Thursday, January 11, 2007

Pepsi Super Bowl Half Time Promotion

What would you do with 100 blinged out cans of pepsi? [And life time tickets to the super bowl ain't half bad either.] check out:

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

FINALLY! The Apple iPhone is here!

If you're an Apple nerd like me, you'll be/already are swooning over the news about the release of the iPhone [set for June 2007 via Cingular Wireless].

A few things that popped out at me: it's an ipod, phone, camera, internet, e-mail, Visual Voice Messaging [what?], and best of all Touch Screen Compatible. No stylus, no buttons. [Well one button that brings you home.]

So simple, sleek, small, smashing, any other S-adjectives to add to the bunch? Unfortunately, it's only available through cingular and still has a pretty steep price of $499 with a 2 year contract [ouch!]. But so worth it. Almost a good enough reason to switch. Almost.

For more information check out: engadget or

Friday, January 05, 2007

Too perfect.

Props to Greg's mom for getting this for him for christmas. As he says, "My mother can barely turn on a computer, yet somehow found this on the internet." Well done Mrs. Suber!

Thursday, January 04, 2007

If you see something, Eat something!

This is from a local New York blog [Gawker] in response to girls not eating passing out on the subway. I guess I shouldn't be one to talk [since I have passed out on the subway. . but I was sick. . .so there!] Anyways, it's pretty funny.

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Utilikilt: We Sell Freedom ?!?!

And I'm back. . .a little bit tanner, a little bit more relaxed, and a little bit disturbed.

I was in CVS yesterday and a seemingly normal guy [surfer looking, blond, tan, probably in his early 20s] was wearing a skirt! well a kilt. At first I just thought they were boarder shorts and then I looked closer. This corduroy 'kilt' had cargo pockets, went just below his knees and had a couple of ill-placed pleats. PLEATS! And then I noticed the brand name 'utilikilt.' I decided I need to research this further.

Turns out they are a UK company with a mission of "...pioneering a comfortable alternative to trousers by producing "Men's Unbifurcated Garments" (MUG's). " I'm pretty sure they pulled that Un-word out of their ass. To get the full story go here.

To wet your appetite, here's a pic: Does anyone else have a problem with this? I'll admit they did the best they could 'manning' up a skirt, but I'm not exactly seeing the attraction to men wearing a skirt. I mean I guess when it's mildly warm out, but if it's too hot your legs just rub together and you have to shave [err i guess this one doesn't apply to men. . ]