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Axl Goes Pasta Limit? June 27, 2006

Posted by TimTheFoolMan in Celebrities, Fun, Humor, Stupidity.
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According to Yahoo News, Axl Rose bit a security guard on the leg outside a Stockholm hotel. It’s unclear if the attack was a response to the guard suggesting that white men wearing dreadlocks went out of style long before “that dreadful incident with the Spaghetti.”
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Is Rush Getting Shafted? June 27, 2006

Posted by TimTheFoolMan in Fun, Humor, Morality, Politics, Stupidity.
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According to Yahoo News, Rush Limbaugh has recently been detained at an airport for trying to transport prescription medications without a valid prescription. The prescription in question was Viagra.
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Great Moments in Parenting June 15, 2006

Posted by TimTheFoolMan in Cars, Family, Fun, Love, Parenting/Children.
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My wife and younger son are out of town (football camp), so last night, the older son and I were on our own. After tossing a football around in the back yard for about 45 minutes, we decided to go to a movie.

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That Idiot Steve Jobs… June 13, 2006

Posted by TimTheFoolMan in Humor, Music, Stupidity, Technology.
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At the time of the intro of iTMS/iTunes/iPod, Steve Jobs apparently felt that the only way to get backing of the major record labels would be to support some kind of DRM. What an idiot! Those of us with far higher intelligence have seen the light, and are now doing something about it!

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You Can Telecom, But You Can’t Tell a Congressman Anything June 9, 2006

Posted by TimTheFoolMan in Humor, Politics, Technology, Voting.
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Yesterday’s lopsided vote by the House of Representatives to support legislation that clearly favors large Telecom companies, demonstrates “Tim’s Maxim on Congress”:

You cannot trust elected officials to make decisions about anything more complicated than determining whether a bribe should be paid in $10 or $20 denominations.

This seems to be the only kind of decision we can trust our congress to make correctly, without considerable assistance.
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