Jan 7th 2011 4:19PM LSU had better win tonight to even out my day. This does not make me very happy. Asylum and Gizmodo get all of my blog attention.
Apr 27th 2010 10:47AM Someone warn Emily. I think I'm going to cry....
Apr 16th 2010 3:25PM Wow. She is on something. She's nutty, nutty, nutty.
Mar 22nd 2010 10:21AM Cheech always wins on Celebrity Jeopardy. I've never heard of him losing.
Jan 6th 2010 10:04AM Maybe so. The head looks really long for a porcupine, though.
Jan 6th 2010 9:37AM Err... that's a beaver.
Jan 5th 2009 2:25PM Okay. After popping over to the Chinese Engadget site, it doesn't appear crap-gadgety at all. It actually is aesthetically pleasing. But...err...is that a single button for the trackpad?! Wow, I wonder how the Windows fanboys are going to spin this one. :)
Jan 5th 2009 2:19PM I'm sure Apple would remind us, this new MSI notebook runs windows and looks like a cheap crapgadget. Why would anyone throw their money down the tubes on this? Seriously, I use both Mac OS X and Windows. There is no competition. My Macbook Pro is just better in every way. It's stable. I don't get pop-ups or spyware (though, in fairness, this can be avoided to some degree on a Windows box by minding one's behavior online). It's blazing fast. It doesn't just slow down all by itself over time, like Windows.
Fine, I need an adapter for projectors. Really, it's not a big deal in the least.
Dec 22nd 2008 10:08PM My wife is from Bolivia. I have had firsthand experience with these taxis and driving there. I have never been in a taxi down there where the right-hand steering wheel wasn't ripped out and relocated to the left-hand side. They're all like that. And, I can attest to the traffic. An in-law from Brazil, who had been around the continent quite a bit, remarked on the traffic in Santa Cruz as being the worst in all of South America. I was very scared the first time I took my mother-in-law's car out into the city. The traffic is heavy, and the lines on the road mean nothing. If four cars can fit, four cars will squeeze in. The traffic circles are another nightmare, where everyone is inches from everyone else, with people walking/running in between the cars while traffic is moving. It's crazy. But, the craziest of all is in the barrios off the main roads between the "anillos" (rings). In the barrios, four-way intersections do not involve stopping. They involve honking the horn as you're coming up to the intersection, to let the other drivers know you're coming through with little to no intention of slowing down or stopping. It can be a very stressful experience. After doing it for a while, even Atlanta driving seems extremely safe and civilized (I can assure you, Atlanta driving is NOT civilized).
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