I love it when people send me presents, even air gifts, virtual gifts, and little digital gifts like this one from eagle-eyed reader, John O’Brien:
Let award-winning comedy troupe Kasper Hauser transport you into the sublime universe that is SkyMaul, where Banana-ganizers and Reality-Canceling Headphones coexist with Crack Pipe Chess Sets and Llamacycles. More than [...]Continue Reading →
Electric Powered Bumper Cars, for home use.
Yes, let me just give you a moment to think about this one, or perhaps, to recompose yourself if you’re a parent (one who’s not high all the time, or overcompensating) or if you’ve ever babysat for even ten minutes in your life.
Whoo. OK, [...]Continue Reading →
“Basho”: it means “tournament” in Japanese, or “if you can’t see why these are offensive, we don’t need to be friends” in Jill.Continue Reading →
‘Nuff said: If they really expect these gold-plated Bon Jovi records to fly out of the catalogue like hotcakes, Jon Bon isn’t the only one living on a prayer. At $199 each, 5,000 units is going to be a tall order for the Bon Jovi fan. And that kid is lonely. She doesn’t need to [...]Continue Reading →
In my junk-food-consuming youth, I used to lie awake nights wondering how I was going to cook my next hot dog. Of the five methods immediately available to my family– boiling, broiling, microwave, toaster oven or barbeque– none of them would cook the dogs vertically, or with the proper degree of sporting flair. It hardly [...]Continue Reading →
As I’m sure you can already guess, I deliberated for quite some time over whether to post this winner right off the top, or hold back and use it to revive the flagging series in midseason. Luckily for both of us, eagerness prevailed, and I can share with you, right now, the technological wonderment of [...]Continue Reading →
I love flying. I know it’s not very greenhouse-gas-reducing of me, but it’s true. I don’t fly terribly often, but when I do, I like to make an event of it. I make it my personal mission not to get frustrated in line at customs, or bored waiting at the gate.
To commemorate each [...]Continue Reading →