Friday, December 30, 2005

Cheese Friday: Cheese truck mishap



Truck Full Of Cheese Leaves The 101 Freeway

(CBS) AGOURA HILLS, Calif. A driver allegedly abandoned his big rig, loaded with mozzarella cheese after it overturned on the southbound Ventura (US-101) Freeway in Agoura Hills.

The cheese was described as “Little Caesar’s mozzarella cheese.”

Click here for the video

Mr. DNA (would never run away from cheese)

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Time To Ditch The Donuts?

Michael Vale, the Dunkin Donuts dude, died on Christmas Eve. He's not a movie start or anything, but I would like to say that he had some impact on my life (the bit around the middle, more accurately).
Give it up for the donut guy.

thePrisoner (donut)

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Cinematical: Good News For Kane (and all kids)

Currently, production has already started on Toy Story 3, and there will soon be an announcement regarding another sequel which will be chosen amongst several scripts. So far it seems the frontrunners include Finding Nemo and Monsters Inc.

Read more at www.cinematical.com/200...

Monday, December 26, 2005

Switched To Sanka: Dead

Goodbye, Mr. Vargas.


Vincent Sciavelli, age 57.

The Story Of Christ, as told by rapping camels

This offends even me...

thePrisoner ( shalom etc. )

Read more at www.americangreetings.c...

Friday, December 23, 2005

Happy Birthday to my car

This is how I roll,yo.
Peace, out.
--thePrisoner (from Sidekick)

Charity Begins In The "Used" Bin

The RIAA 'splains where all your CD buying dollars go. It seems that 'hooks & blow' are considered miscellaneous.
No wonder these folks are suing little old ladies over their vast collection of Stain'd MP3s.

Get a laugh here then cast your mind back and leave a comment about what the last CD was you bought, and what you hope they did the money. I know that for some of you, it was a long time ago.

The last CD I bought was for an Xmas gift, so it's a secret.

thePrisoner (I don't steal music, I get it from the Puma)

What I Want For Xmas...

Awesome!!

Remember "Look The Other Way Tuesday"?
Sure y'do!
Now the good folks at http://doublefeaturefinder.com/ have composed a website to assist any multiplex friendly film watcher get his/her money worth.

Click here.

thePrisoner (don't steal movies)

Cheese Friday: Cheese snacks for the Holidays!

Mr. Food's Crispy Cheese Poppers

1-1/2 dozen

• 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened
• 1 fresh jalapeño pepper, stem and seeds removed, chopped
• ¼ cup grated Parmesan cheese
• 18 wonton wrappers (from a 16-ounce package), thawed if frozen
• 1-½ cups vegetable oil

1. In a medium bowl, combine the cream cheese, chopped jalapeño, and Parmesan cheese; mix well.
2. Place a wonton wrapper on a flat work surface. Dip your fingers in a small bowl of water and moisten the edges of the wrapper. Place about 1 tablespoon of the cheese mixture in the center of the wrapper and fold diagonally to form a triangle. Seal the edges firmly with your fingers. Continue with the remaining cheese mixture and wonton wrappers.
3. In a large deep skillet, heat the vegetable oil until hot but not smoking. Fry the wontons in batches for 30 seconds per side, or until crisp and golden. Remove with a slotted spoon to drain on a paper towel-lined platter. Serve immediately.

MR. FOOD, OOH IT'S SO GOOD!! and the Mr. Food® caricature logo are trademarks of Ginsburg Enterprises Incorporated. Recipes and other Mr. Food® materials may not be reprinted without the express written permission of Ginsburg Enterprises Incorporated.

Please Mr. Food, don't sue me. I had to share.

Thursday, December 22, 2005

Xmas fun from Jocko-Homo

Use your arrow keys to play.

Apparently this is really silly and fun, but one of my arrow keys no workie.
Sucks for me, fun for you!
I'm a giver. Give, give, give. That's me. Someone gives to me, I give to all.
Altruistic you might say.

Hi.

