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Monday, January 28, 2008

"Life is to be enjoyed, not just endured."

President Gordon B. Hinckley passed away yesterday. The Salt Lake Tribune published a great article about him... you can read it here.

This was a very nice tribute from CNN's Glenn Beck, which I found on Happy Life... please watch:



More Caffeine, Please posted some of my favorite quotes from President Hinckley:

"In all of living, have much of fun and laughter. Life is to be enjoyed, not just endured."

"Let your children be exposed to great minds, great ideas, everlasting truth, and those things which will build and motivate for good."

"The way will be lighter, the worries will be fewer, the confrontations will be less difficult if we cultivate a spirit of happiness."

"We must work at our responsibility as parents as if everything in life counted on it, because in fact everything in life does count on it."

"True love is not so much a matter of romance as it is a matter of anxious concern for the well being of one's companion."

He will be missed!

Online diversions

I could spend hours online... and, in fact, I do! But sometimes, I find worthy diversions, like reading the news, researching a question I have, or testing my geography skills. Check out The Traveler IQ Challenge. It tests your knowledge of the location of world cities and famous places. Very quick & addictive!!

But, even more entertaining would have to be Flight of the Hamsters. No real redeeming value in this game, other than feeling like a star each time the hamster splats on the ground. (I love the cheering section!)

Tastes like tapioca pudding...


...and they say getting crapped on is good luck!

Where can I recycle my used asbestos?

No joke... there are places you should drop off asbestos, instead of anywhere you please like on The Sopranos. Visit earth911.org to find out where you can recycle paper, plastic, etc. in your local area.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Brian the Brain

So Brian found this toy on Buy.com, and he really seemed to like it for some reason...

Your search for the ideal roommate stops here. Not only is Brian The Brain™ not messy, but he is an artificial-intelligence (AI) electronic neural life-form with attitude to spare. When you need help with homework, he's there for you. His massive cognitive power boasts text-to-speech software with a practically unlimited speaking vocabulary. Brian's brain harbors the entire Concise Encyclopedia from Britannica®, a dictionary, a world history timeline, a digital clock with timer, a calendar and a personal organizer. He is filled with fun interactive games, mind-boggling trivia, yuk-yuk jokes and weird, useful facts. Brian The Brain is a speakerphone, too; and he will guard your privacy with his motion-sensing intruder alert. Features voice-recognition software and AI that helps him to learn who you are so he can tailor his interactions based on what you need to know, want to do or like to play. He's the roommate you never had!

Saturday, January 12, 2008

I could watch this for hours...

It really doesn't matter what they're saying... it's just funny TV! I'm not sure why they're wearing the silver bodysuits...

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

It's coming... !!!

UPDATE: Get your FREE Target coupons here for discounts on Global Bazaar products!

One of the many, many reasons I love Target is their annual
Global Bazaar.

Each winter, after Christmas, a portion of the store is transformed into a mini-Pier 1 (but with way cuter stuff) for a few weeks.

This year's Global Bazaar is arriving in a Target store near you on January 6th...

CHECK IT OUT!

CHEAP Magazine Subscriptions!

If you happen to be a magazine aficionado like we are, then this post is for you!

Before you pay the standard magazine subscription fee straight from the publisher, check eBay first.

I just bought a 1-yr Home Magazine subscription for only $3.99 (50% less than what the publisher was charging)!
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