i want to work with other information technology professionals who are passionate about proving there is a dramatic difference between the products built on shore versus off.
previous: April 2005
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|idea of the day||2005.04.27|
with all the critical acclaim sin city was still sold short by the critics – if i hadn’t seen the last show of the night i would have stuck around and watched it a second time.
|idea of the day||2005.04.26|
for those of you curious about the bury a saint sell your house deal, here is more information courtesy kim:
when it comes time to sell a house, some homeowners rely on st. joseph, carpenter, earthly father of jesus and, well, earthly real estate agent. a centuries-old tradition claims that burying a statue of st. joseph in the yard helps homes sell faster.
stephen j. binz believes it works. the author of “st. joseph, my real estate agent,” he became a believer when his own house had been on the market for seven long months. upon the advice of his presbyterian real estate agent, binz buried a st. joseph statue in his yard.
“i thought it was a rather ridiculous superstition,” says binz, a practicing catholic. but a week later, he had an offer and sold the house.
sign me up! get the complete underground real estate agent kit.
i so enjoyed finding neverland that i figured i should probably read the book. now i want to go see the play and complete a peter pan trifecta. from the author: the pirate attack had been a complete surprise: a sure proof that the unscrupulous hook had conducted it improperly, for to surprise redskins fairly is beyond the wit of the white man.
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spring cleaning cleveland styles includes shoveling six inches of snow from your drive and walks.
|idea of the day||2005.04.22|
the next time someone quotes a bible scripture to me i’m going to collect every dr. seuss book, combine them in to a single volume numbering each sentence and then i’ll have a work of fiction to quote from too.
|idea of the day||2005.04.21|
to me, the “do not use swab in ear canal” warning on q-tips is like toilet paper suggesting “do not use between the crack on your ass”
|idea of the day||2005.04.20|
if your still wearing the braces your parents bought for you – then you shouldn’t be smiling in the eyes of your own child.
|idea of the day||2005.04.19|
whether its the brilliance of the flashing lights at night or the clarity of the sunshine during the day i just can’t get bring myself to go to a traveling carnival until after the sun goes down.
|idea of the day||2005.04.18|
i have heard of a custom to bury a statuette of a saint in your front yard to bring about fortune in selling a home – how much more fortune do you think would be mine if i could get the catholics to lend me their dead pope?
|idea of the day||2005.04.15|
in america (or at least the only america a southerner recognizes) the tax man is called a revenuer and is the only person less trusted and more despised than a yankee.
|idea of the day||2005.04.14|
you could definitely make a case favoring the pleasantries of southern hospitality but be careful because that hospitality does not extend itself to a pedestrian in a crosswalk.