OMG So Much To Post

February 2, 2009 at 7:26 pm Leave a comment

America: Not obsessed with malls anymore.

Awesome article about the elevator in Fairway.  The best part is the sign: “This elevator is the pits.  We know.  Not a damn thing we or Obama can do about it.  So stop bellyaching, and read or do something.”

Now, for a little bit of this…

This is by far the best thing on the internet this week.  Other than the fact that the man’s title line is “Owns Home Computer,” can you imagine a day when we wake up, pour ourselves a cup of coffee and sit down to read the newspaper at our personal computer?!  Nah, could never happen.

This Congressman is in contention to be my favorite…And not because of his politics (although I’m fairly certain we’re on the same page there, too).  Dad, you’ll love this article.

This would drive me absolutely batty.  Silly British with your road signs.

Matt found this, and it’s highly entertaining.  (If you’re entertained easily like I am).

Lauren found this, and it’s also silly.

This is really silly.  Oh Czechs.

This is just odd, but I like it.

Stay tuned for my recap of the 2009 Superbowl ads.  You can read some of my comments at my twitter:

Also: a special shout out for the best iPhone app to date.  How else could I listen to my favorite Saturday morning WAMU lineup while getting a mani/pedi in New Jersey?  Answer: I couldn’t.


Entry filed under: baseball, D.C., Grammar, Internet, New Jersey, New York City, New York Times, NPR, Politics, Reading, Shopping, Sports, Television.

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