Friday, August 28, 2009
Thursday, August 27, 2009
hahaha, not that Im trying to endorse a product here, but if you have ever waited and waited and saved and saved and waited then been at the store the minute it opened, then you can totally relate to this picture.....all you need is singing in the background!
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
A big smile from 2900 Agricola to you! Had help picking todays Photo from Coady! He's my new best friend! He is SO not looking forward to school starting again.......but today he's just chillin!
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Top 10 ‘House’-isms
By Greg David
Most scathing comments from TV’s top doc
For the past five seasons of House, Dr. Gregory House (Hugh Laurie) has been uttering unforgettable lines at the expense of his friends, co-workers, bosses and even patients.
Nobody is safe from his scathing one-liners, dismissive comments and downright abusive behaviour. And we, as viewers and fans, just can’t get enough.
Thanks to fantastic writing, and wonderful delivery by Laurie, these House-isms keep us in stitches every week. Here are our Top 10 favourites:
“The great thing about telling somebody they’re dying is it tends to focus their priorities. You find out what matters to them. What they’re willing to die for. What they’re willing to lie for.” — from “Three Stories”
“Are you comparing me to God? I mean, it’s great, but so you know, I’ve never made a tree.” — from “Role Model”
“A secret club. What’s the secret, they’re all morons?” — from “Cursed”
“Like I said, there’s no ‘I’ in ‘team.’ There’s a ‘me,’ though, if you jumble it up.” — from “DNR”
“Everybody’s great when they’re half-dead.” — from “Eurphoria, Part 1”
“If you talk to God, you’re religious. If God talks to you, you’re psychotic.” — from “House vs. God”
“Dying people lie, too. Wish they’d worked less, been nicer, opened orphanages for kittens. If you really want to do something, you do it. You don’t save it for a sound bite.” — from “Hunting”
“Union rules. I can’t check this guy’s seeping gonorrhea this close to lunch.” — from “Autopsy”
“Go up his rear and get a smear. Which reminds me, kinda feel like a bagel.” — from “Lines in the Sand”
“Half the people I save don’t deserve a second chance.” — from “Living the Dream”
Which of your favourite House-isms did I miss? firstname.lastname@example.org
House returns Monday, Sept. 21, 9 p.m. ET on Global/Fox.
Monday, August 24, 2009
really all you need is a camera with a long exposure time, glow stick, or laser pointers, flashlights a tripod and a great imagination!!!
Friday, August 21, 2009
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Ha ha, so today's photo comes with a thought or two
Halloween is a MAJOR event to me! I love everything about it. The superstitions from all over the world, the creepy decorations....the mystery of it all....
This year I've been toying with the idea of going as Sookie Stackhouse from True Blood. I found a website that has the uniforms the girls wear when they work at Merlottes. hm....maybe......decision decisions decisions
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
But check this, its the first picture I've laid eyes on of Dakota Fanning in her Vampire garb...CREEPY!
Monday, August 17, 2009
Friday, August 14, 2009
A Photo of Gliese 581d.......
CANBERRA (Reuters Life!) - An Australian website is giving texting an intergalactic touch and allowing users to send short mobile phone-type messages into space.
From Wednesday and until August 24, people hankering for an out-of-this-world experience can visit www.HelloFromEarth.net to post messages no longer than 160 characters that will be transmitted to Gliese 581d, the nearest Earth-like planet outside the solar system likely to support life.
Expected delivery time, however, is some 20 years, the website said. And there's no guarantee of a response.
"It's like a 'message in a bottle' cast out into the stars. What's interesting is not just whether there's anyone listening, but what the public will say to intelligent life on another planet," said project spokesperson Wilson da Silva.
"Hello From Earth is our way of showing that science can make the impossible possible. We have been to the moon and now, we can speak to the stars," he said in a statement.
The messages, to be transmitted from the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, with the close cooperation of U.S. space agency NASA, is part of Australia's National Science Week which celebrates the country's scientific achievements and creates awareness of the importance of science.
Science Minister Kim Carr entered the first message to launch the project.
"Hello from Australia on the planet we call Earth. These messages express our people's dreams for the future. We want to share those dreams with you," his message said.
"As a child I, like many Australians, stared up at the stars and wondered what was out there. Now science has allowed me to send a personal message that may answer that question," Carr said.
