Saturday, July 30, 2005 

Kool-Aid Man

Quality commentary on the old school Kool-Aid man commercials

which of course, means I have to link this

and of course I have to repost this:

(On a sidenote: Vitalo claims to have never seen the Kool-Aid man commercials...wth kinda childhood did he have??)

Friday, July 29, 2005 


Curious about XM? I blogged about XM and AOL signing a deal awhile ago but Ping told me this morning that its actually finally integrated. So now on AOL radio (which is pretty good btw - good music, good quality) you can find XM stations.

And now with AOL's strategy of giving everything away for free, non members can listen to AOL Radio. - Click on AOL Radio - Launch AOL radio. Give XM a try. If you're an AOL member, 72 stations are available. If not you get 20, but the ones they provide are good.

Personally I spend most of my time at work streaming XM.

My stations

Hip Hop & Urban:
  • The City (censored Rap & R&B)
  • Raw - XL (explicit lyrics - rap only)
  • The Rhyme - XL (explicit lyrics - old school rap)
Pop & Hits:
  • KISS
  • Top 20 on 20
  • The Eye
  • MIX
  • The 90s

Thursday, July 28, 2005 

Bushism Bushism of the day:

"The best place for the facts to be done is by somebody who's spending time investigating it."—Expressing hope that the probe into how CIA agent Valerie Plame's identity was leaked will yield answers, Washington D.C., July 18, 2005



From Kyle:

You'l figure out how to play:

Try to keep your mouse cursor safe for as long as possible!


Why I'm busy right now....

Me posting this of course was another form of procrastination...


Doom - The Movie

Doom - The Movie - Trailer


AOL Should Be More Like Apple

AOL Should Be More Like Apple

Too busy to write a description, this will have to do:

Ping [1:23 PM]: Wired News: AOL Should Be More Like Apple
McCoy [1:25 PM]: yeah i was about to blog that
McCoy [1:25 PM]: but then i had work to do
McCoy [1:25 PM]: actually, i read half of it
McCoy [1:25 PM]: which was - apple is cool
McCoy [1:25 PM]: aol sucks
McCoy [1:25 PM]: never got to what should aol do
Ping [1:29 PM]: oh, the solution was for aol to buy a search engine
Ping [1:29 PM]: and make it his own
McCoy [1:29 PM]: yeah i just read
McCoy [1:29 PM]: stupid imo
Ping [1:29 PM]: yeah, i think there are other solutions


GDub humor

Q: What do you get when you cross a giraffe and a monkey?

A: I'm sorry, I can't think about that right now because I'm too busy wondering why Congress hasn't launched an official investigation into Bush lying to the American public about WMDs and leading us into a war under false pretenses. Tell you what—as soon as I solve that little riddle, I'll get to work on your little genetic experiment.

Q: How many eggs does it take to make a good omelet?

A: Three. By the way, Tom DeLay is a hypocrite of the highest order.


Who's there?

Under the Patriot Act, we don't have to tell you that.

Wednesday, July 27, 2005 


From John:

Urban Dictionary: moco

28 interesting definitions:

Suburban county of Maryland

One of the few counties where there's a ghetto area (Wheaton, Silver Spring), there's a rich-ass area (Bethesda, Potomac), and the boonies (Damascus, Poolesville) all crammed together.
That's diversity for you.

County where the heads of the public school system suffer from a severe case of storm-phobia.
Bob: Do we have school today?
Suzy: No, there's a 30% of snow.

MoCo Public School Director #1: Wow, look at that weather.
MoCo Public School Director #2: Yeah, today's gonna be a real scorcher.
MoCo Public School Director #1: How about a 2 hour delay?
MoCo Public School Director #2: Fine by me.

One of the richest counties in America. To sound cool, we say we're from D.C. but really, everyone can tell we're MoCo at heart.
Person A: Where are you from?
Person B: Washington, D.C.
A: But you have a Louis Vuitton bag and drive a BMW.
B: I'm from Georgetown.
A: Liar! You're from Potomac aren't you?

The county where everyone is either straight out of the OC or tryin to be ghetto. But the love is all in MoCo. And whoever thinks that we stole the MoCo from Howard County, it should be pointed out that Howard County is HoCo. And yes, their girls are hos.
Girl from MoCo: Yeah, I got into every college I applied to!
Guy from PG County: What is college?

I have lived in MoCo my whole life. IT is true...When it snows we have off, when it doesn't we have off, when it might rain next week we have off....And in regards to the people.....
1.No matter how many times a white kid says, "Fa shizzle my nizzle," "What up Dawg?" or "Word my nigger" he aint going to be black
2. You may blast your subs.....but you bought them not stole them so your still white
3. Even if you were fubu and timbs and walk like your cripled....YOUR Still white
4. If you live in Moco ANYWHERE your aint gangsta!
5. You go to Lakeforest Mall......its still less ghetto then ANY mall in DC

etc etc.

Thats a bunch of posts today. Now I'm clear to post nothing tomorrow.


Best Cities For Singles

Maybe I shouldn't try to move out of the area...

Best Cities for Singles:

Feel as if you're looking for love in all of the wrong places? Look no further--the Denver-Boulder metro area is America's best city for singles. Topping our list for the second consecutive year, the Mile High City edged out larger metros like Boston and San Francisco, thanks to its booming job market, relatively low cost of living and large university population. Our fifth annual listing of America's Best Cities for Singles ranks 40 of the largest metropolitan areas in six different categories: nightlife, culture, job growth, number of other singles, cost of living alone and coolness.

By Rank:
1. Denver-Boulder
2. Boston
3. San Francisco
4. Raleigh-Durham
5. Washington-Baltimore
6. Atlanta
7. Los Angeles
8. New York
9. Chicago
10. Seattle

Or maybe I should just move to Boston like I've always wanted...

DC's ranking by category:

Culture: 2
Coolness: 5
Nightlife: 7
Singles: 8
Job Growth: 23
Living Cost: 28


The ACC - Simpson Style


Slogan Change

Say G-WOT?
"the global struggle against violent extremism" ...far superior to "the global war on terrorism".......


Hot Coffee

Decent Wash Post article about the stupidity of the GTA San Andreas - Hot Coffee controversy:

'San Andreas' Rocks the 'Righteous'

So -- the justification for this use of our tax dollars is that Take Two misled the public by promising a game featuring enough violence to make Sam Peckinpah blush, but instead sprinkled it with near-hardcore pornography. (I use "near" as there isn't any display of genitalia, at least as far as I could see. And it's a cartoon graphic, not real people...)

Good heavens, citizens! What's going on here? Oh yes, of course, we're getting all bent out of shape over nothing again.

I'm going to echo the refrain that you'd expect from thirtysomethings like me who don't have children to protect: I don't like the sex and violence of the GTA series. As a result, I do what anyone capable of making decisions does: I don't play it.

For parents, GTA joins the ranks of adolescent sex, dope-smoking, underage drinking and a long list of other things that they shouldn't do but try to get away with anyway. And despite the misogynistic nastiness that turns my gut worse than a cup of burnt McDonald's coffee, it should be the bottom item on the list of bugbears threatening the moral values that many of us hold dear in this crazy age.

The Boston Globe reported on Sen. Clinton's suspicion that Take Two tried to smuggle the sex scene past the Entertainment Software Ratings Board to avoid getting the game slapped with an "Adults Only" rating as opposed to a "Mature" -- "The board had given San Andreas its mature rating, meaning the game was appropriate for players age 17 or older. But after a new investigation, the board changed San Andreas' rating to adults only -- suitable for players 18 or older," reporter Hiawatha Bray wrote.

After all, that one-year distinction is crucial.


Netflix On Demand

Gotta post stories about subjects that are on my "Things that rule" list. Current things on it:


Things that do not rule:

thats it.

Netflix near launch of movie downloads

Netflix is poised to test its long-awaited Internet movie download service, which would broaden its rental business beyond its current DVDs-by-mail offering and fulfill the promise of its name.

Well-placed industry sources confirmed Friday that the Los Gatos company is close to launching an on-demand rental service that is paired with a Netflix-provided television set-top box.

``We have said we're committed to testing a product this year and we expect the test to be of a very modest nature,'' said Netflix spokesman Ken Ross, who declined to discuss the timing of the launch or the nature of the service.

Tuesday, July 26, 2005 

Wedding Crashers - Purple Heart

Ok I lied. One more post. My god people are uptight:

Fake Purple Heart off 'Crashers' site
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Following complaints from a congressman, the producers of "Wedding Crashers" removed from the movie's Web site Monday a printable Purple Heart medal advertised as a gimmick to pick up women and get free drinks.


