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2006-05-02 - 8:44 a.m.
First off, a big thanks to Brin, aka Bindyree, for changing the look of this blog. I know nothing of this HTML language, and she willingly sacrificed her time to make it look this good.
I know what you're thinking - if I don't know HTML, how did I get the link above? Simple: cut-and-paste. I don't know what the commands do, but I can fake it.
This morning I had SpongeBob on. Let's face it, where I am there's not a whole lot on TV at 8 in the morning. They had an advert for a new episode that featured singing and dancing seafood.
Really. Singing and dancing lobsters and crabs, with their little bitty mouth-parts moving, singing and rhyming the praises of the new episodes of Mr Squarepants.
The clams were funny, but the lobsters and crabs were creepy.
One of the guitar players in my band (well, it's not MY band, I'm the drummer...but it's less cumbersome than "the band I play in") is seriously religious and he has kids. He's always looking for clean entertainment for television watching.
I loaned him my copy of "Wallace & Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit". The next thing I'll loan him is my DVD set of The Muppet Show.
Parents: These are so clean and so funny, you'll want to watch them again and again. Especially the Muppets. I'm constantly finding funny little bits every time I watch.
That's all for now. There will be more to come, but it'll have to wait for another day.
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