Sunday, May 30, 2004
Friday, May 28, 2004
Friday, May 21, 2004
You've just visited the new home of Skanky Planky Socks.
Posted By Hagan
7:49 AM . . .
How sweet is your ride?
"When my IROC comes smokin' by, a lot of cops do get jealous."
"I have done upwards of 90 on I-5.. trust me, that's movin'."
"Radar don't work right on my car.. cuz.. first of all, my car is.. I keep it very clean, it's very shiny, and the radar will bounce off a ride that is shiny and you do keep clean. And I don't know if you're familiar with the stealth bomer, but they wax.. they wash and wax that thing.. probably, I don't know.."
-You gotta hear the whole thing
5:40 AM . . .
Wednesday, May 19, 2004
Saturday, May 15, 2004
Two Lesbians in a Grocery Store
I'm standing over the Polska Kielbasa/Bratwurst/Italian Sausage section and two lesbians come up beside me:Lesbian 1: I don't see anything we need here, do you?Classic.
Lesbian 2: Nope! Don't think so!
Posted By Hagan
5:39 PM . . .
Friday, May 14, 2004
Listening to Imus this morning
Listening to Imus and he has Mike Barnicle on. Barnicle informs Imus that he received an email from a New Hampshire Army National Guard member stationed over in Iraq. The email went something like this:
I am writing to let you know about an incident that happened to my unit a few days ago. We are stationed in [some city I forget] at a checkpoint, and we stop all cars and search them for weapons or explosives.
A car full of Iraqis stopped at our checkpoint and we asked them to step out of the car. Our translator told them what we were doing and they were cooperative. One of them heard me talk, and I guess my accent (I lived in Massachusettes most of my life before moving to New Hampshire) gave me away.
One of the Iraqi men said something in Arabic to our translator who then turned to me and asked, "You are from Massachusettes, right?"
I said yes. He told the Iraqi man, who became visibly excited. The man continued to talk to the translator becoming more and more excited. I asked what he was saying and the translator said that he was very happy to have met someone from Massachusettes. I figured that was wierd.
The man then shouted over to his comrades who were standing together on the other side of the car as I was searching it with my team. I asked what he said, and the translator said that he told them I was from Massachusettes.
They all became very excited. All of the sudden, they all started chanting "YANKEES SUCK, YANKEES SUCK, YANKEES SUCK!"
8:37 AM . . .
Wednesday, May 05, 2004
Ahh.. stress in a game
Monday, May 03, 2004