Archive for September, 2010



KFC Buys Ad Space On Coeds’ Butts

According to USA Today –

KFC wants folks to watch its backside. Or, more precisely, the backsides of female college students it’s recruiting to promote its hot new bunless Double Down sandwiches. Women on college campuses are being paid $500 each to hand out coupons while wearing fitted sweatpants with “Double Down” in large letters across their rear ends.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Inspiration Is A Free Bird At Last

Yahoo reports –

Leonard Skinner, the high school gym teacher who inspired the band name Lynyrd Skynyrd, has died at age 77 in a Riverside, Florida nursing home. Skinner, born Forby Leonard Skinner, never intended to become a piece of rock-and-roll history. He was simply enforcing a dress code at Robert E. Lee High School in the late 1960s when he fatefully sent a few teenagers to the principal’s office for violating new rules about hair length. “The hair had to be two fingers above the eyebrows, couldn’t touch the collar,” Skinner explained in an interview several years ago. “One of the ones I sent down was in this band … called the One Percent,” he recalled, referring to the band that would later become Lynyrd Skynyrd.

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Dilbert’s iPhone [pic]

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Interesting Site – or Another Frightening Site?

ZapaTag.com allows anyone to report anyone who does anything offensive in a vehicle by posting the offender’s license plate number and a short description of what that a**hole did. Also, it has a search function so you can check if anyone has turned you in. I see ZapaTag as a great alternative to road rage.  Perhaps, others see a nefarious use for this site.

Go to ZapaTag.com and browse the latest offenders.

Hamster Crash [video]

The Republican Solution [pic]

How To Fix A Noisy Hard Drive [video]


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