I saw the most convincing possum this morning. He was lying in the road with his guts hanging out. That’s what I call playing possum. Hopefully, he will be feeling up to the awards ceremony later this month.
You may not know this about me, but I often have ideas about things that I could use to make my life easier. Once those ideas are in my head, I will think on them for a day or two and see if they are worthy of my “Big Book Of Inventions That I Will… Continue reading Invention Fail
On this week’s episode of The Final Score we delve into gaming news, what we are playing, old school gaming and feedback from you. The Final Score podcast is recorded live every Friday night at 3pm(MST)/6PM(EST). Be sure to join us as we broadcast live video and audio. Join in the discussion in the FS… Continue reading The Final Score: Episode 3
This week, the Film Sack crew reviews the 70’s “trucker type” hit movie Convoy. This trail blazing film, directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Kris Kristofferson, Ernest Borgnine, Ali MacGraw and my personal favorite Burt Young, delivers on the trucker goods and makes it easy to see why the years following it’s release spawned more cops v. road… Continue reading Film Sack: Convoy
Living in the southern part of the United States, specifically South Carolina, I am in daily contact with people who passionately declare that their truck manufacturer is better than the competitor’s truck. People will expend great thought and varying degrees of creative effort into how they can insult their opposition. I’ve certainly seen my fair share… Continue reading OS Love/Hate
This morning I was driving. Actually, I was sitting at a green light waiting for my turn to take a left against oncoming traffic. I pulled into the intersection and waited for the light to change. This particular intersection has no green turn arrow and during this time of the morning there is a constant… Continue reading Driving, horning and giving the finger