Monday, December 10, 2007
So since I'm moving into a new apartment and all, I thought I'd get a wall mount kit for my tv. So naturally I go to Best Buy to pick one up, only to find that they're charging 400 fucking dollars. That's right. 400 bucks for a few pieces of metal and a bag of screws. Thanks for rewarding my loyalty to your store by gouging the shit out of me on a product that you're probably already making about a 500% profit margin on if you charged 100 bucks for it. So I check amazon to see what someone in their right mind is charging for the same, if not better, kit. $150, on my doorstep, for this little beauty:
In conclusion, here's what I learned today:
Tuesday, December 4, 2007
Friday, October 26, 2007
As you may already be familiar with, Chester Cheetah is the spokesman for the universally beloved snack we know as Cheetos:
According to wikipedia, Cheetos are a "cheese flavored snack made from extruded cornmeal.", not exactly appetizing. Without Chester Cheetah's unwavering loyalty to Cheetos, would I be as comfortable eating "extruded cornmeal"? I think not.
But who is Chester Cheetah? Aside from having great taste in snack food, we know virtually nothing about him. I for one see Chester Cheetah as an innovator and trendsetter, who marches to the beat of his own drum. He boldly proclaims, "I take my sunglasses off for no man, and pants? Who needs 'em?"
One may be able to infer that Cheetos have somehow given him abilities that no other Cheetah, to my knowledge, possesses. He wears shoes, converses with humans (somehow managing to control his hunger for flesh, presumably because of massive Cheeto consumption), and even participates in many sports. Including:
Soccer: Even Basketball:
(Wearing a jersey and shoes, but remaining pantsless)
I for one believe the world would be a better place if we all learned a lesson or two from Chester Cheetah. Wouldn't the world be a better place if we learned to love one another, share a bag of Cheetos, and also, not wear pants? I urge you to live your life as Chester Cheetah would. WWCCD?
Tuesday, October 23, 2007
So here we go. Prepare to be dazzled and amazed by my stunning mastery of the english language as I write about topics ranging from culturally relevant (last night's episode of Dexter), to mundane (what I had for lunch), to philosophical (What we can learn from Chester Cheetah). So check back. I don't know exactly where I'll be taking you, but I promise to show you some cool shit on the way. As an added bonus for reading my first post, I leave you with this: