16 October 2006

High tech (sort of) pumpkin carving

Category: Randomness — Posted by Michael at 1945

When I carve a pumpkin my tools are generally a few knives, spoons, etc. But now there’s a special pumpkin carving attachment to clean out your pumpkin. It it sort of like a egg beater. It’s called the Pumkpin Gutter. It seems like overkill to me, but hey, each to their own.

Check it out at http://www.getcarvingquicker.com/PumpkinGutter.htm while i go find my sawzall to cut out the eyes.

17 March 2006

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Category: Interesting Links — Posted by Michael at 0602

St Patricks
In honor of Saint Patrick’s day, head over to Wikipedia and learn a little bit about this holiday. While you’re doing that I’ll be cooking up a big batch of corned beef and cabbage! YUM, my favorite part of the holiday!

02 February 2006

Happy Groundhog Day!

Category: Interesting Links,Life — Posted by Michael at 0513

GroundhogThere are a lot of holidays, but one of the most fun ones in my opinion occurs today. By the time this post shows up on my site, Punxsutawney Phil won’t have made his forecast yet, but I’m hoping he sees his shadow so we can have some more winter weather!

In celebration of Groundhog Day, visit the official site at www.groundhog.org, and while you’re at it, you should go rent one of the best movies of all time, Groundhog Day.

One of these years I’ll make it out to Punxsutawney to see it in person! I’ve always wanted to be out there at Gobbler’s Knob in the freezing cold weather for the event. You have to go down there at about 3am. 🙂 And no, it’s not like it is in the movie. It’s actually not in the town center but on the outskirts and you have to either walk or take a shuttle bus. I of course would walk because I think it would add to the experience. 😉

UPDATE: Phil did see his shadow. More winter to come! Yay! CNN says so.

01 January 2006

Happy 2006!

Category: Life — Posted by Michael at 0001

Here’s the first blog post of 2006! It’s an automated post, but still, it’s one minute after midnight when you’re getting to see this, so HAPPY NEW YEAR 2006!

25 December 2005

Merry Christmas!

Category: Life — Posted by Michael at 0600

No, I’m not actually blogging on Christmas Day, but this is an automated post just to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. And since Hanukkah starts tonight as well, Happy Hanukkah!

Enjoy your holidays. I hope they are stress free!

23 December 2005

Happy Festivus!

Category: Interesting Links,Life — Posted by Michael at 1318

For those who never watched Seinfeld (are there really peope who didn’t?), you’l have no idea what i’m talking about. Aparently Festivus is getting bigger by the year even though the shows been gone for a whoile now.

So, even though it’s last minute, you should hurry and run out to get your Festivus Pole and settle down with a glass of Festivus Wine.

Here’s wishing you and your family a Happy Festivus… let the feats of strength begin!

14 December 2005

Tampon Angels? Yes, Tampon Angels.

Category: Life,Randomness — Posted by Michael at 0635

Over the past few years my mother has made an sold hundreds of angel ornaments made out of tampons. Thye are about as unique of a Christmas items as you can imagine. Because of their huge popularity, I’m now selling them on eBay. Click here to see what I have up on eBay including the angels.

If I currently have none on eBay and/or you’re interested in purchasing more than I have listed, or even if you have questions, just contact me!

24 November 2005

Thanksgiving Fun

Category: Interesting Links — Posted by Michael at 0742

A little something to brighten up your Thanksgiving compliments of American Greetings.

Click here to view the “I Will Survive” Thanksgiving e-card!

A bunch of people have sent this to me. It’s pretty funny. 🙂

Happy Thanksgiving!

Category: Life — Posted by Michael at 0740

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. I hope you all get to spend some time with your family and enjoy some parades and turkey!

Also, good luck to all of you who are going out Black Friday shopping tomorrow. (as I do every year!)

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