I know that I am so late to the party here, but has everyone seen this Mythbusters show? I just watched it again for the first time a few weeks ago, and that is some good stuff right there! Holy crap!! They took some old Civil War rifles and test fired them at each other, hoping to prove or disprove the myth of two bullets hitting in mid-air and fusing. I won't spoil the ending, but it rocked! I need to get a job like that! I could disprove myths!!

The ski area in the town I grew up in made the list of Top Ski Areas in Maine, based on a CNN.com article. I assume it was more than just one guy who decided this. Way to go, Rumford! Makes me wish I'd learned to ski when I was a wee lad. Not that I was particularly wee as a lad...though I was.

The song of the day! Gosh, it's been a while! I'll tell you all what! The other week, I was at a wedding of one of my wife's friends (did I already say this? I don't remember, and I can't go back and check...oh, wait, yeah I can!)

OK, I checked, and there was nothing there about it. I should put in a picture from the wedding! Let me look to see if I have any non-embarrassing ones. But later.

Anyways, I was at the wedding, and the bride and groom are great people. Truly awesome! Not all my wife's friends are awesome, but that's an argument for another day. Anyhow, the bride (who, I must note is by no means the typical rap fan...think of Michael Bolton from Office Space, only a woman) loves the rap music! Out of nowhere, in the middle of the reception, what comes out of the speakers? Why it's "YEAH!" by Usher, and Ludacris, and Lil' Jon! You've probably never seen a whiter group than us, all up on the floor, screaming like...drunk white people, which we really were. Not so surprising, now that I think on it. Anyhow, that's the song of the day until the next time I update this blog. Which could be soon or a long ways away. I should change the title from "Miracle ASSassin" to "It's A Miracle You Updated, You ASS".

My outfit's ridiculous, in the club lookin' so conspicuous. heh.

Three Replies to 4-XII-2006, or The One About Mythbusters

Lori Lancaster | December 4, 2006
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Aaron Shurtleff | December 8, 2006
I've heard about that one! Missed it, but I have to keep an eye out for it! :)

Amy Austin | December 31, 2006
Wow, Aaron -- you are so late to that party that I think you're at the Happy New Year 2004 celebration!!! (That's okay, though... I've been known to rock many an over party, too, man. YEAH!!! ;-D)


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