Friday, October 31, 2003
This is why I can't be on the e-mail list

 

Hilarious:
From: Demers
To: The List
Subject: RE: Happy Halloween

I wonder how many guys are going as kobe. all you need is a laker jersey and a blow up doll with @ss tied to your waste

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From: Marf
To: The List
Subject: RE: RE: Happy Halloween


As far as the Kobe costume, no need for the blowup doll, just wear a jersey and rape chicks...would give your costume that little "extra something"

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Thursday, October 30, 2003
The Gender Genie

 

Zips is a girl. Paste his last post here and see.

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Wednesday, October 29, 2003
OK Babyfaces...

 

So I'm a little late to win this year.

But next year its on like donkey kong.

$20 to anyone that will go to their marketing department and suggest this

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ROD!

 

Rest in Peace Rod Roddy! You're a good man!

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Tuesday, October 28, 2003


 

PC03 Bee-yatch.

That is all.





SMOKE WEED EVERY DAY

That's really all.

Posted By Hagan


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24.

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Have you ever wondered...

 

what the hell song they were singing on the Hummer commercial were the kid wins the Soap Box Derby (I really hope I'm not the only one wondering this). It's a song called "Happy Jack" by The Who:


Happy Jack wasn't old, but he was a man
He lived in the sand at the Isle of Man
The kids would all sing, he would take the wrong key
So they rode on his head on their furry donkey

The kids couldn't hurt Jack
They tried and tried and tried
They dropped things on his back
And lied and lied and lied and lied and lied

But they couldn't stop Jack, or the waters lapping
And they couldn't prevent Jack from feeling happy

But they couldn't stop Jack, or the waters lapping
And they couldn't prevent Jack from feeling happy

The kids couldn't hurt Jack
They tried and tried and tried
They dropped things on his back
And lied and lied and lied and lied and lied

But they couldn't stop Jack, or the waters lapping
And they couldn't prevent Jack from feeling happy

(I saw ya!)


This may not be a "popular" opinion, but I really like The Who (c'mon - you know you love Pinball Wizard), and discovering this is one of their songs certainly doesn't hurt that opinion.


Marf


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Monday, October 27, 2003
Dag yo - shit's on fire!!!

 

I hope you all enjoyed the Money House while it lasted 'cause it's being slowly surrounded by fire as you read this. Here are some pics from my driveway.
I'm watching from a pretty safe distance - Pasadena.


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Making Kiz-alls

 

Recent praise has come to some of these so-called "crossover" artists who take two or more genres of music and mesh them into something original. Two such artists that immediately come to mind are Kid Rock and Beck, whose stardom is due in large part to their willingness to buck the trends, creating new and unique synergies in the process.

In it's most raw form, sales is performance art. You create interest, excitement, and incite action by your words. I figured that I'd start taking cues from some of these artists, and it's been working quite well for me. I'm getting far more calls returned when I end with ". . . my number is (XXX) 340-4011. Thank you and I look forward to speaking with you . . . SMOKE WEED EVERY DAY."

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And the Kool-Aid man says OH YEAH!

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Sunday, October 26, 2003
Reprehensible

 

It's SIGNED BY BUCKNER.

Just to reiterate.

SIGNED

BY

BUCKNER.


And the black home run king's signed baseball is going for $199 while Mark "poster-child-for-andro" McGwire's balls (insert steroid-induced genitalia-shrinkage joke here) are selling at more than four times that.

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Thursday, October 23, 2003
The life of a Red Sox fan

 

is it really worth it?

Marf


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Virtual Tour of VW's Transparent Factory

 

This factory is totally sweet.


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Tuesday, October 21, 2003
Chicken Soup for the Soul

 

Here.

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1) Its a techno song which in itself is just funny
2) It serves no purpose
3) There is a button to start it.

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Friday, October 17, 2003
And the Trogdor comes in the NIIIIIIGHT!

 

I was there for most of this. It's just freakin' perfect. Eleven year-olds rate the games of yesteryear.


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Thursday, October 16, 2003
What Happens When Computer Programmers and Good Drugs Mix

 

Budget an hour or two and go here

DMAN


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Wednesday, October 15, 2003
Red Sox!!!

 

From Bill Simmons: "Would a Game 7 matchup at Yankee Stadium between Clemens and Pedro be the biggest event in the history of New England sports? Isn't that bigger than the '78 Playoff Game? Could there possibly be higher stakes and more subplots? I'm having a borderline seizure just thinking about it..."

Me too Bill. All eyes will be on NY tomorrow. Pedro. Roger. It doesn't get any better. Was there ever any doubt this would go seven games??

DMAN


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Tuesday, October 14, 2003
Welcome ta' Wistah

 

Dolla twenty five, Pal.

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Saturday, October 11, 2003
Update on Iraq

 

With all the negativity regarding Iraq I thought it would be good to supply some fresh facts and news.

From the NY Times

Six months ago there were no police on duty in Iraq.

· Today there are over 40,000 police on duty, nearly 7,000 here in Baghdad alone.
· Last night Coalition Forces and Iraqi police conducted 1,731 joint patrols.
· Today nearly all of Iraq’s 400 courts are functioning.
· Today, for the first time in over a generation, the Iraqi judiciary is fully independent.
· On Monday, October 6 power generation hit 4,518 megawatts—exceeding the pre-war average.
· Today all 22 universities and 43 technical institutes and colleges are open, as are nearly all primary and secondary schools.
· Many of you know that we announced our plan to rehabilitate one thousand schools by the time school started—well, by October 1 we had actually rehabbed over 1,500.