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

No Reason

no reason

QDB: Quote #591986: Why Atheists Suck At Trivia

Nassty; So we were playing a peaceful game of Trivial pursuit... and the Question is "What are the first 3 words of the bible?" Before I even finish the question, my friend jumps in and says, "Once upon a time..."

Read more at bash.org/?591986

Monday, December 19, 2005

Better Than Crack, wastes a little time too

This game rocks.


Played 2x, please try to beat my record. Or even better, explain just what the hell this game is about.

thePrisoner (never wears a helmet
http://www.pieinacan.us/crash.swf)

Adventures At Work

This is a true story:
I made a DVD of a project for my bosses to review. Usually they come into the edit bay and have me hit the space-bar and sit there while they look at something that they've never seen before (even though they've already told the client how great it is). But I digress...
So the DVD, I made it in iDVD and it has a basic start up screen (brushed aluminum)and a little button that shows you a clip of the video.
So my boss, K____ has had the DVD for about 30 minutes, no word. Then she staggers into the edit bay with her Dell laptop.

"Dude, dude, major problemo" she begins,"this window thing is too small to make out the text."

"Uh, K____ it's a button"
"A what?"
"Click it"


She clicks the button and the video begins playing full frame.

"It's okay" she calls back to me as she staggers out of the room, "I fixed it!"


So I loaded up Craigslist and started browsing the jobs.

thePrisoner (it's ok, I fixed it)

A Timely Guide To 'King Kong' For the Fidgety

This weekend I saw the film King Kong My two-word-review:

" SPECTACALOUS ASS-KICKERY ".

This film is way better than the Lord Of The Rings Tri-ology, however it could be a tad shorter (a big tad shorter) and this article on the Washington Post's website agrees.

If you have not seen the movie their handy guide will make the three hours and seven minutes just fly by...

Read more at Th'Post.

thePrisoner (come on you LOTR geeks, I can take it)

Friday, December 16, 2005

Cheese Friday: More with Cheese and drugs!


Flawed drug test mistakes cheese for cocaine
Thursday Dec 15
The Scotsman
RHIANNON EDWARD


AN INTERNATIONALLY recognised test for cocaine is flawed - and can throw up positive results from powdered milk and parmesan cheese, say scientists. Laboratory research shows that the "Scott test" can fail to detect the drug in some samples and can wrongly identify it in some substances where no cocaine is present.

The test, introduced in 1973, is used by many police forces as a preliminary check on substances they suspect to be cocaine. A positive result is not enough to secure a conviction, but can lead to suspects being detained until a forensic laboratory completes a detailed analysis using mass spectrometry.

"I swear officer, it's not cocaine. I'm making Chicken tetrazzini."

-Mr. DNA (never cut coke or meth with Ajax)

Thursday, December 15, 2005

V for Vendetta

Good Trailer, I got chills.

Read more at www.apple.com/trailers/...

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Damn, I wanted to change MY name to that.


Heywood... sounds kinds cool eh?

Why bash.org is good.

bash dot org is a collection of quotes that were culled from the internet. They have an rss feed to update you with some real doozies.

This was pulled from a chat room of some kind:

orangemunky: yes, but can you spell antidisestablishmentarianism???
Q-13: I can now, dumbass!
orangemunky: ........
orangemunky: shit

Do you get it? That's how I feel, all the time.

thePrisoner (...)

PhotoSlop Monday... with a message


I apologize for the poor taste of this joke.

thePrisoner (never killed no body)

Monday, December 12, 2005

It's so lame, it's cool.

-From http://www.fredflare.com

Now you can go back in time and chat old school style with this fun retro red receiver that connects to a cell phone. Works with most phones but includes adaptors, just in case! Item is 2.5”x8” Cord about 19” long. Ring! It’s for you. Click Here. $20
-Found on boing boing

I'd like one for X-mas, but does it come in black?

