Thursday, May 28, 2009

Publishing TIFF

So my friend TIFF, who fully expects to be published on my blog, by the way, sent me this link today. Obviously she knows me pretty well because I LOVE this link! I couldn't agree with this guy more. Everything he writes here is EXACTLY how I feel about these various "fashion" fuck ups! So if you're offended....tough titty said the kitty when the milk ran dry.

And if you're an adult who wears crocs....go slam your head in a door RIGHT NOW!


Thursday, May 21, 2009

Too EFFIN Funny!!

These 2 videos are HILARIOUS!! For all you douchebags out there, these are for you!


Sunday, May 10, 2009

Zach Bonner = AWESOME!!

I don't often copy world news into my blog and share it, but this HAD to be shared. It's a story about an 11 year old boy who is, in my eyes, a hero!

Florida boy, 11, walking to D.C. for homeless kids

TAMPA, Fla. – At age 11, Zach Bonner has already walked farther and done more for charity than many grown-ups.

Now he's about to make good on his vow to walk more than 1,200 miles from Tampa to Washington to bring attention to the plight of homeless kids in the United States.

The boy with the spiky red hair came up with the idea in 2007, then hiked nearly 300 miles from his home near Tampa to the state capital, Tallahassee. Last year, he walked another 270 miles or so from Tallahassee to Atlanta.

On Monday he'll set out for the final and most demanding leg of the journey, well over 600 miles from Atlanta to Washington. He figures it'll take about two months.

Zach expects to cover around 11 miles a day. Along the way, he'll collect donations and letters from people urging President Barack Obama to take more action to alleviate homelessness among children. He's contacted the White House about meeting with Obama, but has yet to hear back.

"I just decided I wanted to do something big," the soft-spoken fifth-grader said earlier this week.

Zach became a local celebrity of sorts at age 7 when he pulled his red wagon around his neighborhood collecting bottled water and food for victims of Hurricane Charley, which hit Florida in August 2004. He ended up sending 27 pickup truck loads of stuff.

Once he started helping people, especially kids, he couldn't stop. He put together and distributed about 1,200 backpacks full of toiletries, food and other necessities for homeless kids. Now he even has his own registered nonprofit charity, the Little Red Wagon Foundation Inc.

"My plan is to help as many kids as I can, have fun and keep it simple," he says on the Web site,

President George W. Bush found out about Zach's work and gave him a Presidential Call to Service Award during a Tampa visit in 2006. Standing beside Air Force One, Bush shook the boy's hand and told him how proud he was.

Zach said he was inspired by a TV program about a peace activist named Mildred Norman, known as "The Peace Pilgrim," who walked back and forth across the country for 28 years. That's when the idea for the "My House to the White House" walk came to him.

"He told everybody before I had a chance to say no," said his mom, Laurie. "It's just him. It's who he is."

His long walk during summer vacation isn't expected to interfere with school.

A Tampa RV dealership is donating use of a motor home that Zach will sleep in and his mom will drive. His 21-year-old sister, Kelley, will be in a red Volkswagen Beetle decorated with the logo of his foundation. He'll try to get campground space and meals donated along the way. The trip is budgeted at $6,000.

The nonprofit Philanthropy Project has a film crew following Zach, too, and plans to make a movie about his life. British rock legend Elton John counts himself among Zach's fans and has pledged $25,000 to the boy's charity if he finishes the trek.

Staying away from the interstate highways, Zach's sojourn will take him through Greenville, S.C., Raleigh, N.C., and Richmond, Va. His progress will be charted on a Web site,

Once he gets to Washington around July 9, Zach will participate in activities at the Sasha Bruce House, an emergency shelter for homeless youth that Obama visited for a day of service before his inauguration in January. Some of the money Zach is raising will benefit the shelter.

"I'm excited," he said. "A little nervous, but pretty much excited."

By MITCH STACY, Associated Press Writer Mitch Stacy, Associated Press Writer – Fri May 8, 12:19 pm ET

Friday, May 1, 2009


So my friend Tiff always send me some good shit in email, she's one of those people I can always count on for some quality vulgarity and otherwise offensive material. I totally cherish her mail.

So today I get an email from Tiff and she attached a video. Now when I opened the email Tiff wrote...

"ok, you know its bad when my friends know what youre like.... read below..."

So I scrolled down and her friend Marla sent her the video first and Marla wrote to Tiff...

"fipp, this reminds me of something your friend randy would do..."

So I'm like what the HELL?!?! And I'm chuckling because (A) It's cool that someone I have never met or spoken to had a moment of Randy in her head and (B) Because I absolutely know that whatever it is, It's totally gonna kick ass! So I opened the video and this is what played.......

Now I have to admit, not only have I already played that commercial in my head every time some new shit comes out that I have to go buy, but also every time I have to connect that new shit and learn how to use it...Only to not need it at all and barely use it. Not only that, but it's EXACTLY how I would do a commercial, If I had the power LOL...WORD FOR WORD!!!! So Marla was right LOL. Big up's to my friend Tiff and my new friend, Marla...Good lookin Out!!