The Randomness Continues

Saturday, May 22, 2004

I guess you could say he got BUSHwhacked (muffled laughter). The President was on a bike ride when he fell. After receiving care from a physician who was with him, the President finished the rest of the ride home. White House spokesman Trent Duffy said, "He (the President) had minor abrasions and scratches on his chin, upper lip, his nose, right hand and both knees." In his weekly radio address, the President declared the new War Against Asphault. Ok, not really. I just thought I would spice it up. I mean, how is that news worthy? Do we really have to know everything that happens to the man? First he chokes on a pretzel, then he falls off a bike. The man seems to be accident prone, so do we need to hear about every single little mishap? The world doesn't stop to hear my problems, why should Bush be any different? Oh right, the whole "being President" thing. I guess that's my next goal in life: to become President and get a mosquito bite, and hear about it on the 11 O'clock news.

Wednesday, May 19, 2004


The truth finally emerges. Posted by Hello

Tuesday, May 18, 2004

What seems to have most of the country talking lately is gay marriages. Personally, I don't really care what they do. But in all of this, did anyone think about the people that are effected by these marriages? Not the government. Not heterosexual people. No, not even the creators of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. I'm talking about the smaller people. When two men decide to get married, they don't have bridesmaids. So no bridesmaid dress. No wedding gowns. No fake bouquets. No little wax statues of bride and groom. Instead, cake companies are forced to make groom and groom statues. Is this fair to them? Of course not. But does anyone think of the tux rental stores?

Friday, May 07, 2004

STIMPMITS is a palindrome!


STIMPMITS (all though he now seems to be too cool for this website) is a Palindrome! Check it out on: Search results for STIMPMITS!

(NOTE: STIMPMITS is now officially no longer involved with the site. He might be back later if he requests it, but at the moment he is no longer a co-writer.)

(FUTHER NOTE: For those who were confused as to what a palindrome is (yes, there are people who don't know what it means. But we still like them.. kind of), a palindrome is a word that is spelled the same backwards and forwards.)

Monday, May 03, 2004

(NOTE: Well, it's only two weeks before RANDOMNESS DAY 2004, Tuesday May 18. The plans at the moment are pretty basic, but that's because I don't have any money. Oh well, I don't plan on going anywhere, so next year will be better)

I was looking at a calendar earlier today, and I've decided the month of August sucks. Why?

January: New Years Day
February: Valentine's Day
March: St. Patrick's Day
April: Easter
May: Mother's Day and Memorial Day
June: Father's Day
July: Independence Day
August: CIVIC HOLIDAY????
September: Labor Day
October: Halloween
November: Thanksgiving
December: Christmas

What in the world is CIVIC HOLIDAY?? All I know is it's Canadian. Which makes it even worse than normal crappy holidays. So, this year, I've decided not to recognize August as a month. Instead, 2.58 days will be added at the end of each month to make up for the cancelation of August.