(Writing by Miral Fahmy, editing by James Grubel
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
About 9:19 I woke up with a start!! OMG Im LATE!! Im usually already at work and wrapping my "first thing in the morning" emails! OMG OMG OMG, I let the dogs out, ran to the shower starting messing with the temp, then remembered I was late...it was a hot uncomfortable shower :( grabbed my toothbrush, got dressed, let the dogs in brushed my teeth in the kitchen?? Dunno why..... Dried my hair, then swore a little because I forgot my travel mug here at the station, had a to bring a mug with coffee, thank God that perked when it was supposed to! called my boss, YIKES IM LATE or something like that, tried to open the door....forgot it was locked....unlocked the door carried my coffee mug, and lunch...I think I forgot a fork and left over spaghetti is hard to eat with your hands.....anyway, jumped into the truck.... oh yeah construction on Caldwell road, while stopped at a light called the Morning BOUNCE yammered about being late! Ended up behind three transpot trucks and a cement truck, plus a woman who made it her personal mission to be a nice driver and let EVERYONE go in front of her, normally Im the nice "letting people go in front of me" person but today I was in a HURRY!!!! get to the bridge, my macpass is low so Im back to using quarters....two of my three quarters didn't work, and of course I didn't have any other quarters......tick tick tick goes the clock......finally time to get into Robie St exit, Mr White van matches my speed Im trying to go where he is, he's trying to get where I am, finally he slows down I JUST make it onto the Robie Street exit, suprisingly NO TRAFFIC when I turned onto Russel Street!! At work with 6 minutes to spare........Still catching my breath!TGI....W
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Monday, August 10, 2009
D'Angelo - Untitled (How Does It Feel)
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15. 'Turn Off the Lights,' Teddy Pendergrass (1979): ''Would you rub me down in some, in some burnin' hot oils, baby, yeah.''
This is like an instruction manual for seventies lovin' – a candle, a shower, burnin' hot oils…some sweet soul.
14. 'Cream,' Prince (1991):''Cream, get on top. Cream, you will cop. Cream, don't you stop. Cream, sh-boogie bop''
OK, there is a bit of Prince on this list but what can we say? The little guy knows sexy.
13. 'Time of the Season,' the Zombies (1968): ''What's your name? Who's your daddy? Is he rich like me?''
The bassline, the background breathing, the smooth vocals, this is one smokin' classic.
12. 'I'm Gonna Crawl,' Led Zeppelin (1979): ''I don't care just where my darling is. People I just don't care how far. I'm gonna crawl''
It's so amazing he's gonna crawl to get it. Plus there's the slow, heavy blues guitar. Oh man, so hot you could fry an egg on it.
11. Pour Some Sugar on Me, Def Leppard (1987): ''Lookin' like a tramp, like a video vamp. Demolition woman, can I be your man?''
This ode to the sweet stuff is a strip club classic and the soundtrack to a lot of late eighties high school dance floor moments leading up to the 'Stairway to Heaven' grope sessions.
10. 'Is This Love,' Whitesnake (1987): ''I've been this way before but, with you I've found the key to open any door''
We bet many a child of the late 80s was conceived to this ultimate power ballad. The video is also delicious in a glorious, hair rock kind of way.
9. 'Poison,' Alice Cooper (1989): ''I want to kiss you but I want it too much. I want to taste you but your lips are venomous poison''
She's deadly but so hot he's considering taking the risk. That's pretty hot. (There's talk that it's actually about booze but lalalalala! – covering ears - We can't heeeeeear you!)
8. 'Secret,' Maroon 5 (2002): ''I know I don't know you. But I want you so bad''
A slow, urban groove, heavy on the innuendo. We're not even sure what it's about but it's a great make-out track.
7. 'I'm On Fire,' Bruce Springsteen (1985): ''Hey little girl is your daddy home? Did he go away and leave you all alone? I got a bad desire''
A quiet, almost whispered song about serious and, either inappropriate or forbidden WANT.
6. 'Love to Love You Baby,' Donna Summer (1975): ''Do it to me again and again. You put me in such an awful spin''
You know those orgasm-y noises Donna is making on this track? The story is that she had to lie on the floor in the dark, to relax, in order to make them
5. 'Darling Nikki,' Prince (1985): ''She had so many devices, everything that money could buy. She said sign your name on the dotted line. The lights went out…''
It was the one-night stand heard around the world. Even the purple one didn't know what hit him.
4. 'Let's Stay Together,' Al Green (1971): ''Oooo oooo ooo ooo, yeah, whether times are good or bad, happy or sad''
Never has a long term relationship sounded so enticing. Staying together! Never being untrue! Oh, yes! God yes!
3. 'Sexual Healing,' Marvin Gaye (1982): ''You're my medicine open up and let me in. Darling, you're so great, I can't wait for you to operate''
All you need in your First-Aid kit. It's good for what ails you. Can we get that in an injection?
2. 'Whole Lotta Love,' Led Zeppelin (1969): ''Way, way down inside, honey, you need it''
Robert Plant is gonna give you every inch of his love. Excuse me? Is that a threat???
1. 'Let's Get it On,' Marvin Gaye (1973): ''Don't you know how sweet and wonderful life can be? I'm asking you baby to get it on with me''
The ultimate homage to the horizontal mambo – not too dirty, not too clean, the perfect plea to get it on. Yes. Let's!
Thursday, August 6, 2009
You know there are dog breeds that have bad reputations, but you can't generalize, don't hate a breed because you hear how bad they are. It's like saying all men or women are jerks because of a bad experience. Look at these two buddies....look at that face!! maaawww I'd like to meet them, they look absolutly sweet!
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
Umm are those real? Kinda looks like it eh? After this weeks episode of True Blood, I though what the heck....when I saw this picture...but really....are those real??
My fav quote from this weeks episode Lafyatte "The devil in a sunday hat, a big beautiful sunday hat"
May all time favorite Lafyatte moment has to be the "AIDS Burger" monologue. Brilliant! If you don't min the the f-bombs, chack it out here, its a great example of why True Blood is sooooooooo Good