Monday, August 21, 2006

Random stuff..

8 out of 10 adults are so dependent on their cell phones they can't bear to turn them off during sex.

Northwest Airlines gave out a booklet to soon be laid off employees that included a line "don't be shy about pulling something you like out of the trash".

Some French guys wanted to roll the biggest joint ever. It got to 32 inches before they got arrested.

When Madonna tours one of her demands..a brand new hermetically sealed toilet seat. It must be suspected by a member of her staff before it is installed (wonder what that gig pays?)

The direct medical costs of obesity have reached 93 billion a year in the USA. That is 9% of the country's health care bills.

Median cost for a parking space averages $15.28 a day in major US Cities.

A Student at the University of Central Florida set fire to his dorm room. The reason: To meet girls while the dorm was being evacuated.

A British supermarket chain will start to sell square watermelon. They do this by growing them in wooden boxes.

Kim Jong II sent Fidel Castro a get well message...he wished him a speedy recovery so he can continue the Cuban Revolution.

Did you know..there is a floating trash "island" TWICE the size of Texas stuck between Hawaii and California? Its stuck there due to slow winds and current.

Toyota has passed Ford and the #2 car in America. They build more cars in the USA than they do in Japan.

The latest version of the New Orleans telephone book has 100,000 fewer people listed and 17 fewer pages of business listings. The dining guide has been replaced with evacuation maps. (New Orleans Times -Pucayune)

Since the US Army raised the age limit to 42 only 5 people have signed up. (Time)

The US House of Representatives is scheduled to meet only 241 days this year. (Harpers)

Some 30% of Americans are not sure in which year Sept 11, 2001 took place. (Washington Post)

The average credit card debit of 25-34 year olds...$5,200.00 (Business Week)_

And we wonder why the rest of the world hates America.....

A Tennessee man has legally changed his middle name to "none of the above" in hopes of appealing to voters who are not sure of who they want to vote for.

Mobility scooters are very popular with "lazy shoppers" often times leaving the folks that need them without.

A camper is suing the US government because he fell off a cliff while looking for a place to pee during the night. The plaintiff said it should have been marked. He is suing for mental anguish.

A Connecticut town has banned a teenager from selling earthworms. The 13 year old opened his "nightcrawler" business and at its peak he was making 5 to 10.00 a month but because he erected a home made sign, he violated zoning laws.


At Monday, August 21, 2006 10:33:00 AM , Blogger The Guinness Tooth said...

That kid selling eartworms has been allowed to sell them again. It only took two days for the board to back pedal.

Where did you read about that trash island twice the size of Texas? I searched google new, but came up with nothing.

At Monday, August 21, 2006 10:39:00 AM , Blogger March to the Sea said...

thats good news on the worms.

Here is part of the story on the trash:

At Monday, August 21, 2006 11:23:00 AM , Blogger Sharon S said...

funny about people leaving the cell phone on during sex - those people must not be married. Sex...what's that????

At Monday, August 21, 2006 6:45:00 PM , Blogger Jenny G said...

The idea of a trash island creeps me out for some reason.

At Tuesday, August 22, 2006 12:14:00 AM , Blogger The Guinness Tooth said...

I'd like to claim trash island as my own. I'd declare myself king, and rule with an iron fist. Unfortunantly those namby pamby's over at the UN have already addressed this issue, and according to the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, a sovereign state cannot be created by man in international waters. I won't let that stop me though, I'll just do what they did over at the Principality of Sealand.

At Tuesday, August 22, 2006 6:09:00 AM , Blogger Hotwire said...

is htat trash island thing true? twice the size of texas is awfully large...


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