Friday, September 30, 2005

There is no such thing as a 100 inch boob

Huh? What? Why not? Very Dissappointing, you say?
Too Bad it's true. In order for a woman to have a 100 inch boob I propose that she would have to be over 100 inches tall. And 100 inches is pretty tall. Also, they would be very heavy and I do not believe a woman with a 100 inch boob could walk.

May I have your attention please? This is a very excellent cause. Go support it. The home page is safe to view. They are raising money for breast cancer research.

Here are some interesting boob facts I learned today, or actually, I will learn them and then I will paste them here.

The List (all direct quotes that I am not going to give source credit to)
Some studies have shown that bare breasts can elicit heightened sexual desires from men and women.
There are many slang terms for the breasts. The terms, boobs, tits, boobies, cans, rack, hooters, knockers, headlights, twins, melons and jugs are commonly employed, though are generally considered derogatory or vulgar.
Women with exceptionally large breasts may experience back pain, whilst in some Western societies there is a belief amongst some that small breasts make a woman less sexually attractive.
There is no relationship between breast size and ability to breastfeed.
According to the results of the 'Size UK' survey, the average bra size in the UK has increased from a 34B in the 1950s to a 36C today, and the average size for US women is a 34B as of 2005
Males also have breasts and are born with the main milk ducts intact, but while the gland that produces milk is present in the male, it normally remains undeveloped. In some situations male breast development does occur, a condition called gynecomastia.

Here's a quick flash <- Safe for work, but still interesting! NOT SAFE FOR WORK - Can you spot the fakies?

Here's a List from obviously written by an ugly and flat-chested woman...

From an April Survey from Mentor Corporation...
-- 65% of Survey Respondents Were 35 Years of Age or Older, Married and Mothers
-- 88% of Survey Respondents Agreed With the Statement "Breast Augmentation Is a Personal Choice That Helps Women Achieve the Confidence and Well-Being To Flourish In Other Areas of Their Lives"

Tis one really puzzles me again, safe for work

Here are 20 facts about your set (PS This list is by Cosmo and it sucks)
1. Breasts get Fat
2. But they weigh less than you think.
3. They're thin-skinned.
4. Stray strands are normal. (hair)
5. Each pair has its own point.
6. They have their own monthly cycle.
7. There's a right time to take them to the doctor.
8. Four million of them are fake.
9. But implants still pose health risks.
10. They can get sunburned even if you're not topless.
11. They have a T zone.
12. Cleavage has many components.
13. Sleep affects your shape.
14. They hate jogging as much as you do.
15. But the right exercise can give them a little lift.
16. Nipples can come in threes.
17. Pregnancy can darken nipple pigment.
18. You get your set from either parent.
19. The left is usually larger.
20. They grow past puberty.

And on that note, I may have just broke some of my toes. Time to go see the doctor. F-ing OUCH!

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Since it’s Wednesday, it must be Prince Spaghetti and Beer Day.

iThinkinc. is looking for: Men, Ages 21 to 45 In the Detroit, Boston, Cleveland and Indianapolis areas to participate in a survey on beer. They will compensate you for your time. $2 to fill out the information attached to this link. More cash will follow if you qualify to continue with more of the Beer Survey. I also get a dollar if you sign up, so go for it, send my kids to college.

Please note ithinkinc. only accepts 2 sign-ups per physical address.

To get started:
Click on the link below to fill out a profile

The first item in the sign up process will ask for referral code.
Please enter the following code in the space provided so I can receive credit.

Once you are signed up, you will be contacted in the next few weeks to take part in the study. Forward this story or blog address ( to anyone you know who is between 21-45 that drinks beer. Perhaps like an active fraternity chapter...

Recent Beer news...
Sept 21, 2005 - Regular drinkers of spirits and those defined as heavy beer drinkers run a higher risk of developing colorectal tumors, according to a new study. Researchers also found wine drinkers may have a lower risk.
(The rest of the story)

Sept 14, 2005 - The Abita Brewing Co., located 30 miles north of New Orleans but spared major storm damage from Hurricane Katrina, has launched two initiatives to help raise funds for Katrina victims.
(The rest of the story)

The Beer Chart (Click for article and Woman’s Chart)

Drinks per lb of Body Weight in Pounds for Men

100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240
.04 .03 .03 .02 .02 .02 .02 .02
.08 .06 .05 .05 .04 .04 .03 .03
.11 .09 .08 .07 .06 .06 .05 .05
.15 .12 .11 .09 .08 .08 .07 .06
.19 .16 .13 .12 .11 .09 .09 .08
.23 .19 .16 .14 .13 .11 .10 .09
.26 .22 .19 .16 .15 .13 .12 .11
.30 .25 .21 .19 .17 .15 .14 .13
.34 .28 .24 .21 .19 .17 .15 .14
.38 .31 .27 .23 .21 .19 .17 .16

Get your Beer Here!

