Comment #3866 by: Mitch at about 10:30 on April 5, 2013
Only have 2.5 hours and want to watch ALL the Star Wars movies?

Behold!


Comment #3865 by: Adam at about 16:33 on April 4, 2013
I haven't seen that one, but I've seen other commercials where he's hawking for injury lawyers.


Comment #3864 by: Mitch at about 11:59 on April 1, 2013
Anybody seen the William Shatner commercial representing Hubey and Abraham law offices? "Right here in Davenport."

Can't find an online rendition but I hope to dazzle you folks soon.


Comment #3863 by: Mitch at about 01:59 on March 30, 2013
"There she is."

This is great.


Comment #3862 by: Adam at about 01:26 on March 29, 2013
Check this out, way before both our times:


Comment #3861 by: Mitch at about 10:06 on March 28, 2013
The morning crew at WQAD is worth working up for. When I worked there in 2000, the show was from 6am-7am, and when I left it was 5:30-7. Now it's 4:30-7!! Too much. Anyway, here is a video of a robo-cam doing a very-fast zoom on good ol' Jim Mertens. Good sport.


Comment #3860 by: Adam at about 10:05 on March 26, 2013


Comment #3859 by: Mitch at about 18:19 on March 24, 2013
Been thinking about seeing the Croods? Maybe this review will help!



Comment #3858 by: Mitch at about 10:29 on March 21, 2013
This is a must watch. It's a Beach House video directed by Eric of comedy troupe Timmon Eric.

This is more evidence of Eric's odd and open minded behavior(s) when it comes to what sexy is.


Comment #3857 by: Mitch at about 09:53 on March 18, 2013
Informational stuff!


Comment #3856 by: Mitch at about 09:56 on March 14, 2013
Hey, guys! Another refreshing take on the latest releases that film has to offer. Once again this team keeps it fresh and truthful for their audience.



Comment #3855 by: Mitch at about 09:19 on March 14, 2013
I'm quoting this at least once a week. "Bizzy, bizzy, bizzy!"


Comment #3854 by: Adam at about 14:52 on March 12, 2013
I love the closing-credits-theme to He-Man. So catchy.



Comment #3853 by: Mitch at about 12:39 on March 12, 2013
Top choice award:




Comment #3852 by: Oops at about 11:50 on March 12, 2013
Mattel


Comment #3851 by: Mitch at about 11:50 on March 12, 2013
"From Matel!"


Comment #3850 by: Mitch at about 14:19 on March 10, 2013
Hijack your own site. This one is now mine.


Comment #3849 by: Mitch at about 14:18 on March 10, 2013
Brush your teeth you son of a bitch!


Comment #3848 by: Mitch at about 20:41 on March 7, 2013
You a Star Wars nerd? I kinda am.


Comment #3847 by: Mitch at about 23:57 on March 6, 2013
Been getting tons of e-mail from you folks about changing a kitty box. I wrote, directed, casted, and edited this instructional video for you to enjoy. Enjoy.


Comment #3846 by: Mitch at about 22:46 on March 6, 2013
No!


No!


Comment #3845 by: Adam at about 15:36 on March 6, 2013
PS: I'm happy to report that Mountain Dew Kick Start is good! And interestingly, for 16 oz can, there's only 80 calories (instead of 130 for an average 12 oz can o soda.)


Comment #3844 by: Adam at about 23:28 on March 5, 2013
Last time I went to Whitey's, I got so excited. You know by what? They had a sign up tha said, "We now have small shakes and malts!" Every time, I'd go in and ask for a small chocolate - Butterfinger Shake... And every time, they'd say, "We don't have small, just medium and large." I always thought it was silly that if you have two sizes, one isn't "small" if the other offered size is "large." /rant


Comment #3843 by: Mitch at about 12:52 on March 5, 2013
Hello again, friends. Lately some of you have been asking me how to change a lightbulb, especially that spring is just around the corner. Here is a very nice video tutorial:


Comment #3842 by: Mitch at about 11:18 on March 4, 2013
"15 degrees and snowing outside. Better go to Whitey's."


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Comment #3841 by: Adam at about 22:09 on March 3, 2013
So what was that image that made you som angry?


Comment #3840 by: Mitch at about 12:29 on March 3, 2013
I've noticed that quite a few of you have been displaying poor wine serving techniques. This should help you at the next get together.



Comment #3839 by: Mitchell at about 00:15 on March 1, 2013
You're all so old, you don't speak up anymore.


