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A Toy Story – Natural-Born Leader

March 15, 2014
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A Toy Story – Natural-Born Leader

Our imaginary son is a good kid. Well, most of the time he is. He’s one of those natural-born leaders. Allow me to mention words which will hopefully explain my stance on this very matter:…

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Where would we be without questions?

March 14, 2014
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Where would we be without questions?

Everywhere I go, people ask me questions. Why isn’t there mouse flavored cat food? What do sheep count when they can’t sleep? If a black box flight recorder is never damaged in a plane crash,…

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Barneygate – The truth is revealed

March 13, 2014
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Barneygate – The truth is revealed

Sometimes you find out something that tears at the very fabric of society. Something that has evilly become ingrained into everyday life and you just want to shout “Told you so”. You knew it all…

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What’s that Lassie? Timmy’s fallen down the well?

March 12, 2014
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What’s that Lassie? Timmy’s fallen down the well?

I’m not shy about telling you how clever my imaginary son is. Today I thought I would show you the other side of the little brat at his worse. He’s only gone and got himself…

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Would you just look at that? There’s no offers you can refuse.

March 11, 2014
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Would you just look at that? There’s no offers you can refuse.

Lately I’ve come to realize that my fear of nuns goes a long way to explaining why I consider March of the Penguins, the greatest horror movie ever made. Speaking of movies, we put on The Godfather the…

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Pie = 3.14 and vice-versa

March 11, 2014
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Pie = 3.14 and vice-versa

I think it was Sugartastic Daddy John who said “It’s so hard to shop for women these days. The price has gone through the roof and there’s just not the same selection as there used…

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The fence – the best form of attack.

March 10, 2014
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The fence – the best form of attack.

When I’m asked for my opinion on something, I give it. Sometimes when I’m not asked for my opinion, I give it. One time, I thought someone thought about asking for my opinion and I…

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The Teachings of Bill Y and Jill Y.

March 9, 2014
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The Teachings of Bill Y and Jill Y.

Sometimes Jill Y and I have massively different ideas on how to teach our imaginary son about stuff. We decided to teach him how to play tennis. He likes looking at pictures so I thought…

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Thirsty Dave and the black magic curse or something.

March 8, 2014
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Thirsty Dave and the black magic curse or something.

Nobody knows exactly how he does it but Thirsty Dave exudes an alcoholic glow that women find irresistible rather than irritable. It seems to matter not that he speaks in tongues, unknown to the sober.…

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Massively Confusing Error Messages

March 7, 2014
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Massively Confusing Error Messages

Yesterday, I didn’t tell you about the very unusual, specific Windows error messages I’ve been getting. The messages are personal and seem to be picking on me. Without going into a long story, I obtained…

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