Tuesday, September 27, 2005


It seems that today is Tuesday, September 27, 2005... Well what do ya know, if you have the ocassion to drop me a comment, call me names, or whatever, please do. I'd like to write on topics of interest to my loyal readers, but I'm not sure if I have loyal readers, or even ocassional readers.
Here is my book report for Today, I read an article on the Intelligent Design court battle and I thought that this was a good topic for Truck Drivers. Then I felt bad, like I was insulting truck drivers. But I did it anyway, I translated part of the article into a language that truckers could understand... Why you may inquire, would I do this? Well, 'cuz truckers is people too.

Original Article: 'Intelligent Design' Court Battle Begins
By MARTHA RAFFAELE The Associated PressTuesday, September 27, 2005; 4:00 AM
Original Link:
Bastardized into Trucker Lingo (with many liberties) by Chris Evatt 11:30 AM

10-20:HARRISBURG, Pa. -- It was a skill-kill on the first day of a major ordeal about Mr. Supreme vs Darwin and who gets to speak their piece at the local fish colony.
Plant-man Kenneth Miller, the first cowboy Hollered at Monday by the mouthpieces in a knuckle buster with the Dover Area School District, jaw-jacked about DNA, red blood cells and viruses, and he occasionally put an eyeball on some complex charts on the drive-in lookin' screen.
Even Woppner, John E. Jones III was bowled over."I guess I should say, 'Class dismissed,'" Jones modulated before buggin-out to the eat-em-up.
Dover's fish colony is the homeland's original 10-8 when it comes to exposing kiddies to intelligent design. Its red-tape makes the boss-men read a brief statement before classes on evolution that says Charles Darwin's theory is "not a fact" and has inexplicable "gaps." It refers the pencil-biters to an intelligent-design textbook for some 10-34

... (This is too difficult to continue, since I don't know jack about driving a truck and/or drivers of trucks)
"Intelligent design holds that Darwin's theory of natural selection cannot fully explain the origin of life or the emergence of highly complex life forms. It implies that life on Earth was the product of an unidentified intelligent force.
Eight families sued, saying that the district policy in effect promotes the Bible's view of creation, violating the constitutional separation of church and state."(Raffaele, 2005)

(I'm back)It's a theory, right? Darwin has his theory, Mr. x has his theory on intelligent design, who's right? Who the heck knows, but if you are going to demand open minds you soap-eatin'-pig-lookin'-butt-sniffin' liberals, you are going to have to allow this liberal philosophy to go both ways. You have choices, home school your kids if you are too closed to open-theory and thought that you need to censor this topic. Oh yea, and I'm not a conservative by any means. I just threw in the pig-lookin'-butt-sniffin' thing for fun.


Monday, September 26, 2005

Everybody says, save a horse, ride a cowboy.

So I went to this wedding reception last Saturday and had a good time (Congrats to the happy couple!) If I saw you there, it was nice to see you. If you were there and I didn’t see you, you must be Mr. VanBlogger.
There are some theories that were floated around as to what might have happened to the Great and Powerful former commish, and far be it from me to actually get my story straight prior to posting this on the internet for everyone to see. So in no particular order, here is what I heard happened to VanDisappeared on Saturday…

  • Got lost somewhere between the hall and the bathroom
  • Became quite distraught when he heard a Meatloaf song coming from the reception in the adjoining hall and rushed over to find “the one”.
  • The ring bearer kicked him in the ding-ding, disabling him for the rest of the evening.
  • Found a game of Texas Holdem in the parking lot, won a bunch of cash and decided to fly to Vegas immediately in hopes of doubling his booty.
  • Went ugly early
  • Heard Mike hired a professional dancer for the wedding and was crushed that it wasn’t him, ending his dreams to appear on “Solid Gold”
  • Went to his room to apply Gold Bond to stop the chafing and passed out in the bathroom, hitting his head on the sink, knocking him unconscious for the rest of the evening.

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Friday, September 23, 2005

The FBI has declared war on Porn - rated NWF!

Now that the war on terror is over (huh?, I don't think so Tim) the FBI is dedicating staff to fight the war on internet Porn. And not the disgustingly perverted, throw people in jail and throw away the key kind like Child Pornography. They are after good and decent (and horny) red-blooded Americans, like you. According to Barton Gellman of the Washington Post (9/20/2005) the FBI has posted jobs for this futile mission. "Attached to the job posting was a July 29 Electronic Communication from FBI headquarters to all 56 field offices, describing the initiative as 'one of the top priorities' of Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales and, by extension, of 'the Director.'"

awwwww screw it, just read the rest of the article...
... Gonzales endorses the rationale of predecessor Meese: that adult pornography is a threat to families and children. Christian conservatives, long skeptical of Gonzales, greeted the pornography initiative with what the Family Research Council called "a growing sense of confidence in our new attorney general."
Congress began funding the obscenity initiative in fiscal 2005 and specified that the FBI must devote 10 agents to adult pornography. The bureau decided to create a dedicated squad only in the Washington Field Office. "All other field offices may investigate obscenity cases pursuant to this initiative if resources are available," the directive from headquarters said. "Field offices should not, however, divert resources from higher priority matters, such as public corruption."
Public corruption, officially, is fourth on the FBI's priority list, after protecting the United States from terrorist attack, foreign espionage and cyber-based attacks. Just below those priorities are civil rights, organized crime, white-collar crime and "significant violent crime." The guidance from headquarters does not mention where pornography fits in.
"The Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's top priority remains fighting the war on terrorism," said Justice Department press secretary Brian Roehrkasse. "However, it is not our sole priority. In fact, Congress has directed the department to focus on other priorities, such as obscenity."
At the FBI's field office, spokeswoman Debra Weierman expressed disappointment that some of her colleagues find grist for humor in the new campaign. "The adult obscenity squad . . . stems from an attorney general mandate, funded by Congress," she said. "The personnel assigned to this initiative take the responsibility of this assignment very seriously and are dedicated to the success of this program."
(me again)

The "Adult obscenity squad"??!!?! WTF!?!?
I am outraged that there is nothing better to do with at least $650,000+ of salary and who knows how much will be spent on new computers, internet monitoring systems, database creation & data input of "porn-looker-aters". I want to know which Senators decided this was a good idea. They obviously didn't think it through. When the porn-looker-atter database slips out to GenPop we won't have a congress.

I wonder if Auger's emails will count as adult obscenities...

FU Gonzales! Let Americans be free. Porn is as American as apple pie and baseball. Soon this is going to be like Iraq/Iran/etc where we can't even read Maxim, or Playboy "for the articles".

Is This Porn

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Thursday, September 22, 2005

Girls Gone Wild Goes Good

'Girls Gone Wild' for Katrina

Girls Gone Wild plans to donate 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of Mardi Gras-themed DVDs and videos to the Red Cross to help Katrina victims, the company said.

"Year after year the city of New Orleans and its citizens have welcomed us with open arms, and we have looked forward to our yearly trip to the Big Easy. The utter destruction of New Orleans and many parts of the Gulf coast truly saddens us," said Joe Francis, founder and CEO of Girls Gone Wild, in a statement.

The Mardi Gras-themed DVDs and videos include such titles as "Mardi Gras 3-Pack," "Mardi Gras 2K4," and "Girls Gone Wild Doggystyle" with rapper Snoop Dogg.
"Doggystyle has been one of our most profitable videos in the history of the company," said Bill Horn of Mantra Films, the southern California company behind "Girls Gone Wild."

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Anybody feel like drinking a hurricane or a MargaRITA?
Anybody see the connection?

Has anybody decided that Texas needs to be evacuated yet?
I hate Hurricanes, dependence on oil, and fish

Is it still too early to wonder why I haven�t heard �Told ya so!� from these guys? I don�t know what made me think of it, but since they are about to get a bunch of rain from Rita, it seems to me like God (or some sort of Supreme Being, for you Pagans) is sitting around sayin� to himself, �Damn, didn�t quite get �em all last time, let�s hit �em again!�

Forecasters are saying that Hurricane Rita (which just hit category 4) is almost due South of the areas hardest hit by Katrina. And they say it�s headed toward the Texas coast. If the refugees are lucky, they won�t get hit with a double wammy.

11 million more barrels of oil are no longer strategically necessary and were released just in time for 11 Oil Rigs to be destroyed in the Gulf.

