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Hi, This is Wayne. This is my site, my stuff, my blog, blahblahblah. The site itself is powered by WordPress and the Scary Little theme. I thought it was cool, and I still do.

October
8
2007
11:00 am
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The only Family Guy stuff I’d ever seen was a Chuck Norris skit that fed into my own interests.  I knew a lot of people liked the show, but I’d never seen it myself.  Oh, and there was this one South Park episode that purported to have “solved” how the Family Guy comes up with it’s plot and flashbacks.  And the spoof they did.

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But during a recent Garage Sale escapade (THANK YOU GOOGLE MAPS for the “add a destination” feature!!!!  It’s completely awesome and makes garage sale trips very cool while having a laptop in the car with a mobile internet card – that plus the “drag around your route” feature is awesome) I saw a semi-box set of the Family Guy – seasons 1 and 2 on 4 DVD’s.  For $4.  Total.

I snagged it and have gone through the first disk, episodes 1-7.  I must say, I’m hooked.  I laughed almost all the way through each episode.  It might even replace The Simpsons for me as far as regular must-watch TV.

Of course, I’ve only seen 1/2 of the 1st season, so I have a long way to go, and I have no idea what season they’re in now.  But at least I have plenty to watch and fill up the time!

Question: does the mom just hear gibberish when Stewie talks?  What’s up with that?  Seems the other characters hear what he says…

I see others do it (Dave at Blogography, Avitable at his site [warning: not family friendly]) and it’s a good idea – in general, try to restrict yourself to one good blog entry per day, and then with all the little things you come up with during the week that you want to blog about, but don’t want to dwarf the major entries, stick into a weekly bulleted list.  Of course, I’m unable to come up with any good blog entries at all, so maybe I can try the weekly crap and I’ll someday get somewhere.

Some call it a Weekly Rollup, others a Weekly Digest.  Some just say Weekly Blog Summary.   Mine will hereafter be called “Stuff you don’t want to MISC” for all the myriad miscellanous minutae my mind might make, mostly maul, may massacre.

“Cars” humor

Jaden (5 yr old) was playing CARS the game, and it struck me they were playing “Piston Cup”.  That’s just funny as all heck.  Some friends were over and Jaden kept asking “You wanna play Piston Cup?”

(sound it out).

Does that mean taking a drug test?

Chuck Norris Generator

http://marsupialmusic.net/stu/2007/01/chuck-norris-generator/ 

I’ve added the Google Widget for this to my google Desktop Sidebar, as I can’t get enough.  Well, I actually can (try reading the comments of the above link – ugh), but I like getting one good Chuck Norris quote per day, and this fits the bill quite nicely.  I also have the Steven Colbert Quotes of Truthiness google widget installed.

I might have to add the Chuck Norris generator to my site…. mmmm, Chuck Norris quotes.

Bowser & Blue – Colorectal surgeon

This is hilarious – a Canadian musical duo doing their song about Colorectal surgeons.

heh.  18 holes a day.  Ew. 🙂

June
9
2007
4:31 pm
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First, it started with the Chuck Norris facts, then my rendition of “Chuck Says…” pictograms, and then I downloaded the Chuck Norris Facts google widget so I would never be without inspiration. 

Now I see that he had a guest appearance on The Family Guy (which I don’t watch, but have been told at least a thousand times that I should).

Enjoy!

PS: Godzilla is a Japanese rendition of Chuck Norris’ first visit to Tokyo.

May
3
2007
8:26 am
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I’ve heard of, and used, the Church Sign generator before, but the concept seems to have grown a bit.  Now you can create badges, seals, concert tickets, cassettes, albums and more…

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Anyone who reads my blog knows I’m a big Chuck Norris fan, so I thought a few of these would be apropos from the “Chuck says” group.

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Oh, I could go on.  And I think I will, in the extended entry, below.

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March
29
2006
9:52 pm
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What do you get when you cross the Seven Dwarfs with the Four Horses of the Apocalypse?

The Seven Dwarf Horses of the Apocalypse!

Cuddly Don’t be fooled by his cute face and awkward demeanor. He will rip your throat out with his cute shoelaces if he had the chance. And he does have the chance.
Q-Tip You put this in your ear, and you’re taking a one-way trip to the afterlife. He might look furry and soft, but each of his hairs represents a soul he swindled and stole from a sweet old lady.
Buckwheat This little horsie is NOT O’tay. That’s not a mane on the back of his head; it’s a cloud of pure evil. Evil that had a bad day and needs release. He will release you from the pain of being alive.
Sourpuss The mere sound of his disdain for you has been known to cripple. I would say ‘don’t piss him off,’ but it’s pointless because he’s already there. And you soon won’t be. ‘Sourpuss’ is the ancient Swahili word for “You’d rather be dead.”
Stumbly Run. Now. As if you had a chance. He may stumble a bit, but for the most part, you’re dead. Chuck Norris is the only one ever to have known to ride Stumbly and live. Of course, Stumbly didn’t make it, but Chuck felt sorry for him so brought him back to life with a spare toenail and a belly laugh.
Rock His name isn’t so much about how hard he is, or how old, or how solid, it’s what you’re going to be doing back and forth after looking at him. And then he’ll pound you into mush. Rock mush.
Mortus A horse is a mortus, of course of course, and the corpses of mortus make a sortus of mound, a round mound of ground human fleshy parts.

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