Funny not so much for its content, as its presentation.
Check out this optical illusion on The Break of the Curveball. Even if you’re not a baseball fan, the illusion is effective. Click “reversal” to have your eyes deceive you once again.
via Terry O’Day on Facebook
Sheesh, Twitter & Facebook have been monopolizing my online attention lately.
But hey, it’s Friday, the sun is shining here on the Right Coast, let’s have some Flash Fun with Bubble Spinner.
Gets weak towards the end, but I chuckled at:
“But wait, there’s more… I’d like to get a Hash Brown!”
R.I.P. Harry the K. We’ll never forget your call of the Phillies’ last out in the 2008 World Series:
Funny name. Fun game. Civiballs.
Cut the chains to drop the colored balls into their respective containers.
Well, this was a first.
For the first time in over 20 years as a member of the digital universe (save for my foray into online dating):
I’ve been rejected as a potential “friend” online.
It was bound to happen, sure. But I didn’t expect it from someone I had actually met in real life. And had over for poker in my home.
Now, I completely understand his rationale. The person in question lives in the L.A. area and hangs in celebrity circles; He gets phone calls from Ben Stiller, and I’d seen photos of him at the house of the beautiful Jenna Fischer (born just one week after me, BTW). Also, he has close to 3,000 MySpace friends. So I imagine he wants to keep the fanbois on MySpace, and leave Facebook as a place for those he is closest with. Quite understandable.
This interesting response still came as a bit of a surprise. Which makes sense, because he is an interesting guy… which… is why I wanted to keep up with him in the first place! I throw up a little in my mouth when I think of joining MySpace, so that’s not happening. If only he were on Twitter…
Well, in any event, no hard feelings, Joe. Good luck in your travels. And say hi to Jenna for me. Big fan.
(hmm, is she on Facebook…?)