Tiny House

I've got work to do so I'm prolly not posting today, so here's the first semi interesting thing I could find:

The Best Ad On Television
The brilliance of "Tiny House"

But before I delve into the strategy behind Geico's wall-to-wall advertising, I wanted to take a moment to recognize the brilliance of "Tiny House." This ad is a dead-on parody of those high-concept reality-show teaser clips. It's got the absurd setup, the moments of peaking tension (in theory plucked from many months of filming), the familiar security-camera angles and night-vision lenses, and the doom-saying announcer. "The marriage was built to last. But the house was built too small!" has such quality articles...

Sunday, July 24, 2005 


Oh man this was the shit back in the day. One of my favorites. Oh and ofcourse this one. I enjoyed listening to this one at MD games.


Google Lovefest continued

Continuing the "Google lovefest" stage of this blog, I must post this.
Google Maps now has a new feature where you can view maps with the road names overlayed over the satellite view. It's the new "hybrid" view.

Google rules.

Saturday, July 23, 2005 

Escape from Friend Zone

Description from

A Choose your own Adventure approach to the hells of dating, in comics form. Just like life, your mission is to get past the “he’s okay” stage and advance to a place were actual dirty sexing may occur. Many details of the ritual are rightly observed, including the failure of sodding off to listen to the Postal Service all by yourself.M

Escape from Friend Zone


GTA - Hot Coffee

Good sarcastic page about the GTA San Andreas Hot Coffee controversy...if you haven't heard about it, check one of the Google News links about it

The game is now being taken off the shelves all over the country and re-labeled with an "AO" rating. This is much stricter than the "M" rating the game originally received. According to the ESRB website:

Titles rated M (Mature) have content that may be suitable for persons of age 17 and older.

As opposed to the stricter AO rating:

Titles rated AO (Adults Only) have content that should only be played by persons 18 years and older.

What pisses me off more than anything is that I paid for a game rated for 17 year olds, or possibly 17 and 1/2 year olds, tops. What I got was a game rated for 18 year olds instead.

Friday, July 22, 2005 

Pregnany Test

I read this description, wondered where the joke would go, and laughed at the end (you may want headphones on for a single curse word used at the end):

Paul and Anne are about to find out if they’re expecting, in this pretty great goof on those pregnancy test ads, for comedy group Whitest Kids U Know.

Thursday, July 21, 2005 

Origin of Control, Alt , Delete

Description and link from

During the 20-year celebration for the IBM PC in which all involved took the stage for a chinwag, engineer David Bradley describes how he developed the magic three finger salute which reboots a crashed PC, the CTRL-ALT-DEL maneuver. Then, in a far more magical moment of truth, David slips out a pretty on-the-mark gaff at Bill Gates, who had to simply take it like a man… a man who has caused a lot of PC crashes. A fine douche chill was had by many.

David Bradley on-stage [Milk And cookies]


AP Hurricane Emily Pic

From Drew:

A woman makes her way among hundreds of sleeping tourists at a shelter in downtown Cancun, Mexico in the early hours of Monday July 18, 2005

I look at the pic and say "and???"
Drew says: "Play 'Find the pervert' "
Me after like 20 seconds "ohhh" (yeah i was distracted trying to figure out if that woman is hot...)


One Year Anniversary

One year ago today I started this blog, which just seems crazy to me -time goes by way too fast now (oh god I'm old). I think I've kept to my plan of never/rarely posting about what I'm doing in my life and have instead just pointed out articles or stories that I think are interesting. I do think that there have been some general themes during this year though.
  • First few months: Random shit like my old CRLS emails (coworkers: you know you miss my CRLS emails..I mean, you miss deleting them with the rest of your junk email).
  • Middle months: Many political posts, links to articles with me basically screaming "Oh please god don't let G Dub be reelected!". Then followed by angry or sad posts after the election.
  • Last few months: Google Lovefest
512 posts in one year. Not bad in my opinion.

In my first post I predicted that there would be two people who read this blog regularly. I think I've managed to up that count to four maybe five? Woo hoo..

Yeah thats about it...writing a post without links sucks, so:

Google Rules.
Go Maryland.
G-Dub sucks.


