How about offering a few links? I know it’s not nearly as cool as my witty entries, but I’ll offer a few thoughts for these links that may or may not get a guffaw or two from you, internet.
- Check out Seth’s blog where he’s found some very intriguing political videos. However, if you are one of my coworkers who are excessively liberal and refuse to be in any way open to opposing points of views, you probably DON’T want to click on that link.
- This short blog entry made me chuckle. Seriously… I chuckled, but I definitely did NOT LOL because I can’t stand that acronym.
- I’m always looking for recommendations on books to read and this blog has plenty. For those who are wondering, I currently have a spreadsheet with 167 books listed, and only 7 checked off as read. (Yes, I could add this geeky fact about me to my list of 100 Reasons I’m a Nerd.)
- I like charitable people and here’s a little blog entry about the willingness to give of both the Bidens and the Palins. But if this were a contest, then I WIN with my percentage of gross income donated to charity being higher than either families. Rock on Larrie!
- My next car (“originally born in a video game”): GTbyCITROËN. However, I could only afford it if I stopped all that charitable giving.
- This message will self-destruct… self-erasing paper. I’m thinking of all the possibilities such as vicious little notes asking about who the U.S. Communist Party is supporting, sent to excessively liberal coworkers.
- In case you’re bored at work, you might want to keep from falling asleep at your desk by designing your own headset; mine’s straight up BLING.
- And in case you thought that gas prices or healthcare were a big problem for our nation, help protect the world from squirrel nudity.
- Here’s a little something my dad would like: the world’s 23 toughest math questions. They might even be story problems… yippee!
- In case you’re still looking for that perfect, über-nerd costume, check out these night-vision goggles; makes tracking ninjas in the dark a piece of cake.
- This article about the Pope’s approval rating makes me wonder what a poll would say about President Monson’s approval rating (if you went by the sustaining at conference, I couldn’t see anyone not raising a hand, but in a crowd of 20,000, maybe I missed a shorter Priesthood holder).
- And, of course, a few political links—you’ve already heard that even though he’s only been in the senate since 2004, Obama’s the #2 receiver of $$ from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, but have you heard about these radical views?… Just something I think you should understand about Mr. Barack:
- “Obama did not need to support a party that was, in effect, a front group for communists, yet he still chose to.”
- “Obama website yanks ‘Black Panthers’ plug”
- “Obama tried to stall GI’s Iraq Withdrawal”
- “Obama’s ties to Acorn—arguably the most politically radical large-scale activist group in the country—are wide, deep, and longstanding.”
- “AIM Identifies Mysterious Obama Mentor As Communist Party Revolutionary”