Monday, September 19, 2005

Hi, Help me out

Did ya ever feel like just letting yourself fall asleep on the job? I am so tired I could close my eyes and bounce my head off of the table, and not notice. I need about 3 RedBulls this morning. 1 Giant cup of coffee and Mountain Dew isn’t cutting it. What the heck is wrong with me? Go Lions!

Ok I need some feedback…
Here’s my raw idea, very high-level concept right now, not many details, I’m trying to figure out many details, like what software I’m going to run, how to fit in e-commerce etc, but here’s the idea…

A blog for The Greek System(s). You can belong to your own group, ie Pikes, and then sub-group Delta Nu.
I envision people logging in, giving each chapter a brag page , and a individual blog, I’d also like a group brag sheet, but controlling that seems difficult.

Does it suck as an idea?

Please Provide feedback positive or neg, and ideas if you want

Please pick one of those banners also, please (or suggest a new one)

Saturday, September 17, 2005

Everybody Welcome Don Pata!

Hi Don,
Nice to see you and talk to you yesterday.

Jim Gaffigan's Hot Pockets routine is not to be missed

Elvis Dummerville is a monster

Thursday, September 15, 2005

I feel like vanblogger...It's all about things I hate today.
Someone with a bit of phi phi in them needs to eliminate the bulletin boards on that site. Gay bashing is not a good selling point for Fraternities, let alone my Fraternity. I volunteer my services if someone needs to administer the site as apparently the Tank isn't up to it.

Building an image is tough.
I am currently developing two web sites (real ones this time) and thinking about branding and marketing them makes me think about all the hard work we did to pull Delta Nu into a more reputable organization. And look how easily it can be undone. Lets say that some VanBlogger was gay and he stumbled onto our site, got offended and published it in his famous blog and it made the news and then Jon Stewart would make fun of it at night and so on, and so on.

As far as I can tell I'm going to jump in a lake
I am being voluntereed to visit Knoxville, TN again next week. Northwest is the only somewhat inexpensive way to fly down there and now they are going bankrupt. What if I get stuck in knoxville next week? Ugh!

PayPal Sucks
I do a little bit of ebaying in my spare time (selling) and one day someone tried to steal my account so I had to close it and open a new one. So when I opened a new one and recieved a sizeable deposit for a sale, paypal decided to flag my account as someone with a new account getting a bunch of deposits (without any customer complaints, might I add) so they based their holdin my money on an almost random system flag. It turns out that I did everything I needed to do toprove that I had the merchandise, shipped the merchandise, owned my bank account, and lived at my address (had to fax them a gas bill or something like that). The only thing I couldn't do was prove that the shipment was recieved, cause it wasn't, I just recieved payment that day. Anyhow, I've had to rely on the post office to provide me with the necessary information (which they can't do). The dude's had the package for 3 days now, and the tracking information hasn't been updated so it still looks undelivered. Paypal won't take his glowing email or even a public positive eBay message stating that he was extremely happy as proof. So I now have $600 sitting in a dead account and nothing I can do about it until a publicly paid lazy ass gets off his lazy ass and types it into a database.


Interesting stories from (snopes says True) about what could happen to New Orleans in case of Hurricane
National Geographic 2004
Scientific America 2001

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Lots of cool news today

Google Unleashes a blog search

Google Labs is just filled with cool stuff

Yahoo! Next is yahoo's version of the labs

Engrish is just plain funny

Anybody Need a running back? Larry Johnson, Caddilac Williams, Willis MaGahee, LaMont Jordan, and Thomas Jones can be yours if you give me a QB

Can we change the rules so that QB's only get 2 points perTD pass?

School starts next week, When is it going to be over? I think I have 6 classes STILL! UGH!

Monday, September 12, 2005

I'm a Fishin and Campin fool. PS click on a link

Hey Ya'all!
I went a fishin and a campin this here last weekend, brought the kinfolk along and had some fun.
Sleeping on hard ground is for sucks! I need to purchase an air mattress and a new sleeping bag, and one of these cool shower things...