AIM Fight

Cool new feature/website from AOL:

AIM Fight:

Wash Post Article about it:

If all of life is like high school, at last we have the answer to the question that goes to the core of our id-driven, zit-popping, green-eyed insecurity:

Are you more popular, at this very second, than the person who's instant-messaging you?

Instant messaging, you will know, is the way tens of millions of Americans connect with their buddies faster than e-mail. Beginning this week, the 50 million users of AIM, America Online's version of instant messaging -- including nearly half of all Americans between the ages of 13 and 25 -- could perform a self-esteem check by visiting . There you enter your AOL or AIM screen name and your friend's AOL or AIM screen name. Then you click "fight" to figure out who's got a bigger score -- as in who's better connected and more popular. You can almost hear the tap-tap-tapping on the keyboards right now.

Your popularity is based on who has you on their buddy list. There's a complicated algorithm at work here. Your score is measured to the third degree, in the sense of the "six degrees of separation" game that seeks to link anybody on Earth to any other person through no more than five friends.

Wednesday, July 20, 2005 

G-Dub Bushism Bushism of the day:

To the Prime Minister??

"I was going to say he's a piece of work, but that might not translate too well. Is that all right, if I call you a 'piece of work'?"—To Jean-Claude Juncker, prime minister of Luxembourg, Washington, D.C., June 20, 2005


More Google

Tony (10:13:05 AM): another example of google ruling:

Guy uses Google Maps in court to beat traffic ticket
Heartwarming story of a clever lad named Edwin who beat a traffic ticket using Google Maps. The officer who issued the ticket told the judge that Edwin was driving down a one way street when he supposedly ran a red light. Edwin told the judge this wasn't correct -- it was a two-way street -- and pulled out his laptop, found a faint but usable WiFi connection, and loaded the Google Map page of the intersection where the alleged violation occurred. "The judge said that due to lack of memory of the officer she will have to dismiss the violation." (Of course, Edwin will now probably be locked away for stealing precious Internet resources by using the unsecured WiFi connection.

The dude's description of what happened:

How Google Maps Got me Out of a Traffic Ticket


Google Moon

First Google Earth, now Google Moon.

(from Tony: Be sure to zoom to full resolution to find out what the moon is made of)

Tuesday, July 19, 2005 

Smurfs movie

Smurfs Are Back!

Paramount plays the blues…in CG form

The Smurfs, for the 3 people on Earth who don't know that, are small blue creatures "three apples high" who live in a town of mushroom shaped houses in the woods. There, they hang out in their nifty white trousers-and-hat combos – except for Papa Smurf, who wears red, and Smurfette, who wears whatever she wants – and try to avoid the attentions of the dastardly sorceror Gargamel, who's determined to wipe them out. Presumably he's offended by their habit of looking the same, dressing the same and resembling blueberries. Or perhaps it's their habit of replacing random words with the word "smurf" as in "What the smurfing smurf are you doing with Smurfette, you smurf?"

Over the 47 years since they first appeared in a Belgian cartoon strip, they've gone into space, experienced civil war and befriended wandering knight errants. Their exact biology or means of reproduction remain a mystery – Baby Smurf was delivered by stork, for example – but they're popular all over the world, thanks to the comics and a cartoon series in the 1980s.

The new film is scheduled to come out in 2008, to celebrate their 50th birthday, and producers are hoping that it will be the first of a trilogy.


More AOL in the news

Time Warner hits bump, looks to AOL in second half

NEW YORK, July 18 (Reuters) - Time Warner Inc.'s stock performance rests heavily on its prospects for America Online, the Internet unit that was once the scourge of the world's largest media company and is now seen as its saving grace.

As Wall Street expects Time Warner to post its weakest quarterly results of the year on Aug. 3, investors are eyeing salvation in AOL, which has revamped its site into an online advertising bonanza from a prior flagging subscription model.

Still, some analysts remain skeptical.

"It's still not clear to me that the current strategy -- the fourth one in two years -- will work all that well," said veteran media expert Harold Vogel of Vogel Capital Management. "AOL has a tremendous battle on its hands with Yahoo, Microsoft and Google."


For now, Time Warner, which has suffered a public lashing for holding onto AOL the last four years, remains the only major media company with anything resembling a coherent online strategy as big media companies snap up dotcoms again.

