Thursday, June 26, 2008
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Friday, June 20, 2008
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
Same results for Lorazepam:
And of course I couldn't drive home, but they said nothing about walking home, so I did - I forget how many miles. We need shoulders bad.
Saturday, June 14, 2008
P.S. - For those in Baton Rouge too lazy to click on the link (K), he'll be at the Barnes and Nobels in CitiPlace June 18 starting at 7:00 PM.
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
OK, identify the issue here:
a) Ruston has no bomb-squad
b) Ruston police cannot search for the bomb, but they will detonate it if found
c) Wal-Mart employees are asked to look for said bomb
d) They determined after 48 minutes that there was no bomb
e) All of the above
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Saturday, June 7, 2008
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
I always will check out a couple of sites first before buying anything online - you can usually find coupons and, every once in a while, actually find what you are looking for at a really good price. It's not good to do what I do and check them every day, however - you just end up buying awhole bunch of junk. But here they are if you're interested:
- Spoofee - great deal site that has a lot of tech items but also other things as well. They also have a tab to go to coupons for different companies.
- TechBargains - kind of like Spoofee, but a little more focused on tech items.
- Fat Wallet - they have tons of postings, but it takes a little while to find stuff, unlike Spoofee or TechBargains, which is laid out a little better. The best thing about Fat Wallet is the cash back - you create an account and if you use their links, you'll get a percentage of your purchase price back (the percentage varies from store to store).
- If you use Google Desktop, create a tab called Deals - it will automatically grab a bunch of deal sites like Spoofee and TechBargains and put feed boxes for all of them - you can't get easier than that.