Shot a… um… a “thing” today for a health show on Lifetime, but I’m sleepy and it’s not a terribly exciting story so I’ll save it for later. In fact- I’m saving everything for later. Screw story, screw format, screw points of interest. Bah! Bah, I say! I’m here, it’s late, I’m exhausted but still up. Time to traverse the web and bring back links for my readers and friends.
Will the links be awesome?
Should you like them just because I did?
Is our friendship effectively over if you don’t visit at least two of the links provided?
And so it begins…
The first few links are from CollegeHumor.com, an exceptionally funny site. But no fair following these links and getting distracted by other links on their page. You’ll leave the rest of the links here feeling all left behind and lonely… and unwanted… and unloved… and a little fat…
Viral Video Politician: “A Presidential candidate does his best to get views for his video.”
If The Other Party Wins: “One thing’s for sure: the person you disagree with is going to ruin the country.”
Hardly Working: The New Girl: “Facebook changes everything.”
Moving right along to my second love (after Barraco’s), is YouTube. Ah YouTube. Eternal fount of all things embeddable and mind-numbing.
Tiny Tim singing Rod Stewart’s “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy”
Shuga Lee Lewis singing Jerry Lee Lewis’s “Great Balls of Fire”
I’m almost embarrassed to admit how much I laughed at and enjoyed that second one. And I didn’t even forward through it. Heck no. Watched the whole thing. Twice.
“A mark, a yen, a buck, or a pound”
Our Tax System Explained: Bar Stool Economics: “Suppose that every day, ten men go out for beer and the bill for all ten comes to $100. If they paid their bill the way we pay our taxes, it would go something like this…”
The American Recession as Explained By a Canadian: “Much like breasts, economies can never be too large, which is why it’s important that they’re always slowly growing, and one of a few reasons why we’re so disappointed that breasts don’t.”
And so we can end this blog entry joining together in a few moments of “Holy. Freaking. Crap.”: Smart People Stuff…
Science and Technology
The Ghost In Your Genes: Basically says that stuff you do may find a way into your genes and get passed on to the kiddies. Wowza.
Children’s Faces As They Play Video Games: Minus any commentary from me one way or the other, or advocating or denouncing anything from the article itself, I’m including this link for the sole purpose of linking you to this kinda crazy video footage.
What Color Eyes Would Your Children Have?: I think this is how I’m going to determine who I have kids with- you know, in the event that I should decide I’m a sadist- so I’m guaranteed to have green eyed offspring. Because let’s be honest here: Don’t green eyes rock harder than any other eye color?
That’s it. I’m all learned/laughed out. You’re on your own from here.