Wednesday, February 2, 2005

Sucks for you. Can I have your TV?

  • The other day I mentioned in a comment on Meaghan's blog that despite being a married adult-type person for almost six years, I still do not own a proper television.
    That may soon change.
    Several months ago, my brother's wife had an affair, thus driving a stake into their then 4-month-old marriage. Fast forward several unpleasant months and my brother has now moved into an apartment with his alcoholic best friend who once tried to pick a fight with Kevin Williams.
    Despite working for the Tile Shop (if you're doing any remodeling in your home, I can get you a great deal) his friend draws interior decorating inspiration from bars, filling his home with televisions.
    "We've got four 19-inch TVs and a 55-inch in the living room," my brother said.
    He's also got a 32-inch TV in his bedroom, ditto for his friend. As a result, my brother has a spare 27-inch TV that he said he'll give me.
    "I don't really want it, but she's taking the stereo; I gotta take something," he said
    And they say nothing good comes of infidelity. I get a free TV!

  • What could be more fun than calculating your risk for disease?

  • Washington, D.C. -- Now with fewer juvenile deaths! Is there any other developed country whose capitol is as much a dump as ours?

  • Best. Police. Sketch. Ever. Apparently there is a killer Muppet on the loose.

  • DEAR GOD, WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE! RUN FOR YOUR LIVES! HEAD FOR THE HILLS! AHHHHH!
    Uhm. Oh. Wait. Never mind. We now return you to "Oprah," already in progress.

  • OH CRAP. FOR REAL THIS TIME! EVERYONE OUT OF THE HOTEL! SHUT DOWN THE STREET WE'RE ALL GONNA...
    What? Oh. Mmm. Curiously strong.

  • This threat, however, appears to be all too real.
  • 1 comment:

    kari said...

    well i'm at a below average risk level for the cancer, however diabetes has got an eye on me. it's good to find this out whilst guzzling a 20 ounce bottle of coca-cola.