This is how you sound to me.
'CAUSE I GONNA MAKE YOU SEE
THERE'S NOBODY ELSE HERE
NO ONE LIKE ME
I'M SPECIAL SO SPECIAL
I GOTTA HAVE SOME OF YOUR ATTENTION GIVE IT TO ME!
...except the Pretenders could carry a tune. Crazy person.
Did you dig out your old Mister Microphone just to do that?
...crazy is as crazy does.
I remember my dad singing that song while we worked... Good times...
I like this song. :D
I don't know at who's directed at, but I like this entry :P
I did it!
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Don't let our government block us from the information of the world. Not when it's so easy to let them know we won't stand for it. Let's stop it now!
Serious warning that could help you.
Today in our work inbox was an email from the Better Business Bureau stating that a complaint had been reported against us. It was asking us to respond to the complaint as they were investigating.
Now, I'm a careful person. I never open dodgy emails, attachments, or links. NEVER. This passed the sniff test...the link was bbb.org
You guessed it; I clicked. I thought perhaps our thrift store had received a complaint. The link took me to a site that looked broken, probably because Stabb has my computer protected even from me.
I was immediately very suspicious and called the BBB. As their automated system began directing you, the FIRST choice was: If you have received an email stating that a complaint has been received against your business, please press star.
At that point, a wordy explanation about the email scam that is trying to infect your computer with a virus ensues. They state several times that you are not to click links or open attachments. The phishers have disguised the true destination as looking like the bbb. They give an address where you can forward the email: email@example.com
It must be pretty pervasive, so I want you to be aware. I'm going to forward the email now.
No. No, that touchdown did NOT just happen with 9 seconds left. No. I don't care what you say. It didn't happen.
Stabb recently bought a big fancy schmncy dood tv with hi def and 3d yadda . As you may guess, it's not a big deal for me but he really likes it. So, tonight we're watching the Saints game and I get real close and personal with the concept that televisions can be TOO damn clear. I can see crotch sweat and ass sweat...CLEARLY. GAH! There is something to be said for a little fuzziness in your image.
Commercials where they give babies adult voices. I hate these like prom queens hate spiders. I find it creepier than scary movies. Not quite as scary as a face staring into my window, but close. *shudder*
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