Photoslop Monday: Judgment Day

On a very special Photoslop Monday...Stanley "Tookie" Williams is awaiting California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's decision on clemency, which would commute his death sentence to life in prison without the possibility of parole. On Friday, the governor described his looming decision as "a very heavy responsibility." The last California governor to grant clemency was Ronald Regan in 1967, who spared the life of a mentally ill killer.
-From CNN and NPR

You make the call.

Please have all submissions in by Tuesday 9:00PM PST. If you are not a member of the SmartPatrol and wish to participate send your entry to me. Click on Mr. DNA, under contributors, for the email address.

Last weeks winner was thePrisoner with his "Toby's Secret" entry.
Thanks to everyone who entered.

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Friday, December 09, 2005

Cheese Friday: Jessica Booth, evil idiot.


Woman Allegedly Hires Hit Man for Cheese

The Associated Press
Tuesday, December 6, 2005; 7:01 PM


MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- In an unusual case of mistaken identity, a woman who thought a block of white cheese was cocaine is charged with trying to hire a hit man to steal the "cocaine" and kill four men. The woman also was mistaken about the hit man. He turned out to be an undercover police officer.

Jessica Sandy Booth, 18, was arrested over the weekend and remains in jail with bond set at $1 million on four charges of attempted murder and four counts of soliciting a murder.

According to police, Booth was in the Memphis home of the four intended victims last week when she mistook a block of queso fresco cheese for cocaine _ inspiring the idea to hire someone to break into the home, take the drugs, and kill the men.

An informant described the plot to police, who arranged a meeting between Booth and the undercover officer.

The undercover officer gave Booth some nonfunctioning handguns, bought ammunition for her because she was too young, and the two proceeded to the home under police surveillance.

Booth told the officer that any children inside the house old enough to testify would have to be killed, police said.

A search of the home with the permission of the occupants revealed no drugs _ only the white, crumbly cheese common in Mexican cuisine.

"Four men were going to lose their lives over some cheese," said Lt. Jeff Clark.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY JASON

It's Jason's birthday. Give him a call.
--thePrisoner (from Sidekick)

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Scott Baio bangs his 1,000th model and wins a fuckin' Toyota Camry!


HOLLYWOOD CA: Last night everyones fav T.V. babysitter Scott Baio bangs his 1,000th model and wins a Toyota Camry. Baio was stumbling home when out of nowhere the prize patrol confronts him with a hefty pat on the back and some shiny new car keys. When asked if he was surprised by all of this Mr. Baio stated "Of course I am surprised I thought I fucked a thousand models years ago and as a matter of fact if your handing out Camry's for every 1,000 models I give the Chachi log to then I figure you owe me 2 more Camry's." He then insulted the prize patrol camera man by saying "Hopefully they give out prizes for fuckin' fat chicks then you might be in for a Moped." Adding insult to injury the camera man was none other than Baio's estranged son Barney Baio. Barney pointed out to producers that indeed Mr. Baio was his father but he had not seen him in years. Mr. Baio replied "Oh hey you are my son huh? Sorry kid it's been a while I haven't seen your mom since I gave her the business end of my weiner." A fight erupted but ended almost as soon as it began when Barney Baio took a swing at his pop and cut his hand open on Scott's feathered hair sending him and Scott's hair to Westwood memorial hospital where Mr. Baio's hair was in serious but stable conditioner.

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

History in the Making


In a bold move, the BBC has decided to counter “the Most Watched Network” on television with their own highly anticipated fashion show. Execs for the British network have been quoted as saying “It’s been 130 years in the making, and the old gal has never looked better!”

-Submitted by Tony Hope

PhotoSloppy

Monday, December 05, 2005

CBS Press release


CBS announces the December 6th broadcast of the 2005 Victoria's Secret Fashion show will be the first in its new Pixelvision 360™ format.

