Genius! Maybe this is how I should start marketing our rental properties.
I'm usually a pretty good judge of success when it comes to TV programming. But last year, I made one giant mistake - I didn't watch ABC's Revenge. So this week because of the network's marathon, I finally had a chance to catch-up. Sure, I missed over 15 episodes, but I'm happy to be prepped and ready for season two. Revenge is a great, over-the-top drama loaded with handsome men with good hair.
Tim Tebow has become the David Beckham of Football. Because it appears he's more known now for his looks than talent. Why fight fate?
For PTT fans overseas, and unable to watch the political shenanigans unfold in America, check out Jon Stewart's take on Mitt Romney's latest gaffe. Stewart hits the mark with his assessment. Unfortunately, I don't see Mittens disappearing anytime soon - making the November election a nail biter.
I laugh every time this Geico commercial shows on TV. I don't know if it's Eddie Money's singing or odd body moves. In any case, I LOL - literally.
U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen get their 15 minutes (or is it seconds) of fame with their take on PSY's "Gangnam Style." Is it just me, or is there something very erotic about their dancing in uniform, on top of each other, or even cannons?
I'm in love with this song - and now the video to support "Let's Have a Kiki." An unexpected treat from Scissor Sisters. Now if we could just get all the gays to stop using the term.
Have you heard of Rickrolling? Apparently it's a bait-and-switch practice in which a video redirects the viewer to Rick Astley's 1987 hit single, "Never Gonna Give You Up." I can understand the fascination with the song. After all, the Stock Aiken Waterman produced number is classic 1980s hit that deserves repeated listens.
Because of the holiday weekend, we decided to venture out for a Sunday Funday. And finally, because I dragged my old school digital camera around, I got a few good pics with friends whose past attempts have been nothing short of horrible due to the iPhone's terrible camera. I especially love the "Olan Mills" shot with Nate posting high atop his stool and the rest of us congregating around for prosperity.