Time to run. It's late (in lunch-time hours)

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Donate time to clean up Louisiana/Alabama

Hi there reader,
I am trying to figure out the best way for me to help with the cleanup down south, post-Katrina.
There are a few things I think I can do. I can donate my car to charity, Mother Waddles seems to be a popular Michigan Charity Car Donation program. I can try to save a bunch of money on my car insurance and donate it, but I got a quote from Geico and it was more than Progrssive was charging. And I tried to get online quotes for homeowners insurance, but that's not as easy as getting car insurance quotes. Then I decided to give blood, why isn't the Red Cross asking for blood right now? Don't people need blood these days? They always ask for my blood, I'm O neg. So I will donate blood again soon. What else can I do? I search and search for ways to volunteer my time, but I must be looking in the wrong spots. Don't non-religious groups help people too? Here's one
Urgent Needs: Flood Bucket Kits...
maybe more to follow

2 Main topics today - GERN is back in the News and I hate Press a Wench

Geron Says Published Animal Studies Show Its Cancer Drug Inhibits Tumor Growth
MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) -- Biopharmaceutical company Geron Corp. said Tuesday that two recently published animal studies showed that its cancer drug candidate inhibited tumor growth.
One study found that the company's GRN163L interfered with the activity of telomerase, an enzyme that allows cells to reproduce, in liver cancer cells in mice. The company also said that a lipid-containing version of the compound worked better than one without lipids.
The other study involved human lung cancer cells that were injected into mice and grown in cell cultures. In both mediums, the studies indicated that tumor cells treated with GRN163L showed reduced growth.
The company gained clearance from the Food and Drug Administration in May to begin early- to mid-stage human clinical trials for GRN163L to treat leukemia.

More on Press-A-Wench to follow, but for now, let's say this...

I don't like to be on public display

I don't like to take off my clothes in public

I can't lift heavy women in the air, without hurting my back

Saturday, September 03, 2005

It's Labor Day Weekend and I have no pants to wear, but I did buy a domain name yesterday (yahoo)

I went and bought a name for myself yesterday... they were $1.99 / year. I think they are $4.98/year now. Still a good deal for a .com address if you want one. I purchased a 5 year plan for less than $10.

visit for a very dull & generic under construction page.

I plan to install blogger subdomains so contact me if you wanna buy some space (real cheap) once I find a dang hosting solution for the gonads.

If anyone has contacts at a toy distributor, I would love to talk to you. I need to buy some Christmas stock.

That's all for now. I just saved a bunch of money on my domain registration. Now I need to look for car insuarance, and a cheaper mortgage.

There just isn't anything I want to write about these days.
Maybe I will try harder next week.

PS. Set this as your homepage and use the search feature.

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Friday, September 02, 2005

GERN - Cool company doing cool stuff.(Not A Stock Recommendation, do your own research)

Geron Announces Publication of Studies Demonstrating Engraftment of Human Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes in the Rodent Heart
Thursday September 1, 7:30 am ET
MENLO PARK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 1, 2005--Geron Corporation (Nasdaq:GERN - News) announced today the publication of studies showing that cardiomyocytes differentiated from human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) engraft when transplanted into the rat heart. The results provide proof of concept that transplanted hESC-derived cardiomyocytes survive and retain properties of cardiomyocytes, important for their use in the treatment of heart failure and myocardial infarction.
In the studies reported in the American Journal of Pathology, Dr. Charles Murry and his colleagues at the University of Washington, in collaboration with scientists at Geron Corporation, produced cardiomyocytes from hESCs and injected the cells into the left ventricular wall of normal healthy rats. The transplant was examined one and four weeks after injection and human cells were detected in the rat myocardium at both timepoints. At the four week timepoint, the grafted human cardiomyocytes were identified using characteristic markers including sarcomeric actin, alpha and beta-myosin heavy chain, and myosin light chain 2v. Approximately 10% of the cardiomyocytes at the four week timepoint retained proliferative capacity, thereby potentially enhancing engraftment. Both host and graft derived angiogenesis (new blood vessel formation) was observed, critical to sustaining the viability of the graft. No evidence of tumor formation was seen.
"The successful engraftment of the hESC-derived cardiomyocytes provides evidence for the feasibility of using these cells in myocardial repair," stated Jane S. Lebkowski, Ph.D., Geron's senior vice president of regenerative medicine. "We are currently transplanting these cells in acute and chronic infarct animal models."

Screw the AIM and ICQ ittttttttt'sssssssssss GOOGLE TALK!!!

Download it and Love it, this is your new friend. Now rather than typing about fish, you can talk about them. FOR FREE!!

Thursday, September 01, 2005

Donate through to the Red Cross Huricane Relief Fund

Donate to the hurricane relief effort

Freaky-Deaky DO IT!

I totally am not excited about ....

ABC moved lost re-runs to 9pm
My Wife stole the remote and we have to watch INXS losers
I need money to start my own business so I don't have to work at 6am everyday
I still need a website host.
Anyone have a good recomendation?
All I need is 5 minutes
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Laser fat removal in Washington
The bottom
Brooke Burke, yummy
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