oldschool CxC

Thursday, January 29, 2004

It's a shame, really, that Rick and Sam are doing such a good job repairing the floor at Luka's. Otherwise the employees might have so much more fun.

E: Man, I love a good fall in a hole video. She may have broken several bones, but the benefit to society more than compensated.

"Jackson allegedly seduced boys by giving them Coke cans filled with white wine he called 'Jesus juice' and red wine he nicknamed 'Jesus blood.'"

You know, I have tried MANY TIMES to use that line on women, and it's never worked for me. Oh well, perhaps it was because none of them were children. I think Jackson has a shot at turning this evidence around and convincing a jury he is actually an ordained priest. That way he'll simply be reassigned to another parish, and the whole thing will just go away...

Wednesday, January 28, 2004

Perhaps Germans don't know that spotted dick is usually served for dessert.

"Mr Meiwes allegedly took Mr Brandes back to his home in Rotenburg, where the victim agreed to the removal of his penis, which Mr Meiwes then flambéed and served up to eat together."

Wednesday, January 21, 2004

Welcome to Michael's world...

More MJ fun...Escape from Neverland game

Wednesday, January 14, 2004

didn't someone post a link to Claude LaLouche's Rendezvous? (Where he tears around Paris in Ferrari, cineme verite style)? I can't find it. Worth checking out if you want to buy the DVD.

Glenn- the HOrnblower books are pretty good, but describe Napoleanic era naval battles

Tuesday, January 13, 2004

what's going on here? did I not get the notice and is everybody at some other blog? it's already two weeks into the new year and no one has offered the obligatory 'happy new year' notice. or perhaps we're all still sleeping it off, hmm? or maybe we're all waiting for the proper Chinese New Year, sometime very soon. well, whatever. I'm still waiting for the latest and greatest verbal battle.

in other news...get any good books for the holiday? I've strangely gotten interested in military history and right now I'm concentrating on 18th and 19th century stuff. good ol' imperialism and such and when war was a gentleman's sport. anyhow, I'd be interested in what you all are reading...(again).