I have to go to the court down in Brooklyn to do some “work.”
What that means for everyone around me is that for the remainder of the day you will not be able to do anything right, I will hate you no matter what and I don’t care if you’re elderly and you have trouble walking in the rain, you’re a real nuisance for getting in my way.
What that means for all of you is . . . not much. Except that I can’t write anything until I get back and I’m less amusing when I’m cold, wet and have Brooklyn all over me.
In the meantime, check out this website. If you’re one of the four or five people who doesn’t read Mulgrew, then you missed a link he posted a few days back. I’ll repost it here for your convenience:
Has to be one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a while.
You just type in the name of a song (or artist or album) and it finds it for you. Then you can listen to it on your computer. I don’t know how “legal” it is, but it’s guaranteed to make any work day 25% better. Unless, like me, you’re in court in Brooklyn.
(Note: The primary reason for this post and all it’s unnecessary line breaks is to push Hasselhoff further down the screen. I don’t like having to treat my own blog like a porn site, where I have to shield the screen with my body every time I open it up at work.)
UPDATE: Continuing with the trend of not putting anything original here and just pointing out stuff other people have written, Bourbon Samurai had a link to this car commercial on his site:
Apparently the entire thing was filmed without the use of computer enhancement and every single little thing used in the building of the contraption is from the inside of the car. I totally bought into it until the tires rolling up the ramp thing. Seemed suspect to me. Take a look for yourselves.