Comment #3838 by: Oops at about 09:24 on February 28, 2013
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Comment #3837 by: Mitch at about 09:23 on February 28, 2013
This image has been floating around FB lately and am very angry about it!

15 degrees?
Snow?

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Comment #3836 by: Mitch at about 10:10 on February 27, 2013
Oops.

Kitties!


Comment #3833 by: Mitch at about 14:53 on February 21, 2013

A refreshing, new duo talkin' about cinema.



Comment #3832 by: Mitch at about 19:08 on February 18, 2013
Didn't know you were the energy drink type. Or the MD type for that matter.


Comment #3831 by: Adam at about 15:00 on February 18, 2013
Well, I'll try it when it arrives later this month.


Comment #3830 by: Mitch at about 08:19 on February 15, 2013
You can't be serious, right?


Comment #3829 by: Adam at about 16:47 on February 11, 2013
Yes!



Comment #3828 by: Big Explosion at about 09:32 on January 23, 2013
I am not a joke! I am to be taken seriously! Stop it!


Comment #3827 by: Mitchell at about 09:36 on January 16, 2013
Insure this !!!!! (big explosion)


Comment #3826 by: Wonder what FICA, HI, and OASDI mean? at about 16:49 on January 4, 2013
OASDI ~ Old age survivors and disability insurance. In 1939, the Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Income program was created, and the funding mechanism for the social security program was officially established in the Internal Revenue Code as the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA). The IRS is responsible for the collection of this tax.
HI ~ Medicare Hospital insurance. Legal and political changes resulted in mandatory Medicare coverage, effective July 2,1991, for state and local government employees hired (or rehired) after March 31, 1986.
Mandatory social security and Medicare coverage became effective for state and local government employees who are not members of a public retirement system and who are not covered under a Section 218 Agreement.

Source(s):

http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p963.pdf
http://nextaxpro.spaces.live.com/


Comment #3825 by: Adam at about 22:13 on December 24, 2012
Merry Christmas


Comment #3824 by: Adam at about 23:55 on October 24, 2012
Remember back in the day we used to call cash "cabbage?" There's a business that picked up on that. https://www.kabbage.com/


Comment #3823 by: Adam at about 11:00 on August 31, 2012
Hi Bob! There are "dry storage" places, but they will end up costing you quite a bit. I assume your parents still have their place? Could they store it for you? They key to a successful storage is some preparation. Change of oil, good gas, etc. And if you could get your parents to start it once a month or so, that will keep things lubricated. If you were to put it in a barn, youd want to sprinkle moth-balls around it to keep the rodents away. A car is a tasty place to make a winter nest!


Comment #3822 by: bo8b at about 21:42 on August 29, 2012
That sounds like a lot of fun, Adam. Hey, maybe you would know -- what is the best way to store a vehicle you do not plan on driving for a while? Are there storage places where you can pay to store a fun little convertible roadster for, say, a few years until your kids are out of the house, then get it out of storage and have fun with it again? Hypothetically speaking, of course.


Comment #3821 by: Adam at about 00:02 on August 29, 2012
I bought another project car, an 80 LeBaron LS. I worked up to document the journey from start to finish: http://www.functionbox.org/80LeBaron/. The first pictures are from the seller. I have purchased the car, but I have not yet figured out exactly how to manage a restoration from across the country. I've already begun to collect parts (wheels, trim, etc), and interviewing restoration shops. Stay tuned!


Comment #3820 by: Adam at about 15:36 on July 19, 2012
I found this program that you can add to your webpage, it's called OpenTape. It allows you to create "Mix Tapes" on your own website. It's pretty cool because from the admin site, you can upload music -- and re-arrange it into the play-order of your choosing. I created a test-page by uploading mp3's I made from the "Chrysler Sound of Stereo" 8-track. It's here


Comment #3819 by: Adam at about 01:07 on July 18, 2012
Opened back up, see if the spam stops. If not, I'll add a challenge.


Comment #3818 by: Adam at about 00:03 on September 20, 2011
Open Forum temporarily shut down.


Comment #3817 by: gB at about 07:50 on August 24, 2011
Welcome to Chap-Hop, Bob. It's one of the more interesting offshoots of the Nerdcore genre - the inevitable steampunk variation.
I've got albums by both Mr. B the Gentleman Rhymer and Prof Elemental but I'd not seen any videos. Awesome!


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