Posts belonging to Category just because

“A Long December”

But it’s almost over:

And if you were wondering, yes, that’s Courteney Cox in the video.

“Jack Webb Schools Barack Obama on Healthcare”

This has been going around in e-mails but for those that haven’t seen it:

Why does the world seem to be more and more like The Shield every day?

Via Matt “threat to democracy” Drudge:

Baby girl cut from mom’s womb is found; 2 arrested…

Pictures from the Jeffersoniad Suite at the 2009 Republican Party of Virginia convention.

Some neat pictures of a rainbow after last evening’s rain shower.

Does anyone find it to be weird when you go outside and the sun is out but it’s raining like crazy?

It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (and I Feel Fine)

Seemed like an appropriate song given recent events.

Best. Video. Ever. (BUMPED)

UPDATE: A commenter suggested I bump this on Monday so people can have a Monday laugh and since I’m too lazy to write another post on Gary Wilson right now, here you go.

This, my friends in the militia business, is why you don’t want to be standing behind someone that’s firing a RPG:

H/t: The Jawa Report

William F. Buckley was right!

“I’d rather entrust the government of the United States to the first 400 people listed in the Boston telephone directory than to the faculty of Harvard University.”

Michael Crichton warned us about this.

It starts with ibex, and soon we have a Tyrannosaurus rex running down the streets of San Diego.

A lot of sadness…

Seriously, some of you guys need to get a life:

A survey by Nokia (NewsAlert), “Tips on How Mobile Technology Can Fuel a Better Work-Life Balance,” says that work spills into bathroom time for more than half of Americans and into the bedroom for almost 25 percent.

“The good news is that innovative and personable technology tools, like the Nokia E71, are providing us with choices on how, when and where we work,” said Bill Plummer, vice president, Nokia Americas. “However, we do acknowledge that there may be times and places where it is considered appropriate to shut off your phone or e-mail altogether.”

The study says 53 percent of American workers have been interrupted by a work-related phone call or e-mail while in the bathroom, 24 percent allowed a call to interrupt them while in the throes of passion, and 23 percent while on a date.


And although talking in bathrooms, movies and restaurants annoys many people, the madness doesn’t seem to be stopping. Seventy-five percent of those polled say technology plays a primary role in helping them balance their work and home life and 59 percent say they never turn off their mobile devices.

The survey says work often seeps into leisure time, with 62 percent of Americans having their personal lives interrupted by work at least 10 times a week. On the other hand, 65 percent have had their work lives interrupted by a personal matter.

H/t: The two goofballs [DJs] on MIX 107.3 at 4:45 p.m. Wednesday.