had to think back to my wonder years. What did I used to do when I either (a) wanted to girl watch and it wasn’t sunny enough for the beach, or (b) needed to kill time? I went to the mall of course.
Until that day, I had not been to an enclosed mall to browse in probably over fifteen years (if not longer). Historically, Saturday afternoon meant a crowded, bustling metropolis of tweens, teens, and young adults. The North County Fair, now called something less fun, was a two-story mecca of glistening consumerism. The food court was a shrine of multicultural, albeit ruthlessly Americanized, cuisines. Hot Dogs on a Stick ruled with an iron…stick.
The Saturday afternoon in which I found myself at this Northern California mall was a dreary affair. It reminded me of a cheesy horror movie where they couldn’t afford to film during mall hours or hire extras. Many of the stores were closed, while other spots were taken by less (ahem) prestigious retailers. How does a dollar store afford a mall space? A 1000-sq-ft space can cost over $25k a month, meaning they must sell at least 50k items just to pay rent. Call me an elitist, but dollar stores depress me and the mall is supposed to be the exact opposite of depressing. Apparently the death of the enclosed shopping mall has not been exaggerated. Sure, some businessmen are still trying, but prospects are dim.
This is not a fond, watery-eyed eulogy to the enclosed shopping mall. Even as a horny youngster, they held limited appeal. I never had any money, and the one girlfriend I met at the North County Fair was a gold-digging tramp. But I still revisit that dream-like shopping state when I wander auto shows. It is pleasant. The reasons for the death of the mall is widely known: the rampant growth, low-prices, and “mini-mall” experiences of retailers like Walmart. The increasing popularity of a little thing called ecommerce was somewhat of a factor. I guess. What I find the most interesting is that malls were once a huge piece of our consumer-driven society. Now it is just a shadow of its former self, even before the economy went belly-up.
Side note: While I was there, I bought a Cheese Meltdown pretzel from Wetzel’s Pretzels. By the way, the founder’s name is actually Wetzel. Funny. Anywhoo, it was hardly a pretzel – mostly a twisted version of the biscuits at Red Lobster. It was delicious. What really struck me is the way the twisted biscuit was sold to me. It was wrapped delicately then bagged with such pride. My new son was not presented to me with such care by the doctor. The lady was just glowing when she handed it to me. My eyes almost welled up, I swear. Who says artisan pride in craftsmanship is just reserved for wineries and fine purses?
Posted on 09 June 2009 by scanjack
I sure hope he hasn’t and doesn’t breed. Some gene pools are not meant to continue.