"The Colombia Broadcasting System is committed to developing cutting edge technology in order to provide the viewing public with the highest quality family programming possible for free!" raves new CBS Vice President of Standards and Practices Abner Q. Fussybottom. "Not even the largest of nipples can evade our new process, thus ensuring families will be safe for any and all sorts wardrobe malfunctions or other lascivious acts so common on other networks!" declared Mr. Fussybottom to nods of approval among several high-ranking members of the FCC in attendance. Mr Fussybottom, now sweating profusely, continued, "In these difficult times it is imperative that we do our utmost to combat the moral decay that threatens the very fabric of our society, lest those who would destroy us may use our towering technological achievements against us!" As Mr. Fussybottom finished, he thrust his fist in the air. Red, white, and blue balloons fell from the rafters to the tune of Bruce Springsteen's Born In The USA* blasted forth from the public address system. When order was restored Mr. Fussybottom added that the first fifteen seasons of Murder, She Wrote will be available for download on Apple's iTunes service in January. Mr Fussybottom then left the podium and discretely placed a call to his broker to sell all of his outstanding Viacom shares immediately.

*The version used in the George H. W. Bush presidential campaign with the second verse editied out. Something about "Killing the yellow man" or Viet Nam or something. Not a big Springsteen fan, sorry.

-Submitted by Scotty "nipple" Francisco

Who Broke The Blog?

An ill wind blows...

Photoslop Monday: CBS: No HD for VS

CBS will not show the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in HD. It turns out, fashion models in HD look ugly. Who knew?

Please have all submissions in by Tuesday 9:00PM PST. If you are not a member of the SmartPatrol and wish to participate send your entry to me. Click on Mr. DNA, under contributors, for the email address.

Last week the Judges picked thePrisoner's entry " Apology Not Accepted..." as the winner.
But the Audience Prize has been awarded to Tony Hope's entry "Alien Nation".
Congrats dudes, your prize is in the mail.
... and as always, Justin's entries hold a special place in my heart.

Keep up the good work!

Jerry, Kamikaze, Tony P., Scotty F., Puma, where have you been?

Friday, December 02, 2005

the tank:LIVE FROM COLTON

If any of this were remotely legible...



--thePrisoner (from Sidekick)

Why was this in the men's room?

Pregnancy and Alcohol Do Not Mix.

Sure, but if'n I'm in the boys room I prolly ain't 'with-child'. So I might as well order m'self a Harvey Wallbanger.

--thePrisoner (from Sidekick)

Free Show Tonight!!!!



Friday December, 2 2005 at Liam's
1087 South Mount Vernon Ave., Colton, CA
With SLAB, Mulch, Wasted Society, and The Misguided
21+

It's SLAB's CD release party.
Show starts at 9:00 and I have no idea when we play.

Cheese Friday: Bad, bad, bad...



Mom Allegedly Spikes Mac & Cheese With Bleach


AP-10:04 am CST November 29, 2005

CORAOPOLIS, Pa. -- A mother has been charged with trying to poison her adult daughter and her daughter's family by pouring bleach into their macaroni and cheese dinner.

Moon Township, Pa., Police say 56-year-old Nancy O'Donnell is charged with four counts of both aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person after Saturday night's incident.

Police said O'Donnell poured the bleach on a meal Saturday night that her daughter, Victoria Lynn O'Donnell, was preparing for her live-in boyfriend, Jamal Scott, and their 6-year-old son and 2-year-old daughter.

Court records said Victoria Lynn O'Donnell confronted her mother who allegedly said she wanted to sicken her daughter, telling her that she didn't deserve her children.

Nancy O'Donnell is being held on $25,000 bond.

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

The 80's Just Ended.


Wendie Jo Sperber, has died of breast cancer.

If you are over 15 and she doesn't look familiar then shame on you.

... hastily grabbed from imdb (in reverse chronological order)

  1. Stewardess School (1986) .... Jolean Winters
  2. Back to the Future (1985) .... Linda McFly
  3. Moving Violations (1985) .... Joan Pudillo
  4. Bachelor Party (1984) .... Dr. Tina Gassko
  5. The First Time (1983) .... Eileen
    ... aka Doin' It (USA: video title)
  6. "Private Benjamin" (1981) TV Series .... Pvt. Stacy Kouchalakas (1982-1983)
  7. "Bosom Buddies" (1980) TV Series .... Amy Cassidy (1980-1982)
  8. Used Cars (1980) (as Miss Wendie Jo Sperber) .... Nervous Nona

  9. 1941 (1979) .... Maxine Dexheimer
  10. Dinky Hocker (1979) (TV) .... Susan 'Dinky' Hocker
  11. Corvette Summer (1978) .... Kuchinsky
    ... aka The Hot One
  12. I Wanna Hold Your Hand (1978) .... Rosie Petrofsky
Sure, sure she worked after 1986, but by then the damage was done.

