Monday, April 11, 2005

Slapdashery

  • Ewwwww

  • Here's a question for you: My co-workers and I were today trying to think of an Internet phenomenon that is older than the dancing baby. There must be one, but I can't think of it.

  • Have you noticed that every Blackeyed Peas song essentially sounds the same?

  • Here's a random story: The first CD I ever bought was Megadeth's " Peace Sells But Who's Buying?" I used to listen to it on a stereo that my parents bought at Mills Fleet Farm. The stereo sat on the piano in our living room and I wasn't smart enough to listen to Megadeth on headphones. Instead, I turned the volume down to its second-to-lowest level and pressed my ear against one of the speakers. If you want to take all the spirit out of heavy metal music, turn it down really low. The Megadeth CD is also the first CD I sold.
    Do you remember the first CD you bought?

  • Hoss' most recent post laments money lost at the hands of an unfortunate acronym. Spare a thought for the poor folks at the South Korean Unification Ministry.

  • Wow. And I thought I had trouble with the air hockey community. That was nothing (thanks to Diego for the link).
  • 4 comments:

    OldHorsetailSnake said...

    I am an Internet phenomenon. I am older than any damn bouncing baby.

    I am older than Chris Lewis. And wiser. Much.

    I am not S.K.U.M. But I do have bird flu.

    Chris Cope said...

    There's no doubt about it -- you are definitely an Internet phenomenon.

    Thomas said...

    It sounds like you are judging Asians, Chris. My mom is from the Philippines. I am slightly perturbed.

    Chris Cope said...

    I would never judge Asians. As a group, they are not nearly obscure enough. And I definitely wouldn't go around insulting your mother, Thomas. If she's good enough to receive a letter from Paul, she's good enough for me.

    (A pun and New Testament humor -- how much of a dork am I?)