Telling it like it is since 78

Friday, July 21, 2006

I assure you I am alive

I know I have not made a post on here in like 2 months but I assure I am alive and well! LOL

Friday, May 19, 2006

This is messed up

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Cool Speech site

Check out this site. Its really cool, it will actually read back to you anything you type in, in basically any language. Very cool technology.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

There are 75 band names hidden here can you find them.

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Quick Buck? No thanks

So this drunk 18-year-old from Queens,N.Y. trespasses onto train tracks with his friends and tries to outrun the 7 train. He falls and his legs are amputated at the knee. And then he gets $1.4 million dollars. Check out the link, its amazing. Growing up in Mandan we where always told to stay off the tracks, it was just common sense. This guys actually gets hurt badly for being a idiot and gets over a million dollars for it. Granted it is really to bad he lost his legs it really is, but he had no buisness messing around on the tracks.

Friday, March 24, 2006

World Leaders Urge Condoleezza Rice To Take NFL Commissioner's Job

WASHINGTON, DC—With longtime NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue recently announcing that he will retire in July, political leaders across the globe have taken an uncharacteristic interest in the sport of football, urging one potential candidate—U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice—to accept the high-profile position.

"I have had the…singular…experience of working with Ms. Rice on more than one occasion, and believe she is perfectly suited for this position," said British Prime Minister Tony Blair, one of many prominent political figures who held an impromptu press conference upon hearing that Rice, a longtime football fan, had expressed interest in eventually becoming commissioner. "Although I am in fact ignorant of the particulars of American-style football, I am sure its sporting league is one that Condoleezza is perfectly capable of managing."
Rice had publicly commented several times on her ambition to become commissioner, most notably in a televised interview during the Super Bowl XL pregame show. However, international interest in installing Rice in the position, while always high, peaked last week with the news of Tagliabue's impending retirement.
"We live in uncertain and chaotic times, and America never needed Condoleezza Rice more," Pakistani Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz said in an international radio address Tuesday. "With radicals in the NFL Player's Association demanding a new collective-bargaining agreement, and instability threatening the very revenue-sharing structure that professional football was built upon, she is clearly a stabilizing figure who must help unify this sport."
Aziz was then called away to deal with escalating nuclear proliferation in the Kashmir region, during which he repeated through his aides that Rice's leadership and diplomacy was desperately needed in professional football.
"Secretary of State Rice owes it to the world to take this bold step forward in her career," said Sonia Gandhi, the president of India's National Congress Party and the widow of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. "If she was named commissioner of what I understand is America's favorite sport, it would not just be a great moment for America, but a great moment for women in politics worldwide."
"Ms. Rice would finally be in a position where she could positively impact the lives of millions of Americans," Gandhi added.
Support for Rice's appointment to the NFL commissioner post has poured in to the State Department from prominent statesmen worldwide, including several letters of recommendation from UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, who has worked closely with Rice since she took over the State Department from Colin Powell; a televised message from Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who has dealt with the U.S. primarily through Rice since his election; affirmations from almost every diplomat Rice met during her recent 10-day trip through Chile, Australia, Samoa, and Indonesia; and a letter co-written and signed by both acting Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Mahmoud Abbas, prime minister-designate of Palestine.
Although the State Department has not yet officially responded to the overwhelming outpouring of support for Secretary Rice's career change, Rice issued a short, tersely worded statement formally thanking the over 85 diplomats, heads of state, and religious leaders who spoke in her favor on the issue.
In a press conference late Tuesday, however, President Bush announced that he is strongly against Rice leaving her current post, saying that she is a valued Cabinet member who excels at her position, and that "if anyone from this administration should get that job, it should be me."

Monday, March 20, 2006

TO can Rap Faster than you

I found this article over at the Guys from Deadspin. Very funny stuff. TO the rapper! LOL
Terrell Owens Can Rap Quicker Than You
In recent months, we have done everything in our power to institute a moratorium on Terrell Owens-related news, if just so that, if we were hit by a bus tomorrow, we would be able to talk to our maker with our pure heart, free of egregious sin.
But, alas, we have no choice now. As you surely know, over the weekend, Terrell Owens signed with the Dallas Cowboys. It’s a three-year deal, and there’s absolutely no way that could go poorly, nope.
The real fun, however, is to be found at Owens’ official site, where T.O. can be heard rapping about joining the Cowboys. Seriously. We tried to transcribe the lyrics, but our ears wouldn’t stop bleeding. We jotted down, “To the haters who said I wouldn’t get my money/I laugh, say ‘Ha ha, that’s funny’” and “I’m back and I’m better than ever/I’m back and I’m getting this cheddar/This time I’m a Cowboy/And I’m got ‘em sayin’ wow, boy.” And then we died. Right there. This is a ghost typing. A deeply unhappy ghost.
TerrellOwens.comTerrell Owens Is A Cowboy [The Cowboy Roundup]