Wendie Jo Sperber was a mainstay of broad (and awesome) comedies in the 80s. This news sucks.

thePrisoner (could use a laugh today)

Chronicles Of Work: Returns

I've laid off of doing this because the hotel has been incredibly quiet and boring for a damn long time - -- until now...

Last night I had the special privilege of sitting through (slash operating a show, which entailed me hitting play and pause on a CD player for 4 hours) a re-election diatribe for the D.A. of Orange County. First off, I hate politics/politicians/anything to do with that crap, so I wasn't that thrilled about enduring a couple hours of very solid b.s.. But, as it's my job from time to time I did.

I got to draw some of the pitiful people that were there and one of the security guys for the governor of Massachusetts was a cool guy. I have no idea why the Massachusetts governor was there, but he was just as skeevy as the politicians we have here. Nice to know, they don't change from climate to climate. The deep grooves in their face, the Wal-Mart cologne and the obviously dyed black hair remains a constant no matter which "public official" you talk to.

Anyhoo, I had to fire my little actual blog up for one reason. Remember, those of you who0 know The Prisoner and Mr. DNA, the wacky group of religiousish (is that a word, oh well) nutjobs that they did their DVD for? Well, I might have topped them with this neato little event coming up this Sunday. If any of you wanna come to the hotel with me on Sunday and both see the wackos for yourself/protect me, I'd welcome the company.

So here's the group's website - Kryon

You must go to the FAQ page, it's a wonder of human zaniness. Aside from everything sounding like a Ted Nancy letter (the pseudonym of Jerry Seinfeld from the Letters From A Nut books. If you don't know what those are, you must pick one up, it's genius, anyway...), they're just awe inspiring as to just how fucked up people can be.

I'm not one for religion anyway, but godammit do these guys take the celestial cake.

After every answer to question I just want to add "It also represents a penis." (See the film: A Mighty Wind) At the bottom of the FAQ page is a way for the common loon to ask a question of Kryon - I strongly recommend every one of us does so.

Well, the event starts Sunday. I have to go set up for it Saturday night, then run away as fast as I can before they make me wear black Nikes and purple robes.

I'll let y'all know what the hell went on afterwards.

Wish me luck and may Kryon live in your pants forever.

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Necesito el bano...

Camera phone in the men's room... Bad bad bad.
--thePrisoner (from Sidekick)

Alien Nation


In a stunning revelation in front of dozens of cameras and reporters, Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham revealed to the world his true identity as the lovable "Grig" from the hit film "The Last Starfighter".

Submitted by: Tony "Beta Unit" Hope

Apology Not Accepted...

Pasmaquaadi, Iraq: It seems that Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham's tear-stained apology fell on deaf ears, as shown in this snapshot.

Camp Pendleton's own Rick "The Tinklemeister" Pissman sent his response by "Special Delivery... out of my wiener!"

- thePrisoner

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! ... you're old.




Happy Birthday to Smart Patrol contributor Jerry. What can I say about him...? Hmmmmmm. Uummm, yeah... HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

-Mr. DNA (My mom always told me, "If you don't have something nice to say, keep your mouth shut".)