"If the relaunch fails to drive traffic/advertising gains, a spin-off of AOL appears likely," Jessica Reif Cohen, analyst at Merrill Lynch said in a report.

Monday, July 18, 2005 

Turtle Power

Weinstein & WB Team on Ninja Turtles:

The Weinstein Co. has teamed with Warner Bros. to distribute the first all-CG-animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, reports Variety.

The untitled film, set for release in early 2007, would return the franchise to the bigscreen for the first time since 1993. It continues the "Turtles" revival that began three years ago with the premiere of a new TV series.

"Reintroducing the Ninja Turtles in an animated movie will enable the filmmakers to fully realize the adventure and humor of the property," Weinstein said.

The trade says the CG-animated movie will be grittier than its predecessors, taking its tone directly from the comic book series. It will be aimed at PG auditions.

Animation veteran Kevin Munroe will write and direct. Munroe is developing the screenplay in consultation with "Turtles" comic book co-creator Peter Laird.


Wash Post: AOL Reviews

Two Washington Post articles about AOL Products.

AOL Hopes for Great Mileage Out of Its Souped-Up Web Site
(New review)

You've Got Integrated Messages
(AIM Triton review)


Two versions of the Post

In case you didn't see this in the Post or on other news sites, is going to have two different versions of its homepage. I think this is a pretty good idea.

Post Site Splits Into Local, Global Pages on Wednesday night launched separate home pages -- one for the local audience, and one for national and international users -- as part of an effort to make the paper more relevant to readers and advertisers.

The home page will feature a different mix of stories depending on the Zip code readers submit when they register at the site.

About 80 percent of the 8.5 million unique visitors to the site each month are from outside the Washington area, said Tim Ruder, vice president of marketing for Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive. He added that local readers return to the site more frequently and linger longer.

Both versions carry much of the same content. But yesterday morning, for example, local users were greeted by a lead photo of a Washington area graffiti artist called Borf and a story about local transit security. By contrast, out-of-towners saw a lead photo of Israeli border police in the Gaza Strip and a story about the London bombings.

Local version for me.


Google Earth Hacks

From DMa:

Google Earth Hacks:

DMa (9:32:52 AM): its prety cool
Me (9:33:43 AM): so is this just a big repository of kmz files?
DMa (9:34:14 AM): it has pictures
DMa (9:34:17 AM): of stuff in google maps
DMa (9:34:20 AM): like the vatican
DMa (9:34:28 AM): or a bullfighting stadium
DMa (9:34:31 AM): or whatever
DMa (9:34:35 AM): and it has other things you can do with maps
DMa (9:34:42 AM): and some cities people have built themselves


Entourage Renewed + more eps

From The Hollywood Reporter:

HBO posse: 'Entourage' gets a plug

The "Entourage" crew is coming back for more adventures in celebrity-dom next year -- many more adventures, if HBO chief Chris Albrecht has anything to say about it. The Emmy-nominated comedy, which stars Adrian Grenier as a young movie star and Jeremy Piven as his shark-ish agent, has been renewed for a third season to debut next year. HBO chairman and CEO Albrecht told reporters that he's looking to hire more writers for the show in order to produce more than 13 episodes per season. "We're certainly going to try to get more than that," Albrecht said Friday during HBO's portion of the summer Television Critics Assn. press tour at the Beverly Hilton.

Sunday, July 17, 2005 

Pee Goals

Pee Goals:

A trip to the gents may be relieving but now it can be exciting as well. With the new Pee Goals, you can practice your aim and you might even score.

We don't expect many homes will be in need of one of these but have a word with the landlord at your local and tell him he ought to install Pee Goals in the gents.

The Pee Goal consists of a green base, goal post and a little football on a string. Take aim, shoot and see if you can score a goal.

Thursday, July 14, 2005 

South Park Token Black Guy TShirt

From (and offered by) Dan Adams:


Transformers - July 4, 2007

'Transformers' Movie Meets the Eye on July 4, 2007

LOS ANGELES ( Let the countdown begin: On Wednesday (July 13), DreamWorks Pictures, Paramount Pictures and Hasbro, Inc. announced that a live-action feature film version of "Transformers" will hit movie theaters on July 4, 2007.

