Monthly Archives: November 2008

Courtesy Is Contagious, And The Japanese Are Overwhelmingly Infected!

The Japanese think of everything: Even if you don’t want it, they still thought of it! I’m pretty sure the letters at the bottom spell out “Pe-pu-shi Ho-u-i-to” (i.e., Pespi White).  They sure talk funny Englishes over there!   Oh, I’m … Continue reading

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Bon Voyage To Me

I’m off to Japan, ready to try out my very best sentence: eigo o hanishimasuka?  Do you speak English?  That’s gold, Jerry, gold!That is all.

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“Monogamy, or restrictions by law to one wife, is no part of the economy of heaven among men. Such a system was commenced by the founders of the Roman empire….Rome became the mistress of the world, and introduced this order … Continue reading

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Silly Mormon Beliefs

Mitt Romney is wearing these right now.I’ve been disappointed to hear that a major funder of the anti-gay marriage propoposition 8 in California was, ironically, the Mormon Church!  The Mormon Church is the shining example of my personal saying, “The only … Continue reading

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In Case You Ever Go To Japan…

Ohayo gozaimasu, gentle readers!  I’ve already done some research and found the most important page you’ll need if you ever go to Japan – here it is.  You can thank me later.  That is all.

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Rule 33: If Two People Were In A Room, It Was Filmed And Is On YouTube

I ran across the most random video ever:It’s David Rakoff and (I believe) Martha freakin’ Plimpton at some sort of Fun Peoples Anonymous Dinner Party where they are discussing some sort of seltzer-making machine.  It’s so strange!

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Mary And Christ Continue To Hug And Kiss You Forever In Heaven

Holy crap. I had no idea, but that Crazy who makes all the fliers about bats is NATIONAL.  There’s a Flickr group that I just discovered that has them all collected.  I feel like I’ve discovered the Ark of the … Continue reading

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