Wednesday, February 13, 2008

I'm a DAD!!!

Wow - sorry for the lack of posts, but at the same time - not so much.

I hope to be posting full time again soon, but until then -

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Sam Hill 1:04

Seasame Street Music

If you're into musicians... this might your bag.
Compliments of "JohnnyBiker" who sent me this gem over the weekend.

Monday, February 4, 2008

My Lottery Ticket

ya ya -
I've got it in writing... so it must be true!

>From Desk of Robert Kenolly
Principal Attorney
Supreme Chambers

Attn: Sir/Madam.

Compliments of the day to you. I must solicit your confidentiality and assure you that I am contacting you in good faith and this proposal will be of mutual benefit. I am Robert Kenolly (Esq.), a legal Practitioner. My client late Mr. Andrew was killed with his entire family in fatal auto crash, sparing none of their lives, some years ago.

Before his death, I assisted him in the deposit of some funds with a bank for safekeeping. The funds have remained unclaimed since his death, and such unclaimed funds are appropriated and returned to the treasury as a matter of policy. Considering the lack of success in my bid to locate any of his relatives for over a year now, I hereby solicit your consent to enable me present you as the Next of Kin to my deceased client.

I am contacting you for this sole reason and strongly believe that the bank does not deserve to inherit the funds. These reasons led to my resolve to claim the funds, which was why I contacted you. With your permission, I will proceed to establish you as the next of kin/Beneficiary to my late client. As soon as this is done, you will then give instructions to the bank, to transfer the deposited funds into another account you will provide, after which we shall then share the funds upon agreed terms.

When I receive your response, I will provide you with further details.

I await your reply,

Robert Kenolly Esq.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Bad Day at the Office

Big Johnny over at Drunk Cyclist posted this bad boy - made me think of the good ol' days, working at CDW-G in Chicago.
Then again - I still hate technology as much as I use it (and sell it).

Microsoft to buy Yahoo?

Less than 2 hours ago, word came down that Microsoft execs met with Yahoo's Board - and offered them $31 per share. For those of you keeping the math - currently, Yahoo is trading at $28.5, and an offer of $31 puts the deal at about $44.6 Billion dollars.

Yahoo's profit in 2007 declined to "only" 206 million.... yea

Here's the story from AP on Yahoo


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