used to be you had to drink 3 1/3 cups of milk to get 100% of your usda recommended calcium but now thanks to the miracles of science you can get it by chewing down 5 tablespoons of country crock spread.
previous: April 2004
|idea of the day||2004.04.30|
|idea of the day||2004.04.28|
i already have 13gb of music in my itunes folder and just today started ripping my cd collection.
|idea of the day||2004.04.27|
i act like your grandparents when it comes to long distant phone calls – you only make them for emergencies and you can’t talk too long because its expensive you know.
|idea of the day||2004.04.26|
lisset has finally met the au pair unfortunate enough to live with a host family that has rigged their entire house with cameras.
|idea of the day||2004.04.23|
so far, the number of times the fire department has been to my house this month: 2.
|idea of the day||2004.04.22|
natalie needed a small gift bag and after rummaging through the attic found one she liked that still had a card attached with a birthday wish from my parents to my ex-wife. i wonder if in another home this would have started one of “those” conversations.
|idea of the day||2004.04.21|
i used to be quite sympathetic to yellow jackets until last year when i got stung once inside the ear and once in between my toes. now when i encounter them i unleash a little george bush on their iraq.
|idea of the day||2004.04.20|
if saying it loud don’t make it right – then the email equivalent is typing in all caps implies your full of crap.
|idea of the day||2004.04.19|
every fall we entomb our home with a second set of windows that are hung outside and attempt to keep out the winter cold. each of the past three springs i have been meaning to mark the date when we took the storm windows down and for the first time i’m actually doing it. we finally opened our windows in cleveland on april 17th, 2004.
|idea of the day||2004.04.16|
it would be nice to say i was a gracious loser but the truth is instead, i focus all my attention on how not to lose again.
|idea of the day||2004.04.15|
why do pay-at-the-pump credit card readers ask ‘do you want a receipt?’ if the printers are never stocked with paper.