Tuesday, October 07, 2008


I’m newly addicted to a game called Snood. It’s a simple puzzle game that is very hard to stop playing. I thank Shelley for my new addiction. A reviewer of the game called the game Virtual Crack. Here's a link that 'splains the game briefly.

Snood plays on Windows and Mac. Get the registered version. It’s very well worth it if you have some spare time for mindless entertainment. I need to get the cell phone version so I have something to do when I find myself in a waiting room…

Random Shit
I woke up at the crack of dawn (actually earlier) and, after doing a little work (I know, sick), I decided to stumble across the internet with my Firefox browser. Those of you who’ve never done any stumbling, should check here.

Here are a few sites of interest(?):
1. This site purports to match you up with random people online to chat, without any registration or anything.

2. Nice clip of two idiots running from the cops.

3. For those of you worried about the impending zombie invasion.

4. Funny metaphors purportedly used in high school essays.

5. The magical body.

6. Play with Mr. Spider.

Quote of the Day
"Throughout our history, the words of the Declaration have inspired immigrants from around the world to set sail to our shores. These immigrants have helped transform 13 small colonies into a great and growing nation of more than 300 people." — George W. Bush, Charlottesville, Va., July 4, 2008


Anonymous said...

Just stopped by to check in you and see how you're doing.
Hugs n kisses


Margaret said...

I love my Stumble Upon. It helped to get me through the debate's last night.

Sure wished I had that spider to play with.

Flyinfox_SATX said...

Oh Yeah? I bet my addiction beats your addiction...

I am currently on Myspace. If you want to look me up its easy. Http://myspace.com/flyinfox_satx

On Myspace there are a couple of games that I currently need an intervention for...Mafia Wars, Mobsters and Dragonwars. Way cool...

I just can't stop hitting the keyboard!!!!

Woozie said...

You're missing an e in your link.

Anonymous said...

damn-it I commented and it didn't take. Oh well. George Bush is technically correct. We are more than 300.