Monday, November 28, 2005

Mediocre politician resigns after getting stuck in shitty pinball machine

Smiley Island Ontario: Randy "Duke" Cunningham resigned his post today when it was discovered that for the last three weeks he has been stuck in a Star Trek pinball machine. In a fluke mishap The Duke was chasing a six year old boy through Smiley Island funstop Nickleballs for "Smartin' off" to his lovely wife Darlene when he tripped and went headfirst into the decades old machine. Eyewitnesses say that the boy became more and more irritated when Mr. Cunningham refused to give him next game on Dig Dug. Mrs. Cunningham was wearing a very colorful tight fitting checkered blouse when the boy stated "If I don't start Diggin Dug then I'm gonna play some Rubick's boobs with your wife". Soon after Mr. Cunningham got stuck he was riduculed with taunts such as "Duke Trek 2 The search for Cock" and "Tilt a Queer". For weeks he tried to hide the fact that he was stuck in the machine but during a special session of congress a janitor got high score and yelled "Jumanji!" from that moment on the jig was pretty much up. A Nickleballs spokesman said "The machine can stay but if it comes in even one nickle short at closing then he will stick him out back and hire a drifter to take a crap on him".

Photoslop Monday: ... a crooked politician? Really?

"I misled my friends, family and myself. The truth is, I broke the law and disgraced my office and myself," -Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham

I don't feel any sympathy for this guy. He's a bad man.

Please have all submissions in by Tuesday 9:00PM PST. If you are not a member of the SmartPatrol and wish to participate send your entry to me. Click on Mr. DNA, under contributors, for the email address.

Last weeks winner was thePrisoner! Congrats.

Friday, November 25, 2005

Have I Told You About Florida?




People tackling each other at a Wal•Mart in Florida.
Gets you right in the old ticker don't it?
NOTE: The Hero is sportin' a can of Copenhagen... Where's my mullet shears?

Happy Holidays, except Florida

Bad News: Mr. Miyagi has died.

Daniel-san is said to be sad.
link

Cheese Friday: Thankful



It's Cheese With a Crunch

By MARK BITTMAN N.Y. Times

Published: November 23, 2005

It took me until midlife to realize that the beloved Cheez-Its of my childhood (or the inferior but still pretty good Cheese Nips) were based on a real pastry: cheese cracker, commonly called cheese straws. These can be as simple as Cheddar cheese, flour and a little binder, or as elaborate as puff pastry with cheese folded into it. When I finally did "discover" cheese straws, I was so thrilled that I pursued the most difficult recipe possible, and stuck with that for years.

Gradually I realized that by making the process simpler and using better ingredients, I could enjoy cheese straws more often. Now they're my default homemade finger food for guests.

The simplification involved what has become my standard approach to pastry: dump everything in the food processor and try not to overdo it (with tender pastries like this one, you want to process only until the ingredients are combined).

This cut the mixing time from several minutes to several seconds. You still have to cut the straws out by hand, but there's no way around that. You can use a pasta machine set to fettuccine width, but in terms of time, I find it's pretty much a wash.

What makes a huge difference is the quality of ingredients: I replace some of the Cheddar with Parmesan, which improves the flavor immeasurably. I also use a good amount of butter. The result is the Platonic ideal of the Cheez-It, what its inventor was trying to duplicate.

Of course if you don't want the ideal but a regular Cheez-It, you could use all Cheddar, and margarine instead of butter. You can also abandon the classic cheese straw shape and cut tiny squares. Good luck.

Here's the video
Here's the recipe

Thursday, November 24, 2005

THANKSGIVING


Dude #1:"Hey, nice turkey!"
Dude #2:"Actually it's a chicken"
Dude #1:"I was talking to the chicken"


Thanksgiving is probably my favorite holiday.

'See, folks came here looking for something. For the wacky buckle hat dudes it was freedom to worship in their own debauched, sicky sicky way*. Today people still flood the shores and cross the borders, risk life, limb and leave their homes and loved ones behind (maybe forever) because someone told them there was something better or somewhere better.

Let's be honest, if they didn't come here, strawberries would cost a heck of a lot more than they do. I'm not being crass (maybe a little) but it kills me to hear some jerk on the radio who wants to hop in his SUV and protect our borders from folks whose biggest crime was being too far behind his forefathers in line when the gates to this great nation swung open and inviting...

I digress.

