Thursday, October 25, 2007

Pikachu! (bless you!)

I don't even want to know what these kids are "getting in to"! I'm sure Freud would have a field day with this scene...

(click on the image to get a "better" view)

(thanks for the picture JTB)

Friday, October 19, 2007

I rode her a$$ for 5 laps until she tired out and changed strokes

I was having a nice leisure swim at the pool this morning till you dived into my lane and decided I was swimming too slow for you and passed me up. Immediately I went into competitive mode and rode your a$$ for about 5 laps. You tired out and let me pass you and switched to the breast stroke. Thanks for the challenge. Sorry about being a prick riding your a$$ like I did...

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Dancing dogs

Suddenly I'm in the mood for hot dogs...

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Can eating crap improve our health?

A follow up on my previous post from a article arguing why toilets have led to the demise of our health.

"The triumph of Western civilization is, first and foremost, a triumph of pipes and valves and the fact that water runs downhill. Aqueducts bring fresh water in, cobblestoned underground tunnels move used water out, and, presto, our world is clean. But here is the problem: We have become victims of our own success. Ever wonder why your dog can gobble, lick, and gnaw all he wants along the glorious buffet of a city street and (almost) never get sick? Your dog is used to eating shit."

Don't worry, the rest of the article doesn't poo-poo the advent of toilets.

More toilets in the news.... introducing the world's smallest "toilet"!

(two days of being sick and all I can think about is toilets... I wish I could flush my cold away already!)

Ok, last video clip. A helpful video clip on potty training a little one.

Oh crap!

Too bad I missed this event:

"The cycle club of the Kyonggi University promoted a national toilet tour. The club visited 16 provinces and cities for 29 days. The tour was aimed at promoting the Inaugural General Assembly of the World Toilet Association (WTAA), spread clean and comfortable toilet culture, and research on the actual conditions of the toilets in Korea. The event was hosted by Kyonggi University and supported by the Organizing Committee for the WTAA, and the Citizen’s Coalition for Restroom Culture."

Why aren't there more organizations out there like the WTA? WTA is "dedicated to better health, sanitation, and life" and recently built a toilet-shaped house in South Korea named "Haewoojae, which signifies in Korean "a place of sanctuary where one can solve one's worries".

This video clip is hilarious!