Six months ago teachers were paid as little as $5.33 per month.

· Today teachers earn from 12 to 25 times their former salaries.
· Today we have increased public health spending to over 26 times what it was under Saddam.
· Today all 240 hospitals and more than 1200 clinics are open.
· Today doctors’ salaries are at least eight times what they were under Saddam.
· Pharmaceutical distribution has gone from essentially nothing to 700 tons in May to a current total of 12,000 tons.
· Since liberation we have administered over 22 million vaccination doses to Iraq’s many children.

DMAN


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Friday, October 10, 2003


 

This weeks happy hour e-mail from Co-worker : (names have been replaced)

-----Original Message-----
From: Co-worker
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2003 10:46 AM
To: Everyone
Subject: Best Damn Email of the Week. Period

Friday, Friday, Friday

BJs, BJs, BJs.

This week's selection courtesy of Jane(a cute chica co-worker)



Now, I knew it was the happy hour e-mail because that's the subject he uses every week. But take note that the e-mail says nothing of happy hour, a bar, or even beer for that matter. There are about 70 people on the distribution list. This is what shortly followed:

-----Original Message-----
From: Griswold, Daniel J
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2003 11:34 AM
To: Co-worker
Subject: RE: Best Damn Email of the Week. Period

I think your future e-mails should be sent for approval.

-----Original Message-----
From: Co-worker
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2003 11:47 AM
To: Griswold, Daniel J
Subject: RE: Best Damn Email of the Week. Period

I think Griswold should keep his mouth shut.



Even though I am extremely hungover and can't wait to leave work so I can go to sleep, I think I need to go to BJ's for happy hour just to see if Jane shows up and/or find out if Co-worker still works here.

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Thursday, October 09, 2003
have you all gone insane?

 

2000

damn...I feel like I am taking crazy pills!!

Marf


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Let's Go Red Sox!

Don't make me get out my Yankees suck Hickory-stick.

nata


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If baseball's not your thing sit down with some good friends and have a go at a traditional board game
It's all the rage

"You got yo whole neighborhood addictied to crack - Collect $50 from each playa!"

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Wednesday, October 08, 2003
Testing, Testing . . .

 

Yankees suck.

Just makin' sure this thing still works.

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Now with hairy armpits and even less exposed flesh!

 

Ok this is straight out of the Simpsons - you have got to be kidding me with this doll. If the little muslim boys still rip off her clothing it's a wasted effort. We should be moving towards even more anatomically correct dolls so that said boys can learn that a woman's legs don't spin freely about the hips and that there are holes down there they should know about.
Anyway if I know my Lisa Lionheart marketing history Malibu Stacey will come out with a new hat on the day this 'Razanne' hits the shelves and all will be lost. Besides, Barbie is just so much hotter.

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Google Toolbar Installed

 

Get that shit, yo!


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Tuesday, October 07, 2003


 

My job involves talking to everyone about their electronic business to business transactions. For some reason, I'm completely on my game when I'm talking to CEOs and not as on when I'm talking to Joe Schmoe IT guy, I need to fix that.

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Monday, October 06, 2003


 

SOX BABY!

Hey, I want to buy some game six and seven tickets to the world series. I can get 8 to each game in section 615 for three large. I was thinking about taking the profit on two pairs each game and using that to subsidize a nice time watchin the Yanks get hammered in the Bronx. Right now, these tix are going for about $200 each, and I can get them for $188 each. By the time these games roll around, I could sell a pair to anyone upwards of 125th street for at least $300 a ticket. I did this exact thing on a smaller scale in 1999 when the Sox played the Yankees in the ALCS and got my money back when it only went to five games.

I need two investors. $1,000 each. Profit margin: 20% without seeing a game; Break even if you want to go to both.

Who wants in?

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Fast, Furious and Falling apart.....

 

Some of you are well aware that I have tuned my car a little bit. Well I thought I would share where I'm headed with it. With any luck I'll be there soon - I just need to pick up some more wood at Home Depot for my trick spoiler. I also don't have any rear doors that I could take off so I'll need to come up with other ways to save weight.
I know it's a bit flashy for most people, but I'll back it up by racing it. That reminds me, I'll need to make sure my blinkers are working for when I smoke some fool.

Posted By ScottiGee


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Saturday, October 04, 2003
The Ultimate Beer Page

 

If you're like me (and let's face it, if you are reading this you are) you will always have a deep and meaningful relationship with beer. Just as certain songs or movies define different time periods, so do different beers define the periods of my life. Whether it is drinking warm Natural Light in the woods during high school, heading down to the local Bevvy-Mart during college where Milwaukee's Best is always $9.99 a case, or pitchers of Sierra Nevada at the Ruck, the force is undeniable.

"Milwaukee's Best, better known as "Beast" where I'm from, is not a beer than should be consumed by anybody over the age of 22...."

-That means you Blunt!

For those in the NYC area be sure to check out the upcoming Rally's in the Events section

Posted By (DMAN)


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Wednesday, October 01, 2003
Hey, Red Sox.

 

I need to go to sleep. Finish this shit.

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That's a flying Pickamunununu! That's a flying Plukalakalaka!
Oh new birds I love thee
Oh I love money
And I love Sunny-D.

Fuck the Grape stuff
Or the purple stuff
Or the Nurple Stuff!
I just want the Orage stuff -
I want the white stuff in my hair!

A sample of the fresh lyrics Dj Crispy, a fat little white kid from Westchester, is about to kick for you.
"Me me me me me me me meee meet me meet me don't beat me...."



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Thanks for ridin' the