America comes with no guarantees tho'. I must (begrudgingly) accept that nothing is guaranteed or promised or assured here. What we have here is a chance, an opportunity, a lottery ticket.

So if you're looking around your concrete basement apartment, no cable TV, internet or what have you, looking around and dreading the question that always rises up from the dinner table...

"So what are YOU thankful for this year?",
people mean well, and you don't want to be rude, and you know that they don't really want to know how the struggle is getting you down and you aren't feeling particularly thankful for jack squat.

"So what are YOU thankful for this year?",
sure there are people that have it worse than you, but are you supposed to be grateful for that? "It could be worse" is not something to cheer about.

"So what are YOU thankful for this year?",
can't I just say whatever I said last year? What did I say last year?

"So what are YOU thankful for this year...?"

let me give you a pretty safe, fits most sizes, kind if answer.

"'Games not over yet, and I'm still in it". And if you're still reading this then you must be one of the people who knows me, and I'm thankful for you too.

HAPPY THANKSGIVING
call your mother

toby



*Actually I don't know too much about the buckle hat dudes, but whatever they were into, I bet it was wacky.

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

23 Years Later...

"I know that dang ship done gotsta be 'round be somewhere.
Damn Asians, poison m' Daddy and hidin' spaceships."

Monday, November 21, 2005

Photoslop: President Leads Troops Out Of Iraq



Photoslop Monday : This is a picture.

Please have all submissions in by Tuesday 9:00PM PST. If you are not a member of the SmartPatrol and wish to participate send your entry to me. Click on Mr. DNA, under contributors, for the email address.

P.S. Last week everyone was a winner becuase the judges could not come to a decision.
You all rule!

Sunday, November 20, 2005

Prisoner's Tips: Black Friday is coming


Thanksgiving is right around the corner and afterwards is the biggest shopping day of the year.
If you're going to be smart you might want to start your shopping early. Assuming you aren't tapped out from scoring an Xbox 360 you can always hit THIS SITE for a quick run down of the best deals and bargains to be had.

I don't know why I'm posting this, but it might be useful. Here's a suggestion tho', don't just scan the list for stuff you want for yourself. That is a great way to go broke.

thePrisoner (making a list, checking it twice)

Friday, November 18, 2005

Cheese Friday: Cheese as a power to end hunger... strikes?

Grilled cheese sandwich ends inmate's hunger strike.

By: Frank Gluck - The Gazette

IOWA CITY, IA - A grilled cheese sandwich ended the hunger strike of a Johnson County inmate awaiting a first-degree kidnapping trial, Sheriff Lonny Pulkrabek announced this afternoon.

John A. Wenman, 28, had a vegetarian lunch Monday featuring a grilled cheese sandwich. The meal ended his 21/2-week hunger strike.

''He just all of a sudden decided to take his tray,'' he said.
Read more


-Ahhhhh the power of Cheese

Thursday, November 17, 2005

This my monitor, there are many monitors like it, but this one is mine.

I declined the fasted G5 ever made, but accepted the lovely screen. I
was afraid that my bosses would expect me to be magically enabled with
real time edit power.
Good luck to Kevin.
--thePrisoner

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Ugly Bitch blows up worlds most awesome duct tape belt!

SandJunction Iraq: Reports are coming in from multiple sources and we are sad to report that some ugly bitch blew up the world's most awesome duct tape belt. Rumours that the nations most kickass masking tape supspenders were seen running from the scene were unfounded. In related news the world's most bitchin slacks were in a car accident with no serious unjuries although a Subway sandwich was DOA* *Delicious on arrival

Tuesday, November 15, 2005

"I endorse this product"

spotted on Gizmodo.

PhotoSlop Monday... with a message

AKA: Monday...

Normal is getting dressed in clothes that you buy for work and driving through traffic in a car that you are still paying for - in order to get to the job you need to pay for the clothes and the car, and the house you leave vacant all day so you can afford to live in it.
- Ellen Goodman

Monday, November 14, 2005

Submitted by Scott "Mr. Gimp" Francisco