Wednesday, April 20, 2005

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Sunday, April 10, 2005

The other night, we watched Cheech and Chong's Still Smokin' (1983). Originally, we rented this so that we'd know what to expect on our trip to Amsterdam (which we promise to write about soon!). However, we didn't get it in time, and so we missed out on the valuable information this film provides.

For example, Dutch people are so stupid they can't tell the difference between Cheech and Burt Reynolds. Also, you can get salads consisting entirely of pot leaves. We had no idea!

Anyway, the first 15 or 20 minutes of this movie are hilarious! Cheech and Chong are invited to a Burt Reynolds and Dolly Parton film festival in Amsterdam....I'm not lying! Right there, you know it's gonna be good. So, they show up, and all sort of wackyness ensues when Cheech is mistaken for Burt, and some people even call Chong "Mr. Dolly". Then, they go around and encounter a lot of pot and boobs. Brilliant. After that, the whole thing turns into a sort of "here's some stuff we found at the ends of a bunch of video tapes we had lying around". We both fell asleep about half way through.

Still, I'd recommend this movie to anyone who is planning a trip to Amsterdam. Even though it was made 22 years ago, the advice and information provided is timeless and will certainly make your trip more enjoyable.

Friday, April 01, 2005

We just got this weird letter from Britney Spears ... How'd she know?!

Dear False Tabloids,
As you read this letter, I bet you are asking yourself: Who? Who, me? Am I a false tabloid? Well, I don't know. But after this posting, I hope you are asking yourself a lot of questions. Your employees are a reflection of your magazine. Do you, Us Weekly, In Touch, Star and other desperate magazines want employees who are honest, or those who are liars? It seems to me that you'd prefer the latter. I'm really concerned about the people you hire to work at your companies. I'd like them to ask themselves the question, "What am I lying to myself about?" Is it that you are 50 pounds overweight? Is it that your children aren't making wise decisions? Or is it maybe that your husband or boyfriend is cheating on you? Until you face what is going on in your life, I guess you'll remain a false tabloid.

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