Michael Bay ("The Island," "The Rock") will direct what promises to be a wildly expensive production based on a script from his "Island" scribes Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci. The impressive production team will be led by executive producer Steven Spielberg, with Lorenzo di Bonaventura (upcoming "Four Brothers"), Tom DeSanto ("X-Men" and "X2: X-Men United") and Don Murphy ("The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen") serving as co-executive producers.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005 

Tuesday, July 12, 2005 

Wasting Time

ST. LOUIS (AP) — If you're on the job, and you're reading this story, you should probably get back to work. The average worker wastes more than two hours a day, and that's not including lunch, according to a new Web survey by America Online and That means companies spend as much as $759 billion on salaries annually for which they receive no apparent benefit, the research found.

The No. 1 state for wasting time was Missouri, where workers who responded to the survey reported slacking off 3 hours and 12 minutes a day.

The survey didn't specifically look at why Missouri is the worst in the nation, but if Missouri workers think the perception is unfair, "We would encourage people to visit the home page and weigh in further on that," said Richard Cellini,'s head of research.


The America Online and survey found the workers' top excuses for wasting time nationwide were not enough work or inadequate pay for the work they do.

About 10,000 people responded to the poll.

More than 44% said the No. 1 way they waste time at work is personal Internet use, like reading e-mail, instant messages, playing interactive games — and responding to online polls.

Things about this that I think are funny:
1) The survey was done by AOL.
2) Virginia is #7 in the top time wasters.
3) Software and Internet is the #5 top slacking profession


Monday, July 11, 2005 

Free Slurpees Today

From Dan Adams:

7-11 is giving away free slurpees away today...7/11.


David Haines

David Haines passed away on Sunday apparently. I grew up listening to him on WPGC. It wasn't officially friday until I heard his signature "Its Friday!!!". The past few years I had stopped listening to PGC, but when I cycled through radio stations and heard his news reports I would always stop and listen. "Burnt toast and coffee time"

He will be missed.


David Haines Is Dead - 7/10 - DCRTV hears that David Haines (right), who was the newsman on Donnie Simpson's morning WPGC-FM show, passed away on Sunday. He was in his late 50s. Our source says he suffered a pulmonary embolism. Haines, who had been dealing with back problems of late, had been with WPGC for 12 years. Before that, he worked at WAVA, providing news and comment for "Don And Mike," when the duo worked at the then contemporary hit station. The word is that Simpson is planning a tribute. More as we hear it. Haines' bio is at

Sunday, July 10, 2005 

iPod Flea

and you know I would end up getting one..

iPod Flea


Ricky Gervais - Live 8 Spots

If you love The Office (the British version) then you'l enjoy these Live 8 clips from Ricky Gervais who plays the boss on the show:

Ricky Gervais Clips from BBC's Live 8 Coverage


AOL Live 8 Coverage

I didn't watch AOL's coverage of Live 8 (because you know, i was sitting on a beach, drinking lots of beer and relaxing) but apparently it went really well:

(from latimes)
Unfortunately for MTV, its performance also was juxtaposed with a widely praised showing by AOL, which offered comprehensive coverage on its music website, AOL Music.

Ken Ehrlich, who produced the Live 8 show in Philadelphia and is a veteran producer of the Grammy Awards, said the AOL event would be remembered as a defining moment in online music consumerism.

"This is a template for the future," he said. "Not to negate the importance of television, but I really think the Internet generation has come of age and the numbers have multiplied to a point of real change…. AOL opened the door here and once it's open it ain't going to close."

Check out AOL's Live 8 Highlites page - its pretty impressive, has videos of every song that was, I actually like something AOL did, its amazing:

AOL Live 8 Highlites


I'm back

After 4 days of Cozumel, 2 days of Playa Del Carmen, 2 days sleeping in a hammock in Tulum and then one travel day back to Cozumel, I'm back...

I'l be sending out a yahoo photos or snapfish or ofoto or something link late monday or tuesday of photos from the trip.

and now the blogging continues - so Justin has something to look at while bored at work.

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    History/Stages of this blog:
    1. Completely random crap
    2. G-Dub is stupid...really stupid. why are you voting for him..seriously
    3. everyone sucks (for voting for G-Dub)
    4. Google Lovefest
    5. YouTube Lovefest
    6. The Wire Lovefest
    7. Wii Lovefest
    8. Sporadic Posts
    (with UMD sports stuff mixed in everywhere)

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