Would Spider-Man have any skills if he were fighting evil in the desert or on the moon?
Is Senator Wayne Allard (Colorado) really as bad of a senator as Time says in it's most recent issue?
Why do I think of Harry Potter every time I see a picture of Senator Olympia J. Snowe (Maine)? (pictured right from Time).
Why did Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes name their baby Suri? Were they thinking at all about how Suri Cruise sounded? (Not only does it sounds stupid but it sounds like Syracuse to me...Moses and Apple are much better names).
With record high heat and rolling blackouts in Fort Worth is it wrong for me to think of Enron?
Where did the Starbucks logo come from?
Why would anyone honestly want to buy underwear they could put their iPod in? (available at Freshpair.com for $22)
Does the movie "There Will Be Blood" directed by P.T. Anderson have any chance of being an Academy Award winner as Will Gray predicts on his blog?
I remember a Time article my wife told me about where Rick Warren was trying to make Rwanda a purpose driven country...how that's going?
I wonder what Coca-Cola's new coffee flavored beverage Blak taste like? I still haven't tried it.
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