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Hey where is an article based on my carefully reported Energy costs?
If this email is going to be posted to your site, where it will remain forever I might as well leave something for posterity.
I love you Jocie!
Your idea for Reader Feedback Week is awesome. Come to think of
it, your whole damn site is awesome. I can only hope that one day my website (www.baldwithglasses.org)
may be half as cool as a single punctuation mark on any one of your marvelously
crafted web pages.
Rob, I'm wondering if you could help me and my fellow comrades out with a little problem. See, we've decide our next big campaign should be "Send Bush to the Moon!" we're going to push at our highschool. We're thinking if Bush says hes so hot then maybe he deserves to go to the moon so he can realize that there isnt enough money to bring him back. This is another one of our anti-Bush statements. So I've devised some possible logos for tee-shirts and stuff. It would be great if you could pick the one that most exemplifies our purpose in your opinion. (aka your favorite). Then if you're cool with it spread the word! I'll send you a tee-shirt! Send Bush to the Moon! we need some west coast representation.
So thats the gig,
Kel and the rest
hi. i came across your site and i thought it was completely hilarious.
i just wanted to know, do you still do those weird experiments? because whenever
it says the date you've updated, i've only seen up to year 2000. i really hope
you still do the cocky experiments...
Tonight I had a taco and some rice from a Mexican place in Tucson. I am sending you a picture of my 2003 Winter Championship team from the Albuquerque hockey league. Our team name was Dont Panic. Its from some book. Im on the top row, far right with the black tape on my left wrist.
Hi Rob. Try this salsa recipe:
3 medium sized ripe tomatoes (cut the core* out)
4-6 tomatillos (remove husks and discreetly dispose of them; cut the core* out)
1/4 C lime juice
1 or 2 chipotle peppers1 bunch of cilantro, chopped
salt to taste
1. Roast the tomatillos and tomatoes at 500 degrees for about 15-20 minutes. Let cool, then pull the skins off the tomatoes and discard them.
2. Cut the stems off the chipotles and slice the side open to remove the seeds. (They're very hot.)
3. In a blender, frappe the lime juice and chipotles. (small bits == good)
4. Add the tomatillos and half of the cilantro. Mix another 15-20 seconds.
5. Add the tomatoes and whir for 5-10 seconds (just enough to chop).
6. Stir in the remaining cilantro and salt to taste.
* or whatever you call the part of the tomato where the vine used to be attached.
Tomatillo husks are too small to wrap tamales - throw them away.
Chipotles are smoked jalapeno peppers and can be found in the "ethnic" section of your grocery store. Use the dried ones instead of the canned variety in adobo sauce.
I use the lime juice in the green plastic containers, but 2-3 real limes would work in a pinch.
Hey all, thought you might enjoy this.
Rob, I won an auction for one of the slats from your Jenga costume. I left appropriate positive feedback from you, but have not yet received feedback from you. I know you're a busy guy (and I love the site, don't change a thing!), so whenever you get the chance is fine.
my ebay username is speedysan, please leave feedback asap! :D
(PLEASE don't include this email as one of your 'reader week' emails, unless you think it's appropriate, in which case, it's okay!)
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hope you're not getting tired of me emailing you, but this email is
specifically FOR Reader week......
I just wanted you to know you are my new hero (replacing Randal Graves, from "Clerks") and I hope my kids grow up to be just like you.....
keep up the noble work, I forsee a Nobel Prize (or at the very least an MTV show) in your future!
Either the "Tattoo removal ... 4" link on this page is broken, or I have stumbled on to the prototype for cockeyed.com's conversion to the widely anticipated HML web standard, with which you will shortly be offering well formed hamburger markup.
Loved your article.
It's a very interesting thing - I had gotten a "work form home" link on Yahoo's Hot Jobs site, and followed it to the Global Online site. I went through the entire spiel and got no real information. When I came to the end and saw the $38 dollar decision kit, I figured it was a scam. So I went to Google, typed in Global Online and it brought up your article.
I read your article, all the way to the summary page and even checkedthe medical link regarding Ephedra.
Now for the funny part... I've been a distributor for about 4 years now. I am one of their non-success stories. Yeah, I lost weight in the first year (VERY slowly), but then I got stuck and couldn't budge past a certain weight. Selling was a horror, because not only was the market saturated with other distributors, there are also Symmetry and GNLD distributors to contend with. My "supervisor" is a semi-success story in that she not only lost weight, but she is cured of alchohol addition and diabetes (wow). But she too struggles to get the bucks coming in. I haven't given up my day job, and given the history of this distributorship with me, I don't plan to. The products are also expensive and being a user myself, no-one had to tell me the formula had changed. The snacks changed flavour and the green didn't work for me any more no matter how much I took. It only kept me awake at night. Mind you, some of their stuff actually DOES work, but it's not the weight loss stuff, which is what I need with my sedentary life at a computer ten hours a day.
Anyway, great article. I hate their marketing strategy, but I think half their stuff DO work.
Have a great day.
Just noticed that your link to the Sharpie experiment, the link shown on the bottom of the salsa page, is failing because it points to http://www.cockeyed.com/inside/sharpie/sharpie.html
Just thought you should know!
A fan from Lexington KY,
Damn it, no they're not. My Dominicks card (which I got
before the merger, so maybe they're different now?) is in the format 4444
4444 4444 4444. I guess they need more information in order to better Big
Brother you in Chicago :)
I know Albertson's cards work at local Jewel-Osco stores, but I don't think that helps too much.
Looks like I can't join the clone army after all. And I was so close!
are you all? I hope that each and every one of you are having an incredible
would like to invite you to an incredible life changing event on Sunday. As
most of you know I am involved with the elite group, which is a step by step
training and mail order system that ties into a 200 billion dollars
industry. When I first got started I was skeptical and scared. It was an
event like this that really gave me the confidence and believability in the
business. I saw a Mexican who was an ex-pot washer who made and in myself
and it will do the same for you; all you have to do is show up.
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