I'm a happy Toyota customer and were picking up an new Toyota Highland Hybrid in a week. I'm disappointed in their lobbying efforts to fight higher MPGs over the next few years. Use this form to let Toyota know you are disappointed too.
It's over Johnny, over. No more t-shirts with blazers. Next.
I never switched to calling the old Lucky's stores Albertson's so I am a fan of this development. Very glad they didn't go all the way back to renaming them Alpha-Beta.
Case and I aren't engineers but we play them in the Wall Street Journal.
Mr. Rogers is one of the few programs I'm happy to see my children watch. Even Sesame Street has gone downhill and overly commercial but good old Fred is still keeping it real posthumously.
Labels: culture, tv
The Edwards campaign is trying to take the veto reversal to the streets. Link it up!
In other news, Microsoft pointed out that the little girl on the corner selling lemonade is not adhering to home owners association rules about signage on lawns.
Hell yes! I have been privately lobbying a few major labels about this for a few years and they act like I have two heads. I would love to think this is possible.
Featuring some familiar YouTubers.
My friend at Hitachi sent this over. I think we can all learn something from Mr. T [via Mike Brandt]
For the 24 fans in the house.
Labels: 24, fox, video
I would have made this a Blog of Note but it's not the most family friendly blog.
Scroll down to the video. Yowza!
The 16-year old star is taking this method acting thing a little far.
I've been joking about needing wireless power for years, but it usually conjures up images of a huge Tesla coil aimed at a laptop.