Monday is the most painful reminder of Monday. That's how I think about it.
With that being said, what's a better way of nixing those Monday morning blues than listening and watching to the intro of a great 1980s TV show. In this case "Airwolf."
For those of you who might not remember, "Airwolf" followed the adventures of Stringfellow Hawke (Stringfellow?) and Dominic Santini. From then on, it gets really, really complicated. More complicated than I remember it being. Long story short, they fly a supersonic helicopter developed by an arm of the CIA.
This video may not be funny and it isn't a hilarious meme like this one, but it is exciting and inspiring.
According to the CNN story: "Police said the BMW pulled out of a parking lot and in front of the motorcyclist. Curtis said the motorcyclist tried to avoid the car, which resulted in him laying the motorcycle down.
"After crashing, gas spilled out of the motorcycle and ignited, engulfing both the motorcycle and the front end of the car in flames, Curtis said. The motorcyclist became lodged underneath the burning vehicle."
I can't really write a cogent treatist on this goth dance party, mostly because it’s a goth dance party. The construct in itself is enough to make my head explode. Goth kids congregating together is about a razor’s edge away from being a cosplay convention. I say this because one of the partygoers, the one wearing the mask, reminded me of Kabal, from the “Mortal Kombat” games.
It's good to see that, despite the weak economy and high unemployment, there's a healthy level of sarcasm and disdain toward the job market. Below are 5 shirts you may want to add to your wardrobe if you'd like to convey misery to your boss but are too passive-aggressive for a face-to-face.
David Thorne, an Australian humorist, has single-handedly turned the Jim pulling pranks on Dwight (from “The Office,” the American version) into a real-world thing. HappyPlace.com has the ten complaints filed by Simon Dempsey against Thorne for the various infractions. Well, what he views as infractions and what we read with glee.