Tuesday, October 17, 2006


7th post

Here's a TV series coming soon to a station near you: The OZ. It's about a scarecrow, a tin man, a lion, and a young country girl all living in Los Angeles. One of them is a pimp. Don't ask me why I just said that.
Pluto is still a planet. We know this because the aliens living there recently contacted the government, and since we don't want to embarrass them by referring to them as coming from a "dwarf planetoid", it's been re-upgraded.
Cut the lights, I'm gonna fall off...
I've mentioned before that my class anthem is "Waka Waka". Its title is quite similar to a song called "Waka Laka", which is like it a lot except not really. And now for something completely different.
"Ragenalie" is not a real word. Make a note of that, children.
If you ever stick your tongue in a toaster, you deceive what you reserve.
Listen to the Weird Al Yankovic song "You Don't Love Me Anymore" (Fan-made AMV: www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWEzW4yWre0), admit to me that it's the best song you've ever heard, and I'll give you a whole carton of jalapen~o-flavored ice cream. With a cherry on top too. Maybe even sprinkles, if I feel like it. Please?

TODAY'S BOOK: "It's Not Over 'Til it's Over", by Al Silverman ((c) 2002)

TODAY'S MOVIE: "Cats & Dogs", from Warner Bros. (2001)

WWWW2?: Bugs Bunny.

TODAY'S WEBSITE: www.snoopy.com One of the longest-running and highest-syndicated comic strips ever, "Peanuts"--featuring Charlie Brown, Linus, Lucy, Schroeder and, yes, Snoopy--was beloved by generations of children. Although the series finished its run a few months before the death of its creator, Charles Schulz, its spirit lives on in this informative website, featuring news, character bios, and downloadable stuff, as well as a daily reprinted strip.


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