I was more of an Atari guy actually
This isn't terribly weird. OK, it's not weird at all, but those of you looking for a bit of 8-bit retro gaming nostalgia will get a few moments of bliss from it. I didn't do terribly well on this quiz where you had to identify NES games from the cartridge logo and a screen shot. Actually, I was amazed that I even got five right. My parents hated me growing up. I was a poor, deprived child. I never had an NES. All the other kids were jammin' to Mario and I was still trying to convince myself the little block with a stick coming out of it that my Atari generated was a tank. Yes, I'm still bitter.
Me So Horny. Me love you long time.
Keiko is a comely, young Japanese girl who has a Tokyo apartment. Keiko will let you stay with her on your trip to Japan, but only if you're good looking... and under 35... and white. She really likes 'yummy' Americans and 'Europens', but not Japanese men. ( 'They are pigs.' ) And what does Keiko expect in return for for her hospitality? Well, she wants to practice her English, oh yeah, and 'fun sex.' That's what she says anyway. For some reason I suspect that if you partake of her hospitality you might wake up in a bathtub full of ice, sore and missing a kidney.
It's a blessing from the lord! God be praised!
The Shroud of Turin is so overrated. Jesus is turning up everywhere these days: in the wood grain of school doors, in the calcium deposits on chafing dishes, in the polling booth voting for Republicans and, most miraculously, on the ass of Angus MacDougall, a 3-year old mixed terrier. Angus's rosebud forms Christ's head and the white fur of his backside forms the body. The whole effect is a striking rendition of a resurrecting Jesus. It's at least as convincing as the Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese ( the scorch marks of which, honestly, looked more like Michelle Pfeiffer than the Mother of God ) .
Rock AnD roll lawyer
James Hugh Potts II is a trial lawyer. His firm is 'not your typical law firm,' and their website is certainly not your typical law firm website. It's a slick, Flash-based presentation which, in it's attempt to humanize the lawyers in the firm, turns them into goofballs and beefcake. Seriously. Check out the photos in the About Us section. I particularly liked Lawyer Brian's workout photos. It's good to know that your attorney can bench the opposition. And then there is a Lawyer Haley's photos of her playing cards and chomping on a cigar. Photos which made me realize that sometimes a cigar is just a cigar and sometimes its a big mocha dick.