Archive for January, 2007

Almost Like Chicklets For Your Ears

Wednesday, January 31st, 2007


Here’s another sweet idea for your Valentine honey. The Ipod Shuffle now in candy coated colors!

Apple gets our hearts pumping with the release yesterday of their popular Ipod shuffle in new candy colors – Pink, Green, Blue, and my fav – Orange. Sweeeeeeeeeeeeet!

Pretty, tiny, and priced at $79, this would be a great gift idea for the music lover whom you’re trying to get into their pants to impress. And if your single its a great new toy for yourself! 

I’ve already picked up the Orange one for myself! :)  Sweeeeeeeeeeeeet!

Link:  Ipod Shuffle

(Jan.31) We're celebrating. . . Inspire Your Heart With The Arts Day

Wednesday, January 31st, 2007

01312007ml.jpgInspire Your Heart With The Arts Day
While food sustains the body, its Art that inspires the heart, the mind and the soul.

Today, and everyday, surround yourself with the beauty of art. Go to a museum, see a play, sign up for dance classes, read and write poetry.

Today is a day to inspire your heart with the arts!*

*source/link: Your Heart With The Arts Day

(Jan.30) We're scared. . . It’s Dick Cheney’s Birthday!

Tuesday, January 30th, 2007


Hey Kids. It’s Dick Cheney’s Birthday!
Hide the kids, keep the dogs in the house and run for your lives. Its Darth Vader’s birthday and we’re scared!

Actually he scares us all the time. But the idea of a grizzled and drunken partyboy out there hunting somewhere is just too frightening. But so was watching him sitting there behind the President at the State of the Union speech recently. Where’s that “undisclosed location” when we need it?

Ahhh yes – (rape’m while you can) Haliburton, (lack of) Energy policy, (what) Global Warming (?), (water-boarding is not) Torture, and hunting quail. Boy, what a legacy. And to celebrate his birthday Wal-Mart is having a special on shotguns (NOT!).

So join us as we remember our Vice President by shooting some friends over at Dick Cheney’s Texas Takedown!

photo credit: AP/Eric Gay

Give (Red) For Valentine’s Day

Monday, January 29th, 2007


Go (RED), Give (RED), Be (RED)

Here’s another Valentine’s Day idea for your musical sweetheart and you can help others at the same time.

Go (RED) to
Give (RED) one of the (RED) Ipod nanos with free engraving to your significant other.
Be (RED) and help fight AIDS/HIV with Apple’s donation to (PRODUCT) RED.

Nanos available in 4GB and 8 GB with free custom engraving.

link: Apple / (RED) Nanos

(Jan.29) We're celebrating. . . Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day

Monday, January 29th, 2007

Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day
Celebrating the joy that is Bubble Wrap, our favorite shipping material. So take some time today to learn the history and etiquette of bubble wrap “popping.”

And courtesy of Virtual Bubblewrap some excellent Bubble Wrap fun to help with your holiday celebration. On you mark. Get set. Pop!

Virtual Bubblewrap ©

link: Bubble Wrap

(Jan.28) We're celebrating. . . Catholic Schools Week

Sunday, January 28th, 2007

Catholic Schools Week
Ahhh yes. Catholic  school girl uniforms. Every school boys fantasy. (and probably way too many oldschoolers!)

Oh Excuse me! This is a week to explore the values of Catholic School education. Look for open houses and other functions at your local Catholic School.


Oops!…I did it again
I played with your heart, got lost in the game
Oh baby, baby
Oops!…You think I’m in love
That I’m sent from above
I’m not that innocent

(Jan.28) We're observing. . . Anniversaries of US Space Catastrophes

Sunday, January 28th, 2007


Anniversaries of US Space Catastrophes
Its a somber time at NASA this week with the anniversaries of the Apollo 1, Challenger, and Columbia catastrophes.

On January 27, 1967 a fire broke out in the capsule of the Apollo 1 space capsule while astronauts were undergoing flight simulations. The fire killed the 3 astronauts aboard – Command Pilot Virgil I. Grissom, Senior Pilot Ed White, and Pilot Roger B. Chaffee.


On January 28, 1986 the space shuttle Challenger exploded during launch killing all seven crew members – Dick Scobee (Cmdr), Michael J. Smith, Judith Resnik, Ellison Onizuka, Ronald Erwin McNair, Gregory Jarvis, and the first “teacher in space” Christa McAuliffe.

On February 1, 2003, the space shuttle Columbia disintegrated during re-entry over Texas. All seven crew members aboard perished – Rick Husband (commander), Willie McCool (pilot), Michael P. Anderson, Laurel B. Clark, David M. Brown, the first Israeli astronaut, Ilan Ramon, and the first female astronaut of Indian birth, Kalpana Chawla.

link: NASA Remembers

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