A list from Wikipedia of holiday observances believed to be linked to the Winter Solstice. Merry DeygÄn everyone!
1. Shouldn’t you have jumped in front of that shoe?
2. Shouldn’t you have jumped in front of that second shoe?
3. Second shoe = the one thrown after being removed from foot after first shoe was thrown.
4. Let’s say people had three feet. Would you have allowed a third shoe to fly unimpeded?
5. While the shoe was in the air, were you like, “Oh, its just a shoe.”
6. Same question about the second shoe.
7. Do you think this is funny, “Throw a shoe at me once, shame on–you. Throw a shoe–you throw a shoe, you can’t throw a shoe again.”
8. Is there not “protection training” for lunatics launching objects?
9. Let’s say there isn’t training for that–but do they tell you that if someone does throw (or shoot) something to be on the alert in case they want to repeat this behavior?
10. Where were you?
BONUS QUESTION: Do you think the Iraqis want us there? (Hint: their journalists are throwing their shoes at Bush)
From Ridiculous Food Society:
Wikipedia’s giant list of common misconceptions.
Abbi Crutchfield, inventor of the remote control for remote controls asks:
If you felt like wasting money, what would you waste it on?
I just spent more money than I should have on a pen yesterday. It’s a nice pen though.
Now I have to save up so I can buy ink for it.
What would you waste money on Cynics?
(via Classic TV Showbiz)