Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Hardball College Tour Liveblog.

A couple of predictions of Johnny Walnuts appearance today with Chris Matthews

Tweety fawns all over him.
He becomes confused at a question
He loses his cool at a questioner
He gets booed by a group of yougsters

Please God, let him be as incompetent as he was on MTV


I was wrong. Tweety didnt have the guts to follow up. Not one tough question. Utterly disappointing. I like this exchange though about what the young people watch. He also at some point described life in small town america as being occupied by people who lived through the depression. I guess he has got that demographic all locked up.

Matthews: Why do you think so many young people are attracted to the words of Barack Obama?

McCain: He's eloquent and people want a change. But I can make a change in the future, ability to educate country, motivate the country. But I will contest every vote of every young American, and that's why I did The View and Letterman

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

maybe your body will eat your -ss

Sparky: I want you to think of what you ate today. Got it? Now cut that in half, this is called a diet, people, everyone start one today! Darcy, you should stop eating. You see, when you skip a meal, your body feeds off its fat stores. And if you skip enough, maybe your body will eat your ass!

To curtail Japan's overweight population, the Japanese health ministry recently mandated that all waistlines among its 56 million workers over age 40 be below “regulation size” of 33.5 inches (for men). Any company failing to bring its employees’ weight under control--as well as the weights of their family members--will be fined up to 10% of its earnings by the government.

According to government officials, 27 million Japanese--about half of all adult workers--have health indices (cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar and BMI) that don’t meet ideal numbers, and will be targeted for mandatory medical intervention. The director of the Medical Urban Clinic in Osaka, Toshio Mochizuki, says he is concerned about the new movement. “I’m worried that the overweight will start to be shunned at the workplace and these new rules will make no one want to hire them,” he said. Read the full article here.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

What has Colin has been up to for the past 8 years..

I started laughing hysterically at work listening to the fat trainer at the first one.

This second one is getting some major hits on the youtube.

And of Course rock, paper, scissors. Fred, I think colin stole his lines in this clip from my imitation of that dude who was hitting on Alyssa the night before Patty and Eds wedding. "I could cut you man. I could cut you."