Archive for July, 2005

New from Chef Boyardee!

Conversation from work today:
I was joking with a co-worker who used to be the only woman on our particular team before she moved to another project and she was saying that it was good we just hired another female tester to keep the female representation on our team.
“Yeah since we lost you it’s just been way too testosterone-y over there. Hmm, that sounds like a new product from Chef Boyardee. Testosteroni!”
Another co-worker:
“Now with 25% more BEEF!”

It’s cruel…

It’s sick…
I’m addicted.


Fly little kitty
Let explosions take you far
The kitten cannon

The Darwin Awards

I always get a kick out of these.
Darwin Award Winners:

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Oh humanity
Not as evolved as we think
Intelligent life?

Mystery Meat

Mystery comment
Are you for real or just spam?
We may never know

Let’s play: Spam or Not Spam!

If you look at the comments for this entry, you will notice a comment by “Just Me”. I have no idea if this comment is just spam that got really lucky by hitting a blog where this is totally a feasible comment, or if it’s someone who actually left a real comment that’s just ambiguous enough to possibly be spam.
We all know I’m an actor, and more specifically have experience in voice acting in particular. I traced the IP and it seems to trace back to Disneyland which leads me t believe it’s spam, because while I know some people in L.A., I don’t know of anyone who works at Disneyland. I’m very puzzled. The link leads to a job at Disneyland which sounds really cool, and yet it says “apply in person” which just isn’t possible, I’m afraid. The comment says “I know you have a gret (sic) job…” which is also true, and yet is just generic enough to easily be used in mass spammings.
I could try and email the person, but…well, I’m hesitant for no particular reason. The anonymity of the person also makes me suspect, as if it were someone who even vaguely knows me, why would they simply sign “just me” and yet leave an email address?
If it is spam, it is the most interesting and intriguing piece I’ve ever received.

There’s No Place Like A Garriott Party

Saturday night we were once again part of the secret ninja group of performers who helped present one of Richard Garriott’s famous parties. Guests were told to come out a good old “barn raising” party to help out with the construction of Richard’s new house. As guests arrived they were led in groups through a tour of the construction site of Richard’s new house and shown the blue prints.

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The Tin Man, The Ten-der Man

He loves the ladies
Lubed up and ready to go
The Tin Ladies man

The Tin Man

As you’ve never seen him before.

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