Saturday, April 25, 2009

Ungoly Praise

Mr Musacha: My prayers have been answered! I swear to God that if this game isn't released for the 360, I'm converting to Islam and starting a jihad against Microsoft!

Guitar Praise

Guitar Praise site: But watch out: if you can't keep up, the artists will take a break and stop the music.

sgwordy: Do they offer the option of Hail Marys as a "save?"

Mr Musacha: HA HA HA HA HA...good, good stuff. The comments are amazing as well. That South Park about Christian rock was so dead on it's frightening.

Trust Mr M, the comments are not to be missed. You must scroll past the absofuckinglutely rocking set list and read the comments. You will not be sorry. And just after you're back from buying Guitar Praise make sure to check out Christian Rock Hard.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Foul Deeds!

Major party foul, Amazon!

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Wonder Twins

Is this the best nickname for a pair of breasts or what? I am dangerously close to jealous! However, the distinct possibility of water bucket malfunctions is keeping the green-eyed monster at bay.

Yet Another Reason Why Train Travel is Bloody Great!

Saturday, April 4, 2009


You know those crazy, squiggly words that you have to type for verification when adding comments, etc? Sometimes they end up being real words or resembling what feels like a real word. This post's title is one I had to type this morning. And it looks like a real word to me! I've gone Balderdash on its ass and am trying to come up with a working definition.

Want to have your own fun with crazy, squiggly words? Leave your definition in the comments!

Friday, April 3, 2009

Obviouysyl I can spell!

It just takes me a couple tries!


Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Spinal Crack

Have you ever looked over someone’s book shelf and come away with the distinct feeling that they haven’t read even a quarter of the books they own? Well I would be that person with those shelves. BUT I have actually read almost all the books I own. What I have not done is break the bindings. If you see a book on my shelf with a tattered cover you can bet it was used when I bought it or that I lent it to someone. I can’t explain it but I cannot break the spine of a book.

And this goes for all books!

Even if I’m reading a book I think very little of or what I would consider a “beach read” I can’t mess it up. And I really want to! I want to be one of those people that opens a book and wraps the front cover around. Or one that opens a book as far as they possibly can immediately creating a giant crease in the spine. Those books look so loved and cheerfully worn. But I just can’t do it!

I do love my books and, in fact, I read them over and over! They are cheerfully worn…but only to the observing eye. And even though my first response is one of annoyance when someone returns a book to me that was pristine when it left my house and is now bent and broken, I am secretly delighted that the dirty deed has been done.

Once broken I will happily add more damage.

I recognize the psychosis in this but on the other hand, doesn't it make you feel so much better about lending me a book?